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What mean these stones? The significance of archeology for Biblical studies,

Author: Millar Burrows; American Schools of Oriental Research.
Publisher: New Haven, Conn., American Schools of Oriental Research, 1941.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Burrows, Millar, 1889-1980.
What mean these stones?
New Haven, Conn., The American Schools of Oriental Research, 1941
(OCoLC)650023209
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Millar Burrows; American Schools of Oriental Research.
OCLC Number: 173308
Notes: Map on lining-papers.
Description: xvi, 306 pages including frontispiece, illustrations 24 cm
Contents: I. Introduction --
Revelation and history --
The purpose of archeology --
Archeological method --
Materials of archeology --
Interpretation of archeological evidence --
II. Text and language --
Manuscripts and textual materials --
Their bearing on the text of the Bible --
The languages of the Bible --
Date and composition of the books of the Bible III. General orientation --
Topography --
Chronology --
Political and cultural background, the Bronze Age --
The Iron Age --
The Hellenistic and Roman periods --
IV. Material and secular background --
Houses --
Fortifications --
Weapons and tools --
Pottery --
Other vessels and utensils --
Economic life --
Education, literature, and science --
The arts --
Textiles and clothing V. Religious and ethical background --
Temples --
Sacred objects --
Deities --
Mythology --
Rites and institutions --
Burial and the hereafter --
Social and moral ideals --
VI. Explanations, illustration, and evaluation --
Explanation and supplementary information --
Illustration --
Problems raised by archeology --
Correction of the Bible --
Confirmation of the Bible --
Sources and originality of the Bible --
Archeology and exegesis --
Archeology and criticism.
Responsibility: by Millar Burrows ...

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