In the Footsteps of the Lost Ten Tribes

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Devora Pub., 2007 - History - 452 pages
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The most fascinating legend of Jewish heritage, originating in the mists of history and ending with the greatest riddle in Jewish history, is the legend of the en Lost Tribes the inhabitants of the Kingdom of Israel who were exiled by the Assyrians in 722 BCE.

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Contents

Prologue To a Distant Exile
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The First Stop of the Ten Tribes
23
Four Israelite Tribes Establish a State 43
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About the author (2007)

Dr. Avigdor Shachan, educator, author, and historian, traveled widely to distant countries of central Asia and examined hidden scrolls extracted from dust-laden shelves in libraries. He studied the concealed references of crumbling maps, perused original and translated manuscripts of the chroniclers of the history of the Greeks, the Romans, the Arabs, the Jews, Britons, Chinese and Japanese. He analyzed the testimonies of tourists, adventurers, warriors and missionaries to follow their tracks. In 2003, Dr. Shachan published his findings in the acclaimed Hebrew text, Towards the Sambatyon River - a Journey in the Footsteps of the Ten Tribes.

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