Archaelogy and the biblical record

220.93 A456a 2014

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Archaelogy and the biblical record

Alpert, Bernard

Lanham, MD Hamilton Books 2012

93 p. illustrated 23 cm.

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In the 6th century BCE, Jerusalem and Judea were destroyed by the Babylonians. This traumatic event created the need to construct and articulate a comprehensive past that would give meaningful context to the identity of the Israelites. New modes of communal organization and worship during this period formed the foundation of Second Temple Jerusalem and early Christianity.

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ISBN:

978-0-7618-5835-5

Author:

Alpert, Bernard

Title:

Archaelogy and the biblical record Bernard Alpert, Fran Alpert

Publisher:

Lanham, MD Hamilton Books 2012

Physical:

93 p. illustrated 23 cm.

Summary:

In the 6th century BCE, Jerusalem and Judea were destroyed by the Babylonians. This traumatic event created the need to construct and articulate a comprehensive past that would give meaningful context to the identity of the Israelites. New modes of communal organization and worship during this period formed the foundation of Second Temple Jerusalem and early Christianity.

Subject:

Archaeology

Subject:

Biblical--History

Subject:

Biblical record

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