The Land Between The Two Rivers: Early Israelite Identities in TransjordanSource: http://bit.ly/1lzWs32
By: Thomas Petter, Associate Professor at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary
Were there Israelites in Transjordan in the early Iron Age? How would we know from archaeology? Or if not Israelites (and Moabites), who should we be looking for?
The task of plotting identities in the past is tricky business. It becomes even more problematic when opinions diverge dramatically about the value of artifacts for historical reconstruction. The question is routinely raised regarding the history of early Israel in the southern Levant whether archaeology can recover anything that speaks to identities during………. Read MoreRead and find more great archaeology blogs at: Archaeology Blog Project
The Land Between The Two Rivers: Early Israelite Identities in Transjordan
Source: http://bit.ly/1lzWs32

By: Thomas Petter,¬†Associate Professor at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary Were there Israelites in Transjordan in the early Iron Age? How would we know from archaeology? Or if not Israelites (and Moabites), who should we be looking for? The task of plotting identities in the past is tricky business. It becomes even more problematic when opinions diverge dramatically about the value of artifacts for historical reconstruction. The question is routinely raised regarding the history of early Israel in the southern Levant whether archaeology can recover anything that speaks to identities during………. Read More


Read and find more great archaeology blogs at: Archaeology Blog Project

  1. vibrant-miind reblogged this from archaeoblogs
  2. archaeoblogs posted this
Short URL for this post: http://tmblr.co/ZfUNLr1IjMLRl