The Archeology of the New Testament: The Mediterranean World of the Early Christian Apostles, 1st Edition (Hardback) book cover

The Archeology of the New Testament

The Mediterranean World of the Early Christian Apostles, 1st Edition

By Jack Finegan

Routledge

278 pages

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Description

This book provides an introduction to the Mediterranean world in which the early Christian apostles moved. Drawing on the geographic setting and available archaeological materials to create a sense of the contemporary environment, the book traces the 15,000 mile travels of Paul, whose world was also the world of Peter, John, and many other early Christians. The author presents a complete chronology for the major apostles based on his integration of existing histories, literary accounts, and archaeological information with new discoveries and new theories on dating New Testament events and documents. The text is lavishly illustrated and as fascinating now as when originally published in 1981.

Table of Contents

1. Sources 2. Chronological History 3. Beginnings 4. First Missionary Journey (A.D. 47-48) 5. Second Missionary Journey (A.D. 49-51) 6. Third Missionary Journey (51-54) 7. Shipwreck Journey (A.D. 56-57) 8. In Rome (A.D. 57-59)

About the Series

Routledge Library Editions: Archaeology

Reissuing works originally published between 1930 and 1996, this set presents a rich selection of renowned and lesser-known scholarship across the subject. Classic previously out-of-print works are brought back into print here in this set of research, guidance and surveys. It includes works of theory and of practical research, ranging over a wide range of themes from archaeology and place-names to industrial archaeology to the rock art of Africa.

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Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
SOC003000
SOCIAL SCIENCE / Archaeology