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Conceptions Religieuses Dominantes En Palestine/Israël Entre 1750 Et 900

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Research about Israel's origins in12th and 11th centuries in recent years is characterized at least in large part in this chapter. Some representations of the religious history of Israel that are essentially based on the texts from the distant Ugarit try to suggest that nothing important has changed in the pantheon of Palestine between 1750 and 700. During this time, important changes in the socio-political symbol system took place in Palestine. It is unthinkable that the passage of the flourishing city-states to the status of Egyptian settlements and the passage of the collapse of the latter in the birth of territorial states did not influence the religious symbolic system. Parallel developments can be based on primary sources. The Iron I is marked by the arrival of new political forces in Palestine. In the post-exilic text of Isa. Ix 1-2, YHWH is shown as the sun god when speaking in Jerusalem.

Keywords: religious symbolic system; Palestine; YHWH; Jerusalem; political forces; Israel



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