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                            JERUSALEM IN BIBLE AND ARCHAEOLOGY: The First Temple Period
Contents
Preface
Abbreviations
Ann Ε. Killebrew and Andrew G. Vaughn: Jerusalem in Bible and Archaeology: Dialogues and Dicussions
	THE LAYOUT AND APPROACH OF THE BOOK
		PART 1: JERUSALEM DURING THE REIGNS OF DAVID AND SOLOMON
		FART 2: THE FINAL TWO CENTURIES OF FIRST TEMPLE JERUSALEM
		PART 3: SYNTHETIC APPROACHES THAT INTEGRATE THE DISPARATE DATA
Part 1: JERUSALEM DURING THE REIGNS OF DAVID AND SOLOMON
Jane M. Cahill: Jerusalem at the Time of the United Monarchy: The Archaeological Evidence
	NATURAL FEATURES
	HISTORY OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL RESEARCH
	DEVELOPMENT PRECEDING THE PERIOD OF THE UNITED MONARCHY
		CHALCOLITHIC AND EARLY BRONZE AGES
		MIDDLE BRONZE AGE
		LATE BRONZE AGE
		IRON AGE I
	DEVELOPMENT DURING THE PERIOD OF THE UNITED MONARCHY
		CITY OF DAVID
		AREA G
		AREAS B, D, AND Ε
		INSIDE THE FORTIFICATION WALL
		OUTSIDE THE FORTIFICATION WALL
		TEMPLE MOUNT
		WESTERN HILL
	CONCLUSIONS
	POSTSCRIPT
		CONTEXTS AVAILABLE FOR ARCHAEOLOGICAL INVESTIGATION
		STRATIGRAPHIC INTERPRETATION
		SITE FORMATION PROCESSES
		CONCLUSIONS OF ARCHAEOLOGISTS FAMILIAR WITH THE FULL RECORD
Israel Finkelstein: The Rise of Jerusalem and Judah: The Missing Link
	INTRODUCTION: FROM CHIEFDOM TO STATEHOOD
	THE STONE TERRACES AND THE STEPPED STONE STRUCTURE
	THE LATE BRONZE AGE (CA. 1550-1150 B.C.E.)
	THE IRON I (CA. 1150-925/900 B.C.E.)
	THE NINTH CENTURY B.C.E.: THE OMRIDE CONNECTION
	SUMMARY
David Ussishkin: Solomon's Jerusalem: The Text and the Facts on the Ground
Gunnar Lehmann: The United Monarchy in the Countryside: Jerusalem, Judah, and the Shephelah during the Tenth Century B.C.E.
	MEDITERRANEAN LANDSCAPES
	POPULATION SIZE
	SOCIAL MOVEMENTS: ENDOGAMY AND MARRIAGE ALLIANCES
	SETTLEMENT PATTERN
	BACK TO JERUSALEM: A CONCLUSION
		DEMOGRAPHY
		ECONOMY
		SOCIOPOLITICAL DEVELOPMENTS
J. J. M. Roberts: Solomon's Jerusalem and the Zion Tradition
Richard Elliott Friedman: Solomon and the Great Histories
Part 2: THE RISE AND FALL OF JERUSALEM AT THE END OF THE JUDAHITE KINGDOM
Hillel Geva: Western Jerusalem at the End of the First Temple Period in Light of the Excavations in the Jewish Quarter
	INTRODUCTION
	THE DEBATE IN THE PAST BETWEEN "MINIMALISTS" AND "MAXIMALISTS"
	REMAINS OF THE SETTLEMENT AT THE END OF THE FIRST TEMPLE PERIODIN THE JEWISH QUARTER
	DOMESTIC CONSTRUCTION
	THE FORTIFICATIONS
	DATING THE SETTLEMENT ON THE SOUTHWESTERN HILL AND THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE FORTIFICATIONS
	THE QUESTION OF THE WALL'S CONTINUATION WESTWARD
	SUMMARY: THE CHARACTER OE THE SETTLEMENT ON THE SOUTHWESTERN HILL
Ronny Reich and Eli Shukron: The Urban Development of Jerusalem in the Late Eighth Century B.C.E.
James K. Hoffmeier: Egypt's Role in the Events of 701 B.C. in Jerusalem
	KASHTA, FATHER OF THE TWENTY-FIFTH DYNASTY
	PI(ANKH)Y, CONQUEROR OF EGYPT
	SHABAKO (716-702 B.C.)
	SHABATAKA (SHEBITKU) 702-690 B.c.
	TAHARQA AND THE EVENTS OF 701 B.C.
