Studies in Biblical Historiography and Geography: Collection of Studies by Zecharia KallaiStudies in Biblical Historiography and Geography: Collection of Studies by Zecharia Kallai

Studies in Biblical Historiography and Geography: Collection of Studies

byZecharia Kallai

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This book is a sequel to Biblical Historiography and Historical Geography; published in 1998. It comprises further studies in the field of biblical historiography, literary history of the biblical historical narratives and the quest for their veracity. They rely on a study of the tangible data of territorial history and the testimony elicited from the patterned historical concepts that figure in the texts. This line of research is based on a historical evaluation of literary testimonies interrelated with the archaeological evidence and regional history.
The Author: Zecharia Kallai, born in 1923, M.A. 1954, Ph.D 1963, Emeritus 1991, is Professor of Historical Geography of Palestine in the Departments of Archaeology and History of the Jewish People at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
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Title:Studies in Biblical Historiography and Geography: Collection of StudiesFormat:HardcoverDimensions:8.27 × 5.51 × 0.98 inPublished:February 11, 2010Publisher:Peter Lang GmbH, Internationaler Verlag der WissenschaftenLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:3631593627

ISBN - 13:9783631593622

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Contents: Studies in biblical sources relating to the field of territorial history – The process of settlement – Epical expressions of historical traditions – Stylized formulations as a guide to literary history – Scribal tradition and scribal rules – Political and ideological doctrines in historical writing – The process from motif to composition as a guide to literary history.