History of Biblical Israel : major problems and minor issues /
This title encompasses the history of Israel from its very beginnings up to the destruction of the First Temple of Jerusalem in 586 BC. Topics covered include: the Exodus and the conquest of Canaan; the rise of the Davidic Dynasty; and the diplomatic, international marriages of Solomon.
|Published:||Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 2001.|
|Series:||Culture and history of the ancient Near East ;
v. 7. |
|Online Access:||eBook Academic Collection (EBSCOhost) Current AU students, faculty, and staff, click here for full text.|
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- The Dawn of Israel
- The Proto-History of Israel: A Study in Method
- Mari and Early Israel
- Pre-Monarchical Social Institutions in Israel in the Light of Mari
- Tribal Societies: Biblical Genealogies and African Lineage Systems
- Forming a Nation
- The Exodus: Egyptian Analogies
- Conquest of Canaan: Israelite Conduct of War According to Biblical Tradition
- The Period of the Judges
- Appendix: The Punishment by Gideon of Succoth and Penuel in the Light of Ancient Near Eastern Treaties
- Charismatic Leadership in the Book of Judges
- The Danite Migration and the Pan-Israelite Exodus-Conquest: A Biblical Narrative Pattern
- The Rise of the Davidic Dynasty
- A Political Look at the Kingdom of David and Solomon and its Relations with Egypt
- Aspects of the Foreign Policies of David and Solomon
- Naamah, The Ammonite Princess, King Solomon's Wife
- Organs of Statecraft in the Israelite Monarchy
- Twilight of Judah and the Destruction of the First Temple
- The Historical Background of the Assassination of Amon, King of Judah
- Josiah's Bid for Armageddon: The Background of the Judaean-Egyptian Encounter in 609 B.C.
- The Twilight of Judah: In the Egyptian-Babylonian Maelstrom
- The Kingdom of Judah between Egypt and Babylon: A Small State within a Great Power Confrontation
- Historical Episodes in the Former Prophets and in the Prophetical Books
- Doctrines of Causality in Hittite and Biblical Historiography: A Parallel
- Military Rationing in Papyrus Anastasi I and the Bible.