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Cultural Customs in the Ancient Hebrew Civilization. They valued music and employed it in religious ceremonies. The shofar was a typical Hebrew instrument, the horn of a ram used to convene ritual ceremonies. They also used zithers, timbrels (tambourines) and flutes to mention only the most popular.

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ANCIENT HEBREW CIVILIZATION. The Hebrews, especially Abraham, crossed over from a migratory sense. Abraham and his family crossed over into the land of Canaan from Mesopotamia. They literally had to cross over the desert to achieve this, by way of Haran and Aram - Naharaim.

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Hebrew Origins. The origins of the Semitic people is not clear. The King James Version of the Bible is an accurate record of Hebrew history. There are some evidence of events that happened in the Bible. Archeological evidence shows that there was a city that walls broke due to a loud noise (Jericho).

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The Hebrew script evolved over the course of their history so ancient Hebrew writing does not look the same as it does today. Here is an example of what ancient Hebrew writing looked like: What did they believe? Hebrews were among the first people in the world whose religion was monotheistic. Monotheism is the belief that there is only one God.

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Little is known about the oldest eras of ancient Hebrew civilization because the culture was nomadic. The most distinct and long-lasting elements of ancient Hebrew civilization lay not in its architectural, artistic or diplomatic contributions but in the focus of the people on a monotheistic God who was radically different from the gods worshipped by most ancient peoples.

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Jewish history is the history of the Jews, and their religion and culture, as it developed and interacted with other peoples, religions and cultures.Although Judaism as a religion first appears in Greek records during the Hellenistic period (323 BCE – 31 BCE) and the earliest mention of Israel is inscribed on the Merneptah Stele dated 1213–1203 BCE, religious literature tells the story of ...

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This chapter contains video lessons that will teach you about the civilization of the ancient Hebrews. Watch these lessons to learn about Hebrew history, religion and major historical events.

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Ancient Hebrews (unit) Ancient Canaan, Ancient Israel activities. Akkadians, Egyptians, and Hebrews. Ancient Hebrews. Ancient Hebrews & Greeks. The Maccabees and Their Place in Jewish History (1000 BC) Heritage: Civilization and the Jews (lessons) Jewish Holidays & History. For Kids. Ancient Hebrews for Kids. Free Presentations in PowerPoint format

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Facts about Ancient Hebrews talk about the Jewish people. If you check out Tanakh or Hebrew Bible, the term Hebrews appear 34 times in 32 verses. The term is often used to describe or call the Semitic Israelites who lived during the nomadic era before the pre monarchic period.

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Hebrew Civilization Dwarfed by the great empires of the Sumerians, Akkadians, Babylonians and Egyptians, were the Hebrews. Of all the ancient civilizations, it was the Hebrews who exerted perhaps the greatest influence on western society as well as the western intellectual tradition.