Essays in Honor of George Ernest Wright (Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research ; no. 220/221) ebook
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Wright, George Ernest, 1909-1974: Ain Shems excavations (Palestine). Wright, George Ernest, 1909-1974: Essays in honor of George Ernest Wright, (Missoula, Mont.
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The Nancy Lapp Popular Book Award: Jacob L. Wright for David, King of Israel, and Caleb in Biblical Memory (Cambridge University Press).
The Charles U. Harris Service Award: Vivian Bull. The G. Ernest Wright Award: Seymour Gitin (e., for The Ancient Pottery of Israel and its Neighbors from the Iron Age through the Hellenistic Period (IES). The Joy Ungerleider Poster Award: Robert S. Homsher, Adam B. Prins, Melissa S. Cradic and Matthew J. Adams, New Dimensions in Digital Documentation: Tomb 50 of Megiddo. The Charles U. Harris Service Award: Stevan Dana. The Nancy Lapp Popular Book Award: Jacob L.
George Ernest Wright (September 5, 1909 – August 29, 1974), was a leading Old Testament scholar and biblical archaeologist. An expert in Ancient Near Eastern archaeology, he was especially known for his work in the study and dating of pottery. He was associated with the biblical theology movement. He was born on September 5, 1909, in Ohio, son of a Presbyterian minister.
were recently (2019) awarded the G. Ernest Wright Book Award for best.