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Stones and Stories.

Stones and Stories

Don C. Benjamin

Fortress Press

PO Box 1209, Minneapolis, MN 55440

9780800623579, $39.00, www.fortresspress.com/benjamin

The Bible is not to be disregarded as a source for history, even for non-believers. "Stones and Stories: An Introduction to Archaeology and the Bible" discusses how archeologists have used the stories within the Bible to gain a greater and more complete understanding of human history. With plenty of photos and discussions of artifacts as well as a history of archeology in the Middle and Near Easts, "Stones and Stories" is of strong suggestion for any with a professional or amateur interest in archeology.

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