The Manasseh Hill Country survey 2

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BRILL, 2004 - History - 795 pages
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The book presents the results of a complete and detailed archaeological survey in the area of ancient Shechem and Samaria. This survey is being conducted since 1978, and it relates to some 400 square kilometers of the heartland of the central hill country of Israel/Palestine. It is a detailed and thorough archaeological and historical work, which deals with the most important area for Biblical and other researches. This territory and its survey is a most valuable tool for every scholar involved in Bible, Theology, Ancient Near Eastern history and other schools concerned.
 

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Contents

CHAPTER
7
CHAPTER THREE
103
CHAPTER FOUR
115
CHAPTER FIVE
155
CHAPTER
199
CHAPTER SEVEN
229
CHAPTER EIGHT
311
CHAPTER NINE
349
CHAPTER TWELVE
507
CHAPTER THIRTEEN
553
GENERAL BIBLIOGRAPHY
643
APPENDIX
659
APPENDIX
739
INDICES
768
List of Arabic Villages and Their Population
783
List of Sites by Period
793

CHAPTER
403
CHAPTER ELEVEN
417

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Adam Zertal, Ph.D. Tel Aviv University, is Professor of Near Eastern Archaeology at the University of Haifa, Israel. He has dedicated most of his career to the survey of Manasseh and research of that territory. His works include Arubboth, Hepher and the Third Solomonic District (Tel Aviv, 1984), The Israelite Settlement in the Hill Country of Manasseh ( 1988), and The Manasseh Hill Country Survey (Tel Aviv and Haifa, 1992/1996/2000). He is involved in the Manasseh Survey, several excavations, and various other activities. He excavated the altar on Mount Ebal, el-Ahwat, and other Biblical sites.

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