5 edition of Tyrian influence in the Upper Galilee found in the catalog.
Tyrian influence in the Upper Galilee
Richard S. Hanson
Bibliography: p. 87-89.
|Statement||by Richard S. Hanson.|
|Series||Meiron excavation project ;, no. 2|
|Contributions||American Schools of Oriental Research.|
|LC Classifications||DS89.T8 H36|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||89 p. :|
|Number of Pages||89|
|LC Control Number||79011775|
On and just beyond the northern fringes of Upper Galilee, there were indisputably pagan settlements, such as the settlement at Tel Anafa and the village of Kedesh (a Tyrian community). Even further to the north, at Jebel Balat, stood a temple. Indicators of pagan practices are extremely rare at Galilean sites themselves, however. Galilee was divided into the upper and lower Galilee; the higher was called Galilee of the Gentiles, because it was the utmost part of the land, and so next unto the Gentiles. In this upper Galilee, Capernaum was the metropolis, or chief; and Chorazin a lesser city.
The major east-west route that divides upper Galilee from the lower Galilee runs from Haifa/Acco, ancient Ptolemais in this period, over to Capernaum, over by the western shore of the Sea of Galilee. Galilee is commonly divided into three parts: upper Galilee with heavy rains and high peaks, lower Galilee with milder weather, and the Sea of Galilee. The region of Galilee changed hands a number of times over the centuries: Egyptian, Assyrian, Canaanite, and Israelite. Along with Judea and Perea, it constituted Herod the Great’s Judean rule.
Upper Galilee climbs to heights more than 3, feet above sea level, while Lower Galilee contains broad valleys with rich soil well-suited to agriculture and farming. The first mention of Galilee in the Bible refers to the location of Kedesh, a city of refuge in the hill country of Naphtali (Joshua ; ; 1 Chronicles ). Books at Amazon. The Books homepage helps you explore Earth's Biggest Bookstore without ever leaving the comfort of your couch. Here you'll find current best sellers in books, new releases in books, deals in books, Kindle eBooks, Audible audiobooks, and so much more.
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Greco-Roman Culture and the Galilee of Jesus, a book-length investigation of this topic, challenges the conventional scholarly view that first-century Galilee was thoroughly Hellenised. Examining architecture, inscriptions, coins and art from Alexander the Great's conquest until the early fourth century CE, Chancey argues that the extent of Greco-Roman culture in the time of Jesus has often been greatly : Mark A.
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S.,Tyrian Influence in the Upper Galilee Author: Achim Lichtenberger. In this book Richard Horsley attempts to construct bridges of communication and engagement between the fields of archaeology and history focused on a new understanding of Galilee. He contends that neither the material nor the textual remains from Galilee can be adequately understood without consideration of the prevailing patterns of power relations in Galilee, Palestine, and the Roman Empire.5/5(1).
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The Epigraphic Finds from the Roman Temple at Kedesh in the Upper Galilee Article (PDF Available) in Tel Aviv 13/14(1) March with 48 Reads How we measure 'reads'. Richard Simon Hanson Richard Simon Hanson is a Professor Emeritus of Religion at Luther College in Iowa. Hanson’s publications include Tyrian Influence in the Upper Galilee (ASOR-Duke, ), Kingdoms of Man and the Kingdom of God (Augsburg, ) and The Serpent Was Wiser (Augsburg, ).
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Hanson, is an examination of Phoenician coins discovered in the excavations of the ancient Galilean sites of Meiron, Gush Halav, and Khirbet Shemac. The 4, coins brought. The project Digital Library Numis (DLN) is a specialized portal and depository on open access numismatic books, journals and papers, currently available on the internet.
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The same holds for the assumptions that R. Hanson's evidence for a close relation between Phoenicia and northern Israel in the Persian and Hellenistic periods (Tyrian Influence in the Upper Galilee [Cambridge, MA: American Schools of Oriental Research, ) also holds for the earlier period (pp.
6 Author: David W. Howle. Upper Galilee embraced the whole mountain range lying between the upper Jordan and Phoenicia. To this region the name "Galilee of the Gentiles" is given in the Old and New Testaments. (Isaiah ; Matthew ) Galilee was the scene of the greater part of our Lords private life and public acts.
These materials contain information about the Meyerses' digs in Meiron and Khirbet Shema in Israel during the early and mids. These notes and records were later used as sources for two books co-written by the Meyerses, Excavations at Ancient Meiron, Upper Galilee, Israel,and Ancient Synagogue Excavations at Khirbet Shema, Upper Galilee, Israel villages of Upper Galilee.
STRATUM I: (LATE-) HELLENISTIC (= STRATUM IV AT GUSH HALAV) The not insubstantial number of Hasmonean coins, in addition to some significant Hellenistic Tyrian mints, indicate that by the early second century B.C.E.1 Galilee and Meiron in particular were falling more and more within the orbit of Jewish influence.Galilee is divided into two parts: Upper and Lower.
Upper Galilee (chief city: Ẕefat) has higher peaks separated by narrow gorges and defiles. Lower Galilee (chief city: Nazareth) is a region of lower hills. When the Israelites took possession of Palestine, the Canaanites were strongly entrenched in Galilee.
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