Israel in Transition: Archaeology Pt. 1: From Late Bronze II to Iron IIA (c. 1250-850 BCE)Hardback Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies
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- Publisher: T.& T.Clark Ltd
- Format: Hardback | 252 pages
- Dimensions: 160mm x 239mm x 18mm | 522g
- Publication date: 30 October 2008
- Publication City/Country: Edinburgh
- ISBN 10: 0567027260
- ISBN 13: 9780567027269
- Illustrations note: 1, black & white illustrations
- Sales rank: 1,028,051
For more than a decade the European Seminar in Historical Methodology has debated the history of ancient Israel (or Palestine or the Southern Levant, as some prefer). A number of different topics have been the focus of discussion and published collections, but several have centered on historical periods. The really seminal period--one of great debates over a number of different topics--is the four centuries between the Late Bronze II and Iron IIA, but it seemed appropriate to leave it toward the end of the various historical periods. It was also important to give a prominent place to archaeology, and the best way to do this seemed to be to have a special Seminar session devoted entirely to archaeology.
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Lester L. Grabbe, MA(Pasadena), PhD(Claremont), DD(Hull), is Professor of Hebrew Bible and Early Judaism at the University of Hull Lester L. Grabbe is Professor of Hebrew Bible and Early Judaism at the University of Hull. Elisabetta Boaretto is Associate Staff Scientist and Director of the Radiocarbon Dating Laboratory at the Weizmann Institute of Science in Rehovot, Israel. Shlomo Bunimovitz is Senior Lecturer in Archaeology at Tel Aviv University. Alexander Fantalkin is in the final stage of writing his PhD thesis at Tel Aviv University. Israel Finkelstein is Jacob M. Alkow Professor of Archaeology of Israel in the Bronze and Iron Ages at Tel Aviv University. Norma Franklin is Coordinator of the Expedition and Field Archaeologist of the Megiddo Expedition, the Institute of Archaeology at Tel Aviv University. Ayelet Gilboa is Lecturer at the Zinman Institute of Archaeology, Haifa University. Lester L. Grabbe is Professor of Hebrew Bible and Early Judaism at the University of Hull. Ann E. Killebrew is Associate Professor of Classics and Mediterranean Studies and Jewish Studies at Pennsylvania State University. Ernst Axel Knauf is Professor of Hebrew Bible and Biblical Archaeology at the University of Bern. Zvi Lederman is Director of the Tel Beth-Shemesh Excavations, Institute of Archaeology at Tel Aviv University. Omri Lernau is a member of the Zinman Institute of Archaeology, Haifa University. Amihai Mazar holds the Eleazar Sukenik Chair in the Archaeology of Israel at the Hebrew University. Beth Alpert Nakhai is Associate Professor of Ancient Israel and Women's Studies at the University of Arizona, Tucson. Eliezer Piasetzky is Professor of Physics at Tel Aviv University. Ronny Reich is Professor at the Zinman Institute of Archaeology, Haifa University. Bruce Routledge is Senior Lecturer in Archaeology at the University of Liverpool. Ilan Sharon is Senior Lecturer in Archaeology at the Hebrew University. Eli Shukron is with the Israel Antiquities Authority. Margreet Steiner is an independent scholar in Leiden. David Ussishkin is Emeritus Professor of the Austria Chair in Archaeology of the Land of Israel in the Biblical Period.
Table of contents
I. INTRODUCTION; LESTER L. GRABBE. Introduction; II. ARTICLES; SHLOMO BUNIMOVITZ, ZVI LEDERMAN; A Border Case: Beth-Shemesh and the Rise of Ancient Israel; ISRAEL FINKELSTEIN, ALEXANDER FANTALKIN, ELIEZER; PIASETZKY; Three Snapshots of the Iron IIA: The Northern Valleys, the Southern; Steppe and Jerusalem; NORMA FRANKLIN; Jezreel: Before and after Jezebel; ANN E. KILLEBREW; Aegean-Style Pottery and Associated Assemblages in the Southern; Levant: Chronological Implications Regarding the Transition from the Late Bronze Age II to the Iron I and the Appearance of the Philistines; ERNST AXEL KNAUF; From Archeology to History, Bronze and Iron Ages with Special; Regard to the Year 1200 BCE, and the Tenth Century; AMIHAI MAZAR; From 1200 to 850 BCE: Remarks on Some Selected Archaeological; Issues; BETH ALPERT NAKHAI; Contextualizing Village Life in the Iron Age I; REICH, RONNY, ELI SHUKRON, OMRI LERNAU; The Iron Age II Finds from the Rock-cut "Pool" near the Spring in Jerusalem: A Preliminary Report; BRUCE ROUTLEDGE; Thinking "Globally" and Analyzing "Locally": South-Central Jordan in Transition; ILAN SHARON, AYELET GILBOA, ELISABETTA BOARETTO; The Iron Age Chronology of the Levant: The State-of-Research at the 14C Dating Project, Spring 2006; MARGREET STEINER; Propaganda in Jerusalem: State Formation in Iron Age Judah; DAVID USSISHKIN The Date of the Philistine Settlement in the Coastal Plain: The View from Megiddo and Lachish; III. CONCLUSIONS; LESTER L. GRABBE; Reflections on the Discussion.