	CONCLUDING THOUGHTS
K. Lawson Younger Jr.: Assyrian Involvement in the Southern Levant at the End of the Eighth Century B.C.E.
	CONCLUSION
J. J. M. Roberts: Egypt, Assyria, Isaiah, and the Ashdod Affair: An Alternative Proposal
James K. Hoffmeier: Egypt's Role in the Events of 701 B.C.: A Rejoinder to J. J. M. Roberts
Lynn Tatum: Jerusalem in Conflict: The Evidence for the Seventh-Century B.C.E. Religious Struggle over Jerusalem
	INTRODUCTION
	SECONDARY STATE COLLAPSE
		SECONDARY STATE COLLAPSE: TRAITS
		SECONDARY STATE COLLAPSE: DIACHRONIC ASPECTS
		SECONDARY STATE COLLAPSE: "AFTERMATH" DEVELOPMENTS
	CENTRALIZING/ SEGMENTARY CONFLICT
	EVALUATING THE JERUSALEM MATERIAL
	CONCLUSION
Gary N. Knoppers: "The City Yhwh Has Chosen": The Chronicler's Promotion of Jerusalem in Light of Recent Archaeology
	THE PRIMACY OF JERUSALEM IN THE UNITED MONARCHY
	WHY PROMOTE JERUSALEM?
	JERUSALEM'S INTERNATIONAL IMPORT IN THE JUDAHITE MONARCHY
	CONCLUSIONS
Part 3—BIBLICAL JERUSALEM: TOWARD A CONSENSUS
Ann E. Killebrew: Biblical Jerusalem: An Archaeological Assessment
	ARCHAEOLOGICAL CONSENSUS: MIDDLE BRONZE IIB (CA. 1800-1550 B.C.E.) AND IRON IIC (CA. 720-586 B.C.E.)—AN URBAN FORTIFIED JERUSALEM
	ARCHAEOLOGICAL CONTROVERSY: LATE BRONZE-IRON IIB (CA. 1550-720 B.C.E.) — A FORTIFIED URBAN CITY OR MODEST REGIONAL CENTER?
	CONCLUSIONS
Margreet Steiner: The Evidence from Kenyon's Excavations in Jerusalem: A Response Essay
	JERUSALEM DURING THE AMARNA PERIOD (FOURTEENTH CENTURY B.C.E.)
		NOT ENOUGH AREA WAS EXCAVATED
		EROSION OR REMOVAL BY LATER BUILDING ACTIVITY
		JERUSALEM WAS NOT A CITY OR IMPORTANT TOWN DURING THE AMARNA PERIOD
	DO THE LARGE STEPPED STONE STRUCTURE AND THE EARTH-FILLED TERRACES CONSTITUTE ONE ARCHITECTURAL SYSTEM OR TWO SEPARATE STRUCTURES, AND WHAT IS THE EVIDENCE FOR THEIR DATING?
	JERUSALEM AT THE BEGINNING OF IRON AGE II
Yairah Amit: Jerusalem in Bible and Archaeology: When Did Jerusalem Become a Subject of Polemic?
William M. Scbniedewind: Jerusalem, the Late Judaean Monarchy, and the Composition of Biblical Texts
	THE CONTEXT FOR WRITING THE BIBLE
	LATE MONARCHIC JERUSALEM
	ASPECTS OF THE BIBLICAL LITERARY TRADITION
		ISAIAH OF JERUSALEM
		THE HEZEKIAN EDITION OF THE DEUTERONOMISTIC HISTORY
		THE BOOK OF AMOS
		THE BOOK OF HOSEA
Neil Asher Silberman: Archaeology, Ideology, and the Search for David and Solomon
Andrew G. Vaughn: Is Biblical Archaeology Theologically Useful Today? Yes, A Programmatic Proposal
	PLACHER'S APPROACH (= THE "MEANING" APPROACH)
	BACKGROUND TO THE PROBLEM
	MOVING BEYOND PLACHER'S PROPOSAL
		THE ESSENTIAL CONTINUITY APPROACH
		RHETORICAL AND LITERARY APPROACHES
	HISTORICAL IMAGINATION AS A MEANS TO CORRECT THESE PROBLEMATIC ALTERNATIVES
	JERUSALEM DURING THE REIGNS OF DAVID AND SOLOMON
	JERUSALEM DURING THE REIGNS OF HEZEKIAH AND JOSIAH
		BACKGROUND (POSITIVE) HISTORY FROM THE EIGHTH CENTURY
		CRITICAL (NEGATIVE) HISTORY FROM THE EIGHTH CENTURY
	CONCLUSION
Bibliography
Indices
	Index of Primary Sources
	Index of Ancient Names and Places
	Index of Modern Authorities
Contributors
                        

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