Fig. 181. Quantitative table of the number of sites per period in eight zones of the Negev Desert, where the Archaeological Survey of Israel has completed a systematic exploration of 100 square kilometres per zone. This comparative table shows the massive presence of settlements in the Palaeolithic, BAC, Iron Age, and Roman/Byzantine periods, a limited presence of Epi-Palaeolithic, Neolithic, and Hellenistic, and a total lack of finds in the middle and late Bronze Age. (E.A. 1994, fig. 81. HK Archive).
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