Ancient Israel : a captivating guide to the ancient Israelites, starting from their entry into Canaan until the Jewish rebellions against the Romans. [print]

By: Captivating History [author]Material type: TextTextSeries: Captivating HistoryPublisher: USA : Captivating History, (c)2018Description: 92 pages : illustrations ; 23 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781727481402; 1727481402Subject(s): Judaism -- History -- To 70 A.D | Eretz Israel -- History -- To 70 A.D | Israel History | Palestine HistoryGenre/Form: History | History of Education LOC classification: DS112.C378.I873 2018COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission: https://ciu.libwizard.com/f/copyright-requests
Contents:
CHAPTER ONE - CULTURE AND SOCIETY THROUGH THE YEARS : Government and administration ; Building and architecture ; Food ; Gender roles ; Clothing
CHAPTER TWO - THE LATE BRONZE AGE AND EARLY IRON AGE (1600 BCE - 1000 BCE) : Where were the Israelites?
CHAPTER THREE - THE LATE IRON AGE (1000 BCE - 587 BCE) : Israel ; Judah
CHAPTER FOUR - THE ISRAELITES UNDER BABYLON : Before the Neo-Babylonian empire ; The Neo-Babylonian empire ; Rebellion and the creation of Yehud
CHAPTER FIVE - THE CONTROL OF THE PERSIANS : The battle of Opis ; The Israelites and the Persians ; Persian influence on language, literature, and religion ; The fall of the Achaemenid empire in the Levant ; The Israelites under Alexander the Great
CHAPTER SIX - THE HELLENISTIC PERIOD AND JUDEA UNDER THE SELEUCIDS : Hellenization and Antiochus IV ; Maccabean revolt
CHAPTER SEVEN - THE EARLY HASMONEAN DYNASTY : Alexander Balas ; Jonathan's rule ; The leadership of Simon
CHAPTER EIGHT - THE HASSONEAN EXPANSION AND CIVIL WAR : John Hyrcanus ; The successors of John Hyrcanus ; The Pharisees and Sadducees ; The Hasmonean Civil War
CHAPTER NINE - ROMAN RULE OF JUDEA : The fall of the Hasmonean Dynasty ; Herod and continued Roman control ; Control and the Jewish-Roman wars
CHAPTER TEN - ANCIENT HEBREW RELIGION AND JUDAISM : Monotheism vs. Polytheism ; Yahweh ; Israelite religion and the Assyrians ; Practices.
Summary: Unlike many other ancient peoples, the culture and beliefs of the Israelites exist in modern society. They managed to survive through wars, persecution, and numerous revisions and adaptations caused by new invaders or internal rebellions. Because of their significance in contemporary society, it’s important to learn more about the Israelites in order to fully understand how they developed and managed to contribute so heavily to the current culture of the Western world. In this captivating history book, you'll learn startling facts about the intriguing ancient Israelites, and when you're finished reading, you might have a discovered things about them that you would not expect. AMAZON https://www.amazon.com/Ancient-Israel-Captivating-Israelites-Rebellions/dp/1727481402/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=9781727481402&qid=1630347700&sr=8-1
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CHAPTER ONE - CULTURE AND SOCIETY THROUGH THE YEARS : Government and administration ; Building and architecture ; Food ; Gender roles ; Clothing

CHAPTER TWO - THE LATE BRONZE AGE AND EARLY IRON AGE (1600 BCE - 1000 BCE) : Where were the Israelites?

CHAPTER THREE - THE LATE IRON AGE (1000 BCE - 587 BCE) : Israel ; Judah

CHAPTER FOUR - THE ISRAELITES UNDER BABYLON : Before the Neo-Babylonian empire ; The Neo-Babylonian empire ; Rebellion and the creation of Yehud

CHAPTER FIVE - THE CONTROL OF THE PERSIANS : The battle of Opis ; The Israelites and the Persians ; Persian influence on language, literature, and religion ; The fall of the Achaemenid empire in the Levant ; The Israelites under Alexander the Great

CHAPTER SIX - THE HELLENISTIC PERIOD AND JUDEA UNDER THE SELEUCIDS : Hellenization and Antiochus IV ; Maccabean revolt

CHAPTER SEVEN - THE EARLY HASMONEAN DYNASTY : Alexander Balas ; Jonathan's rule ; The leadership of Simon

CHAPTER EIGHT - THE HASSONEAN EXPANSION AND CIVIL WAR : John Hyrcanus ; The successors of John Hyrcanus ; The Pharisees and Sadducees ; The Hasmonean Civil War

CHAPTER NINE - ROMAN RULE OF JUDEA : The fall of the Hasmonean Dynasty ; Herod and continued Roman control ; Control and the Jewish-Roman wars

CHAPTER TEN - ANCIENT HEBREW RELIGION AND JUDAISM : Monotheism vs. Polytheism ; Yahweh ; Israelite religion and the Assyrians ; Practices.

Unlike many other ancient peoples, the culture and beliefs of the Israelites exist in modern society. They managed to survive through wars, persecution, and numerous revisions and adaptations caused by new invaders or internal rebellions. Because of their significance in contemporary society, it’s important to learn more about the Israelites in order to fully understand how they developed and managed to contribute so heavily to the current culture of the Western world.

In this captivating history book, you'll learn startling facts about the intriguing ancient Israelites, and when you're finished reading, you might have a discovered things about them that you would not expect.
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