Tell Qasile is a Philistine site founded ab novo roughly a generation after the initial Philistine settlement, when Philistine bichrome pottery was being produced; for the final excavation reports, see Amihai Mazar, Excavations at Tell Qasile, Parts One and Two (Jerusalem: Institute of Archaeology, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 1980 and 1985). On the appearance of these hearths throughout the eastern Mediterranean region, particularly in Cyprus, see Vassos Karageorghis, “Hearths and Bathtubs in Cyprus: A ‘Sea Peoples’ Innovation?” in Mediterranean Peoples, pp. 276–282.