Table of contents for Jerusalem besieged : from ancient Canaan to modern Israel / Eric H. Cline.


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Abbreviations
List of Maps
List of Illustrations
List of Tables
Introduction: A Lonely Ship on a Hostile Sea
 Jerusalem under Siege
Chapter 1. A Rock and a High Place
 David and the Jebusites, 1000 BCE
Chapter 2. The End of the Beginning
 Nebuchadnezzar and the Neo-Babylonians, 586 BCE
Chapter 3. Oil upon Troubled Waters
 The Maccabean Rebellion, 165 BCE
Chapter 4. In Blood and Fire
 The First and Second Jewish Revolts, 70 and 135 CE
Chapter 5. The "Holy House"
 The Arrival of Islam, 638 CE
Chapter 6. For God, Gold, and Glory
 The Crusaders and Saladin, 1099 and 1187 CE
Chapter 7. The Sultan and the City
 Selim I and the Ottomans, 1516 CE
Chapter 8. Peace to Their Ashes, Honor to Their Memory
 Allenby and the Allied Forces, 1917 CE
Chapter 9. Jerusalem of Gold
 The Arab-Israeli Wars, 1948 and 1967 CE
Chapter 10. Speak Tenderly to Jerusalem
 The Intifadas and Beyond
Notes
Bibliography
Index \to come\




Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Jerusalem History, Military