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Ancient Civilizations
  • Author:
    Keith W. Whitelam,Robert B. Coote
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The book provides a broad overview of settlement patterns and social relations throughout Palestinian history from .

It begins with a study of the nature of historywriting and the increasing problems involved in utilizing the biblical text for historical reconstruction.

The book provides a broad overview of settlement patterns and social relations throughout Palestinian history from .

The Emergence of Early Israel in Historical Perspective. By Robert B. Coote and Keith W. Whitelam. The Social World of Biblical Antiquity Series, . Sheffield, The Almond Press, 1987

The Emergence of Early Israel in Historical Perspective. Sheffield, The Almond Press, 1987. Pp. 212. £2. 0, hardback; £1. 0, paperback. Recommend this journal.

Coote and Keith Whitlam's The Emergence of Early Israel in Historical Perspective, which used sociological data to argue, in contradiction to the biblical picture, that it was kingship that formed Israel, and not the other wa. .

Coote and Keith Whitlam's The Emergence of Early Israel in Historical Perspective, which used sociological data to argue, in contradiction to the biblical picture, that it was kingship that formed Israel, and not the other way round). The minimalists cautioned.

Keith W. Whitelam shows how ancient Israel has been invented by. Whitelam shows how ancient Israel has been invented by scholars in the image of a European nation state, influenced by the realisation of the state of Israel in 1948. This contoversial book is important reading for historians, Biblical specialists, social anthropologists and all those who are interested in the history of ancient Israel and Palestine. Keith W. Whitelam is a Senior Lecturer in Religious Studies at the University of Stirling. He is the co-author of The Emergence of Early Israel in Historical Perspective (1987), and has produced a series of articles on ancient Israelite and Palestinian history.

by Robert B. Coote, Keith W. ISBN 9781906055455 (978-1-906055-45-5) Softcover, Sheffield Phoenix Press Ltd, 2010

by Robert B. ISBN 9781906055455 (978-1-906055-45-5) Softcover, Sheffield Phoenix Press Ltd, 2010. The Emergence of Early Israel in Historical Perspective (Social World of Biblical Antiquity): ISBN 9781906055455 (978-1-906055-45-5) Softcover, Sheffield Phoenix Press Ltd, 2010. The Invention of Ancient Israel: The Silencing of Palestinian History.

The Origin of Early Israel-Current Debate: Biblical, Historical and Archaeological Perspectives. The Emergence of Ancient Israel in Historical Perspective. Beer-Sheva: Beer-Sheva University. Who Were the Israelites? Winona Lake, IN: Eisenbrauns. The Land of the Bible, a Historical Geography. Philadelphia, PA: Westminster Press. Sheffield: Almond Press.

His previous books include The Emergence of Israel in Ancient Palestine (Routledge 2016) and Syria-Palestine in the Late Bronze Age (Routledge 2016), both of which are part of the Copenhagen International Seminar series.

This volume is part of the Changing Perspectives sub-series, which is.This volume offers a collection of seminal essays by Keith Whitelam on the early history of ancient Palestine and the origins and emergence of Israel

This volume is part of the Changing Perspectives sub-series, which is constituted by anthologies of articles by world-renowned biblical scholars and historians. This volume offers a collection of seminal essays by Keith Whitelam on the early history of ancient Palestine and the origins and emergence of Israel. Collected together in one volume for the first time, and featuring one unpublished article, this volume will be of interest to biblical and ancient Near Eastern scholars interested in the politics of historical representation but also on critical ways of constructing the history of ancient Palestine.