Most of the ideas which we have concerning the timelines of ancient
nations, peoples, and events, come to us from the scholarship of
past centuries during which the technologies for establishing such
chronological frameworks were not as advanced as they are now.
Charles Ginenthal offers us a view into the ongoing work of
revising those chronological systems. This volume is primarily
concerned with ancient Egypt and Israel and the territories
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