Researcher interests: Archaeology and history of Bronze Age (third to first century BC), particu- larly in Northeast China; interactions of that part of China and other regions of China, including the Yellow River basin.
FACULTY / SCHOOL: Faculty of Humanities
DEPARTMENT: Asian Studies
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Selected Publications

Kate Raphael, Gideon Shelach, Yitzhak Jaffe
Sanzuodian: the structure, function and social significance of the earliest stone fortified sites in China (2015)| Cambridge university press| Read more
On the Invention of Pottery (2012)| Science| Read more
J. F. Zhang, L. P. Zhou, Gideon Shelach, Y. Avni
Upper Pleistoceneā€Holocene geomorphic changes dictating sedimentation rates and historical land use in the valley system of the Chifeng region, Inner Mongolia, northern China (2010)| Wiley Online Library | Read more

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