|Died||December 14, 2005|
|Known for||Ancient Pottery of the Holy Land|
Ruth Amiran (Hebrew: רות עמירן; b. 1914, d. December 14, 2005) was an Israeli archaeologist whose 1970 book Ancient Pottery of the Holy Land: From Its Beginnings in the Neolithic Period to the End of the Iron Age is a standard reference for archaeologists working in Israel. She received the Israel Prize in 1982.
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