1 edition of Early Israelite agriculture found in the catalog.
Early Israelite agriculture
by Institute of Archaeology and Andrews University Press in Berrien Springs, Mich
Written in English
|Statement||contributors: Oded Borowski ... [et al.] ; Øystein Sakala LaBianca and David C. Hopkins, editors ; associate editors: Lori A. Haynes, Lorita E. Hubbard|
|Series||Occasional papers of the Institute of Archaeology, Andrews University -- no. 1, Occasional papers of the Institute of Archaeology, Andrews University -- no. 1|
|Contributions||LaBianca, Øystein Sakala, Hopkins, David C., 1952-, Borowski, Oded|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 55 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||55|
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This book deals with agriculture as practiced in ancient Israel from the settlement to the destruction of the First Temple. It describes crops and trees cultivated by the Israelite farmer and the methods and tools used in s: 1.
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For centuries the Western tradition has traced its beginnings back to ancient Israel, but recently some historians and archaeologists have questioned the reality of Israel as it is described in biblical literature. The firstfruits of grain offered during the Festival of Unleavened Bread would have been barley.
“In the early stages of the Israelite settlement the most important cereal was barley because of the necessity to settle fringe areas and barley’s tolerance of harsh conditions” (Oded Borowski, Agriculture in Iron Age Israel,page 7).
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