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Location of Tabernacle still uncertain
In the first half of the 11th century B.C., Shiloh was one of the most important sites in the central mountain ridge that runs through the Land of Israel. Here was the sacred religious center of the Israelite population of the hill country...
Biblical Archaeology Review, January/February 1986
Rudolph Cohen’s redating of some of his “Solomonic fortresses” to the Persian period will not be enough to satisfy many scholars. Some will continue to question the date of the remaining fortresses Cohen dates to the tenth century B.C. But...
Biblical Archaeology Review, July/August 1986
Ninth-century B.C. inscription adds new dimension to Biblical account of Mesha’s rebellion
F. A. Klein was an Anglican minister, born in Alsace, who came to the Holy Land as a medical missionary in the mid-1800s. Although he lived in Jerusalem, he traveled widely on both sides of the Jordan, seeking to relieve pain and win converts...
Biblical Archaeology Review, May/June 1986