Archaeology of Ancient Israel


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For nearly two centuries, Israel has been an archaeological hotspot. The scholarly attention devoted to the analysis of the discoveries and sites has resulted in a plethora of information. The interpretation of the archaeological remains allows us to understand the nature of the Old Testament texts and their relationship to Israelite culture. This course presents and integrates archaeological and historical data as it explores the origin, interaction, conflicts, and historicity of Ancient Israel and their neighbours. We will investigate these distinct lines of evidence in order to obtain an accurate reconstruction of the social, political and economic nature of Israelite life. In addition, you will learn about ongoing debates associated with the material culture and the complex relationship between archaeological data and historical narratives.

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