Israelites (During Biblical Times) thebiblerevival.com/ clipart45.htm Geography www.keyway.ca Major joint boundries Archeological Eras Early Bronze approximately 2900 - 2300 BC Middle Bronze approximately 2300 - 2000 BC Late Bronze 1550 - 1200 BC
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(During Biblical Times)
Major joint boundries
Early Bronze approximately 2900 - 2300 BC
Middle Bronze approximately 2300 - 2000 BC
Late Bronze 1550 - 1200 BC
Iron age: early, late, and middle – 1200 -600 BC
Theories on existence:
1. Israelites came in gradually, adopting the Canaanite culture as their own.
2. Israelites were a submerged culture in the Canaanite era and revolted against their rule and then fled to the hills and later returned to conquer the lowlands.
This is the wilderness where the Israelites wandered for 40 years!
Steps leading up to the Mt Sinai
Top of Mt Sinai
Archeology and Artifacts
Tamar: four room settlement
Settlement during bronze age
Hasar Palace in Late Bronze Age
13th-10th centuries BC (an Israelite city)
SCROLLS FROM THE DEAD SEA
Bronze figurine of a Canaanite nobleman
Middle Bronze Age tablet sent to a Canaanite king of Hazor
IRON AGE ISRAELITE JUG
8th cent BC
Horse and Rider. Iron II. Israel.
Assault on Lachish, 700 -692 BC, Nineveh SW Palace, room 36 pannel
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Christine, Miller, “History on The Net”, May 1999,
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Ebeling, Dr, Jennie. “Recent Archaeologicay Discovery at Hazor
Bible Interpretations all right reserved,200
Gigot, Francis, “Israelites”, Robert Appleton Company, 2003
Mongtomery, Alan, “Alternative Vie of the Archaeology of the Exodus
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