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Title The Oxford history of the biblical world / edited by Michael D. Coogan
Published New York : Oxford University Press, 1998
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Description 1 online resource (xii, 643 pages) : illustrations, maps
Contents In the beginning : the earliest history / Michael D. Coogan -- Before Israel : Syria-Palestine in the Bronze Age / Wayne T. Pitard -- Bitter lives : Israel in and out of Egypt / Carol A. Redmount -- Forging an identity : the emergence of ancient Israel / Lawrence E. Stager -- "There was no king in Israel" : the era of the judges / Jo Ann Hackett -- Kinship and kingship : the early monarchy / Carol Meyers -- A land divided : Judah and Israel from the death of Solomon to the fall of Samaria / Edward F. Campbell Jr. -- Into exile : from the Assyrian conquest of Israel to the fall of Babylon / Mordechai Cogan --Israel among the nations : the Persian period / Mary Joan Winn Leith -- Between Alexandria and Antioch : Jews and Judaism in the Hellenistic period / Leonard J. Greenspoon -- Visions of kingdoms : from Pompey to the first Jewish revolt / Amy-Jill Levine -- Churches in context : the Jesus movement in the Roman world / Daniel N. Schowalter -- Transitions and trajectories : Jews and Christians in the Roman Empire / Barbara Geller
Summary Contains a series of essays in which a variety of scholars offer a chronologically arranged examination of the history, art, architecture, languages, literatures, and religion of biblical Israel and early Judaism and Christianity
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 603-606) and index
Notes Print version record
Subject Bible -- History of Biblical events
Bible -- History of contemporary events
Bible -- Histoire des événements contemporains.
Bible -- Histoire des événements.
Civilization, Ancient
Form Electronic book
Author Coogan, Michael David
ISBN 0199762538 (electronic bk.)
9780199762538 (electronic bk.)
(cl ; alk. paper)
(cl ; alk. paper)