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There are some monstrous problems that remain--some created by the archaeological data itself.

But since we have seen so many specific challenges over the years yield to such specific data in favor of the text, a presumption tends to build that we should go with the text until definite contrary information is available. This methodology that says that the text is innocent until proven guilty is not only recommended as a good procedure for American jurisprudence, but it is recommended in the area of examining the claims of the Scripture as well. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Archaeological sub-discipline. Canons and books.

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Allegorical interpretation Literalism. Gnostic Islamic Qur'anic. Inerrancy Infallibility. Main article: Archaeology. See also: Archaeological theory. Main article: Biblical archaeology school. Main article: List of artifacts significant to the Bible. Eakins in a essay published in Benchmarks in Time and Culture and quoted in his essay "Archaeology and the Bible, An Introduction".

Archeologia della Palestina. Enciclopedia della Bibbia, Turin, Elledici, , vol I, p.

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Randellini, voce Demitizzazione, in Enciclopedia delle Religioni , vol. Barth, L'Epistola ai Romani : cfr. Robinson, La Nuova Ermeneutica, pp. Biblical archaeology and the origins of Israel , in Rivista Biblica 41, pp. New York: Oxford University Press. Cited April 18, May 6, Retrieved October 28, Benford, J. Fanti, F. Crosilla, M. Riani, A. Retrieved 6 February March—April Biblical Archaeology Review.

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January The Bible and Interpretation. Archived from the original on Retrieved Archived from the original on 10 November Retrieved 9 February Retrieved 28 October Bromiley 13 February Eerdmans Publishing. Retrieved 9 July Davis Dame Kathleen Kenyon: digging up the Holy Land. Left Coast Press. The Bible and history. Biblical archaeology Historicity of Jesus Historicity of the Bible Historical reliability of the Gospels List of artifacts in biblical archaeology List of biblical figures identified in extra-biblical sources List of burial places of biblical figures List of Hebrew Bible manuscripts List of New Testament papyri List of New Testament uncials Historical Jesus.

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Namespaces Article Talk. Views Read Edit View history. In other projects Wikimedia Commons. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Part of a series on the. Johann Ludwig Burckhardt. Robinson's Biblical Researches in Palestine, the Sinai, Petrae and Adjacent Regions , based on his survey of the Near East conducted over several years, proposed biblical names for modern sites.

Charles Warren. The site was believed at the time to be the biblical Lachish, but is now commonly identified with Eglon. Petrie noticed strata exposed by waterflow adjacent to the site, and popularized details of pottery groups excavated therefrom. This marked the introduction of scientific stratigraphy to Palestinian archaeology. Frederick J. Bliss and R.

Moresheth-Gath or Libnah? The Gezer calendar was discovered on the surface during this excavation. Ernst Sellin and Carl Watzinger. David G. Lyon , Clarence S. Fisher , and George A. Clarence S. Fisher , Alan Rowe , and Gerald M. William F. Fisher , P. Guy , and Gordon Loud.

Eglon or Debir — Kirjath Sepher? Suggested that remains of the upper wall was the wall described in the Bible , and dated to around BCE.

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The excavation was terminated when Starkey was killed by armed Arabs [37] near Hebron while on his way to the opening ceremonies of the Palestine Archaeological Museum in Jerusalem. Beit She'arim. Site very much older than putative dates of Conquest of Canaan. Jerusalem City of David. Yohanan Aharoni and Ruth Amiran. But from a press report released by Dr. One text contains "a colorful description of a war between the Jews and undetermined enemies. This wonderful find will revolutionize the textual criticism and interpretation of the Old Testament, and antiquate many present theories.

Although it has been generally recognized that the author of the book was well acquainted with Persian court ceremonial and customs, the narrative was usually considered to be based on legends. Many are the commentators who called the book a pious fiction or a historical novel. The text is a cuneiform tablet belonging originally to the Amherst collection, which Theo. Pinches had intended to publish fifty years ago.

The collection was later dissolved, and its contents spread over various museums. When A. Ungnad worked on the tablets which had found their way to the Berlin Museum, he discovered that one of the texts records the payment of half a pound of silver to Mar-duk-a, the sipir of U. But this nation had, nevertheless, been forgotten so completely in secular history that less than a hundred years ago critics of the Bible boldly stated that it had never existed.

The discoveries of the last eighty years have changed this situation entirely, and today it is known that the Hittites were a great nation in Old Testament times, extending, their influence and power over great parts of Asia Minor and Syria. The article on the Hittites in the eighth-edition of o consisted of only eight lines of one column, but in the latest edition of ten full pages of two columns each are filled with a description of their history, culture, and religion.

Bossert directed excavations for the University of Istanbul and the museum at Ankara.