Worked stone in Philistia has been frequently limited to highly visible elements such as column bases, pavements, and ritual features such as altars (Hitchcock and Maeir 2017). This contribution presents a study of a selected group of Iron I monumental buildings and building elements in Areas A and C at Tell eṣ-Ṣâfī/Gath.1 These remains can be potentially situated within the context of what is known about Sea Peoples’ architecture in the Mediterranean, as seen at the 12th century B.C.E. “Anaktoron” at Pantalica, Sicily, and in changes in Final Bronze Age Sardinia

All in All, It’s Just Another Stone in the Wall: From Safi to Sicily, in 12th century Monumental Architecture in the Mediterranean

Pietro Maria Militello;
2021-01-01

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Worked stone in Philistia has been frequently limited to highly visible elements such as column bases, pavements, and ritual features such as altars (Hitchcock and Maeir 2017). This contribution presents a study of a selected group of Iron I monumental buildings and building elements in Areas A and C at Tell eṣ-Ṣâfī/Gath.1 These remains can be potentially situated within the context of what is known about Sea Peoples’ architecture in the Mediterranean, as seen at the 12th century B.C.E. “Anaktoron” at Pantalica, Sicily, and in changes in Final Bronze Age Sardinia
9783110757804
Archaeology Architecture Near East Sicily
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