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Jerusalem From the Bronze Age to the Maccabees (Cities Of The Biblical World Series)

Graeme AuldMargreet Steiner
Jerusalem From the Bronze Age to the Maccabees (Cities Of The Biblical World Series)

Jerusalem From the Bronze Age to the Maccabees (Cities Of The Biblical World Series)

Graeme AuldMargreet Steiner

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This volume charts the major discoveries of Jerusalem, and relates them to our interpretation of the Bible. It includes the work on the east slopes of Ophel, where British excavators have made an important contribution to the archaeology of the city.

- Publisher From the Cities of the Biblical World series - a series presenting the results of recent archaeological developments at major Biblical sites for the general reader, the student and the tourist. Say 'Ancient Jerusalem' and people think of the City of David, the sack by the Babylonians, Herod the Great and the splendours of his temple in this City of the Biblical World. In Jerusalem: Volume I - From the Bronze Age to the Maccabees, Graeme Auld and Margreet Steiner use fresh biblical and archaeological evidence, including Kathleen Kenyon's and Ygal Shiloh's excavations, to help clarify the earlier history of the holy city of three great world religions. The authors describe Jerusalem's development from its origins in the Middle Bronze Age, through the mysterious Millo that features in the stories of David and Solomon, and present the evidence of its prosperity in the 7th century BCE: the domesticity of that period is illustrated by its Greek wine jars, footbaths, toilet seats, fishbones

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This volume charts the major discoveries of Jerusalem, and relates them to our interpretation of the Bible. It includes the work on the east slopes of Ophel, where British excavators have made an important contribution to the archaeology of the city.
- Publisher

From the Cities of the Biblical World series - a series presenting the results of recent archaeological developments at major Biblical sites for the general reader, the student and the tourist. Say 'Ancient Jerusalem' and people think of the City of David, the sack by the Babylonians, Herod the Great and the splendours of his temple in this City of the Biblical World. In Jerusalem: Volume I - From the Bronze Age to the Maccabees, Graeme Auld and Margreet Steiner use fresh biblical and archaeological evidence, including Kathleen Kenyon's and Ygal Shiloh's excavations, to help clarify the earlier history of the holy city of three great world religions. The authors describe Jerusalem's development from its origins in the Middle Bronze Age, through the mysterious Millo that features in the stories of David and Solomon, and present the evidence of its prosperity in the 7th century BCE: the domesticity of that period is illustrated by its Greek wine jars, footbaths, toilet seats, fishbones
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Meet the Authors

Graeme Auld

GRAEME AULD is a PhD student at Yale University's School of Forestry and Environmental Studies.

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  • Catalogue Code 92132
  • Product Code 0718829018
  • EAN 9780718829018
  • Pages 114
  • Department Academic
  • Category Biblical Studies
  • Sub-Category Archaeology
  • Publisher Lutterworth Press
  • Publication Date Jul 1996
  • Dimensions 210 x 147 x 6 mm
  • Weight 0.181kg

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