Hesban 3: Historical Foundations
Studies of Literary References to Hesban & Vicinity
Edited by Leona G. Running and Lawrence T. Geraty
About the Hesban SeriesThis series provides reports on anthropological and archaeological findings gleaned from the site of Tell Hesban, Jordan, during five seasons of excavation. Sponsored principally by Andrews University, the Hesban Expedition received international recognition as the first regional project in Jordan. Each volume of this series describes a specific aspect of the excavation and has been authored by one or more specialists in the subject. Authors in this series include Lawrence T. Geraty, Robert D. Ibach Jr., Øystein S. LaBianca, Larry A. Mitchel, Paul J. Ray Jr., Leona G. Running, and S. Douglas Waterhouse, among others. The hardcover volumes are highly illustrated and completely indexed.
CHAPTER 1: The History of Heshbon from the Literary Sources by Werner K. Vyhmeister
CHAPTER 2: Hesban During the Arab Period--A.D. 635 to the Present by Malcolm B. Russell
CHAPTER 3: A Review of Critical Studies of Old Testament References to Heshbon by Arthur J. Ferch
APPENDIX A: Heshbon Through the Centuries by Werner K. Vyhmeister
APPENDIX B: Hesban in the Literary Sources Since 1806 by Werner K. Vyhmeister
Biblical Reference Index
Editors: Leona G. Running and Lawrence T. Geraty
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