Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Other titles||Shechem three|
|Statement||Edward F. Campbell ; illustrated by Lee C. Ellenberger and G.R.H. Wright.|
|Series||American Schools of Oriental Research archaeological reports ;, no. 06|
|LC Classifications||DS110.N2 C37 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2002007986|
Shechem III: The Stratigraphy and Architecture Of Shechem / Tell Balatah (2 Volume Set) by Edward F. Campbell Jr. () on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Hardcover of the Shechem III: The Stratigraphy and Architecture Of Shechem/Tell Balatah by Edward F. Campbell, Wright G. R. H. | at Barnes & Noble Due to COVID, orders may be delayed. Thank you for your patience. Book Annex Membership Pages: Shechem III Book Description: This volume presents the stratigraphy and architectural remains of the tell of ancient (biblical) Shechem on the eastern outskirts of the modern municipality of Nablus, in what was at the time of excavation the independent village of Balatah. SHECHEM III. THE STRATIGRAPHY AND ARCHITECTURE OF SHECHEM/TELL BALATAH, 2 VOLS. (1: TEXT; 2: THE ILLUSTRATIONS, BY G.R.H Author CAMPBELL, E. F Format/binding Encuadernacion original Book condition New NUEVO / NEW Quantity available 1 Binding Hardcover ISBN 10 ISBN 13 Publisher AMERICAN SCHOOLS OF ORIENTAL RESEARCH .
Shechem III: The Stratigraphy and Architecture of Shechem Tell Balâṭah, Volume 2: The Illustrations (ASOR Archaeological Reports) G.R.H. Wright & Edward F. Campbell Jr. This volume presents the stratigraphy and architectural remains of the tell of ancient (biblical) Shechem on the eastern outskirts of the modern municipality of Nablus, in. Book Editions for Shechem Iii. 1 results. All matches; Books; Study; Textbooks. Shechem III Subtitle The Stratigraphy and Architecture of Shechem/Tell Balatah Edition 0th Author Campbell, Edward F., Campbell, Edward, Wright, G. R. H. ISBN Shechem III: E. F. CAMPBELL: Books - Skip to main content. Try Prime Hello, Sign in Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Orders Try Prime Cart. Books. Go Search Best Sellers Gift Ideas New Author: E. F. CAMPBELL. Shechem was mentioned 60 times in the Old Testament and plays a very important role in Biblical history. Sitting between Mount Gerizim and Ebal, the city of Shechem was the place of numerous biblical events including where God promised the land to Abraham, and where Jacob purchased land and buried and where the covenant was confirmed.
Shechem had been a Canaanite settlement, first mentioned in Egyptian texts on the Sebek-khu Stele, an Egyptian stele of a noble at the court of Senusret III (c. – BC). In the Amarna Letters of about BC, Šakmu (i.e. Shechem) was the center of a kingdom carved out by Labaya (or Labayu), a Canaanite warlord who recruited mercenaries from among the nates: 32°12′49″N 35°16′55″E / . Letter from Labayu, king of Shechem, to the king of Egypt, probably Amenhotep III. It is defiant in tone, suggesting Labayu had a measure of independence from Egypt (Hess ). The letter, numbered El Amarna , is written in Akkadian cuneiform, albeit with Canaanite grammar and syntax, and is on display in the British Museum. Shechem III: The Stratigraphy and Architecture of Shechem Tell Bala?ah, Volume 1: Text (ASOR Archaeological Reports) Edward F. Campbell Jr. This volume presents the stratigraphy and architectural remains of the tell of ancient (biblical) Shechem on the eastern outskirts of the modern municipality of Nablus, in what was at the time of excavation. 4. For the latest designations of the Shechem strata and dates for them, see Edward F. Campbell, Shechem III (Boston- American Schools of Oriental Research, ), pp. 8–9, where Temple 1 (Migdal Temenoi 7–6) is equated with General Stratum XVI–XV; Temple 2a and 2b (Building ), with General Stratum XIV–XI. 5.