Wybrane publikacje

Najnowsze publikacje na temat Tel Erani:

Ciałowicz K.M., Yekutieli Y., Dębowska-Ludwin J., Rosińska-Balik K., Shalev O. i Wasilewski M., 2015, Egyptian-Levantine Connections: New evidence for Early Bronze Age Fortifications and Some Preliminary Results of an Initial Season of Investigations at Tel Erani, Israel [w:] M. Pinarello, J. Yoo, J. Lundock i C. Walsh (red.), Current Research in Egyptology 2014: Proceedings of the Fifteenth Annual Symposium University College London & King's College London 2014, Ancient Egypt in a Global World, Oxford i Philadelphia, 13-28.

Czarnowicz M., Pasternak M., Ochał-Czarnowicz A. i Skłucki J., 2014, The Egyptian presence at Tel Erani [w:] M.A. Jucha, J. Dębowska-Ludwin i P. Kołodziejczyk (red.), Aegyptus est imago caeli. Studies in Honour of K.M. Ciałowicz on his 60th Birthday, Krakow, 235-244.

Dębowska-Ludwin J., Rosińska-Balik K., Czarnowicz M. i Ochał-Czarnowicz A., 2014, Trade or conquest? The nature of Egyptian-South Levantine relations in Early Bronze I from the perspective of Tell el-Farkha, Egypt and Tel Erani, Israel [w:] Recherches Archéologiques NS 4, 113–125.


Poniżej zamieszczamy wybór wcześniejszych publikacji uwzględniających materiały ze stanowiska Tel Erani:


Andelkovic B., 1995, The Relations between Early Bronze Age I Canaanites and Upper Egyptians, Belgrade.

Andelkovic B., 2012, Hegemony for Beginners: Egyptian Activity in the Southern Levant during the Second Half of the Fourth Millennium B.C., Issues in Ethnology and Anthropology, n. s., 7(3), pp. 789–808.

Brandl B., 1989, Observations on the Early Bronze Age strata of Tel Erani, (w:) P. de Miroschedji (red.), L'urbanisation de la Palestine à l'ȃge du Bronze ancient: bilan et perspectives de recherché actuelles, BAR International Series 527, Oxford, pp. 357–387.

Braun E., 2009, South Levantine Early Bronze Age chronological correlations with Egypt in light of the Narmer serekhs from Tel Erani and Arad: New interpretations, British Museum Studies in Ancient Egypt and Sudan 13, pp. 25–48.

Braun E. & van den Brink E.M.C., 2003, Egyptian elements and influence on the Early Bronze age I of the Southern Levant, ArchéoNil 13, pp. 77–94.

Levy T.E., van den Brink E.C.M., Goren Y. & Alon D., 1995, New light on King Narmer and the Protodynastic Egyptian presence in Canaan, The Biblical Archaeologist, Vol. 58, No. 1 (Mar., 1995), pp. 26-35

Porat N., 1986/7, Local industry of Egyptian pottery in Southern Palestine during the Early Bronze I period, Bulletin of the Egyptological Seminar 8, pp. 109–129.

Porat N., 1996, Appendix B. "Egyptian" pottery from Hartuv: a petrographic description, (w:) A. Mazar, P. de Miroschedji, Hartuv, an aspect of the Early Bronze I culture of Southern Israel, Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research 302, pp. 34–35.

Weinstein J., 1984, The significance of Tell Areini for Egyptian-Palestinian relations at the beginning of the Bronze Age, Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research 256, pp. 61–69.

Yadin Y., 1955, The earliest record of Egypt's military penetration into Asia?, Israel Exploration Journal 5, pp. 1–16. 

Yeivin S., 1964 The ceremonial slate-palette of King Narmer, (w:) H.B. Rosén (red.), Studies in Egyptology and Linguistics in Honour of H.J. Polotsky, Jerusalem, pp. 22–53.