By Nadav Na'aman
In the course of the earlier 3 many years, Nadav Na'aman has again and again proved that he's probably the most cautious historians of historic Canaan and Israel. With wide services, he has introduced jointly archaeology, textual content, and the inscriptional fabric from the entire historic close to East to undergo at the background of historic Israel and the land of Canaan through the moment and primary millenniums B.C.E. lots of his reviews were released as magazine articles or notes and but, jointly, they represent the most very important our bodies of literature at the topic in recent times, fairly as a result of the cautious consciousness to method that Na'aman continuously has delivered to his paintings.
This ultimate quantity within the 3-volume set of Na'aman's gathered essays comprises 29 essays. one of the subject matters addressed are: the assets to be had to Israel's historians overdue within the first millennium B.C.E.; the truth at the back of the narratives with regards to the background of the United Monarchy; the influence of the author's personal time at the composition of the histories of Saul, David, and Solomon; and the contributions of archaeology to the research of the 10th century B.C.E. during protecting those issues, Na'aman touches on issues reminiscent of background and historiography, textual and literary difficulties, ancient geography, society, management, cult, and religion.
Read Online or Download Collected Essays, Volume 3: Ancient Israel's History and Historiography: The First Temple Period PDF
Best israel & palestine books
Through the moment Palestinian intifada, Philip C. Winslow labored within the West financial institution with the United international locations reduction and Works organization (UNRWA), riding as much as six hundred miles every week among nearly each Palestinian city, village, and refugee camp and each Israeli checkpoint within the occupied territory. He back ahead of the onset of the 2006 battle among Israel and Hizbollah in Lebanon.
With new talks within the center East Peace approach approximately to start, the shadows of prior negotiations fall seriously throughout all concerned. during this strong and soaking up testimony, certainly one of best figures of the Oslo talks, former major Minister Ahmed Qurie (‘Abu Ala’) takes us in the back of closed doorways and contained in the negotiating rooms of Wye River, Stockholm and Camp David, the place the phrases of peace and a Palestinian nation have been sketched out, argued over, and at last misplaced.
Ebook by way of Beit-Hallahmi, Benjamin
Additional resources for Collected Essays, Volume 3: Ancient Israel's History and Historiography: The First Temple Period
In Search of History. Historiography in the Ancient World and the Origins of Biblical History. New Haven and London. J. 1993. The Walls of Jerusalem. From the Canaanites to the Mamluks. (Mediterranean Archaeology Supplement 4). Sydney. Zertal, A. 1994. “To the Land of the Perizzites and the Giants”: On the Israelite Settlement in the Hill Country of Manasseh. In: Finkelstein, I. and Na’aman, N. eds. From Nomadism to Monarchy. Archaeological and Historical Aspects of Early Israel. Jerusalem: 47–69.
Both were able to recruit an enormous number of chariots and troops for battle. 4. Aram Damascus was under their power. ” No king of Damascus is mentioned in the account of David’s wars. The absence of a king is explained by the assumption that the author deliberately described Damascus as a conquered district in Hadadezer’s kingdom that sent troops to support its lord after his defeat (2 Sam. 8:5–6). It was only after David’s death that Damascus became the seat of its own king (2 Kgs. 11:23–24).
1953. Die Landnahme der Israeliten in Palästina. In: Kleine Schriften zur Geschichte des Volkes Israel 1. München: 89–125. (Original publication: 1925. Reformationsprogramm der Universität Leipzig). Barthélemy, D. 1982. Critique textuelle de l’Aneien Testament. vol. 1: Josué, Juges, Ruth, Samuel, Rois, Chroniques, Esdras, Néhémie, Esther. (Orbis Biblicus et Orientalis 50/1). Fribourg and Göttingen. Donner, H. 1984. Geschichte des Volkes Israel und seiner Nachbarn in Grundzügen. Vol. 1: Von den Anfängen bis zur Staatenbildungszeit.