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#1 arnehalbakken

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Posted 05 December 2018 - 03:21 PM

It would be nice to have as an Accordance module "The Oxford Illustrated History of the Holy Land" ed. Robert Hoyland and H. G. M. WIlliamson, Oxford University Press, 2018 (402 pp)

 

https://global.oup.c...?cc=us&lang=en

 

Here are the chapters.

1. The Birth of Israel - Avraham Faust

2. Iron Age: Tribes to Monarchy - Lester L. Grabbe

3. Israel and Judah, c. 931 - 587 BCE - André Lemaire

4. Babylonian Exile and Restoration, 587 - 325 BCE

5. The Hellenistic and Roman Era - John J. Collins

6. A Christian Holy Land, 284 - 638 CE - Konstantin Klein

7. The Coming of Islam - Milka Levy-Rubin

8. The Holy Land in the Crusader and Ayyubid Periods, 1099 - 1250

9. The Holy Land from the Mamluk Sultanate to the Ottoman Empire, 1260 - 1799 - Limrod Luz

10. From Napoleon to Allenby: The Holy Land and the Wider Middle East 0 Robert Fisk

11. Pilgrimage - Peter Walker with Robert G. Hoyland

12. Sacred Spaces and Holy Places - Richard S. Hess and Denys Pringle

13. Scripture and the Holy Land - Adam Silverstein

 

It also has a number of photographs, pictures, paintings, and maps in it.


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Posted 05 December 2018 - 04:16 PM

+1

(Oup has lots of really great titles)

Edited by ukfraser, 05 December 2018 - 04:17 PM.

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Posted 05 December 2018 - 07:43 PM

+1 for the 2018 The Oxford Illustrated History of the Holy Land






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