Early Israel and the Surrounding Nations
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Early Israel and the Surrounding Nations

By A. H. (Archibald Henry) Sayce
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  • EARLY ISRAEL AND THE SURROUNDING NATIONS
  • AUTHOR OF "THE EARLY HISTORY OF THE HEBREWS," &c
    • London SERVICE & PATON 5 HENRIETTA STREET COVENT GARDEN 1899
  • INTRODUCTION
  • CONTENTS
  • CHAPTER I
    • THE ISRAELITES
  • CHAPTER II
    • CANAAN
  • CHAPTER III
    • THE NATIONS OF THE SOUTH-EAST
  • CHAPTER IV
    • THE NATIONS OF THE NORTH-EAST
  • CHAPTER V
    • EGYPT
  • CHAPTER VI
    • BABYLONIA AND ASSYRIA
  • CHAPTER VII
    • CONCLUSION
  • APPENDICES
  • I
    • EGYPTIAN CHRONOLOGY
  • II
    • BABYLONIAN CHRONOLOGY
  • III
    • ASSYRIAN CHRONOLOGY
  • IV
    • HEBREW CHRONOLOGY AS CORRECTED BY THE ASSYRIAN MONUMENTS
  • V
    • THE LETTERS OF EBEB-TOB (OR EBED KHEBA), VASSAL KING OF JERUSALEM, TO AMENOPHIS IV., KING OF EGYPT
    • LETTER OF SUWARDATUM TO AMENOPHIS IV.
    • LETTER FROM LABAI TO AMENOPHIS IV.
  • IV
    • THE MOABITE STONE
      • (See page 112)
    • (See page 112)
  • VII
    • THE TREATY BETWEEN RAMSES II. AND THE HITTITES (Brugsch's Translation)
      • (See page 79)
    • (See page 79)
  • VIII
    • THE TRAVELS OF A MOHAR
      • A SATIRICAL ACCOUNT OF A TOURIST'S MISADVENTURES IN CANAAN, WRITTEN IN THE TIME OF RAMSES II., THE PHARAOH OF THE OPPRESSION
      • (See page 189)
    • A SATIRICAL ACCOUNT OF A TOURIST'S MISADVENTURES IN CANAAN, WRITTEN IN THE TIME OF RAMSES II., THE PHARAOH OF THE OPPRESSION
    • (See page 189)
  • IX
    • THE NEGATIVE CONFESSION OF THE EGYPTIANS
      • (Sir P. Le Page Renouf's Translation)
      • (See page 186)
    • (Sir P. Le Page Renouf's Translation)
    • (See page 186)
  • X
    • LETTERS OF KHAMMURABI OR AMMURAPI (THE AMRAPHEL OP GEN. xiv. 1) TO SIN-IDINNAM, KING OF LARSA (THE ELLASAR OF GENESIS)
  • XI
    • THE BABYLONIAN ACCOUNT OF THE DELUGE
  • XII
    • THE BABYLONIAN EPIC OF THE CREATION
      • TABLET I.
      • TABLET II.
      • (Begins with a speech of Ansar to Merodach.)
      • TABLET III.
      • TABLET IV.
      • TABLET V.
      • TABLET VI. (?)
    • TABLET I.
    • TABLET II.
    • (Begins with a speech of Ansar to Merodach.)
    • TABLET III.
    • TABLET IV.
    • TABLET V.
    • TABLET VI. (?)
  • XIII
    • A SUMERIAN ACCOUNT OF THE CREATION FROM THE CITY OF ERIDU
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