A History of Biblical Israel - The Fate of the Tribes and Kingdoms from Merenptah to Bar Kochba - Ernst Axel Knauf

A History of Biblical Israel - The Fate of the Tribes and Kingdoms from Merenptah to Bar Kochba - Ernst Axel Knauf

10. From Antiochus III to Salome Alexandra

A History of Biblical Israel - The Fate of the Tribes and Kingdoms from Merenptah to Bar Kochba - Ernst Axel Knauf

Ernst Axel Knauf [+-]
University of Berne
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Ernst Axel Knauf is Associate Professor of the Old Testament and Biblical Studies at the University of Berne.
Philippe Guillaume [+-]
University of Berne
Philippe Guillaume (PhD Geneva 2002, Habilitation Berne 2011) is Lecturer at the University of Berne. His latest monograph is co-authored with Ernst Axel Knauf, A History of Biblical Israel (Equinox, 2016). With Diana Edelman, he is involved in the study of various aspects of the Deuteronomic economy.

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The transition to Seleucid rule followed by the rise of centripetal forces fosters the emergence of the Hasmoneans and their attempt to turn Biblical Israel into a political reality. The Samaritan reaction initiates the disintegration of Biblical Israel.

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Knauf, Axel; Guillaume, Philippe. 10. From Antiochus III to Salome Alexandra. A History of Biblical Israel - The Fate of the Tribes and Kingdoms from Merenptah to Bar Kochba. Equinox eBooks Publishing, United Kingdom. p. 203-214 Oct 2016. ISBN 9781781791424. https://www.equinoxpub.com/home/view-chapter/?id=22641. Date accessed: 28 Oct 2021 doi: 10.1558/equinox.22641. Oct 2016

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