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The archaeology of the Israelite settlement

Author: Israel Finkelstein
Publisher: Jerusalem : Israel Exploration Society, 1988.
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Israel Finkelstein
ISBN: 9652210072 9789652210074
OCLC Number: 17762963
Notes: Translation of: Arkheʼologyah shel teḳufat ha-hitnaḥalut ṿeha-Shofṭim.
Credits: Translated [from the Hebrew] by D. Saltz.
Description: 380 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Contents: 1. Introduction and history of research --
Part I: The results of excavations and surveys --
2. The characteristics of Israelite settlement sites --
3. Regional survey of the archaeological data --
Beersheba Valley --
Judean Hills --
Judean desert --
Shephelah --
Benjamin --
Ephraim --
Manasseh --
Sharon --
Jezreel Valley --
Lower Galilee --
Western Galilee --
Upper Galilee and Huleh Valley --
Jordan valley --
Transjordanian Plateau --
Part II: The regional study of the territory of Ephraim --
4. The survey of the territory of Ephraim --
Geographical background --
Demography and subsistence economy --
Sites surveyed --
Pottery --
The settlement pattern of the Iron I period --
5. The Shiloh excavations: preliminary report --
Location and identification --
The Danish excavations --
The new excavations --
Middle Bronze period --
Late Bronze period --
Iron I period --
Iron II period --
Shiloh during the period of Israelite settlement and the Judges: preliminary conclusions Part III: Material culture --
6. Early Israelite architecture --
Elliptical sites: the transition to sedentarization --
Sites with a peripheral belt of pillared buildings --
On the origin of pillared four-room houses --
The influences of Iron I hill country architecture on construction during the monarchy --
The question of fortification --
Silos --
7. Iron I pottery in the Central Hill Country --
Overview --
Collared-rim store jars --
Handles with incisions and holes --
Vessels decorated with figures in relief --
Part IV: The process of Israelite settlement --
8. Archaeological evidence and the schools of scholarship --
The unified military conquest theory --
The peaceful infiltration theory --
The sociological school --
9. Chronological problems of Israelite settlement --
Archaeological evidence for dating the beginning of the process --
Relative chronology of Israelite settlement sites --
10. The magnitude of Israelite settlement --
The expansion of the Israelite population in Canaan --
The size of the Israelite population in Canaan --
11. The nature of Israelite settlement --
The origin of the Israelites --
The manner of Israelite settlement --
12. Summary.
Other Titles: Arkheʼologyah shel teḳufat ha-hitnaḥalut ṿeha-Shofṭim.
Responsibility: Israel Finkelstein ; [translated by D. Saltz].

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