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Tel Dan in Its Northern Cultic Context
Andrew R. Davis

ISBN 1589839307
Status Available
Price: $47.95
Binding Hardback
Publication Date November, 2013
Pages 226
   

This work presents in detail a description of archaeological data from the Iron II temple complex at Tel Dan in northern Israel. Davis analyzes the archaeological remains from the ninth and eighth centuries, paying close attention to how the temple functioned as sacred space. Correlating the archaeological data with biblical depictions of worship, especially the “textual strata” of 1 Kings 18 and the book of Amos, Davis argues that the temple was the site of “official” and family religion and that worship at the temple became increasingly centralized. Tel Dan's role in helping reconstruct ancient Israelite religion, especially distinctive religious traditions of the northern kingdom, is also considered.

Andrew R. Davis is Assistant Professor of Hebrew Bible at Seattle University School of Theology and Ministry.

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