@thehotelambush, that is how I roll
"breaking stereotypes" - has a cute bunny rabbit as avatar
I was wrong about Simon Sebag Montefiore's Jerusalem book: he generally merely reflects the Jewish account of their origins in the relevant section of the book.
It was actually Simon Price's The Birth of Classical Europe I was thinking of, particular this chapter that is online:
The Israelites begin to be specifically mentioned in the paragraph beginning with "With the collapse of the old balance of power between Egypt, the Hittites and Assyria, the Levant in the tenth and ninth centuries was left largely to its own devices.", but reading the whole chapter gives you the context of the period.
HI! How have you been??
Do you think Moses's sister Miriam could have been ESE?
You changed your type! What made you decide SEI?
Omg, I didn't know you liked to watch K-dramas! ^o^
Don't be bashful you, I know you're lonely, and I don't mind giving you what you need. It's ok you ;p.
you don't have to apologize. there are too many cultural differences and discrepancies to align before i can even begin to explain my position or why i feel like i have my hands and feet tightly knotted. so i left, because i didn't want to explain, but i also just needed to rant, so never mind. i don't have anything against you regardless.