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Israel


See Main Page for a guide to all contents of all sections.

Contents
People of Israel

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Pre-Israelite Canaan/Palestine/Syria

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The Bible as a Source

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Ethnogenesis

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Moses and Monotheism

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Conquest of the Land (1250-1000 BCE?)

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The National Monarchy (c.1020-586 BCE)

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The Exile (587-538 BCE)

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The Prophets (750-550 BCE)

  • Amos (8th Cent. BCE): Book of Amos [At this Site]
    The first of the prophets to write.
  • Jeremiah (526-586 BCE), Jeremiah 7-8, 23, 31 .[At Bible Gateway]
    The notion of a "new covenant".
  • Second Isaiah (c.550 )[from Isaiah 40 on] [At Bible Gateway]

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Mythological Foundations

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Hellenistic Judaisms: Diasporas

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Hellenistic Judaism: Religious Development

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Rabbinic Judaism

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Gender and Judaism

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Modern Perspectives on Ancient Israel

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NOTES:

Dates of accession of material added since July 1998 can be seen in the New Additions page..

The date of inception was 4/8/1998.

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