Biblical Archaeology Review 39:5, September/October 2013

Strata: In Their Own Words

The roles that archaeology, history and the Biblical text should play in the study of ancient Israel are often debated by Biblical scholars and archaeologists. With expertise in Near Eastern archaeology, Hebrew Bible and classics, Anthony J. Frendo of the University of Malta discusses the interdisciplinary nature of Biblical archaeology in this excerpt from his book Pre-Exilic Israel, The Hebrew Bible, and Archaeology: Integrating Text and Artefact.1

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