Judah during Iron Age I and Iron Age II Essay by Professor Victor Verb

Judah during Iron Age I and Iron Age II
An investigation into changes in subsistence practices in Judah during Iron Age I and Iron Age II.
# 58687 | 2,189 words | 10 sources | MLA | 2004 | US


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This region has assumed new importance in the 21st century, but Palestine and its surroundings regions have held political, military, and strategic significance for thousands of years. In order to better understand what influences were at play during these early periods, this paper provides an examination of subsistence patterns in Iron Age I and II Judah, followed by a summary of the research in the conclusion. Includes an excellent map of ancient Judah's southern border as a figure.

From the Paper:

"While the invention of the wheel and the mastery of metal working are lost in the mists of time, many scientists credit the ancient Sumerians with both. In this region, the evolution of civilization and the benefits it produced allowed for such alternative pursuits, and the gains realized through improvements in trade and agriculture resulted in profound and lasting influences on how people have lived and worked together ever since."

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