Studies in the chronology of the divided monarchy of Israel

1. Introduction; 2. The Tyrian King List: An External Synchronism from Phoenicia; 3. The Chronological Evidence from Egypt: A. Dating the Invasion of Shishak; 4. The Chronological Evidence from Egypt: B. Dating "Tirhakah King of Ethiopia"; Excursus 1. A Critique of Shea's Recent Defen...

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Published in:Harvard semitic monographs
Main Author: Barnes, William H. (Author)
Other Authors: Barnes, William Hamilton (Other)
Format: Print Book
Language:English
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Published: Atlanta, Ga. Scholars Press 1991
In:Harvard semitic monographs
Reviews:, in: IEJ 45/1 (1995) 75-76 (Cogan, Mordechai)
, in: JAOS 115/1 (1995) 122-123 (Reade, J.E.)
, in: BZ 39/2 (1995) 290-293 (Thiel, Winfried)
Series/Journal:Harvard semitic monographs 48
Standardized Subjects / Keyword chains:B Vulgate. Könige 1.-2. / Chronology / Jews / Geschichte 1500 v. Chr.-600 v. Chr.
Further subjects:B Bible Kings Chronology
B Middle East History To 622 Chronology
B Jews History 953-586 B.C Chronology
B Chronology
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Summary:1. Introduction; 2. The Tyrian King List: An External Synchronism from Phoenicia; 3. The Chronological Evidence from Egypt: A. Dating the Invasion of Shishak; 4. The Chronological Evidence from Egypt: B. Dating "Tirhakah King of Ethiopia"; Excursus 1. A Critique of Shea's Recent Defense of the Two Campaign Theory; Excursus 2. The Identity of "So, King of Egypt"; 5. The Judahite King List Hypothesis; Appendix: A Chronology for the United and Divided Monarchy of Israel
ISBN:1555405274