Archaeology and Bible History

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Zondervan, 1992 - 314 páginas
This reference tool shows how archaeological discoveries in Bible lands have helped to confirm the accuracy of Scripture and give understanding to it.
 

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I found this one at The Barbican in York. Having read Boyd's Pictorial Guide to Biblical Archaeology, I was pleased to find that this was more of the same arranged slightly differently. Joseph Free ... Leer reseña completa

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Maps and Illustrations
vii
Bible Archaeology Bible History and Buried Cities
13
Creation Fall Promise of
21
Cain and Abel Flood
35
Abraham1s Early Life in Canaan Genesis 1220
45
Abraham Isaac and Jacob Genesis 2137
59
Joseph in Egypt Genesis 3750
69
Moses in Egypt Exodus 112
77
The Northern and Southern Kingdoms Israel
159
The End of the Northern Kingdom c 75O722 B C
165
Hezekiah Manasseh Amon
173
The End of Judah 640586 B C 2 Kings 2225
185
The Exile c 605536 b c 2 Kings 25 Jeremiah Daniel
193
The Return from Exile 536458 b c Ezra Haggai
203
Rebuilding the Walls of Jerusalem Ezra Nehemiah
209
Palestine Under Persia Greece and Egypt in
215

Out of Egypt Exodus 1240
85
Mount Sinai and the Wilderness Leviticus Numbers
97
The Conquest of Canaan Joshua
107
The Period of the Judges Judges
117
Eli Samuel
123
Davids Reign 2 Samuel 1 Chronicles 1129
131
Solomons Reign 1 Kings 111 2 Chronicles 19
139
The Divided Kingdom 1 Kings 1222 2 Chronicles
149
Palestine Under Syria the Maccabees and
225
Palestine Under Roman Rule 63 B C and After End
231
The Life and Ministry of Christ Matthew Mark Luke
241
The Beginning of the Church Acts 112
259
The Development of the Early Church Pauls Later
283
Bibliography
297
Index
311
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Sobre el autor (1992)

The late Joseph P. Free was chairman of the department of archaeology at Wheaton College, and later, professor of archaeology and history at Bemidji State College in Minnesota. He did extensive excavations of the city of Dothan and published numerous articles on issues of archaeology.

Howard F. Vos has had a distinguished career as an expert in historical, geographical, biblical, and archeological research. A prolific author and editor, he is responsible for twenty-five books that are standards in their field, including the Wycliffe Bible Dictionary. He has traveled extensively in the Bible lands and excavated many sites in Israel. Vos is currently Emeritus Professor of History and Archaeology at The King's College in New York.

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