ForewordReflections on the Second EditionPrefaceChapter 1; ReuvenChapter 2; Excursus; Textual Evidence for Boundary Determination of Nahalat ReuvenChapter 3; ShimonChapter 4; LeviChapter 5; YehudahChapter 6; YissakharChapter 7; ZevulunChapter 8; DanChapter 9; NaphtaliChapter 10; GadChapter 11; AsherChapter 12; YosefChapter 13; MenashehChapter 14; EphraimGlossary of Commonly Used TermsBibliographyList of Abbreviations and Primary SourcesArchaeological Periods of Israel through the First Temple EraAcknowledgments
About This Text
Tribal Lands: The Twelve Tribes of Israel in their Ancestral Territories is a 21st-century English book examining the connections between the individual natures of the sons of Jacob and the territories in the Land of Israel that each of the twelve tribes later called its own. The work includes comprehensive analyses of the personalities of each tribe’s forbearer, presentations of the natural features of their land-allotments, and detailed, modern-day tour itineraries.
Author: Tamar Weissman
Composed: State of Israel, c.2013 - c.2015 CE