By p>Jonathan M. Golden
Ancient Canaan and Israel takes readers past the scriptural portrayals of the area and into the typical lives of Canaanites and Israelites. It attracts on lately came upon archaeological proof and clean interpretations of biblical and extrabiblical texts to teach how archaeologists and different researchers reconstruct the various elements of those civilizations—political, geographic, social, monetary, spiritual, technological, and aesthetic.
For skilled students or enthusiastic novices, it really is an enlightening portrayal of the folk and the land of Canaan and Israel, which strains many recognized religious and cultural traditions again to their historic roots. it's also an aim creation to a few much-debated subject matters, akin to the destiny of the Canaanite cultures, the origins of the Israelites, and the historic accuracy of the Bible.
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Html). il/english/main. htm). The Hebrew Union College–Jewish Institute of Religion (Jerusalem) has a Museum of Biblical Archaeology in addition to the S. Zalman and Ayala Abramov Library. Tel Aviv University has the Mehlmann Library of Jewish Studies and the Library of the Department of Archaeology. In Jordan, there is the Amman Archaeological Museum. uchicago. org). edu/~nelc/), the Center for Middle Eastern Studies, and the Shelby White–Leon Levy Program for Archaeological Publications. The Hebrew Union College has programs at its various campus locations, including the School of Graduate Studies in Cincinnati and the F.
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