Biblical Archaeology’s Architectural Bias.

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The article discusses the way biblical-era nomadic societies have been treated in biblical archaeology. Topics discussed include identification of various kingdoms in the archaeological record and the assessment of their political organization; monumentality in the 10th century BCE or the absolute chronology of the early Iron Age and information on the biblical Edom, which was centered in the Arabah Valley and achieved a high level of social complexity.
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages3
Specialist publicationBiblical Archaeology Review
PublisherBiblical Archaeology Society
StatePublished - 1 Nov 2019


  • Arabah Valley (Israel & Jordan)
  • Preservation of antiquities
  • Iron Age
  • Biblical antiquities
  • Political organizations


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