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Ivory at the Transition from the Late Bronze to the Early Iron Age in Transjordan: Trade and Distribution

Conference paper
Authors Teresa Bürge
Peter M. Fischer
Published in Proceedings of the 10 th International Congress on the Archaeology of the Ancient Near East, 25–29 April 2016, Vienna / Edited by Barbara Horejs, Christoph Schwall, Vera Müller, Marta Luciani, Markus Ritter, Mattia Guidetti, Roderick B. Salisbury, Felix Höflmayer and Teresa Bürge. Volume 2.
ISBN 978-3- 447-10997- 0
Publisher Harrassowitz
Place of publication Wiesbaden
Publication year 2018
Published at Department of Historical Studies
Language en
Keywords ivory, Near East, Jordan, Irbid, Ugarit
Subject categories Archaeology, Non-European

Abstract

Ivory is regarded as one of the most important exotic luxury items in the Eastern Mediterranean and the Near East. The aim of this paper is to provide an overview of ivory objects from Transjordan in the Middle Bronze Age and, specifically, the Late Bronze Age and the transition to the Iron Age. Their styles and foreign influences will be discussed. These objects prove the continuing demand for ivory in this region and show that Transjordan, which belonged to the Eastern Mediterranean cultural sphere, was part of the “international” trade network.

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