(1) Gerar (2) Beth-Pelet I (Tell Fara) (3) Corpus of Dated Palestinian Pottery

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    THE British School of Archaeology in Egypt J- has widened the scope of its activities, and since 1926 has conducted excavations in the coast plain of south Palestine. For this change there was the excellent reason that the only period of Egyptian history of which even the outlines are obscure is that of the Hyksos conquest; and for this it was in this quarter, whence those conquerors apparently came, that clues were most likely to be found.

    (1) Gerar.

    Sir Flinders Petrie. Pp. vii + 34 + 72 plates. 50s.

    (2) Beth-Pelet I. (Tell Fara).

    Sir Flinders Petrie; with a Chapter by Olga Tufnell. Pp. vii + 26 + 72 plates. 50s.

    (3) Corpus of Dated Palestinian Pottery.

    J. Garrow Duncan. Including Pottery of Gerar and Beth-Pelet dated and arranged by Sir Flinders Petrie, and Beads of Beth-Pelet dated and arranged by J. L. Star key. Pp. 21 + 83 plates. 30s. (London: British School of Archæology in Egypt; Bernard Quaritch, Ltd., 1928–1930.)

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    (1) Gerar (2) Beth-Pelet I (Tell Fara) (3) Corpus of Dated Palestinian Pottery. Nature 127, 301–302 (1931). https://doi.org/10.1038/127301a0

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