Ancient Israel

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Scribes - Ancient Israel
... Scribes in Ancient Israel, as in most of the ancient world, were distinguished professionals who could exercise functions we would associate with lawyers, government ...
Syro-Palestinian Archaeology - Archaeology, History and Modern Arab-Israeli Politics
... More information Politics of Archaeology in Israel and Palestine Nineteenth-century Zionism was founded on the fact that Jews had lived in the land of "Israel" for at least 3,00 ... Shemot (Names Committee) to rename Arab Palestine according to the template of biblical Israel, replacing all Arabic place-names with Jewish names ... on Palestinian lands with the argument (inter alia) that God's promise of the “Land of Israel” to Abraham, provides the Jews a “divine right” to Judea and Samaria ...
Mark S. Smith - Publications
... The Early History of God Yahweh and the Other Deities in Ancient Israel (San Francisco/New York Harper Row, 1990) ... The Origins of Biblical Monotheism Israel's Polytheistic Background and the Ugaritic Texts (New York/Oxford Oxford University Press, 2000) ... Stories From Ancient Canaan (second revised and expanded edition Louisville, KY Westminster John Knox, to be published in 2009) ...
Syro-Palestinian Archaeology - Practitioners - Palestinian
... that history, beginning with the archaeological recovery of ancient Palestine ... Whitelam's book, The Invention of Ancient Israel The Silencing of Palestinian History (1996) and Thompson's book, The Mythic Past Biblical Archaeology and ... Dever describes Whitelam's thesis that Israelis and "Jewish-inspired Christians" invented Israel, thus deliberately robbing Palestinians of their ...

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