Collected Essays, Volume 3: Ancient Israel's History and by Nadav Na'aman

By Nadav Na'aman

During the earlier 3 many years, Nadav Na'aman has time and again proved that he's some of the most cautious historians of historical Canaan and Israel. With huge services, he has introduced jointly archaeology, textual content, and the inscriptional fabric from the entire historic close to East to undergo at the heritage of historical Israel and the land of Canaan in the course of the moment and primary millenniums B.C.E. lots of his reports were released as magazine articles or notes and but, jointly, they represent essentially the most vital our bodies of literature at the topic in recent times, rather due to the cautious cognizance to technique that Na'aman regularly has dropped at his paintings.

This ultimate quantity within the 3-volume set of Na'aman's accrued essays includes 29 essays. one of the issues addressed are: the assets on hand to Israel's historians overdue within the first millennium B.C.E.; the truth at the back of the narratives in relation to the heritage of the United Monarchy; the impact of the author's personal time at the composition of the histories of Saul, David, and Solomon; and the contributions of archaeology to the examine of the 10th century B.C.E. during overlaying those subject matters, Na'aman touches on issues reminiscent of background and historiography, textual and literary difficulties, historic geography, society, management, cult, and religion.

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