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The Bible Unearthed : Archaeology's New Vision of Ancient Israel and the Origin of Its Sacred Texts (Reprint): Finkelstein, Israel/ Silberman, Neil Asher: BOOKS KINOKUNIYA
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The Bible Unearthed : Archaeology's New Vision of Ancient Israel and the Origin of Its Sacred Texts (Reprint)
The Bible Unearthed : Archaeology's New Vision of Ancient Israel and the Origin of Its Sacred Texts (Reprint)
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Published Date : 2002/06
Binding : Paperback
ISBN : 9780684869131

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Book Description
Source: ENG
Academic Descriptors: A17603000 A13502500
Academic Level: Extracurricular
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Table of Contents
 
Prologue: In the Days of King Josiah               1  (3)
Introduction: Archaeology and the Bible            4  (23)
PART ONE The Bible as History?
  Searching for the Patriarchs                     27 (21)
  Did the Exodus Happen?                           48 (24)
  The Conquest of Canaan                           72 (25)
  Who Were the Israelites?                         97 (26)
  Memories of a Golden Age?                        123(26)
PART TWO The Rise and Fall of Ancient Israel
  One State, One Nation, One People? (c.           149(20)
  930-720 BCE)
  Israel's Forgotten First Kingdom (884-842 BCE)   169(27)
  In the Shadow of Empire (842-720 BCE)            196(33)
PART THREE Judah and the Making of Biblical
History
  The Transformation of Judah (c. 930-705 BCE)     229(22)
  Between War and Survival (705-639 BCE)           251(24)
  A Great Reformation (639-586 BCE)                275(21)
  Exile and Return (586-c. 440 BCE)                296(19)
Epilogue: The Future of Biblical Israel            315(4)
Appendix A: Theories of the Historicity of the     319(7)
Patriarchal Age
Appendix B: Searching for Sinai                    326(3)
Appendix C: Alternative Theories of the            329(11)
Israelite Conquest
Appendix D: Why the Traditional Archaeology of     340(5)
the Davidic and Solomonic Period Is Wrong
Appendix E: Identifying the Era of Manasseh in     345(2)
the Archaeological Record
Appendix F: How Vast Was the Kingdom of Josiah?    347(7)
Appendix G: The Boundaries of the Province of      354(2)
Yehud
Bibliography                                       356(17)
Index                                              373
 
A radical new theory about the origins of the Old Testament challenges traditional notions about ancient Israel, such as the power of David and Solomon and the historicity of the Exodus story. Reprint. 25,000 first printing.DA(01): Simon & Schuster Australia