Tomb group A 67N, part of tomb A 67N, held three skulls, long bones, other human remains, 9 pots and one stone vase. Each of the skulls had corresponding bones, leaving only fragments of a fourth skull, belonging to child, unrepresented in the bone pile. One basalt bowl was found in the shaft of A 67 and was listed under the artifacts of A 67N.Thomas R. Schaub and Walter E. Rast,Bâb Edh-Dhra: Excavation in the Cemetery Directed by Paul W. Lapp (Winona Lake: American School of Oriental Research, 1989) (p.91-98)
The pottery from A 67N was sold to the Western Theological Seminary in Holland, Michigan. Robert Coughenour was the contact for Western Theological Seminary, and in his 1981 response to Nancy Lapp, he stated that Western had received the pots (it was also noted that some pots were damaged during transportation) and had put them on and archaeological display when they were first received. However, he also mentions in this letter that the pots were no longer on display, but they would be placed on the sixth floor of Western’s new library once it had been constructed.Correspondence from Robert Coughenour to Nancy Lapp, 26 January 1981. Currently, the pots are in storage at Western Theological Seminary.Correspondence from Ann Nieuwkoop to Jennifer Lascon, 29 January 2018.
|↑1||Correspondence from Nancy Lapp to ASOR Corporation Representatives 1977, 058 Lapp-ASOR December 1977, ASOR Archival, Department of Anthropology, DePaul University, Chicago IL|
|↑2||Thomas R. Schaub and Walter E. Rast,Bâb Edh-Dhra: Excavation in the Cemetery Directed by Paul W. Lapp (Winona Lake: American School of Oriental Research, 1989) (p.91-98)|
|↑3||Correspondence from Robert Coughenour to Nancy Lapp, 26 January 1981.|
|↑4||Correspondence from Ann Nieuwkoop to Jennifer Lascon, 29 January 2018.|