The Origins of the Ancient Israelite States (JSOT Supplement by Volkmar Fritz, Philip R. Davies (eds.)

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See also T. Dothan, 'The Arrival of the Sea Peoples: Cultural Diversity in Early Iron Age Canaan', in S. G. ), Recent Excavations in Israel: Studies in Iron Age Archaeology (AASOR, 49; Winona Lake, IN: Eisenbrauns, 1989), p. 11 and fig. 9. 23. 134-35. 24 An early annals edition of Shalmaneser III places the hunt in the peroration, without the cultivation of herds or plants. 25 The breeding motif never occurs. 2), but a royal park filled with exotic imports. Still, this motif drops out of the literature of kings' selfpresentation, the annals and displays.

Momigliano, The Place of Herodotus in the History of Historiography', History 43 (1958), pp. 1-13. The inclusive definition better reflects the true range of historical writing. , the uncritical parroting of 'authorities', into which category the medieval chronicle often fits. 4. H. G. Collingwood, An Autobiography (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1948), p. 98 (see pp. 97-99). While the latter makes no reference to the former, the connection is sufficiently narrow to demand an inference of direct influence.

48. See also T. Dothan, 'The Arrival of the Sea Peoples: Cultural Diversity in Early Iron Age Canaan', in S. G. ), Recent Excavations in Israel: Studies in Iron Age Archaeology (AASOR, 49; Winona Lake, IN: Eisenbrauns, 1989), p. 11 and fig. 9. 23. 134-35. 24 An early annals edition of Shalmaneser III places the hunt in the peroration, without the cultivation of herds or plants. 25 The breeding motif never occurs. 2), but a royal park filled with exotic imports. Still, this motif drops out of the literature of kings' selfpresentation, the annals and displays.

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