Historical Biblical Archaeology And The Future

Author: Thomas Evan Levy
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134937466
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The book serves as a model for how researchers can investigate the relationship between ancient texts (both sacred and profane) and the archaeological record.

The Future Of Biblical Archaeology

Author: James Karl Hoffmeier
Publisher: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing
ISBN: 9780802821737
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Argued to be a product of self-examination the authors in this volume suggest that the discipline has, and in some cases continues, to be misunderstood and indeed has a contribution to make to archaeology and history.

Biblical Archaeology A Very Short Introduction

Author: Eric H Cline
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 9780199741076
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About the Series: Combining authority with wit, accessibility, and style, Very Short Introductions offer an introduction to some of life's most interesting topics.

Interpreting Ancient Israelite History Prophecy And Law

Author: John H. Hayes
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
ISBN: 163087440X
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Freedman, David Noel. “Archaeology and the Future of Biblical studies 1. The
Biblical languages.” In The Bible in Modern Scholarship, edited by J. Philip Hyatt,
294–312. Nashville: Abingdon, 1965. Haupt, Paul. “Midian und sinai.” Zeitschrift
der Deutschen Morganländischen Gesellschaft 63 (1909) 506–30. Hayes, John
H., and J. Maxwell Miller, editors. Israelite and Judaean History. OTl. Philadelphia
: Westminster, 1977. Keller, Werner. The Bible as History: A Confirmation ofthe
Book ...

Israel Geschichte Und Gegenwart

Author: Brigitte Bailer
ISBN: 9783700316954
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Historical Biblical Archaeology and the Future - The New Pragmatism, London
Corsane, Gerard (ed.) (2005): Heritage, Museums and Galleries: An Introductory
Reader, Routledge Diaz-Andreu, MargaritaI Champion, Timothy (eds.) (1996):
Nationalism and Archaeology in Europe, Boulder Dietler, Michael (1994): "Our
Ancestors the Gauls": Archaeology, Ethnic Nationalism and the Manipulation of
Celtic Identity in Modern Europe, in American Anthropologist 96, pp. 584-605 Dor
-Shav, ...

Insights From Archaeology

Author: David A. Fiensy
Publisher: Fortress Press
ISBN: 1506401082
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In this volume, David A. Fiensy provides a brief survey of a discipline that was once called “biblical archaeology” and describes how the conception of the field has changed; recounts how key discoveries have opened up new ...

The Old Testament And The Archaeologist

Author: Hubert Darrell Lance
Publisher: Fortress Press
ISBN: 9781451409208
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Although the impact of this new knowledge on biblical matters is briefly surveyed, the main concern of this book is with the methods that archaeologists use in going about their work.

The Hebrew Bible

Author: Frederick E. Greenspahn
Publisher: NYU Press
ISBN: 0814731872
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Biblical Israel is an ancient literary construct given form more than 2,000 years
ago, while historical/archaeological Israel is a modern construct, a composite
picture grounded in material remains, informed by biblical testimony, and fleshed
out ... Ziony Zevit categorizes professional and institutional reasons both for and
against changing the name (“Biblical Archaeology versus Syro-Palestinian
Archaeology,” in The Future of Biblical Archaeology: Reassessing Methodologies
and ...

The Oxford History Of The Biblical World

Author: Michael David Coogan
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
ISBN: 0195139372
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A fifteenth-century date is also possible, although one must discard adherence to
the biblical narrative as the major criterion for evaluation, since separating the
Exodus and conquest does violence to the narrative's theological design. If one
assumes more generally that the Exodus reflects an encapsulation and
telescoping of Egyptian imperial power, then the events could be dated at any
time in the Late Bronze Age. Some future historical or archaeological discovery
may provide ...