Israelsemergence - Israel's Emergence Appearance Conquest Peaceful Infiltration Peasant Revolt Models and the Iron I period Historical Geography

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Israel’s Emergence/ Appearance Conquest, Peaceful Infiltration, Peasant Revolt Models, and the Iron I period
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Historical Geography Central hill country central: Ephraim, Manasseh Spread from there in hills, not on coast or in valleys Israelite sites identified by group of features: 4-room houses, collar-rim pithoi, terraced hillsides, hewn cisterns Central hills settled in 13th c. BCE
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Modern Politics The main Iron Age text is the Bible The Bible tends to support Zionism Most of Israel’s neighbor’s anti-Zionist Archaeology might mesh with Biblical history Archaeology might be used to support Zionism Minimize Iron Age Archaeology in Arab lands.
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4 room house isometric
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Israelite Markers? 4 room house
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Israelite Markers?
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Israelite Markers?
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Israelite Markers? Collar Rim Pithoi
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Ethnicity in Archaeology Urban/ rural dichotomy Nested Ethnicities: Canaanite > Israelite > Tribe > clan > family Wobst - Yugoslavian clothing
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Historiography of conquest/ settlement
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This note was uploaded on 04/02/2008 for the course NES 372 taught by Professor Limmer during the Spring '08 term at University of Arizona- Tucson.

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Israelsemergence - Israel's Emergence Appearance Conquest Peaceful Infiltration Peasant Revolt Models and the Iron I period Historical Geography

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