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Notes on the Bronze Age
Supplement to Lectures in Archaeology


by

Bryant G. Wood

(1991)



Bryant G. Wood




This electronic edition prepared by Dr. David C. Bossard

March, 2009

Copyright © 2009 by Bryant G. Wood.  All rights reserved.

CONTENTS.

NOTE: THESE ARE  REFERENCE MATERIALS CITED IN DR. WOOD'S LECTURES ON ARCHAEOLOGY. THEY SHOULD NOT BE COPIED OR DISTRIBUTED.

Siegfried Horn, Numbers 6:24-26 Authenticity and the Silver Scrolls  001  002

Suzanne Richards, Early Bronze Age: The Rise and Collapse of Urbanism, BA 50#1 1987 003  004  005  006  007  008  009  010  011  012  013  014  015

Map of Qumran  016

Temple Layouts 017

Samaria Map 018

Terms Used in Old Testament Study 019

Roman Administration of Palestine 020  021  022

William G. Dever The Middle Bronze Age: The Zenith of the Urban Canaanite Era. BA Sep 1987 Vol. 30 No. 3 023  024  025  026  027  028  029  030  031  032  033  034  035  036  037  038  039  040  041  042  043  044  045  046  047  048  049

Chronology of the Upper and Lower Cities at Hazor 050

Bryant G. Wood, Requirements for the Locations of Ai, Beth Avon and Beth El (Missing p.2) 051  052

 053

Albert Leonard, Jr. Archaeological Sources for the History of Palestine: The Late Bronze Age  054  055  056  057  058  059  060  061  062  063  064  065  066  067  068  069  070  071  072  073  074  075  076  077  078  079  080  081  082  083  084  085  086  087  088  089  090

Michael D. Lemonick Are the Bible's Stories True? Time Magazine, December 18, 1995  091  092  093  094  095  096  097  098  099

Bryant G. Wood, Egyptian Amphorae of the New Kingdom and Remasside Periods. Biblical Archaeologist, June 1987. 100  101  102  103  104  105  106  107  108

Edwin Yamauchi, The Scythians: Invading Hordes from the Russian Steppes. Biblical Archaeologist Spring 1983. 109  110  111  112  113  114  115  116  117  118

   

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