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By Milton C. Moreland

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Among textual content and Artifact offers academics of religious study all of the instruments had to combine the latest archaeological info into their instructing and scholarship. 13 essays have been commissioned for this undertaking from archaeologists and biblical students who train in undergraduate, graduate, and seminary settings. The essays supply useful suggestion in regards to the top on hand literature and audio-visual fabric within the box of archaeology with regards to the Hebrew Bible, New testomony, early Judaism, ladies within the historical global, and the lifeless Sea Scrolls. whilst considered along biblical literature, the archaeological checklist may help create new wisdom of the goods, environments, and landscapes within the Bible and of the political and social motivations for occasions defined within the textual content.

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However, the recovery of materials, the extent to which they are published, and the way they appear in publications all to <) See the comment>! on thi>l text in J. I'. 'Se1. "In Se"rch of the Good Uook. A Critical Survey of Handbooks on Biblical Archaeology: 83-85 in this volume. 10 11lOm:ls E. Levy, "I'ref:lce," in lbe Archaeology ofSociety ill the Holy imlli (cd. T. E Levy; New York: Facts on File, 19(5), xiv. 36 11l::"IWEEN TEXT AND ARTIFACT make it difficult to recover in a llseful and systematic way the artifacts of daily life, especially as they pertain to gender.

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