Literally "mound," a small hill-shaped site containing numerous occupational layers of a town or city built on top of one another over millennia.
The historical period from the beginning of Western civilization to the start of the Middle Ages.
The stage of development during which humans used copper or bronze weapons; in the ancient Near East, approx. 3300 to 1200 B.C.E.
Relating to or associated with people living in the territory of the northern kingdom of Israel during the divided monarchy, or more broadly describing the biblical descendants of Jacob.
A city along the Euphrates River.
The period of 2000–1550 B.C.E.; the Bronze Age is characterized by the development and proliferation of bronze for tools, weapons, and other objects. In ancient Canaan, the Middle Bronze Age saw the development of cities such as Hazor.
An alternate spelling for "tel" meaning a mound or hill-shaped site containing several occupational layers one on top of the other over milennia.
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