Nahal Efe: a multi-period prehistoric site in the north-eastern Negev
Vient de paraître une nouvelle publication électronique sur Nahal Efe par Ferran Borrell, chercheur associé au CRFJ, Elisabetta Boaretto, Valentina Caracuta, Eli Cohen-Sasson, Ron Lavi, Ronit Lupu, Luís Teira & Jacob Vardi. Accéder au lien. The archaeological site of Nahal Efe is located in the north-eastern Negev highlands, 11km east of Dimona, close to the edge of the Judean Desert (Figure 1). The site is situated at approximately 320m asl on a moderate hillslope on the left bank of the Nahal Efe stream, a tributary of Nahal Hemar (WGS84, 31°04” 43”N and 35°09”02”E). The site was discovered during the 1990s, and, although unexcavated until the current project, it has often been treated in the literature as a PPNB site (e.g. Goring-Morris & Belfer-Cohen 2013) or base camp (e.g. Gubenko et al. 2009).