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The Kathleen Kenyon Archaeology Collection, a collection of Kenyon's books and papers purchased from her . Moorey, P. Roger S. and Parr, Peter (eds) (1978), Archaeology in the Levant - Essays for Kathleen Kenyon, Aris & Phillips, 1978.
The Kathleen Kenyon Archaeology Collection, a collection of Kenyon's books and papers purchased from her estate in 1984, is housed at Baylor University in Waco, Texas.
Kathleen Mary Kenyon (1906-1978) was a leading archaeologist of Neolithic culture in the Fertile Crescent, best known for . The title consciously echoes that of my father's book, The Bible and archaeology, published in 1940.
Kathleen Mary Kenyon (1906-1978) was a leading archaeologist of Neolithic culture in the Fertile Crescent, best known for her excavations in Jericho in 1952-1958. She was also the eldest daughter of Bible scholar and British Museum director Sir Frederic Kenyon. She states in the Introduction of this 1978 book, that it is "intended for a general readership of those interested in the Bible and its setting, and NOT for specialists, be they textual critics, historians or archaeologists.
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Kathleen Kenyon's first field experience was as a photographer for the pioneering excavations at Great Zimbabwe in 1929, led by Gertrude Caton-Thompson. Returning to England, Kenyon joined the archaeological couple Mortimer and Tessa Wheeler on their excavation of the Romano-British settlement of Verulamium (St Albans), 20 miles north of London. Kenyon's vast legacy in the field of excavation technique and ceramic methodology, not only in the Levant but also further afield, is attested to by Larry G. Herr, one of the directors of the Madaba Plains Project.
The Levant of the fourth millennium . The emergence of specialized pastoralism in the Southern Levant. In Moorey, . and Parr, P. (ed. Archaeology in the Levant, Essays for Kathleen Kenyon, Aris and Phillips, Warminster, pp. 36–45. was scattered with numerous small farming communities. The agricultural activities were based on growing barley, wheat, lentils, and fruit trees . World Archaeology 15: 15–36. The Chalcolithic period. Biblical Archaeologist 49: 82–108. Byblos and Egypt in the fourth millennium . Levant XXVIII: 59–74.
Baylor University houses the Kathleen Kenyon Archaeology Collection Moorey, P.
Baylor University houses the Kathleen Kenyon Archaeology Collection. The rare books collection was purchased in 1984 from her estate. Steiner, Margreet L. (2001), Excavations by Kathleen M. Kenyon in Jerusalem 1961–1967, Volume III-The Settlement in the Bronze and Iron Ages, London: Sheffield Academic Press, 2001.