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The Reconstructed Chronology of the Divided Kingdom - M.Christine Tetley

The Reconstructed Chronology of the Divided Kingdom

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The common response to any attempt to read the chronological notations associated with the kings of Israel and Judah in the time of the divided monarchy is, perhaps, a shrug of the shoulders, or a statement to the effect that the problem is insoluble. Not only are the apparently contradictory—or confusing—notations of the MT a consideration, but the evidence of the other major versions seriously complicates any such undertaking. In the twentieth century, Edwin R. Thiele attempted to reconcile and wrangle all of the numbers into a semblance of order, with results that were far from convincing to his readers. Now Christine Tetley has attacked this knottiest of problems with fresh vigor and assayed a new solution. There is no doubt that this book will be controversial; nevertheless, it will be required reading for anyone who wishes to pin archaeological and historical data within the framework of an absolute chronology.

1. Introduction1.1 Significance of Divided Kingdom Chronology1.2 Establishing Divided Kingdom Chronology1.3 Conventional Approaches to Divided Kingdom Chronology1.4 Alternative Approach to Divided Kingdom Chronology1.5 New Proposal for Divided Kingdom Chronology1.6 Names of Kings2. Transmission History2.1 Early Compilation of the Books of Kings2.2 Transmission History of the Old Testament Text2.3 Thiele's Approach to the Text of Kings3. Chronological Data3.1 Regnal Years in the Divided Kingdom3.2 Divided Kingdom Chronological Data4. Chronological Data in Manuscript C24.1 Regnal Years in the Divided Kingdom according to C24.2 Accession Synchronisms in the Divided Kingdom according to C24.3 Conclusions concerning C2 Data4.4 Scholarly Discussion of C25. Regnal Formulas5.1 Patterns of Opening and Closing Formulas5.2 Distribution of Opening Formulas5.3 Supplementary Notices5.4 Sequence of Reigns in the Books of Kings5.5 Translation of xlm5.6 Thiele's Analysis of Regnal Formulas' Patterns6. Reconstructing Chronolgy6.1 Establishing Relative Chronology6.2 Establishing Absolute Chronology6.3 Thiele's Methodology6.4 Taking up Thiele's Challenge7. Relative Chronology of the Early Divided Kingdom7.1 Explanation of Table 7.17.2 Explanation of Early Divided Kingdom Chronology7.3 Textual Solutions for Early Divided Kingdom Chronology7.4 Assessment of the Early Divided Kingdom Chronology8. Relative Chronology of the Late Divided Kingdom8.1 Explanation of Table 8.18.2 Explanation of Late Divided Kingdom Chronology8.3 Establishing a Starting Date: The Fall of Samaria9. Absolute Chronology of the Divided Kingdom9.1 The Priority of the Hebrew Record9.2 Explanation of the Julian-Year Tables9.3 Synchronization of Hebrew, Assyrian, Tyrian, and Egyptian Chronologies9.4 A New Julian Chronology for the Divided Kingdom9.5 Resolution to the Problems of Divided Kingdom ChronologyIndexes

ISBN: 9781575060729
ISBN-10: 1575060728
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 208
Published: 30th June 2004
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 28.19 x 21.84  x 2.29
Weight (kg): 0.84