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Ecology in Ancient Judaism

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Author(s): Hütterman, Aloys
Ancient Israel is a well documented example of a sustained society. Archaeological records show that the Israelites were the first example in world history of a society that succeeded in managing a sustained management of their environment for about thousand and seven hundred years. After the beginning of Iron Age II (about the twelfth century b.c.e.), the oscillating pattern of settlement, recorded from the late Chalcolithic period throughout the Bronze Age, 1 was replaced by a continuous settlement at a high population density of the region until the seventh century c.e. that was, …