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Philistia (Philistines): sea people from Crete and Greece. They landed on the coast around 2nd Millennium BC and made their way south failing to conquer Egypt. Every time the Bible mentioned Philistines it says: “uncircumcised Philistines“.

Philistia (Philistines): sea people from Crete and Greece. They landed on the coast around Millennium BC and made their way south failing to conquer Egypt. Every time the Bible mentioned Philistines it says: “uncircumcised Philistines“.

Dama d’Elx (Lady of Elche), Punic-Iberian bust.  It came from the mysterious town of Tarshish, west coasts of Spain, founded by the Peleset ancestors of the Philistines, and the Turshi (Etruscans)  Both from the Sea Peoples (Haou-Nebout)    Psalm 72-Solomon .. The King of Tarshish is called "king of the islands too"  and the islands were those of the Haou-Nebout, in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean.  Already partially submerged since millennia after the first Great Flood

La Dama de Elche (The Lady of Elche) an Iberian piece from the century B. on display at the National Archaeological Museum of Spain in Madrid. Probably the finest Iberian sculpture found to date.

Where Did the Philistines Come From? This nearly 4-foot-tall, two-horned altar from the site of Tell es-Safi (Gath of the Philistines) suggests the origins of the Philistines are to be sought in the Aegean world.

This nearly two-horned altar from the site of Tell es-Safi (Gath of the Philistines) suggests the origins of the Philistines are to be sought in the Aegean world - one of the Sea Peoples.

SEa Peoples (Canaanites?)

The Sea Peoples is a generic term for several groups that contributed to the downfall of Bronze Age civilization. One of the groups, the Peleset, may have given rise to the words "Philistine" and "Palestine.

An unprecedented find in southern Israel may finally reveal the origins of one of the Hebrew Bible's greatest villains.

Discovery of Philistine Cemetery May Change History -- Human remains buried almost years ago in southern Israel may help researchers finally solve the mystery of the Philistines' origins.

Philistine

The Sea People. A mysterious group of sea-borne warriors that ravaged the late Bronze Age Aegean.

Sea Peoples in Sardinia, c. 1100 BC ~ art by Giuseppe Rava

Sea Peoples in Sardinia, c. 1100 BC, artwork by Giuseppe Rava.

Peleset. This ethnonym, which has no earlier occurrence in the Egyptian sources, has been identified with the Biblical Philistines by Jean-François Champollion soon after his decipherment of Egyptian hieroglyphic. Now, the Philistines are generally considered newcomers in the Levant, settling in their pentapolis consisting of the towns Asdod, Askelon, Gaza, Ekron, and Gath at the time of the upheavals of the Sea Peoples.

Peleset. This ethnonym, which has no earlier occurrence in the Egyptian sources, has been identified with the Biblical Philistines by Jean-François Champollion soon after his decipherment of Egyptian hieroglyphic. Now, the Philistines are generally considered newcomers in the Levant, settling in their pentapolis consisting of the towns Asdod, Askelon, Gaza, Ekron, and Gath at the time of the upheavals of the Sea Peoples.

Kunulua: Homeland of the Philistine Sea Peoples Finally Found?

The Sea Peoples were a group of tribes that arose and battled against ancient Mediterranean communities from BC. At the time the victims of their barrages called them: the Sherden, the Shekl

Greek History and Prehistory: Sea Peoples and Philistines - Prehistoric Greeks in Middle East

Sea peoples - Sea Battle off Alashiya, Cyprus, c. BC ~ art by Giuseppe Rava

New evidence unearthed at an ancient site in the Jordan Valley suggests that the Sea Peoples — a group which includes the ancient Israelites’ nemeses, the Philistines — settled as far inland as the Transjordan, a Swedish archaeologist argues. Not everyone in the archaeological community, however, is convinced by the finds.

Roving Sea Peoples may have settled Transjordan, archaeologist says

The secret life of an ancient concubine | Ancient Origins

The authors, both archaeologists and historians at universities in Israel, have devoted 30 years to studying the material culture and history of the Philistines, one of the sea people who migrated dur

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