Revealing Early Bronze Age Village Life at Tel Yaqush

A new excavation in Israel’s Jordan Valley is shedding new light on a rural community that flourished at a time when urbanization was taking root in the southern Levant.

This article is available to logged-in members of Popular Archaeology.

Become a member of Popular Archaeology: REGISTER HERE.

Arianna Zakrzewski is an intern and writer for Popular Archaeology. She is also a recent graduate from Rhode Island College with a Bachelor’s degree in Anthropology. She has had an interest in archaeology since elementary school, specifically Egyptology and the Classics. In recent years, she has also gained an interest in historical archaeology, and has spent time in the field working in St. Mary’s City, Maryland, participating in excavation and archival research. She plans to pursue a Ph.D. in archaeology.

Become a Popular Archaeology premium subscriber.

___________________________________________

Travel and learn with Far Horizons.

farhorizons1

______