Academic staff
Researcher interests: Archaeological method and theory. The Iron Age in the Levant.
FACULTY / SCHOOL: Faculty of Humanities
Contact Business Development: Tamir Huberman

Selected Publications

Ayelet Gilboa, lidar sapirhen, Ilan Sharon, TAMAR DAYAN
wet sieving a complex tell implications for retrieval protocols and studies of animal economy in historical periods (2017)| Journal of Archaeological Science| Read more
Ayelet Gilboa, Ilan Sharon
fluctuations in levantine maritime foci across the late bronze iron age transition charting the role of the sharon carmel tjeker coast in the rise of iron age phoenician polities (2017)| | Read more
Ayelet Gilboa, elizabeth blochsmith, Ilan Sharon
capital of solomon s fourth district israelite dor (2015)| Levant| Read more
Ayelet Gilboa, jeffrey zorn, Ilan Sharon
an iron age i canaanite phoenician courtyard house at tel dor a comparative architectural and functional analysis (2014)| Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research| Read more
Ayelet Gilboa, guy baroz, lidar sapirhen, Ilan Sharon, TAMAR DAYAN
food economy and culture at tel dor israel a diachronic study of faunal remains from 15 centuries of occupation (2014)| Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research| Read more
Ayelet Gilboa, guy baroz, lidar sapirhen, Ilan Sharon, TAMAR DAYAN
understanding faunal contexts of a complex tell tel dor israel as a case study (2012)| Journal of Archaeological Science| Read more
Ayelet Gilboa, Elisabetta Boaretto, Ilan Sharon, timothy jull
notes on iron iia 14c dates from tell el qudeirat kadesh barnea (2009)| Tel Aviv: Journal of The Institute of Archaeology of Tel Aviv University| Read more
adi eliyahubehar, john berg, lior regev, sana shilstein, Ilan Sharon, steve weiner, yiftah shalev
identifying a roman casting pit at tel dor israel integrating field and laboratory research (2009)| Journal of Field Archaeology| Read more
between the carmel and the sea tel dor s iron age reconsidered ()| Near Eastern Archaeology| Read more

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