Continuity versus cultural markers : results of the controlled surface collection of Tell Halula, North Syria
This thesis provides the results of intensive surface investigations carried out in 1986 at Tell Halula, a complex multi-period site located in the Euphrates River valley in northern Syria. The research was undertaken with the twofold aim of obtaining a more precise understanding of the occupation history of the site, whilst demonstrating the effectiveness and increased benefits to be gained by the use of controlled collection methods for obtaining robust data from complex archaeological sites....[Show more]
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