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S. HERRMANN, Autonome Entwicklungen in den Königreichen Israel und Juda

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Israel was formed according to the statement of the Old Testament since its pre-state period in a system of twelve tribes of ethnic unity and in league with his god Yahweh. Both apparently broke into the royal period, as apparently two independent state formations under each with its own government constituted themselves without regard to the cross-links of the early period. The northern kingdom of Israel lost its independence, but the name "Israel" lived on and there was the idea that the houses of Israel and Judah actually had to find their way back to a unit as they once already existed in the form of the tribal people had. The temple in Jerusalem as the Judean state sanctuary was not justified on the ground of the tribe of Judah itself, but next to the Royal Palace in Jerusalem. The original context of the chapter is in French.

Keywords: northern kingdom of Israel; Judean state sanctuary; Old Testament; Yahweh

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