VI, 672 pp.
2001 | PIHANS Volume 91 Final Report on the University of Chicago and University of Amsterdam Excavations in the Tabqa Reservoir, Northern Syria, 1967-1975 ISBN 13: 978-90-6258-092-7 | ISSN: 1571-5728
This urban site on the edge of the steppe was occupied from about 2400 to 1900 B.C. In the earlier part of that period the ties with Mesopotamia were strongest. Later, trade with the West became more important.
The report, to which Diederik J.W. Meijer, Glenn M. Schwartz and many others have contributed, deals with habitation and funeral remains, as well as with the numerous objects made of baked clay and other finds.