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A Letter to Zalaia (3.93)

(381 words)

Author(s): Hallo, William W.
Subject: Archival Documents from the Biblical World; Akkadian Archival Documents; Letters; Kumidi Commentary While most of the diplomatic correspondence of the Amarna period was found at Amarna itself (see above COSB.3.92A-G), some of it has turned up in excavations in the Levant. The following letter is known in two versions found in Lebanon at Kamid-el-Loz, the ancient Kumidi. (For other texts from the same site, see Huehnergard 1996:98). Judging by its conclusion, its royal author was presumably the pharaoh. A Letter to Zalaia (3.93) Subject: Gen 15:2; Gen 14:13; Gen 10:6; Mal 1:11;…

The Triple Topographical List of Thutmose III (1479–1425 bce) (4.1)

(2,959 words)

Author(s): Kitchen, K. A.
Commentary Subject: Megiddo – Josh; Gen 14:15; 2 Chr 24:23; 2 Kgs 16:10; 1 Chr 5:16; Josh 9:10, etc.; Josh 11:1, etc.; Kinnerot; Josh 19:26; Josh 21:30; Taʿanach; Josh 19:26; Judg 1:31; Josh 19:19; Josh 19:46; 2 Chr 2:15 [Eng 2:16]; Ezra 3:7; Jonah 1:3; Josh 19:45; Josh 21:24; 1 Chr 6:54 [Eng 6:69]; Josh 11:22; 1 Sam 5:8; 1 Sam 7:14; 1 Sam 17:4; 1 Sam 52; 1 Sam 21:10–15; 1 Sam 27:6; 2 Sam 1:20; Amos 6:2; 1 Chr 18:1; 2 Chr 11:8; 2 Chr 26:6; Num 34:7–9; Josh 13:5; 1 Kgs 8:65; 2 Kgs 14:25; Ezek 47:16; Josh 19:26; Josh 19:25 Thutmose III’s topographical list is preserved at Karnak in the temple of Ame…

The El-Amarna Letters (4.80-86)

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Author(s): Hess, Richard S.
Commentary The El Amarna tablets represent the largest collection of letters and other literature emerging from Palestine before the writing of the Hebrew Bible. However, the letters are not limited to the land of Israel or even to the southern Levant. Originating across the eastern Mediterranean and the Middle East of the fourteenth century bce, this corpus of about 380 cuneiform texts was rediscovered in 1887. They appeared at the abandoned site that became known as Tell el-Amarna in Egypt. The town was originally built as his capital by pharaoh …