The Northern Lebanon Project (NoLeP) is an archaeological survey that explores a significant inland area of the northern Lebanese coast. The project focuses on the plain of Koura and its main city Amioun, seeking to understand the region’s settlement pattern from the earliest periods of occupation (Palaeolithic/Neolithic) until the Medieval/Islamic era. In particular, NoLeP will concentrate its efforts on investigating the Bronze Age and Iron Age occupation. This will provide a different perspective on the formation of the great Canaanite urban centres and their subsequent flourishing during the first millennium as Phoenician cities. As a second but equally important target, NoLeP will try to gain a better comprehension of the relationship between coastal and inland areas.

The Northern Lebanon Project: Archaeological Survey of the Plain of Koura and the Province of Tripoli. First Season Report

Marco IAMONI
Primo
;
Luigi TURRI
Penultimo
;
Francesca SIMI
Ultimo
2019

Abstract

The Northern Lebanon Project (NoLeP) is an archaeological survey that explores a significant inland area of the northern Lebanese coast. The project focuses on the plain of Koura and its main city Amioun, seeking to understand the region’s settlement pattern from the earliest periods of occupation (Palaeolithic/Neolithic) until the Medieval/Islamic era. In particular, NoLeP will concentrate its efforts on investigating the Bronze Age and Iron Age occupation. This will provide a different perspective on the formation of the great Canaanite urban centres and their subsequent flourishing during the first millennium as Phoenician cities. As a second but equally important target, NoLeP will try to gain a better comprehension of the relationship between coastal and inland areas.
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