The History of Ancient Palestine

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Table of contents

  • Title Page 3
  • Contents 5
  • Foreword 7
  • Preface 10
  • Editor's Preface 12
  • List of Maps 13
  • List of Illustrations 14
  • Abbreviations 15
  • Introduction 19
  • Chapter 1 - The Land 56
  • Chapter 2 - Prehistoric Time 72
  • Chapter 3 - The Early Bronze Age 112
  • Chapter 4 - The Middle Bronze Age 158
  • Chapter 5 - The Late Bronze Age 217
  • Chapter 6 - The Twelfth Century Bce 282
  • Chapter 7 - The Increase in Settlements During the Thirteenth and Twelfth Centuries Bce 334
  • Chapter 8 - 'Judges' 371
  • Chapter 9 - Transjordan in the Twelfth-Tenth Centuries Bce 391
  • Chapter 10 - The Rise of the Territorial State 421
  • Chapter 11 - Palestine Under David and Solomon 455
  • Chapter 12 - Palestine After Solomon 543
  • Chapter 13 - The Omrides 569
  • Chapter 14 - The Aramean Threat 607
  • Chapter 15 - Transjordan in the Eighth and Seventh Centuries 639
  • Chapter 16 - Palestine in the Assyrian Orbit 665
  • Chapter 17 - Climax and Fall 741
  • Chapter 18 - New Masters 754
  • Chapter 19: The End of the Vassal States 784
  • Chapter 20: Palestine after the Babylonian Campaigns 804
  • Chapter 21: The Persian Period 812
  • Indexes 907
  • Index of Authors 919
  • Index of Personal Names 939
  • Index of Deity Names 946
  • Index of Geographical and Gentilic Terms 949
  • General Index 968
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