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Siquém, Símbolo de Israel Norte

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15603/2176-3828/caminhando.v20n2p59-71

https://www.metodista.br/revistas/revistas-ims/index.php/CA 

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Silas K. Cardoso1

 

Resumo: O sítio de Tell Balâṭah,identificado como a cidade bíblica de Siquém, oferece importantes achados para a reconstrução histórica do Israel Norte, desde o período formativo, até o governo diádoco na Palestina. Este artigo, a partir da confluência e divergência entre registros históricos, textos bíblicos, cultura material e iconográfica, pretende oferecer uma introdução ao seu estudo e auxiliar na interpretação dos textos que perfaçam a história israelita, demonstrando a relação analógica que se estabeleceu entre Siquém e o Reino de Israel Norte.

Palavras-chave: Siquém; Tell Balatah; arqueologia; Israel Norte; História.

 

Abstract: The Tell Balâṭah site, identified with the biblical Shechem, provides valuable data to historical reconstruction of Northern Israel, since the formative period until the diadoch rule on Palestine. This article, from the confluence and divergence between historical records, biblical texts, material and iconographical culture, intend to offer a introduction to this study and auxiliate in the interpretation of texts that elaborates the israelite history, demonstrating the analogical relationship that was created between Shechem and the Northern Kingdom.

Key words: Shechem; Tell Balata; archaeological; Northern Israel; History.

 

1 Mestre e doutorando em Ciências da Religião na Universidade Metodista de São Paulo (UMESP). Bolsista CAPES. E-mail: silasklein@gmail.com

  

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