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Jericho

By John R. Bartlett

Jericho

Jericho

By John R. Bartlett

An account of archaeological developments at the biblical site of Jericho.

Series: Cities of the Biblical World
Trade Information: LGEN
Available as: Paperback

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ISBN: 9780718824563

Specifications: 210x148mm, 128pp

Published: November 1987

£20.25

From the Cities of the Biblical World series – a series presenting the results of recent archaeological developments at major Biblical sites for the general reader, the student and the tourist.

Say the name Jericho and the one thing everybody knows about the city is that once upon a time the walls fell down flat. The more knowledgeable will go on to tell you that it had something to do with Joshua, with the children of Israel, possibly even with spies; and that you can read all about it in Exodus.

In Jericho John Barlett says that the biblical story cries out for archaeological support. Fifty years ago the archaeologists believed they had found it. Now they are not so sure. Some of them even say that there is no archaeological evidence at all to support the idea of a collapse in the days of Joshua, and this therefore provides a classic example of relating what the Bible says and what archaeologists find (or fail to find) in the reconstruction of history. There is, however, more to the history of Jericho than this one incident and John Barlett guides us through the story of its excavation, describing the many finds, including a large amount of pottery and the famous plastered skulls.

List of Illustrations
Preface
Chronological Table

1. 'Like the garden of the Lord'
2. Intrepretation and excavation
3. The beginnings of city life
4. The arrival of pottery
5. Jericho in the Bronze Age
6. Israelite Jericho
7. Jericho under the Hasmonaeans and the Herods

Indexes

John R. Barlett is Lecturer in Divinity and Fellow of Trinity College Dublin.

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