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Review: Reflections on the History and Archaeology of Bahrain

Reviewed Works: Fouilles à Umm Jidr (Bahrain) by Serge Cleuziou, Pierre Lombard, Jean-Francois Salles; Excavation of Qalʾat Al-Bahrain, lère partie/1st Part (1977-1979) by Monik Kervran, Arlette Negre, Michelle Pirazzoli t'Sertsevens; Excavations of the Arab Expedition at Sār El-Jisr, Bahrain by Moawiyah Ibrahim; Barbar-Sud, 1982 (Bahrain), Rapport Préliminaire sur une lère campagne de fouilles archéologiques by Jean-Francois Salles, Beatrice Andre-Leicknam, Genevieve Renisio, Marie-Anne Vaillant; The Dilmun Burial Complex at Sar, The 1980-82 Excavations in Bahrain by M. Rafique Mughal; Life and Land Use on the Bahrain Islands: The Geoarcheology of an Ancient Society by Curtis E. Larsen; La Nécropole de Janussan (Bahrain) by Pierre Lombard, Jean-Francois Salles
Review by: D. T. Potts
Journal of the American Oriental Society
Vol. 105, No. 4 (Oct. - Dec., 1985), pp. 675-710
DOI: 10.2307/602727
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/602727
Page Count: 36
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Abstract

Seven works are reviewed which represent an important new generation of studies in the archaeology and early history of Bahrain. The information and ideas presented in these studies have implications for our understanding of the entire Arabian Gulf area in antiquity.

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