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

Don’t miss our lecture on three seasons of excavation at Tel Lachish at the W.F. Albright Institute on 31 October!

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Presenting the First Lecture in our Excavations Lecture Series, Fall-Winter 2019-2020 at the W.F. Albright Institute of Archaeological Research

The Austrian-Israeli Expedition to Lachish After Three Years of Excavation

with Felix Höflmayer, Katharina Streit, & Lyndelle Webster

Thursday, October 31, 2019
4:00 PM
W.F. Albright Institute of Archaeological Research
26 Salah ad-Din Street, Jerusalem

Since 2017, a joint team of the Austrian Academy of Sciences and Hebrew University of Jerusalem are excavating at Tel Lachish. A key aim of the excavation is to gain a better understanding of the Middle and Late Bronze Age at the site. Two excavation areas, Area P in the northern, and Area S in the western part of the site are currently being excavated.

Read more:
www.tracingtransformations.com
www.orea.oeaw.ac.at

Felix Höflmayer studied Egyptology and Archaeology at the University of Vienna and joined the Austrian Academy of Sciences in 2006, working on his PhD in the framework of the SCIEM 2000 project and graduated in 2010. Felix teaches at the Institute of Old Testament Studies and Biblical Archaeology, the Institute of Oriental Studies, and the Institute of Egyptology at the University of Vienna and serves as an editorial board member of the Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research.

Katharina Streit is currently a postdoctoral researcher at the Martin Buber Society of Fellows in the Humanities at Hebrew University of Jerusalem, researching development and changes in material culture from the Middle to the Late Bronze Ages. She co-directs the Tel Lachish excavations with Felix Höflmayer and Ilan Sharon.

Lyndelle Webster is currently a PhD candidate of the University of Vienna and Area Supervisor of Area S. Lyndelle comes to the project from Australia, with a multi-disciplinary background in physics, engineering and archaeology. Her research interests lie at the intersection of these disciplines.