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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-10-12

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

40—BUSINESS CARDS

QUALITY WORK

HOT ROOFING. Commercial.
Waterproofing basements. Free
Estimates. Work guaranteed. Mr.
Offman, 883-3939.

REFERENCES

JOE BENITAH

CUSTOM Formica cabinets. Re-
facing cabinets. Drywall. Doors.
Commercal and Residential,
671-8573.

For FREE Estimate

CALLIGRAPHY. Invitations, etc.
expertly done by Kaye, 855-
1605.

Call

559-6317

559-5336

MASTER ELECTRICIAN wants
work. Reasonable. Small jobs a
speciality. 424-8164 or 424-
8142.

REMODEL
KITCHEN or BATHS

REMOVAL of all types of
wallpaper. Insured. Arnold Gol-
din. 356-0499.

Reface
present
cabinets or install new
European
style
cabinets.

KITCHEN CABINETS and all
woodwork refinished. Painting,
varnishing, antiquing. Reason-
able. Free Estimates. Refer-
ences. 967-1114, after 5.

Custom Formica furniture

ARON'S PLUMBING-HEATING.
Plumbing repair. New installa-
tion. Electric sewer cleaning.
Sump pumps. 557-6318, 573-
0924.

ERIC
661-2812

EXTERIOR CAULKING

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Seal out the elements.
Seal in heating &
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Specializing in
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recaulking
homes.

Free Estimates
Full line
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No job
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Beautifully addressed
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special occasion.
Poems, place cards,
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write to:

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or call
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JEWISH
BRAIN
TEASER

Jerusalem — Archaeolog-
ical finds dating back to the
earliest period of Canaanite
Jerusalem in the third and
second millenia BCE were
the major discoveries in the
recent season of excavations
of the City of David, accord-
ing to Prof. Yigal Shiloh,
head of the Hebrew Univer-
sity of Jerusalem Institute
of Archaeology and director
of the excavations.
Prof. Shiloh said that
with these latest dis-
coveries, archaeologists
have now uncovered 12
areas encompassing 25 oc-
cupation levels of ancient
Jerusalem, dating back to
very earliest period of
its establishment and ex-
tending through the Middle
Ages. The present season
marked the seventh con-
secutive year of excavations
in the City of David — bibli-
cal Jerusalem.
Prof. Shiloh also stated
that the first phase of major
archaeological excavation
work in the City of David
has now been concluded,
and efforts are now being
concentrated on developing
an archaeological garden
there for visitors. The gar-
den, which will feature ob-
servation points, walkways,
stone benches and landscap-
ing, will include Area "G" of
the excavations as well as
Warren's Shaft, an ancient
underground tunnel that
was used to convey water
into the City of David. Area
"G" features remains of
Canaanite and Israeli

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CUSTOM PAINTING
AND WALLPAPERING

Friday, October 12, 1984 101

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48075.

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student, 30 (looks younger),
seeks successful, marriage
minded athletic male, late 20's to
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_
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Send orders to M.D G. Israeli Imports Ltd.
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and other special oc-
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juggling,
Clowns,
magic, music, dance,
puppets, balloon
sculpture
Call Mary Ellen
273-6716

Aerial view of Area"G" in the City ofDavid shows the dig at
the end of the excavation phase and the beginning of the
restoration phase.

citadels, dating back to the
second millenium BCE, as
well as remains from the
Second Temple period.
As in past seasons, the ex-
cavations were carried out
through the aassistance of
dozens of volunteers from
all over the world, both in-
dividuals and groups from
the University of California
at San Diego, the Univer-
sity of Cape Town, Ambas-
sador College, and others.
Recently, work has been
concentrated on four exca-
vation areas. Three of them
are located in what was the
lower City of David, where,
in the last few years, re-
mains of Israelite
Jerusalem, on the eve of the

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Babylonian destruction,
had been revealed. Now, a
large structure has been
uncovered, dating from the
10th Century BCE, the
reign of David and Solomon.
This is the first time that
residential units have been
discovered from this impor-
tant period in the city's his-
tory, when Jerusalem
served as the capital of Is-
rael and Judea.
Other major finds related
to residential structures be-
longing to the Canaanite,
Middle Bronze Age II period
(early 18th Century BCE),
which were uncovered near
bedrock next to the city
wall. In one of them, several
unusual objects were found,
including incised bone in-
lays, decorated with

geometrical patterns of cut-
outs of bird figures, other
bone objects, some serving
as pieces from games, carne-
lian beads, and a decorated
stone seal.
A surprising discovery
was made of pieces of gold
leaf, which had served to
coat or decorate vessels or
statuettes made of wood or
other metal. The excavators
are now trying to under-
stand the function of this
building with its rich finds.
This particular period of
Jerusalem is depicted in the
Bible as being connected
with Melchizedek, King of
Salem.
Excavations have been
completed in Area "G". The
archaeologists concentrated
on clarifying the structural
phases in the fortifications
revealed by previous ex-
cavators atop the crest and
overlooking the eastern
slope. This fortification line
principally served the "first
wall" from the Second Tem-
ple period, as well as the
Byzantine wall.
Beneath these, and di-
rectly on the bedrock, part
of an impressive fortifica-
tion was revealed, con-
structed of rather large
stones and preserved to a
height of about four meters.
While this portion might
have served the city during
the time of Nehemiah, it
may have originally been
part of the foundation for
the Iron Age II Israelite
citadel, defended'on the
slope by the stepped stone
structure investigated over
the past few seasons.

Visiting prof at Hebrew U.
studies baboon behavior

Jerusalem — The young
female walks up to the older
and much larger female ba-
boon, pushes her away and
gobbles her food. Glenn
Hausfater, a Lady Davis
Visiting Professor at the ;-
Hebrew University of
Jerusalem, spent 12 years
in Africa researching how
this could happen, since in
most of the animal king-
dom, might makes right.
Prof. Hausfater, of the
University of Missouri at
Columbia, studies "evolu-
tionary ethology," i.e., the
evolution of animal be-
havior. He has particularly
occupied himself with ba-
boons because of their com-
plex social structure.
The spunky, 3-year-old
female baboon who pushed
away her elder gave Prof.
Hausfater near proof that
dominance rank within the
group is not won by might
but reflected the status of
one's family. The little bul-
ly's mother had been chief
bully in her day, too.
The first time he watched
the young baboon assert
herself, Prof. Hausfater was

surprised. "But the next
thing I knew," he said, "the
little female did that
again."
Her tyrannical tenden-
cies might have been dis-
missed with the argument,
"She's small, but the other
baboons know that her
mother could beat them up."
But, according to Prof.
Hausfater, this baboon's
mother was dead. Clearly, a
hierarchy had evolved
within this society, and the
young baboon was heiress to
her mother's position.
In Israel, as in most of the
world, said the professor,
the study of evolutionary
ethology has been quite
limited. An evolutionary —
as opposed to descriptive —
approach to animal be-
havior is a very recent de-
velopment in the biological
sciences, he said, with most
researchers concentrated in
England and America.
Thus, Prof. Hausfater has
been teaching a basic,
semester-long course on
evolutionary ethology in
the Zoology Department at
the Hebrew University.

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