In the ten lost tribes zvi ben dor benite shows for the first time the extent to which the search for the lost tribes of israel became over two millennia an engine for global exploration and a key mechanism for understanding the world. The legendary story of the ten lost tribes of israel has resonated among both jews and christians down through the centuries the compelling idea that some core group of humanity was lost and exiled to a secret place perhaps someday to return triumphant. The ten lost tribes a world history is an ambitious treatment by zvi ben dor benite an associate professor of history and middle eastern and islamic studies at new york university the subject is a departure from the focus of his book the dao of muhammad a cultural history of muslims in late china but the story of the ten lost tribes is intriguing and the assembled tales of how people . Get this from a library the ten lost tribes a world history zvi ben dor benite the concept of the ten lost tribes dates back to the exile of the israelite kingdom in 722 bce ben dor benites insightful analysis reveals a direct link between the search for the tribes and the . Tribes throughout the world who have claimed to be one of the ten lost tribes frequently do not of course overlap with the ten lost tribes claimed by jewish history but this only adds to the conceptual complexity of the ten lost tribes benite has shown that legend and reality do not always overlap but that the
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