Plate: XIV: The Ziggarut at Ur, op. p.142.
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Bible and Archaeology by Frederic G. Kenyon

Sir Frederic George Kenyon
Sir Frederic George Kenyon. Photograph by Lafayette.

Today’s free book is The Bible and Archaeology by Frederic G. Kenyon, Director and Principal Librarian of the Librarian of the British Museum and President of the British Academy (1917-1921). This book entered the public domain on the 1st January 2023 and was scanned using the copy held in Spurgeon’s College library.

Frederic George Kenyon [1863-1952], The Bible and Archaeology. London: George G. Harrap & Co. Ltd., 1940. Hbk. pp.310. [Click here to visit the download page for this title]

Table of Contents

  • Preface
  1. The Nature of Archaeological Evidence
  2. Mesopotamia: (I) Assyria and Nineveh
  3. Egypt
  4. The Hittites
  5. Crete and Philistia
  6. Mesopotamia: (II) Sumer and Babylonia
    • Telloh (Lagash)
    • Nippur: The Sumerian Story of the Creation and the Deluge
    • Susa: The Laws of Hammurabi
    • Babylon
    • Kalah Shergat (Ashur)
    • Ur
    • Kish and Jemdet Nasr
    • Other Sites
  7. Syria and Adjoining Countries
    • Tell Halaf
    • Ras Shamra
    • Other Sites (Tell Atchana, Mari, etc.)
  8. Palestine and Sinai
    • Jerusalem
    • Samaria
    • Jericho
    • Lachish
    • Bethshan, Megiddo, and other Sites
    • Sinai
  9. Papyri
  10. Other Manuscripts
    • The Codex Sinaiticus
    • The Apology of Aristides
    • The Sinaitic Syriac Palimpsest
    • The Diatessaron of Tatian
    • The Teaching of the Apostles and the Second Epistle of Clement
    • The Book of Enoch
    • The Gospel and Apocalypse of Peter
    • The Hebrew Original of Ecclesiasticus
    • Aquila and the Hexapla
    • The Freer Manuscripts
    • The Koddethi Gospels
    • The Odes of Solomon
  11. Archaeological Discovery and the Old Testament
  12. Archaeological Discovery and the New Testament
  • Index

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