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|Lecture I||Introduction; The Biblical Tradition Examined|
|Lecture II||The Biblical Tradition Examined (continuation)|
|Lecture III||External Evidence|
Western Asia in the Second Millennium BC
The Land of Canaan. To Illustrate the sites named in the Lectures
Earliest Migration of ancestors of Israel (Abraham) into Canaan, dated, according to biblical tradition, about the time of Hammurabi (c. 2100 BC).
Theory of the distribution of the Leah-tribes and Handmaid tribes in Canaan c. fifteenth century B.C., prior to the arrival of the Joseph-Tribe. Cf. pp. 37, 43f., 50ff., 85.
Theory of the ditribution of the the tribes of Israel during the sojourn of the Joseph-tribe in Egypt, c. fourteenth and fifteenth centuries BC.. Cf. pp. 28ff., 34ff., 44ff., 87 ff.
Final Position of the tribes of Israel in Canaan
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