Cornell University Library Digital Collections

Plan 75 (upper)

Additional views

About the collection

Tell en-Naṣbeh, ancient Mizpah of Benjamin, is located 12 km north of Jerusalem in the West Bank. Approximately two thirds of this three hectare, primarily Iron Age, site was excavated by a team from Pacific School of Religion in Berkeley, CA, between 1926–1935 under the direction of W. F. Badé. Later, Tell en-Naṣbeh’s architecture was completely reevaluated and revised in a dissertation by Jeffrey R. Zorn (1993). That study, included here, remains the fundamental understanding of the site’s stratigraphy. The full set of 1:100 plans with which Zorn worked, has, until now, only been available to those able to travel to Berkeley. The goal of this digitization project is to make these important plans available to students and scholars at Cornell and around the world.

Additional plans

Overview plan of Tell-en-nasbeh Plan 73 Plan 57 Plan 58 Plan 74 Plan 75 Plan 76 Plan 89 Plan 90 Plan 91 Plan 92 Plan 93 Plan 106 Plan 107 Plan 108 unavailable Plan 109 Plan 110 Plan 123 Plan 124 Plan 125 Plan 126 Plan 127 Plan 128 unavailable Plan 140 Plan 141 Plan 142 Plan 143 Plan 144 Plan 145 Plan 158 Plan 159 unavailable Plan 160 Plan 161 unavailable Plan 162 Plan 163 Plan 176 Plan 177 Plan 178 Plan 179 Plan 194 Plan 195 Plan 196