By Oded Borowski
How did old Israelites reside? What did they devour, and what affected their well-being? How did the relations functionality? to reply to those and related questions, Borowski describes the typical atmosphere and the folks who occupied the land in addition to the agricultural and concrete financial actions within which historical Israelites engaged, specifically as they regarding the family members and social-political constitution. The publication addresses cultural, social, and non secular actions in addition to paintings, tune, and where of writing in Israelite society. Drawing on textual and archaeological facts and written in nontechnical language, this may be a regular textual content for undergraduate Hebrew Bible classes and of specific curiosity to students, graduate scholars, pastors, rabbis, and nonspecialists.
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