Egg Whites or Turnips?: Archaeology and Bible Translation

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Why are Bible translations so different from each other in places? Dont Bible translators know whether it was peacocks or baboons that King Solomon brought into Israel? Why has sapphire been replaced by lapis lazuli in some more modern versions? What animal provided the leather for the tabernacle? A badger? A sea cow? Or did the term in question simply mean leather? Can archaeology tell us what Davids harp looked like? What is the evidence for leprosy in Bible times? Is there evidence for cotton silk and chickens at the time of the Bible? Answers to these and many other questions are given in this book. But how are such questions to be answered? Essentially the answer is from the ground--what can be called archaeology. This book explores how over the past two centuries archaeology has shed its light on the text of the Bible.
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