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The archaeology of cult in Middle Bronze Age Canaan

Jill Citron Katz

The archaeology of cult in Middle Bronze Age Canaan

the sacred area at Tel Haror, Israel

by Jill Citron Katz

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Published by Gorgias Press in Piscataway, NJ .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Excavations (Archaeology) -- Israel -- Haror, Tel,
  • Temples -- Palestine,
  • Canaanites -- Religion,
  • Bronze age -- Palestine,
  • Haror, Tel (Israel) -- Antiquities,
  • Palestine -- History -- To 70 A.D

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementJill Katz.
    SeriesGorgias dissertations. Near Eastern studies -- 40, Gorgias dissertations -- v. 40.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDS110.H346 K38 2009
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiii, 251 p. :
    Number of Pages251
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24022454M
    ISBN 101593337914
    ISBN 109781593337919
    LC Control Number2009025339

    Bronze is an alloy of copper with % tin, which was likely imported from Afghanistan. New types of weapons made in the Middle Bronze Age were the duckbill axe, the narrow, chisel-shaped axe, and a leaf-shaped dagger with a wooden handle and a stone pommel. National Geographic Society CRE grant for excavations at Tel Kabri: $20, -- “Determining the Political Economy of the Canaanite Palace at Kabri and the Related Geo-Politics of Middle Bronze Age Canaan” Awards: Biblical Archaeology Society (BAS) Publication Award for “Best Popular Book on Archaeology” — for Biblical Archaeology.

    TIMNA – Around 3, years ago, the great empires around the Mediterranean and the Middle East suddenly imploded. The Egyptians retreated from Canaan and the copper mines of Timna in the Negev, skulking back to the banks of the Nile. And in the arid wastes of southern Canaan, a new power arose. The Patriarchal Narratives and the Middle Bronze Age: The End of the Middle Bronze Age: Notes: Seven: IN THE SHADOW OF EGYPTIAN DOMINATION: The Late Bronze Age (ca. B.C.E.) Historical Background: Inner Division and Terminology: Settlement Pattern: The Occupation History of Late Bronze Sites: Aspects of Canaanite Town Planning and.

    The Land of Canaan. Bronze Age 3, – 1, BCE. During this crucial period in the history of mankind, the land of Canaan flourished in the shadow of the first great civilizations; Pharaonic Egypt to the south, and Ancient Near Eastern cultures to the north and east. The Cambridge Prehistory of the Bronze and Iron Age Mediterranean offers new insights into the material and social practices of many different Mediterranean peoples during the Bronze and Iron Ages, presenting in particular those features that both connect and distinguish them. {Late Bronze Age Canaan: (Pictured [see attached link]: Smiting.


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The archaeology of cult in Middle Bronze Age Canaan by Jill Citron Katz Download PDF EPUB FB2

Annotation This book discusses the role of religion in Canaanite and Israelite society, from the Middle Bronze Age through the Israelite Divided Monarchy ( BC).

It contains an extensive archaeological study of all known Middle Bronze through Iron Age temples, sanctuaries, and open-air shrines, organized by period and geographic region.

Towards a Model for Identifying Cult in the Archaeological Record (page 21) 3. The Sacred Area at Tel Haror (page 45) 4. Additional Middle Bronze Age Sacred Areas in Canaan (page ) 5. Analysis of Middle Bronze Age Sacred Areas in Canaan (page ) 6.

Conclusion (page ) Appendix (page ) Bibliography (page ) Index (page ). Archaeology and Religion in Late Bronze Age Canaan Late Bronze Age; Canaan; religion; cult; This date is about 50– yr earlier than traditional chronological models for the Middle.

The Bronze Age is a historical period that was characterized by the use of bronze, and in some areas proto-writing, and other early features of urban Bronze Age is the second principal period of the three-age Stone-Bronze-Iron system, as proposed in modern times by Christian Jürgensen Thomsen, for classifying and studying ancient societies.

This book examines Canaanite temples and shrines with their assemblages from the Middle and Late Bronze Age in Palestine in order to gain a better understanding of Canaanite cult and ideology. The approach taken here is based upon a more phenomenological or functional model, with a goal of establishing a better model for cultic : Paperback.

What was Canaanite religion like during the Middle Bronze Age, at the time of the biblical patriarchs. This volume presents a theoretical model for identifying ritual behavior in the archaeological record, providing a test case using the rich material culture and structures that have been unearthed at the biblical city of Gerar (Tel Haror, Israel).

