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How histories (other than prehistories) can differ according to whether archaeology or the historical tradition provides the reconstruction's point of departure can easily be illustrated by the case of Edomite history; contrast I. Willi-Plein, 'Genesis 27 als Rebekkageschichte. Zu einem historigraphischen Kunstgriff der biblischen Vatergeschichte', 7Z 45 (1989), pp. 315-34, esp. p. A. Knauf, 'Supplementa Ismaelitica 13. Edom und Arabien', BN 45 (1988), pp. 62-81. 1. , O. Keel, 'Grundsatzliches zum Neumondemblem zwischen den Baumen', BN 6 (1978), pp.
Banning ('Peasants, Pastoralists and Pax Romana: Mutualism in the Southern Highlands of Jordan', BASOR 261 , pp. 25-50; and 'De Bello Paceque: A Reply to Parker', BASOR 265 , pp. 52-54) into a series of unconnected monologues; cf. also P. Mayerson, 'Saracens and Romans: Micro-Macro-Relationships', BASOR 274 (1989), pp. 71-79. 2. M. H. Hayes (A History of Ancient Israel and Judah [Philadelphia: Westminster Press, 1986], pp. 1 On the level of process, there is no boundary between history, prehistory, and natural history.
2 If a non-archaeologist may be 1. The structures, the conditions of ordinary life, and their gradual changes are attested in the archaeological record (and in the account books), whereas narrative accounts focus on the events, the extraordinary by definition. Th. Parker ('Peasants, Pastoralists, and Pax Romano: A Different View', BASOR 265 , pp. B. Banning ('Peasants, Pastoralists and Pax Romana: Mutualism in the Southern Highlands of Jordan', BASOR 261 , pp. 25-50; and 'De Bello Paceque: A Reply to Parker', BASOR 265 , pp.
Fabric of History by Diana Vikander Edelman