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- Dame Kathleen Kenyon Digging Up the Holy Land Publications of the Institute of Archaeology
- Miriam C. Davis
- 26 August 2019 Miriam C. Davis
Miriam C. Davis ð 9 review
Ogists for over half a century Her private life her childhood as daughter of the director of the British Museum her accidental choice of a career in archaeology her working at bombed sites in London during the blitz and her solitary retirement to Wales are generally unknown Davis provides a balanced and illuminating picture of both the public Dame Kenyon and the private person.
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Dame Kathleen Kenyon has always been a larger than life figure likely the most influential woman archaeologist of the 20th century In the first full length biography of Kenyon Miriam Davis recounts not only her many achievements in the field but also her personal side known to very few of her contemporaries Her public side is a catalog of major successes discovering the oldest.
review Dame Kathleen Kenyon Digging Up the Holy Land Publications of the Institute of Archaeology
City at Jericho with its amazing collection of plastered skulls; untangling the archaeological complexities of ancient Jerusalem and identifying the original City of David; participating in the discipline’s most famous all woman excavation at Great Zimbabwe Her development with Sir Mortimer Wheeler of stratigraphic trenching methods has been universally emulated by archaeol.