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  • Mesha, King of Moab

    This article was first published in the Spring 1996 issue of Bible and Spade. 'I am Mesha, son Chemosh[ît], king of Moab, the Dibonite.'(1) So begins one of the most extraordinary ancient documents ever found. (For the unusual circumstances surrounding...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/divided-kingdom/3437-mesha-king-of-moab
  • Moab

    https://biblearchaeology.org/component/tags/moab?Itemid=245
  • New Light on the 'Forgotten' Conquest

    Ai, Hebron, Hazor, and possibly other sites where excavation has not yet revealed whether they were fortified or not. Edom, Moab and Ammon God told the Israelites not to attack the Edomites, Moabites and Ammonites since they were related to the...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/conquest-of-canaan/3630-new-light-on-the-forgotten-conquest
  • Tall el-Hammam 2008: A Personal Perspective

    That was also the time period when the Israelites passed through this area - called at that time 'the plains ( araboth ) of Moab' (Nu 22:1). Moab was one of the non-Canaanite cultures living in the Jordanian mountains. Their kingdom centered in the...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/patriarchal-era/4108-tall-elhammam-2008-a-personal-perspective
  • Omri, King of Israel

    ruler. 846 BC, Mesha Inscription Lines 7 and 8 of the Mesha Inscription read: Omri had occupied the land of Medeba (northern Moab), and had dwelt there in his time (Albright 1969: 320; for a discussion of the Mesha Inscription, see Wood 1996b). Other...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/divided-kingdom/3774-omri-king-of-israel
  • The Satellite Bible Atlas: A Must Have Resource

    Country, Shephelah, Coastal Plain 1-11 Shephelah of Judah 1-12 South(Negev to Elath) 1-13 Biblical Negev 1-14 Dead Sea and Moab 1-15 3D Views East and North 1-16 3D View Northeast 1-17 Archaeology: The Tel The Patriarchs and Egyptian Relations with...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/current-events-list/4003-the-satellite-bible-atlas-a-must-have-resource
  • A Typical Israelite Community in the OT Period

    have had a place to live.19 This might explain the situation of Naomi and Ruth in Ruth 2 after they came to Bethlehem from Moab. 11. An item not discussed in any of the materials noted so far are the “gardens.” Antoun diagrams in Figure 5 how the garden...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/judges-united-monarchy/2648-a-typical-israelite-community-in-the-ot-period
  • Meat Offered to Idols' in Pergamum and Thyatira

    go back to the account found in Nm 22-25, 31. Balaam, a prophet of the LORD (Nm 22:18), was invited by Balak, the king of Moab, to curse the nation of Israel. At first, Balaam refused to go to Moab, but later went to Balak. He went, however, with strict...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/new-testament-era/3972-meat-offered-to-idols-in-pergamum-and-thyatira
  • The Old Testament and the Ancient Near East: Profits and Losses

    more than a century after his death. Mesha From the same time period as the Tell Dan inscription (ca. 850–840 BC) comes the Moabite monument self-attributed to Mesha, King of Moab. In it he provides a most telling reportage of his conflict with Joram,...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/ancient-near-eastern-studies/2368-the-old-testament-and-the-ancient-near-east-profits-and-losses
  • The Place of Textual Updating in an Inerrant View of Scripture: Part Two

    of some time. According to the chronology of this period before the Conquest of Canaan, Moses arrived at the plains ofMoab approximately three months before Joshua led the children of Israel across the Jordan River. In that brief time frame, Moses wrote...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/contemporary-issues/2565-the-place-of-textual-updating-in-an-inerrant-view-of-scripture-part-two
  • The Tel Dan Stela and the Kings of Aram and Israel

    3:2). Joram was on good terms with the kings of Judah. He teamed up with Jehoshaphat to put down a revolt of Mesha, king of Moab, in ca. 846 BC (2 Kgs 3:4–27; Wood 1996b: 55–58). The next king of Judah, Jehoram (848–841 BC), married Joram’s sister...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/contemporary-issues/2233-the-tel-dan-stela-and-the-kings-of-aram-and-israel
  • The Jordan River Valley, the Jordan River and the Jungle of the Jordan

    widens into a circular appearance when viewed from above. This is the same region later called the arabah ('plains') of Moab' in Numbers and Deuteronomy. Throughout history, habitation in the Jordan Valley has been a challenge. Settlers have to consider...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/patriarchal-era/3844-the-jordan-river-valley-the-jordan-river-and-the-jungle-of-the-jordan
  • Judges: Forgotten History: Part Two With Dr. Bryant Wood

    book in the Old Testament. Part two focuses on a structure found at Jericho that could be the palace of Eglon, King of Moab.

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/judges-united-monarchy/4203-judges-forgotten-history-part-two-with-dr-bryant-wood
  • Let The Evidence Speak

    centuries, thus correlating with the timeframe of the Deborah-Barak conquest of Hazor. 12 Judges 3 tells of Eglon, king of Moab, establishing a residency at Jericho and exacting tribute from the Israelite tribes for 18 years in the late 14th century....

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/conquest-of-canaan/4137-let-the-evidence-speak
  • Judges: Forgotten History: Part Three With Dr. Bryant Wood

    of the Book of Judges. Part 3 continues to focus on a structure found at Jericho that could be the palace of Eglon, King of Moab.

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/judges-united-monarchy/4121-judges-forgotten-history-part-three-with-dr-bryant-wood
  • Date Palms: Not In My Back Yard!?!? Or, Maybe...

    and palaces, dozens of this style of pillar capital have been found in the ancient kingdoms of Judah, Israel, Ammon and Moab. The decoration is considered to be a palmette, a curving date palm tree motif. The palmette proto-Aeolic capital is also...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/conquest-of-canaan/3621-date-palms-not-in-my-back-yard-or-maybe
  • Oh Little Town of Bethlehem

    story is found in the book of Ruth. Famine struck the area and the family of Elimelech and Naomi migrated to the Land of Moab to the east of the Dead Sea. In due time,Elimelech and his two sons died. When Naomi heard that the Lord had visited Bethlehem...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/new-testament-era/3532-oh-little-town-of-bethlehem
  • Relearning Old Lessons: Archaeologists Fail to Use Sound Reasoning

    much earlier than traditionally believed, at a time quite possibly before the rise of monarchies in the neighboring areas of Moab, Ammon, and Judah. The absence of such evidence until recently should not have foreclosed the possibility of such...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/founder-s-corner/3523-relearning-old-lessons-archaeologists-fail-to-use-sound-reasoning
  • Testing the Factuality of the Conquest of Ai Narrative in the Book of Joshua: Part Three

    the Exodus, and from Deuteronomy 34:7, he was 120 years old when he died while the Israelites were encamped on the plains of Moab opposite Jericho. Another data point is derived from Exodus 16:35, where the period of the people’s dependence on manna is...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/conquest-of-canaan/3117-testing-the-factuality-of-the-conquest-of-ai-narrative-in-the-book-of-joshua-part-three
  • Excavations Reveal Kingdom of Edom Developed Much Earlier Than Previously Thought

    fact that the king of Edom joined the coalition with King Joram of Israel and Jehoshaphat, king of Judah to fight against Moab (2 Kgs 3:9). Off-site Links: -...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/current-events-list/4085-excavations-reveal-kingdom-of-edom-developed-much-earlier-than-previously-thought

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