The archaeology of cult in Middle Bronze Age Canaan: The sacred area of Tel Harbor, Israel. Jill Citron Katz, University of Pennsylvania. Abstract. I first address the question of identifying cult in the archaeological by: 2. Get this from a library. The archaeology of cult in Middle Bronze Age Canaan: the sacred area at Tel Haror, Israel.

[Jill Citron Katz]. The archaeology of cult in Middle Bronze Age Canaan: the sacred area at Tel Haror, Israel / Article January with 64 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

Cults of the Bronze Age. Share. Print The complex at Tel Burna may also have had administrative functions for the larger settlement in the Late. The English term Canaan (pronounced / ˈ k eɪ n ən / since c.due to the Great Vowel Shift) comes from the Hebrew כנען (knʿn), via Greek Χαναάν Khanaan and Latin appears as 𒆳𒆠𒈾𒄴𒈾 (KUR ki-na-ah-na) in the Amarna letters (14th century BC), and knʿn is found on coins from Phoenicia in the last half of the 1st first occurs in Greek in the Canaanite languages: Phoenician, Hebrew.

The Mysterious Rulers of Middle Bronze Age Canaan. Share. (T he few inscriptions that have been found in Bronze Age Canaan are from Tel Hazor, Archaeology Magazine, a Publication of. ARCHAEOLOGY AND THE RELIGIONS OF CANAAN AND ISRAEL by Beth Alpert Nakhai 4 The Middle Bronze Age 81 5 The Late Bronze Age 6 Israelite Sacred Places of the Iron Age 7 Conclusions References Index viii 2 ARCHAEOLOGY AND THE RELIGIONS OF CANAAN AND ISRAEL.

'Archaeology and the Religions of Canaan and Israel' summarizes and analyzes the archaeological remains from all known Middle Bronze through Iron Age temples, sanctuaries, and open-air shrines to reveal the ways in which social, economic and political relationships determined—and were shaped by—forms of religious organization.4/5(1).

Numerous excavations and a fairly large number of contemporary written documents give us a good picture of the religious system and cult practices in Canaan1 during the Late Bronze Age (ca. – BCE). Most of this period was characterized by an Egyptian dominance and influence over large parts of the Southern Levant, and though not a significant core area, Author: Aaron Greener.

Raphael Greenberg "Early Bronze Age II-III Palestinian Cylinder Seal Impressions and the North Canaanite Metallic Ware Jar" Rachel S. Hallote "Tombs, Cult, and Chronology: A Reexamination of the Middle Bronze Age Strata of Megiddo" Timothy P. Harrison "Early Bronze Social Organization as Reflected in Burial Patterns from the Southern Levant".

Ebla, North Syria, The Palace Court Yard and the Temple of Ishtar on the Acropolis, 19th century BC $ – $ middle bronze age.

middle bronze age Latest. May 3 Blog. Biblical Sidon—Jezebel’s Hometown For more than 40 years, the Biblical Archaeology Society has partnered with world-renowned hosts and guides to provide you exceptional educational offerings in the archaeology of the Biblical lands and in Biblical studies.

At many of these, multiple contemporary cult sites exist in the cities. In Palestine and Jordan the picture is different. The early part of the Middle Bronze Age (c. B.C.) is characterized by nonurban and rural cult sites that reflect the interests of local and regional tribal groups. View History and Archaeology of Canaan Research Papers on for free.

Bimson calls for a reevaluation of the archaeological shift from middle to late Bronze Age in Palestine In a day when the traditional archaeological support for a thirteenth century unified invasion of Canaan is increasingly under fire, Bimson offers a fresh look at an old and often ignored alternative.” – Christianity Today.ARCHAEOLOGY AND THE RELIGIONS OF CANAAN AND ISRAEL.

ARCHAEOLOGY AND THE RELIGIONS OF CANAAN AND ISRAEL: ISAIAH, AMOS AND HOSEA The long-standing prophetic tradition of opposition to sacrificial rites began with Samuel (1 Sam ) In general, prophets cautioned against offering sacrifices to Yahweh in place of living righteously.Sergius Paulus was the Roman official presiding over the island of Cyprus in the Mediterranean Sea near the middle of the 1st century AD according to the book of Acts.

During his first major journey, the Apostle Paul met a man named Sergius Paulus while traveling across Cyprus to the city of Paphos (Acts ). .