NMC260Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Shfela, Habiru, Tel Hazor

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Iron age i (israel) (1200-1010): israel struggled against the philistines for control of. Shephelah in the south, jezreel in the north for most of the period, Iron age iia (kingdom of israel) (1000- 922): the emergence of the united. Monarch overshadowed philistine domination and was militarily the strongest period of israel"s history. Iron iib-c (israel and judah) (922-586): the kingdom split and the northern israel came to an end under assyrian defeat in 722, the southern kingdom of judah at the hands of the babylonians, 586. * this follows literal interpretation of the bible. * i. e. joshua; wanderings after the exodus (destroyed hazor) * probably hazor was destroyed earlier than joshua"s conquest. * he introduced fossil types: which could identify israelite settlements (archaeological markers: collar rimmed stove jars, plaster lined cistern (hole in the ground, lined with plaster to hold water), agricultural terracing, four room houses. * george mendenhall 1960s the peasant revolt theory:

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