Gianto, treating the Canaanite
scribes' practice of glossing as an element of their use of a foreign language (Akkadian), develops a taxonomy of the glosses in the Byblos Amarna letters, in "Amarna Lexicography: The Glosses in the Byblos Letters," in The Lexicography of the Ancient Near Eastern Languages, SEL 12 (1995): 65-73.
ONE OF THE MOST PASSAGES THAT REQUIRE US TO circumvent Jesus humanity is the story of the Canaanite
woman with the sick daughter.
This implies that in the absence of the population that chose to settle east of the Jordan, the rest of the tribe of Manasseh had sufficient alternative land so that they had no real incentive to go up against the fortified Canaanite
Summary: The British Museum's excavation team in Sidon have recently unearthed a new grave containing human skeletal remains belonging to a Canaanite
warrior, archeology expert and field supervisor Claude Doumet Serhal told The Daily Star on Monday.
Like Judith, Jael unhesitatingly woos Sisera, the exhausted Canaanite
commander, into her tent.
Summary: The International Committee for the Safeguarding of Tyre announced on Wednesday the launching of the League of Phoenician, Canaanite
and Punic Cities.
The epigraphic record for the tenth century in the central and southern Canaanite
interior is woefully sparse.
For now, suffice it to say that Jesus' encounter with the Canaanite
woman demonstrates again the controversies and the problems of deciding in versus out.
And the Canaanite
, the King of Arad who dwelt in the Negev heard that Israel came by way of Atarim and he fought against Israel and took some of them captive.
The Cultural week included theatrical performances such as Saladin, which was produced in 2009, in addition to visual arts activities, art exhibitions and galleries, book fairs, and artistic performances, in addition to the performance of Canaanite
Iliad by the Ornina troupe.
Ashkelon's archaeological park has a treasure; a Canaanite
gate from the walled city that gave the modern city its name.
On specific issues and events in Israelite history the following are examples of differing interpretations as espoused by Finkelstein and Mazar: In debating the origins and emergence of Israel in Canaan, Finkelstein follows the indigenous Canaanite
theory, identifying early Israelites as descendants of local Canaanites
who were part of an ongoing process of sedentarization and nomadization.