Tell Judaidah (Neolithic to Byzantine) in the Amuq Valley of Ancient Syria [Modern Turkey]
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Tell Judaidah (Neolithic to Byzantine Periods)

Scene of the 1930's excavations of Tell Judaidah by the Oriental Institute Tell Judaidah is one of the largest ancient sites in the Amuq Valley. Standing over 30 meters high there was settlement at the site ranging from the Neolithic (6000 BC) through the Byzantine Period. The long occupational sequence at Tell Judaidah is what originally attracted Robert Braidwood and the Oriental Institute team to the site in the 1930's. Their excavations at the site were crucial in establishing the cultural sequence of the Amuq ..... Crucibles with tin rich copper encrustations and the oldest tin bronze figurines yet found in the Near East were discovered here in Amuq Phase G circa 3000 BC (Early Bronze Age I) .....

Selected Excerpt on Tell Judaidah

The Neolithic of the Levant (1978)
A.M.T. Moore (Oxford University)

Chapter 5: Neolithic 3 Tell Judaidah (Pages 307-314)


Excavations at Tell Judaidah (Oriental Institute)

The Amuq Valley Regional Project 1995-1998
The Judaidah Sounding
by Christopher Edens (1995)
Volume 104 - Number 2 - April 2000 (Pages 195-198)
American Journal of Archaeology
Library of Congress # CC 1 A6

Keywords = Tell Judaidah / Amuq Valley

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