Excavations in the Plain of Antioch I: The Earlier Assemblages Phases A-J
By Robert J. Braidwood and Linda S. Braidwood
Oriental Institute's "Syrian-Hittite Expedition" carried on operations in the Amuq (the Plain of Antioch) from 1932 to 1938. As its original name implies, the expedition was expected to concern itself mainly with the archeology of the late, so-called "Hittite," kingdoms that flourished in northern Syria especially in the early first millennium B.C. This is the second volume on the results of the Expedition's work.
- Oriental Institute Publications 61
- Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1960
- Pp. xxvii + 601; 89 plates, 386 figures, 5 tables
- Out of print