Theology

Amihai Mazar

Religious Practices and Cult Objects during the Iron Age IIA at Tel Rehov and their Implications regarding Religion in Northern Israel

Volume 4 () / Issue 1, pp. 25-55 (31)

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This article presents evidence relating to religious practices, cult objects and iconography revealed in the excavations at Tel Rehov in the Jordan Valley and dated to the 10th-9th centuries B.C.E. This evidence includes an open-air sanctuary, pottery altars, a model shrine, clay figurines, amulets, seals and a few inscriptions. Two buildings of special significance are also discussed and interpreted.
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