It will focus on the still-enigmatic period following the end of the urban Early Bronze Age, the non-urban EBIV period. During that time, between around 2200 – 2000 BC, the southern and central Levant saw a period of profound economic recession coupled with population dislocation.
Speakers will include Rupert Chapman, Kay Prag, Jonathan Tubb, R. Thomas Schaub and Jean-Paul Thalmann, among many otherhigh-profile international scholars.
The conference costs £40; or £25 for concessions; and £20 for British Museum Friends. If you wish to attend, please send a cheque (sterling only) to the British Museum Box Office, London WC1B 3DG, made payable to ‘The British Museum’ and marked on the reverse ‘EBIV Conference’. You can also pay by telephone (00 44 207 323 8181), or log onto www.thebritishmuseum.ac.uk/ ane/anenoev.html
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