New Light from Armageddon: Second Provisional Report (1927-29) on the Excavations at Megiddo in Palestine
P. L. O. Guy
The second provisional report on the work of the Oriental Institute at Megiddo (modern Tell el-Mutesellim) relates the discoveries made between 1927 and 1929. These include Bronze and Iron Age burials on the east slope of the tell and Stratum IV urban remains on the tell summit including fortifications and a city gate, as well as "King Solomon's Stables." Chapter 3 is an excursus on "An Inscribed Scaraboid from Megiddo," by W. E. Staples.
- Oriental Institute Communications 9
- Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1931
- Pp. x + 68; 61 figures
- Out of Print