2 edition of Hazor found in the catalog.
James A. de Rothschild Expedition at Hazor.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||by Yigael Yadin ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||Yadin, Yigael, 1917-1984.|
|LC Classifications||DS110H38 J4|
|The Physical Object|
HAZOR. Canaanite Metropolis, Israelite City. AMNON BEN-TOR pages, 19X25 cm, hard cover. ISBN Price: $40 + shipping “Hazor formerly was the head of all those kingdoms”—thus wrote the chronicler of the Book of Joshua (), and the source before him was undoubtedly reliable and accurate. Tel Hazor—Canaan’s Deadbolt in the North. Along the ancient international highway, geographical chokepoints required all travelers to pass well-fortified cities. Among these, Hazor was the most important in northern Israel. All two hundred acres of Tel Hazor were occupied during the Canaanite period.
In fact, the book of Joshua describes Hazor as the head of all the northern Canaanite cities. According to the Bible, the site was one of those destroyed during the Israelite conquest. Excavations of the site have revealed that it was indeed destroyed in the 13th century B.C.E., but the identity of the people responsible is still under debate. A destruction layer at Hazor was dated by Israel Finkelstein and Yigal Yadin to B.C.E., the right time frame for Amos. At Lachish, David Ussishkin found a destruction level from the same time. Acre also has a similar layer dating to the mid-eighth century B.C.E. that, Zwickel points out, could have been courtesy of the Assyrians or quake.
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Hazor: Canaanite Metropolis:Israelite City Hardcover – March 7, by Amnon Ben-Tor (Author) out of 5 stars 3 ratings. See all 3 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ 5/5(3). Hazor. Hazor – Largest Archaeological Site in Israel Hazor is located northwest of the Sea of Galilee in Israel.
The ancient city is located on the southwestern edge of the Hulah Valley, and in ancient times it was situated south of the powerful city of Kadesh, and controlled a major trade route of the ancient Near East.
The city of Hazor lay almost nine miles north of the Sea of Galilee. During the time of Joshua, it was a Canaanite stronghold in northern Palestine. During the conquest of Hazor book, as Joshua marched his army northward, he was confronted by a coalition of forces under the leadership of Jabin, king of Hazor.
Hazor and Joshua. This brings us to Hazor, one of the main Canaanite cities in the far north of the land that Joshua conquered. It is located by the fertile, well-watered area of the Huleh Valley, about nine miles north of the Sea of Galilee and fifteen miles south of Dan. His is a truly great book.
The author's archeological work included the two most important undertakings organized in Israel. His work at Masada and his five year search for the ancient city of Hazor included uncovering 22 cities of antiquity. It resolved a problem concerning the destruction of Hazor by the by: The Canaanite city-state of Hazor appears in two different biblical stories that contradict each other.
Joshua Destroys Hazor. In the Book of Joshua, after the conquest of the southern half of the land is accomplished (ch. 10), Yabin, king of Hazor, gathers a number of other cities under his banner and leads an army against Joshua (Josh –5). Jabin, Canaanite King The Hazor book Jabin was based on the Hebrew language, which means “wise” or “discerner”.
It is a Biblical name, which refers to the King of the land of Hazor, as mentioned in the Book of Joshua The destruction, Yadin wrote in Hazor: The Rediscovery of a Great Citadel of the Bible (), "is doubtless to be ascribed to the Israelite tribes, as related in the Book of Joshua." Critics argue that the biblical account is a mythic saga written centuries after the events it describes.
Hazor’s fiery destruction took place in the days of Joshua. It’s the only city he burned to the ground. Archaeologists have found over 36 inches of charcoal and ash that confirm the biblical narrative.
The Book of Joshua tells us that Jabin was a powerful Canaanite king who led an alliance of nations against Joshua unsuccessfully.
Related Websites. Tel Hazor Excavation Project (Official site for Hazor excavations) Contains information for those interested in joining the dig. History of the site, excavation reports from previous seasons, and pictures are also included.
Archaeology in Israel: Hatzor (Jewish Virtual Library) Highlights Hazor’s history during the periods of the Canaanite city and the Israelite city. Hazor near Lake Merom. This is the most well-known city of Hazor. It is near Lake Merom, where it was strategically located on ancient trade routes from the north, east and was controlled by both the Canaanites and Israelites, and was a major military objective of various ancient kings from as far away as is now the largest archaeological site in Israel.
HAZOR (Heb. חָצוֹר), a large Canaanite and Israelite city in Upper Galilee. It is identified with Tell al-Qidāḥ (also called Tell Waqqāṣ), 8¾ mi. (14 km.) north of the Sea of Galilee and 5 mi.
(8 km.) southwest of Lake. * city was strategically located in ancient times and dominates the main branches of the Via Maris ("Way of the Sea") leading from Egypt to.
HAZOR. ha'-zor (chatsor; Nasor; Codex Sinaiticus, Asor, 1 Macc ): (1) The royal city of Jabin (Joshua ), which, before the Israelite conquest, seems to have been the seat of a wide authority (Joshua ).It was taken by Joshua, who exterminated the inhabitants, and it was the only city in that region which he destroyed by fire ().
Moreover, Hazor, if indeed destroyed by incoming Israelites, would be an exception. Ben-Tor’s retelling of Hazor’s story throughout is clear and lively, well balanced between fact and interpretation and copiously illustrated, mostly in color.
It is a genuinely “popular” book. Hazor book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. B&W and Color Illustrations/5.
Hazor, I-IV, in 4 Volumes (Includes one volume of plates) [The James A. De Rothschild Expedition at Hazor, An Account of. Excavations, ] by Yadin, Yigael, Yohanan Aharoni, Ruth Amiran, Trude Dothan, Immanuel Dunayevsky and Jean Perrot and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Joshua | View whole chapter | See verse in context And it came to pass, when Jabin king of Hazor had heard those things, that he sent to Jobab king of Madon, and to the king of Shimron, and to the king of Achshaph, Joshua | View whole chapter | See verse in context And Joshua at that time turned back, and took Hazor, and smote the king thereof with the sword:.
The History of Hazor. Jabin’s general, is described in the Book of Judges, Chapter 4. Israelite Hazor. The Israelite settlement was again limited to the upper city.
Meager remains, the most noteworthy of which is a cultic high-place, represent sporadic occupation during the time of the Judges. A six chambered gate and casemate wall of the. Hazor was the largest city ever built in Pal.
during the Biblical period, accommodating up to 40, inhabitants. Though the city dates back to the third millennium ( b.c.), its most flourishing era was during the second millennium. The largest structure revealed in the recent Hazor excavations is the so-called “ceremonial palace” in the middle of the acropolis.
In the ruins of the palace, Ben-Tor and his team have discovered many rich finds—including bronze statues (see photo above), ivory, jewelry, seals and even a lion-headed rhyton, or drinking vessel—that all point to the wealth of.
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A visit to the biblical city of Hazor which is mentioned in the book of Joshua.Then Joshua turned back and captured Hazor. He killed its king with a sword. (Hazor was formerly the head of all these kingdoms.) JPS Tanakh And Joshua turned back at that time, and took Hazor, and smote the king thereof with the sword: for Hazor beforetime was the head of all those kingdoms.
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