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The Old Testament in Archaeology and History Hardcover – October 11, 2017
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"The Old Testament in Archaeology and History is an up-to-date and accessible synthesis of ancient Israel which blends archaeology, ancient history, and biblical studies. The list of contributors is stellar, the topics covered are of great interest, and the research is cutting-edge. Editors and authors alike are to be commended for the material presented in this volume, which will be of tremendous use to a new generation of students."―Eric H. Cline, Professor of Classics and Anthropology, The George Washington University
"This useful volume, written by experts in accessible, straightforward prose, is up-to-date, thorough, easy to follow, and beautifully illustrated. It demonstrates that evidence from both archaeology and the ancient texts is needed to bring the world of the biblical writers to life."―Andrea M. Berlin, James R. Wiseman Chair in Classical Archaeology, Boston University
"This volume is a breath of fresh air for the genre of Bible and History/Archaeology. The generation of scholars writing in this volume place the archaeology and history before the text, something slightly unusual for this genre but greatly appreciated. The range of articles provides students with the history of the field of archaeology but also the history of scholarly thought on all topics. This volume truly is the text that should be used to educate the next generation of students."―Tammi J. Schneider, Professor of Religion, Claremont Graduate University
About the Author
Jennie Ebeling is Associate Professor of Archaeology at the University of Evansville.
J. Edward Wright is Professor of Hebrew Bible and Early Judaism at the University of Arizona.
Mark Elliott is Adjunct Professor of Judaic Studies at the University of Arizona.
Paul V. M. Flesher is Professor of Religious Studies at the University of Wyoming.
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