BeschreibungThroughout its history, the Kingdom of Israel had strong connections with the Aramaean world. Constantly changing relations, from rivalry and military conflicts to alliances and military cooperation, affected the history of the whole Levant and left their marks on both Biblical and extra-Biblical sources. New studies demonstrate that Israelite state formation was contemporaneous with the formation of the Aramaean polities (11th-9th centuries BCE). Consequently, the Jordan Valley (and especially its northern parts and its extension to the valley of Lebanon) was a constantly changing border zone between different Iron Age polities. In light of that, there is a need to study the history of Ancient Israel not only from the "Canaanite" point of view but also within the political and cultural context of the Aramaean world. This volume brings together experts working in different fields to address the relations and interactions between Aram and Israel during the Early Iron Age (12th to 8th centuries BCE). Contributors: Angelika Berlejung, Erhard Blum, Guy Bunnens, Jutta Häser, Izaak J. de Hulster, Israel Finkelstein, Assaf Kleiman, Aren M. Maeir, Amihai Mazar, Stefania Mazzoni, Robert A. Mullins, Herbert Niehr, Manfred Oeming, Nava Panitz-Cohen, Benjamin Sass, Omer Sergi, Katja Soennecken, Yifat Thareani, Dieter Vieweger, Nili Wazana
Untertitel: Politics, Culture, and Identity. 'Orientalische Religionen in der Antike'. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: Mohr Siebeck GmbH & Co. K
Erscheinungsdatum: Dezember 2016