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Assuming farming is required, the following results were found.

  • farming

    https://biblearchaeology.org/component/tags/farming?Itemid=245
  • A Typical Israelite Community in the OT Period

    apart. Commercial enterprises would often be miles away. In contrast, the evidence indicates that the typical Israelite farming community, like that of the earlier Canaanites, would have been a cluster of houses built in close proximity to each other,...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/judges-united-monarchy/2648-a-typical-israelite-community-in-the-ot-period
  • Cultural Change and the Confusion of Language in Ancient Sumer

    early days. Landsberger pointed out that this is especially true of words pertaining to agriculture, showing that the basic farming vocabulary and common farming techniques used in southern Mesopotamia were the invention of non-Sumerian people. To the...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/patriarchal-era/2567-cultural-change-and-the-confusion-of-language-in-ancient-sumer
  • Geography: Who Cares?

    it could be that the 'land of milk' refers to the dry regions primarily in the south, where rainfall is not sufficient for farming but adequate for livestock. The 'land of honey' may then relate to regions primarily in the western and northern areas,...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/contemporary-issues/3549-geography-who-cares
  • Of Peleg and Pangaea

    Coptic, Ethiopic and in Greek. The root is used to refer to irrigation canals which carried the water throughout the farming land of Mesopotamia. However, an examination of the Greek usage (of the family of Japeth) of the root letters PL and PLG clearly...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/flood/3837-of-peleg-and-pangaea
  • Joseph in Egypt: Part II

    a steward. We remember too that Joseph came from an agricultural family, and presumably already had extensive knowledge of farming techniques and farm animals. 'By the sweat of your face you shall eat bread' (Gn 3:19). Egyptians harvesting wheat, from...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/patriarchal-era/3724-joseph-in-egypt-part-ii
  • Genesis and Ancient Near Eastern Stories of Creation and Flood: Part II

    (Tamtu). But in the Harab myth, river, i.e., Idu (=Heb. ’ēd), comes in the next generation as daughter of sea (Tamtu).” 4. Farming and shepherding appear in the creation “in a genealogical sequence” in both stories. 5. In both, the first city tradition...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/flood/3050-genesis-and-ancient-near-eastern-stories-of-creation-and-flood-part-ii
  • Making Sense of the Days of Peleg

    Coptic, Ethiopic and in Greek. The root is used to refer to irrigation canals which carried the water throughout the farming land of Mesopotamia. However, an examination of the Greek usage (of the family of Japeth [one of Noah’s three sons]) of the root...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/flood/2887-making-sense-of-the-days-of-peleg
  • Revisiting the Peleg Event

    Ethiopic and Greek. The root is used in Akkadian to refer to irrigationcanals, which carried the water throughout the farming land of Mesopotamia. A similar use is found in Syrian. My reason for emphasizing Northrup’s analysis is because the connotation...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/flood/2798-revisiting-the-peleg-event
  • The Wealth and Power of the Biblical Patriarchs

    socioeconomic situations, such as sedentary elements, agropastoralists, pastoralists who engage in occasional dry farming, “pure” pastoral nomads, etc. (1990: 68). Hopkins has likewise pointed out: In place of the desert versus the sown, there stands a...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/patriarchal-era/2506-the-wealth-and-power-of-the-biblical-patriarchs
  • Evidence for Inerrancy from a Second Unexpected Source: The Jubilee and Sabbatical Cycles

    Leviticus, the people were commanded to start counting the years on their entrance into Canaan. After six years of normal farming, the seventh year was to be a Sabbath rest for the land, reminiscent of the command to remember the weekly Sabbath that was...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/exodus-from-egypt/2662-evidence-for-inerrancy-from-a-second-unexpected-source-the-jubilee-and-sabbatical-cycles
  • What is God's Perspective on Immigration?

    We know this situation existed because when sufficient time had passed after the Flood for Noah to have taken up sedentary farming and planted a vineyard (Genesis 9:20 ff), all three of Noah's sons and their families were still living in close...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/contemporary-issues/3770-what-is-gods-perspective-on-immigration

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