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David, Solomon and Egypt: A Reassessment (Paul S Ash) USED Hardcover Book, (Sheffield Academic Press, 1999)
David, Solomon and Egypt: A Reassessment (Paul S Ash) USED Hardcover Book, (Sheffield Academic Press, 1999)
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Title: David, Solomon and Egypt: A Reassessment

Author: Paul S Ash

Publisher: Sheffield Academic Press; Publication Date: 1999

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Ash re-examines the question of the relationship between Egypt and Palestine during the time of David and Solomon. By analysing all the available evidence-epigraphical sources from Egypt, archaeological data from Palestine and the pertinent biblical texts-he concludes that relations and contacts between Egypt and the peoples inhabiting ancient Palestine at the time of David and Solomon were minimal. Any reconstructions of the history of relations and contacts between Egypt and Palestine, including ancient Israel, must take this study into consideration.

Contents

Preface
Abbreviations
Introduction
Ch. 1 The Epigraphical Evidence from Egypt
1 The Chronological Framework
2 Egypt at the Turn of the Second Millennium B.C.E
3 The Texts
4 Conclusion
Ch. 2 The Archaeological Evidence from Palestine
1 Correlating the Material Remains to the Reigns of David and Solomon
2 General Trends in Material Culture and Egyptian Contact in Iron I and Early Iron II
3 Catalog and Discussion of the Egyptian Artifacts
4 Observations on the Data
5 Conclusions
Excursus I Egypt and Palestine during the Early Bronze Age
Ch. 3 The Biblical Evidence
1 References to Incidental or Hostile Contact
2 References to Friendly Contacts
3 Conclusion
Excursus II Sheba and Egypt
Ch. 4 Summary and Implications of this Study
Bibliography
Index of References
Index of Authors


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