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BIBLICAL ARCHAEOLOGY

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INSTRUCTOR
DR. JUDD H. BURTON

COURSE DESCRIPTION
Biblical Archaeology is a course devoted to the study of archaeology in the ancient Levant.  Of particular interest are the contributions which archaeology has made to the study of the Biblical world.  Significant sites from the Old Testament, Interbiblical Period, New Testament, Mesopotamia, Egypt, Asia Minor, and the Mediterannean will comprise the bulk of study, in addition to an overview of basic archaeological methodology.  Offered monthly.

TEXT
Hill, Petrie, MacAlister, et al.  How to Observe Archaeology:  Insights into the Biblical World.  IBA, 2011.

COURSE OUTLINE
WEEK 1: INTRODUCTION/METHODS
WEEK 2: THE ANCIENT NEAR EAST
WEEK 3: THE ANCIENT LEVANT
WEEK 4: GREECE, ASIA MINOR/CONCLUSION

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