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By John Laughlin

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ISBN-13: 9780415159937

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Archaeology and the Bible examines new advancements in archaeological reveals within the close to East, fairly Palestine, which are on the topic of the Bible. more recent box methodologies, neighborhood surveys and inventive syntheses have all had an impression on conventional ways to taking a look at those discoveries. John C. H. Laughlin examines those new advancements and discusses what they suggest for religious study.

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Egyptian connections There is considerable evidence for the presence of Egyptians in Palestine, particularly in the coastal region, during EB I. Much of this evidence comes from the site of Tel ‘Erani, where more than 1000 Egyptian pottery vessels were found (Ben-Tor 1991; Brandl 1992, 1997). In the past, this evidence has been interpreted as a sign of Egyptian military oppression. ”17 In his study, Ward (1991) concluded that Egyptian colonists were present in the northern Sinai and Negev during EB I for “commercial,” not military reasons.

What is the nature of the relationship between the culture of the EB IV era and the preceding EB II–I II? What connections, if any, existed between this culture and the following Middle Bronze Age? The Neolithic through the Early Bronze Age 51 While final answers to these and other questions are still lacking, in some cases older theories and conclusions have been replaced, or seriously modified. In the 1960s and 1970s it was popular to argue for a complete break between the period called here “EB IV” and the preceding urban era.

This break was usually attributed to an invasion by Amorites or some other group from the north (so Kenyon 1979: 119–47; cf. Lapp 1970; de Vaux 1971). ” Because so little was known about this period, there was also disagreement (and there still is) over what to call it. Kenyon, based mainly on her interpretation of tomb remains from Jericho, called it the “Intermediate Early Bronze–Middle Bronze” (1979: 119). Others have called it “Middle Bronze I” (cf. the terminology in NEAEHL and the OEANE).

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