The Oxford History of the Biblical World

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The Oxford History
of the Biblical World

Edited by Michael D. Coogan

OXFORD
UNIVERSITY PRESS

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  • Title Page *
  • Contents v
  • List of Maps vii
  • Preface ix
  • The Oxford History of the Biblical World *
  • Prologue - The Earliest History 3
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  • Chapter One - Syria-Palestine in the Bronze Age 25
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  • Chapter Two - Israel in and Out of Egypt 58
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  • Chapter Three - The Emergence of Ancient Israel 90
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  • Chapter Four - The Era of the Judges 132
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  • Chapter Five - The Early Monarchy 165
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  • Chapter Six - Judah and Israel from the Death of Solomon to the Fall of Samaria 206
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  • Chapter Seven - From the Assyrian Conquest of Israel to the Fall of Babylon 242
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  • Chapter Eight - The Persian Period 276
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  • Chapter Nine - Jews and Judaism in the Hellenistic Period 317
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  • Chapter Ten - From Pompey to the First Jewish Revolt 352
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  • Chapter Eleven - The Jesus Movement in the Roman World 388
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  • Epilogue - Jews and Christians in the Roman Empire 420
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  • Chronology 447
  • General Bibliography 453
  • Contributors 456
  • Index 459
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