Description   This seminar course aims at a fuller
understanding of Israelite and Judean religious
ideas and practices through critical use of texts
from the Hebrew Bible, contemporary epigraphic
texts, iconography, and archaeology. The temporal
focus will be on the Monarchic, or Iron II,
period: 1000-586 BCE. Geographic focus will be on
the southern Levant, with comparative look at the
religions of the neighboring cultures of
Phoenicia, Edom, Moab, and Ammon as a mode for
contextualizing contemporary Israelite and Judean
religious beliefs and practices. Course
requirements include presentations on selected
secondary readings, class discussions, and a
final research paper on a thematically related
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* Note: The description above does not necessarily apply to any courses other than the one in the latest term.
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