Table of contents for Israel's history and the history of Israel / Mario Liverani ; translated by Chiara Peri and Philip R. Davies.

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Contents
Preface
Acknowledgements
1. Palestine in the Late Bronze Age (14th ? 13th Centuries)
Part One: A Normal History
2. The Transition (12th Century)
3. The New Society (c. 1150-1050)
4. The Formative Process (c. 1050-930)
5. The Kingdom of Israel (c. 930 -740)
6. The Kingdom of Judah (c. 930-720)
7. The Impact of the Assyrian Empire (c. 740-640)
8. Pause between Two Empires (c. 640-610)
9. The Impact of the Babylonian Empire (c.610-585)
Intermezzo
10. The Axial Age
11. The Diaspora
12. The Abandoned Landscape
Part Two: An Invented History
13. Returnees and ?Remainees?: The Invention of the Patriarchs
14. Returnees and Aliens: The Invention of the Conquest
15. A Nation without a King: The Invention of the Judges
16. The Royal Option: The Invention of the United Monarchy
17. The Priestly Option: The Invention of the Solomonic Temple
18. Self-Identification: The Invention of the Law
Epilogue
19. Local History and Universal Values
Bibliography
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Jews -- History -- To 586 B.C.
Bible. O.T. -- History of Biblical events.
Jews -- History -- To 586 B.C. -- Historiography.
Bible. O.T. -- Historiography.