By Tatiana Proskouriakoff
With the mind's eye of an artist and the precision of a scientist, Tatiana Proskouriakoff has captured in photographs thirty-six restorations of wonderful Maya structures as their developers observed the scenes greater than one thousand years in the past. dealing with her portray of every constitution is a documented textual content of archaeological findings and a line drawing of the prevailing is still. First issued by way of the Carnegie establishment of Washington in 1946, this crucial quantity is back to print in a brand new structure through the collage of Oklahoma Press.
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Zorn, however, divided McCown’s “late I” into two phases. He relabeled the earlier part Stratum 2 and dated it to the Babylonian and Persian Periods. Zorn detected no clear changes or modifications during this long period of about 300 years. He renamed the later phase of McCown’s “late I” Stratum 1 and dated it to the Hellenistic period (1993: 163–85). In Zorn’s view, McCown’s opinion of the poor building quality was correct only for what Zorn labeled Stratum 1, of the Hellenistic period, when there was an agricultural estate at the site (1993: 186–99, 2003: 444).
He renamed the later phase of McCown’s “late I” Stratum 1 and dated it to the Hellenistic period (1993: 163–85). In Zorn’s view, McCown’s opinion of the poor building quality was correct only for what Zorn labeled Stratum 1, of the Hellenistic period, when there was an agricultural estate at the site (1993: 186–99, 2003: 444). In this last period, no late yehud stamped handles appear. e. 36 He claims that only after the city was deserted was the area within the walls leveled and the buildings of Stratum 2 erected (1993: 151, 161–63, 175–76; 2003: 418–28).
90 186 31 Early Types Middle Types Late Types Graph 3. Early, Middle, and Late Types: The Total Finds and the Finds at Ramat Raḥel. Introduction Graph 4. yehud Stamp Impressions at Jerusalem according to Early, Middle, and Late Types. 17 Early Types 59 Middle Types 87 Late Types Graph 5. Early, Middle, and Late Types: The Total Finds and the Finds at Jerusalem. Jerusalem Total Finds 17 128 Early Types 59 312 Middle Types 86 142 Late Types 4. e. e. e. , the Western Hill and its surroundings) (see graph 4).