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While the Gezer "High Place" has some possibly cultic features (,the stone block which could be explained as an altar or laver, together with the burned bone, which suggests some form of sacrifice or meat offering), it is not connected with a temple or an enclosed sacred area, nor were cultic accessoriesof any kind found associatedwith the stones. " Perhaps the explanation which best fits the data we have is to be found in a combination of the other two categories commemorationof an event and the witnessing of a ,the individuals or contract between legal groups, specifically, covenant-making.

Stratum2" is representedby nothing except 42. See Dever, BA, XXX (1967), 58-59, Fig. 13. i 131 * ,a r 4 tIII'~ . Fig. 15. Objects from the Northwest House (Fig. 14): (a) ceramic duck head; (b) ceramic toylike couch, possibly cultic (like ones found at Ashdod); (c) bottom half of an Astarte fertility plaque; (d) basalt tournette or potter's wheel; (e) terra cotta model of curcumcised phallus; (f) bronze chisel point. Scale is in inches. C. C. D. Conclusion Our eight seasons of excavation at Gezer have still left many questions unanswered.

C. C. - both splendid eras, well-known from the literary sources. We hoped to produce the significant monumental architecture that we had missed in our investigations elsewhere on the mound. "Solomon was nowhere to be found on the acropolis, and -the evidence the Amarna people had been thoughtful enough to leave for us was gotten to first by their immediate successors! Only with Stratum 5 of the Philistine period could we begin to gather up the scatteredstrandsof the story of the variousphases of occupation on the acropolis.

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