Tracing Transformation at ASOR 2019

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It’s ASOR time again! Don’t miss our two sessions on Saturday, 23 November 2019 at 2:00-4:05pm and 4:20-6:25pm at the Emerald Ballroom at the Westin San Diego!

CHAIRS: Felix Höflmayer (Austrian Academy of Sciences) and Katharina Streit (The
Hebrew University of Jerusalem)

PRESENTERS:
2:00: Introduction
2:05: Katharina Streit (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem) and Felix Höflmayer (Austrian Academy of Sciences), “The Austrian-Israeli Expedition to Tel Lachish—Results from Three Seasons of Excavation”
2:30: Lyndelle Webster (Austrian Academy of Sciences), “The Middle to Late Bronze Age
Transition from a 14C Perspective: The Contribution of the Tracing Transformations
Project”
2:55: Vanessa Becker (University of Vienna), “Beyond Scarabs—Regional and Interregional Seal Production in the Levant during the Middle and Late Bronze Ages”
3:20: Felix Höflmayer (Austrian Academy of Sciences), “A New Historical Model for the
Transition from the Middle to the Late Bronze Age”
3:45: General Discussion

4:20: Introduction
4:25: Susan Cohen (Montana State University) and Jana Mynářová (Charles University),
“Context and Text: The Epigraphic Evidence for the Middle–Late Bronze Age Transition
in the Southern Levant”
4:50: Jana Mynářová (Charles University) and Susan Cohen (Montana State University), “Text and Context: The Epigraphic Evidence for the Middle–Late Bronze Age Transition in the Southern Levant”
5:15: Ann-Kathrin Jeske (University of Vienna), “wA.t-Hr.w, DAhj, rTnw, xt mfkA.t:
Different Region, Different Strategy? Egyptian Functionaries in the Southern Levant and
on the Sinai Peninsula during the 18th Dynasty”
5:40: Wolfgang Zwickel (Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz), “Low Chronology in
Galilee? The Thutmosis III List and the Settlement History”
6:05: General Discussion

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