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Is the ancient altar with petroglyphs at the foot of Jabal Maqla Mt. Sinai?
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The Big "Where?" Question It's nearly impossible to establish Jebel al Lawz as the location of Mt Sinai based solely on physical remains today. The petroglyphs at the site of Jebel al Lawz are almost ...

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Were the ancient Israelites a caste society?
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This is going to sound simplistic and possibly self-evident but Israel was a tribal society. And especially in light of Israel's ancient Hebrew texts this wasn't just a general 'tribal' notion but was ...

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Is there any record of ancient Israelite contact with Indo-Europeans?
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Taken in the spirit it was asked, as I take it, I would suggest looking into the Hurrians, who Biblical scholars have associated with the Horites and Hivites mentioned in the Bible. However, there is ...

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How much of what we know about ancient philosophers comes from oral literature?
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Edit: Now that the OP question has been reworded for clarity I will tip my hat to pokep as being closer to answering the intent of the inquiry. It was not clear to me originally where orality and myth ...

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Were ancient Israel's neighbors henotheistic?
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A stele was found in the area of ancient Moab from the 12th century B.C. during Pharaoh Rameses II's domination of Canaan, which depicts a local ruler flanked by two (possibly Egyptian) gods, and the ...

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What is known about the possibility of a "real King Arthur"?
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I'm a little surprised that no one has mentioned, among the various theories so far, the possibility of the figure of King Arthur being (at least loosely) based upon the military leader Riothamus. ...

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