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It was during this time period that he first visited the Holy Land.
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Over his career, he developed an intimate knowledge of the land's rich history. As an expert on ancient pottery , he was able to match small ceramic fragments to distinct time periods. He was the first to identify some ancient wares such as the Edomite and Midianite pottery , re-discovered what is now called Negevite pottery , and  surveyed many unknown sites in the Transjordan. Rommel was stopped, however, and the plan was not needed.
In the s, Glueck discovered remains of the advanced Nabataean civilization in Jordan. Glueck worked with Israeli leaders to build an irrigation system modeled on that of the Nabataeans. Glueck's scholarship led to personal relationships with many world leaders: he delivered the benediction at President John F.
He was the author of several books on archaeology, religion, and the intersection of the two. They include Explorations in Eastern Palestine 4 vol. Even though he worked to develop a historical understanding of biblical events and argued that the archaeological finds do affirm the biblical descriptions,  he always maintained that his faith was not based on a literal interpretation of the bible.
To do that, he once said, would be to "confuse fact with faith, history with holiness, science with religion.
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