Two Long-lost Phoenician Inscriptions and The Emergence of Ancient Israel

@article{Frendo2002TwoLP,
  title={Two Long-lost Phoenician Inscriptions and The Emergence of Ancient Israel},
  author={Anthony J. Frendo},
  journal={Palestine Exploration Quarterly},
  year={2002},
  volume={134},
  pages={37 - 43}
}
  • Anthony J. Frendo
  • Published 2002
  • History
  • Palestine Exploration Quarterly
  • The Hebrew Bible indicates that in the process if settling down in Canaan) the Israelites had engaged militarilY with the local inhabitants. On the other hand) archaeological research is showing that the Israelites had settled there mainly in a peaciful manner) without disproving that some military activity had been THE EMERGENCE OF ANCIENT ISRAEL 43 undertaken at some point. It is usiful to examine whether there is any explicit extra-biblical evidence in support oj the tradition that what we… CONTINUE READING
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