I seem to have lost my PDF and scan of Michael Goulder's JTS article on the LP. So I'd be grateful if anyone here can supply me with the text. With thanks injgibson000
... Thanks, Dave. Ron Price, Derbyshire, UK Re: [XTalk] Geographical spread of the 'House of Israel' in the first century Dave Hindley wrote: I recently readron18price
I recently read Israel Finkelstein _The Forgotten Kingdom-The Archaeology & History Of No Israel_ (SBL 2013), which seems to answer your question. Davedchindley
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