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  • David Hall
    Nov 2, 2011
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      Killebrew wrote a nice chapter about the Philistines in her book.  She cited Drews and Dothan for some of her text (see bibliography). 
      The horned altar described in the Bible and found at Israeli and Philistine Iron Age sites was used as early as Minoan times at Santorini and later amongst the Greek Islands (Crete and Cyprus are also Greek speaking islands).  This type of altar did not originate in Egypt, Sinai, or Arabia. 
      Yadin wrote an essay about the tribe of Dan as staying in a place where they had ships (Judges 5:17).  They eventually settled at Tel Dan.  This is also evidence for the Sea Peoples displacing those living along the coast.  A Mycenaean grave full of Mycenaean pottery was found at Tel Dan.   Could this be evidence of a Sea People's raiding party, or of a trading connection?  The pottery is in the museum adjacent to the Tel Dan national park.      
      Stager found Canaanite pottery at Ashkelon and Philistine pottery immediately above it as evidence for a change in culture.  Merneptah conquered Ashkelon.  The Philistines settled there sometime later. 
      David Q. Hall
      Falls Church, Virginia

      From: MarcC <marc.cooper@...>
      To: ANE-2@yahoogroups.com
      Sent: Tuesday, November 1, 2011 6:41 PM
      Subject: SV: SV: SV: SV: [ANE-2] Re: Tel Gezer: the first four seasons

      What do you think of Liverani's treatment of the Philistine Problem in Israel's History or Killebrew's treatment in Biblical Peoples and Ethnicity?

      Marc Cooper
      Missouri State University

      --- In ANE-2@yahoogroups.com, "Thomas L. Thompson" <tlt@...> wrote:
      > Palashtu is Assyrian and refers, apparently, to the southern part of Palestine.
      > Peleset seems to me to be the original reference and the others derivative, but of course our information is limited. I have not seen a decent treatment of this particular issue since Ahlstrøm's chapter in his History of Palestine.
      > Thomas L. Thompson
      > Professor emeritus, University of Copenhagen
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      > Fra: ANE-2@yahoogroups.com [ANE-2@yahoogroups.com] På vegne af David Hall [dqhall59@...]
      > Sendt: 31. oktober 2011 14:10
      > Til: ANE-2@yahoogroups.com
      > Emne: Re: SV: SV: SV: [ANE-2] Re: Tel Gezer: the first four seasons
      > Thomas,
      > I am not sure what Palashtu is. I have read Peleset, Philistine, and Palestine are derivatives of the same word.
      > A study of the Sea Peoples might be required to begin to understand some of the migrations that were occurring. A comprehensive book about this subject is: THE END OF THE BRONZE AGE, by Robert Drews, Princeton, 1993. This might be a good place to start. I have it in paperback form with a 17 page bibliography on the back pages. The coastal cities of Crete were destroyed, the Greek city Mycenae was destroyed, etc.
      > There are more recent archaeological reports about this subject as well.
      > David Q. Hall
      > Falls Church, Virginia
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