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Ancient Near Eastern Studies (5 vols.)

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The Ancient Near Eastern Studies series covers over a century of research done in Mesopotamia, Egypt, the Levant, and the Arabian Peninsula. This five-volume collection examines the history of these ancient lands according to archaeological evidence, ancient literature, and the biblical record, drawing connections between physical artifacts and Scripture. Biblical scholars, students of archaeology, and anyone else interested in the ancient Near East will treasure this collection.

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Key Features

  • Discusses the cultures and civilizations relevant to the Bible
  • Explains historical significance of excavation sites and artifacts
  • Draws connections between ancient literature, archaeology, and scriptural texts

Product Details

  • Title: Ancient Near Eastern Studies
  • Publisher: Eisenbrauns
  • Volumes: 5
  • Pages: 2,080
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  1. Shelley Metzger
  2. Daniel Warner

    Daniel Warner


    Can find them all at Eisenbrauns, they are classics, the first one listed (Reader) has many good topics that are very relevant to biblical studies giving clarification to key archaeological topics, use the book for my archaeology class, Jacobsen's book same as above but deals with Mesopotamia, all of the works are great for research purpose, to many topics to list, price is good.
  3. Jonathan D. Safren
    I cannot determine whether or not these collections are relevant to my research interests, as there is no listing of the articles. Any scholar who is considering purchasing a collection of articles, not to speak of several collections at once, is first of all interested how many of the articles included interest him.
  4. David Paul

    David Paul


    I've mentioned this on the forum... There is usually ZERO chance that I will buy any essay collection unless there is a listing of the essays included in the product description. Titles are necessary...descriptions of each are far better.
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