Filip Capek

Temples in Transformation

Iron Age Interactions and Continuity in Material Culture and in Textual Traditions
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Temples in Transformation
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  • 978-3-643-91398-2
  • 47
  • 2021
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The focus of this book is on temples in the southern Levant during the Iron Age (ca.... mehr
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The focus of this book is on temples in the southern Levant during the Iron Age (ca. 1200\,--\,600 BC) and their transformations. The author traces both material culture related to the temples and the way in which the same themes are treated in Old Testament texts concentrated primarily on Israel and Judah. From the analysis of these texts, he deduces a threefold transformation of the form of memory in relation to the temples and the cult. The first concerns a contrastive reshaping (Philistia and other neighbouring political entities), the second an external (Israel) and the third an internal (Judah) silencing of the actual form of religious practice in the Iron Age.

Filip Čapek is a professor at the Department of Old Testament at the Protestant Theological Faculty of Charles University in Prague and a member of the Centre for Biblical Studies of the Czech Academy of Sciences. He is the head of the Czech participation in the archaeological research in Tel Moza and Tel Azeka in Israel both conducted by Tel Aviv University.

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