Inscribed in clay: provenance study of the Amarna tablets and other ancient Near Eastern texts
Yuval Goren, Israel Finkelstein, Nadav Naʼaman, Makhon le-arkheʼologyah ʻa. sh. Sonyah u-Marḳo Nadler
Emery and Claire Yass Publications in Archaeology, 2004 - 386 páginas
Examines letters from the Tell el-Amarna archive in Egypt, written between Egypt and other Middle Eastern nations ca. 1360-1334 B.C. Uses material and chemical analysis for provenance information and historical geography.
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accessory heavy minerals Acco active with speckled Alashiya Amarna Amurru angular appear Ashkelon assemblage augite Aziru basalt Beqac Beth-shean biotite birefringent calcite calcite crystals calcitic bodies Canaan Canaanite Carbonatic ceramic chalk chert city-state clay coastal plain common commonly idiomorphic contains Egypt Sampling method Egyptian epidote excavated feldspar Firing temperature foraminifers formation fraction Geological interpretation Gezer Ginti-kirmil glauconite Goren haematite Hazor hornblende iddingsite interpretation and conclusions iron minerals Jezreel valley King of Egypt Lachish Late Bronze Age letters lightly fired located marl matrix Medium-sized tell Megiddo micrometers Na'aman olivine Opaque minerals optically active Pakhna Paleogene particles Peeling petrographic plagioclase pottery Probably unfired quartz quartz grains Quartz silt reddish-tan Reliability Rib-Hadda rock fragments rounded micritic limestone ruler sand f:c Shechem Shephelah silty Small tell sometimes with undulose southern sparitic sparsely spread speckled b-fabric subrounded surveyed tablets tissue fragments uncharred undulose extinction Vegetal material SLY yellowish-tan in PPL zircon