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This is true especially in light of large quantities of imported sherds found in the eastern site of Tell el-Hama for example. – The Iron II village in Kh. 6 6 Note that the statistics published from this site are problematic, as they refer 24 avraham faust – No imported sherds were reported also from the soundings at Tel Mador in the lower Galilee (Gal 1992a, 36–43). , Tel Qasis, Tel Qiri and Nir David mentioned above). The Inadequacies of the Economic Explanation In light of the data presented above, there seem to be several factors that prove that the economic explanation is insuﬃcient, and indicate that the distribution is ‘non-random’ (Hodder 1979b, 7, 14): 1) The contradictory evidence in Beer-Sheba and Jerusalem, where various non-ceramic evidence indicates intensive trade, hints that it is not a lack of trade which prevented imported pottery from reaching these sites.
5 Imported pottery was found also in some sites across the Jordan, such as Tell es-Say"idia, Tell Abu-Kharaz and Pelah, though probably in much smaller quantities (therefore, questioning the relevancy of this data). Imported pottery, though in small quantities, was also found in the Negev ‘fortresses’ and the 'Aravah. was found in larger quantities (relatively to the highlands) in the city Samaria, and perhaps also in some large urban centers of the northern highlands. At the moment, the evidence seems to be ambiguous.
Whether most traders were Canaanites or not, the term indicates that the trading profession, too, was viewed negatively (see more below). And in King and Stager’s (2001, 190) 28 avraham faust words: ‘(A)t least in their propaganda the Israelites were condescending toward traders and commerce’. To sum up, imported pottery is found in extremely small quantities in most parts of the kingdoms of Israel and Judah. While this might be a result of a lack of trade, other lines of evidence indicate the existence of intensive trade.