From nomadism to monarchy : archaeological and historical aspects of early Israel / edited by Israel Finkelstein and Nadav Na'aman.
|出版者||Jerusalem : Yad Izhak Ben-Zvi|
|出版者||Washington : Israel Exploration Society|
|出版者||: Biblical Archaeology Society|
|大きさ||399 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.|
|内容注記||Upper Galilee in the Late Bronze-Iron I transition Rafael Frankel -- Iron I in Lower Galilee and the margins of the Jezreel Valley Zvi Gal -- "To the land of the Perizzites and the Giants": on the Israelite settlement in the hill country of Manasseh Adam Zertal -- Jerusalem and its vicinity in Iron Age I Amihai Mazar -- "All the hill country of Judah": from a settlement fringe to a prosperous monarchy Avi Ofer -- The Beer-Sheba Valley: from nomadism to monarchy Ze'ev Herzog -- The emergence of Israel: a phase in the cyclic history of Canaan in the third and second millenia BCE Israel Finkelstein -- Socio-political transformations in the central hill country in the Late Bronze-Iron I transition Shlomo Bunimovitz -- Theoretical speculations on the transition from nomadism to monarchy Juval Portugali -- The "Conquest of Canaan" in the Book of Joshua and in history -- Nadav Na'aman -- Egyptians, Canaanites, and Philistines in the period of the emergence of Israel Itamar Singer -- Subsistence economy in Iron Age I Baruch Rosen.
The cult-stands from Taanach: aspects of the iconographic tradition of Early Iron Age cult objects in Palestine Pirhiya Beck.
|一般注記||"This is an extended and updated version of the Hebrew book [Mi-navadut li-melukhah] (published in Jerusalem in 1990) ... All the articles were revised and updated, and two papers are published in this volume for the first time"--P. 14.
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
|件 名||Jews--History--To 1200 B.C.