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TAANACH UND MEGIDDO: ÜBERLEGUNGEN ZUR STRUKTURELL-HISTORISCHEN SITUATION ZWISCHEN SAUL UND SALOMO

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The article proposes a connection between Jdg. v 19 and 1 Kings iv 12 in time, situation, and behavioral pattern. If the core of the song of Deborah including Jdg. v 19 stems from the time of Saul and Eshbaal, one might identify the same behavioral pattern which I found behind 1 Kings iv 8-17 also in Jdg. v 19, viz. a carefully planned first stage of exercising influence to the northern tribal areas primarily controlled by these rulers. Using this modus operandi Solomon and later the Omrides and the Nimsides? followed previously established patterns of power and control from the times of Saul and Eshbaal.

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2002-01-01
2016-12-07

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