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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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Israelites

(During Biblical Times)

thebiblerevival.com/ clipart45.htm

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Archeological Eras

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.

http://www.ldolphin.org/alanm/exod2b.html

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Rameses

http://www.keyway.ca/htm2002/20020107.htm

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This is the wilderness where the Israelites wandered for 40 years!

http://www.pattybrdarphoto.com/ISRAEL/Zin1Large.JPG

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Succoth

http://www.pattybrdarphoto.com/ISRAEL/ElahValleySuccothLarge.jpg

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Mt Sinai

http://www.chrisosullivan.com/images/mount_sinai_steps_of_redemp.jpg

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Steps leading up to the Mt Sinai

http://www.chrisosullivan.com/images/mount_sinai_steps_of_redemp.jpg

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Top of Mt Sinai

http://www.chrisosullivan.com/images/mount_sinai_steps_of_redemp.jpg

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Ezion Geber

http://www.abu.nb.ca/ecm/photo/img0013.gif

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Ancient Kadesh

http://www.pattybrdarphoto.com/ISRAEL/ViewTowardKadeshBarneaLarge.jpg

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Tamar

www.bibleinterp.com/.../ Biblical_Tamar_Park.htm

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Tamar: four room settlement

http://www.bibleinterp.com/images/Tamar_Park/4-room-Jewish-house_2a.jpg

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Hasar Palace in Late Bronze Age

http://www.bibleinterp.com/images/Hazor_Ebeling/portada.jp

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13th-10th centuries BC (an Israelite city)

http://www.ourfatherlutheran.net/biblehomelands/galilee/hazor.htm

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SCROLLS FROM THE DEAD SEA

http://www.ibiblio.org/expo/deadsea.scrolls.exhibit/intro.html

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Bronze figurine of a Canaanite nobleman

http://www.bibleinterp.com/images/Hazor_Ebeling/statue.jpg

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Middle Bronze Age tablet sent to a Canaanite king of Hazor

http://www.bibleinterp.com/articles/Hazor_Ebeling.htm

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ISRAELITE BOWL

800-586 BC

http://www.wbc.edu/Museum/Items/PAM132.jpg

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IRON AGE ISRAELITE JUG

8th cent BC

http://www.wbc.edu/Museum/Items/PAM031.jpg

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Horse and Rider. Iron II. Israel.

http://www.cobb.msstate.edu/museum/html/S539.html

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Assault on Lachish, 700 -692 BC, Nineveh SW Palace, room 36 pannel

http://bibarchae.tripod.com/064_Lachish3.jpg

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Ibex

http://www.bibleplaces.com/southernwildlife.htm

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Camels

http://www.bibleplaces.com/southernwildlife.htm

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Worked Cited

Blank, Wayne, “Daily Bible Study, Key Way Publishing, 2005

<www.keyway.ca>

Christine, Miller, “History on The Net”, May 1999,

http://www.classicalhomeschooling.org/history/Israel.html

“Cobb Institute Museum,” thursday March 31 2005

<http://wwwcobb.msstate/edu/museum/mad.html>

Ebeling, Dr, Jennie. “Recent Archaeologicay Discovery at Hazor

Bible Interpretations all right reserved,200

http://www.bibleinterp.com

Gigot, Francis, “Israelites”, Robert Appleton Company, 2003

<http://wwwnewadvent.org/cathen/08193a.htm>

Mongtomery, Alan, “Alternative Vie of the Archaeology of the Exodus

9 July 2004, <http://www.Idolphin.org/alanm/expd2b.html>

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