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Intro to Biblical Archaeology, Part 2: Middle Bronze Age

Digging the Bible uncovers a wealth of artifacts from the ancient world, and each one has a story to tell. The Middle Bronze Age is the time of the patriarchs, Abraham, Isaac, Jacob and Joseph. This is session 2 in a 4-part series. See also The Drama of Biblical Archaeology, Archaeology and Exodus from Egypt, Archaeology and Time of the Judges.

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Other Sessions:

TitleSpeaker Name
Intro to Biblical Archaeology, Part 1: The Drama of Biblical ArchaeologyDr. George Sparks
Intro to Biblical Archaeology, Part 2: Middle Bronze AgeDr. George Sparks
Intro to Biblical Archaeology, Part 3: Late Bronze AgeDr. George Sparks
Intro to Biblical Archaeology, Part 4: The Iron AgeDr. George Sparks

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Speaker: Dr. George Sparks
Level: Beginner
Date: 6/8/17
Length: 26:48

Comments (2)

  • Thomas Brennan

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    Excellent material and presentation. Very happy to see Tomb of Ramsses’ Sons included. This was a spectacular discovery. Ramesses had many secondary wives, perhaps that’s why s many tombs were built into the site. What a hock if all his first born sons died at the hands of the Angel of Death. What a rage that must have driven him to pursue the Israelites. Just a conjecture, but all those tombs are unusual. Thank you.

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  • Thomas Brennan

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    Excellent material and presentation. Very happy to see Tomb of Ramsses’ Sons included. This was a spectacular discovery. Ramesses had many secondary wives, perhaps that’s why s many tombs were built into the site. What a hock if all his first born sons died at the hands of the Angel of Death. What a rage that must have driven him to pursue the Israelites. Just a conjecture, but all those tombs are unusual. Thank you.

    Reply

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