By Galil, Gershon; Gilboa, Ayelet; Maeir, Aren; M. Kahn, Dan'el
Reinhard Achenbach - Divine struggle and Yhwh’s Wars: non secular Ideologies of warfare within the old close to East and within the previous Testament
Michal Artzy - Continuation and alter within the 13th–10th Centuries BCE: Bronze-Working Koine?
Michael Avioz - The Davidic Covenant in 2 Samuel 7: Conditional or Unconditional?
Yigal Bloch - Assyro-Babylonian Conflicts within the Reign of Aššur-rēša-iši I: The Contribution of Administrative files to History-Writing
Walter Dietrich - David and the Philistines: Literature and History
Frederick Mario Fales - Ḫanigalbat within the Early Neo-Assyrian Royal Inscriptions: A Retrospective View
Avraham Faust - among Israel and Philistia: Ethnic Negotiations within the South in the course of the Iron Age I
Gershon Galil - Solomon’s Temple: Fiction or Reality?
Yosef Garfinkel, Saar Ganor and Michael G. Hasel - The Iron Age urban of Khirbet Qeiyafa after 4 Seasons of Excavations
Moshe Garsiel - Ideological Discordance among the prophets Nathan and Samuel as reflecting the Divergence among the booklet of Samuel’s authors
Moti Haiman - Geopolitical features of the Southern Levant wilderness within the 11th–10th Centuries BCE
Larry G. Herr - Jordan within the Iron I and IIB Periods
Richard S. Hess - The detailed worth of Human lifestyles in Israel’s Earliest felony Traditions
Victor Avigdor Hurowitz - Yhwh’s Exalted condominium Revisited: New Comparative gentle at the Biblical photo of Solomon’s Temple
Sandra Jacobs - נפש תחת נפש “A lifestyles for A existence” and napšāte umalla
Dan'el Kahn - A Geo-Political and old standpoint of Merneptah’s coverage in Canaan
Aaron Koller - The Kos within the Levant: techniques on its Distribution, functionality, and unfold from the past due Bronze to the Iron Age II
André Lemaire - West Semitic Epigraphy and the heritage of the Levant in the course of the 12th–10th Centuries BCE
Yigal Levin - Ideology and truth within the publication of Judges
Mario Liverani - Melid within the Early and center Iron Age: Archaeology and History
Aren M. Maeir - Insights at the Philistine tradition and comparable concerns: an summary of 15 Years of labor at inform eṣ-Ṣafi/Gath
Alan Millard - Scripts and their makes use of within the 12th–10th Centuries BCE
John P. Nielsen - Nebuchadnezzar I’s jap Front
Troy Leiland Sagrillo - Šîšaq’s military: 2 Chronicles 12:2–3 from an Egyptological Perspective
Itamar Singer - The Philistines within the North and the dominion of Taita
Ephraim Stern - Archaeological continues to be of the Northern Sea humans alongside the Sharon and Carmel Coasts and the Acco and Jezrael Valleys
Christoffer Theis and Peter van der Veen - a few “Provenanced” Egyptian Inscriptions from Jerusalem: A initial research of previous and New Evidence
Koert van Bekkum - Coexistence as Guilt: Iron I stories in Judges 1
Assaf Yasur-Landau - Chariots, Spears and Wagons: Anatolian and Aegean components within the Medinet Habu Land conflict Relief
Ran Zadok - The Aramean Infiltration and Diffusion within the higher Jazira, 1150–930 BCE
Wolfgang Zwickel - Cult within the Iron Age I–IIA within the Land of Israel
Wolfgang Zwickel - The swap from Egyptian to Philistine Hegemony in South-Western Palestine through the Time of Ramesses III or IV
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