Collected Essays, Volume 1: Ancient Israel and Its by Na'aman, Nadav

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VIII: 415-430. (Hebrew). Tadmor, H. 1985. Sennacherib's Campaign to Judah: Historical and Historiographical Considerations. Zion 50: 65-80 (Hebrew). Tadmor, H. 1994. The Inscriptions ofTiglath-pileser III King of Assyria. Jerusalem. Tadmor, H. 1979. Ahaz and Tiglath-Pileser in the Book ofKings. Historiographic Considerations. Biblica 60: 491-508. F. 1957. Israel and the Aramaeans of Damascus. London. Ungnad, A. 1938. Eponymen. RLA II: 412-457. Ussishkin, D. 1982. The Conquest ofLachish by Sennacherib.

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13:17). As a result of his victory,Jehoash regained all the former Israelite territories (2 Kgs. 13:25) and acquired a privileged status in the capital of Israel's former overlord (1 Kgs. 20:34). Summing up the discussion, it seems that three episodes of enforced participation in alliances are known from the time of Adad-nirari's campaigns to the west: (a) On the eve of the Assyrian campaign of 805, the Syro-Hittite kingdoms, under the leadership of Arpad, tried to force Kummuh to participate in the league.

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