The Land of Israel: Cross-roads of Civilizations : Proceedings of the Conference Held in Brussels from the 3th to the 5th of December 1984 to Mark the Twenty-fifth Anniversary of the Institute of Archaeology Queen Elisabeth of Belgium at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem : in Memory of Prof. Y. Yadin and Prof. Ch. Perelman
Peeters Publishers, Jan 1, 1985 - History - 218 pages
These proceedings of the conference held in Brussels to mark the twenty-fifth anniversary of the Institute of Archaeology Queen Elisabeth of Belgium at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem contains ten substantial studies dealing with the archaeology and history of the Land of Israel and its cultural milieu in biblical times. The main purpose of the conference, stressed in the title of the volume, was to show the rich variety of civilizations that met in this region and influenced its culture. The impact of Bronze Age Palestine, Syria, Egypt, the Philistines, the Persians, the Hellenistic Seleucids, and of course the Hebrew kingdoms of Israel and Juda, made the Land of Israel indeed to a cross-road of civilizations.
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A Finet Le port dEmar sur VEuphrate entre le royaume de Mari
T Dothan Aspects of Egyptian and Philistine Presence in Canaan
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analogies et contrastes
Y Shiloh The Material Culture of Judah and Jerusalem in Iron
Institute of Archaeology - Departments & Units - Biblical Archaeology
The Land of Israel: Cross Roads of Civilizations, Leuven 1985: 1-25. New Light on the Relations between Egypt and Southern Palestine during the Early Bronze ...
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