Material Remains of the Megiddo Cult.
Herbert Gordon May.
Description of materials, primarily of the Iron Age, excavated by the Oriental Institute and associated somehow with the religion of ancient Megiddo (modern Tell el-Mutesellim). The volume is arranged by types rather than in chronological order. The second chapter is concerned with interpretation of structures of Strata IV and V within the sacred area; chapters three and four discuss sanctuary furnishings and human and animal figurines. A chapter by Robert M. Engberg discusses the origin of the proto-Ionic capitals found at Megiddo.
- Oriental Institute Publications 26
- Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 1935
- Pp. xiv + 51; 13 figures, 41 plates
- Out of Print