With Just a Few Exceptions, No Canaanite Or Israelite City before the Roman Period occupied more area than that of an American University Football Stadium, most Villages were hardly bigger than the Playing Field itself. King’ David’s Jerusalem is estimated to have measured about 300 x 1300 foot. Inside the City-walls houses would be crammed together according to no particular pattern, leaving room for Passages but not for Streets. Before the Greek Period there were no Public Building of the Kind that we take for granted, provided by the Municipal Government. Pages- 87,88 -Bible As Literature, Oxford University Press, written by 3 Professors John.A.Gabel, Charles B.Wheelr and Antony.D.York.
Mario Liverani (born 1939 in Rome), is Professor of Ancient Near East History at the University of Rome summarises the result of 150 years of Archaeology
Levant the area of Palestine - Syria and Israel reached its peak Population in 8th Century BCE to around 400,000, in around 17 areas few of which even as per BIBLE TALES WERE NOT UNDER HEBREWS.
ISRAEL - EGYPT- SYRIA ARE THE PLACES Where Bible tales are said to have happened. The tales gives lot of data that certainly can be verified by Archaeology and old writings of the period, and major effort have been going on for last 150 years.
The Result is BIBLE HAS NO HISTORCAL VALUE AT ALL
The Hebrews as per Tales are Outsiders who Migrated and Occupied Israel by force. As per tales Abraham was from Chaldean country(Iraq) and as Famine affected Canaan, his clan moved to Egypt and lived there for 400 Years, later they came back- killed all Local Aborigines - the Sons of Soil and occupied the Land.
The Tales gives a figure of 6 Lakh+ Men with family, which would make around 3 Million people who travelled for 40 years and then conquered 10 races that were ruling Canaan..
Page 103 Mario Liverani History of Israel
Israel Finkelstein (March 29, 1949) is an Israeli archaeologist and academic. He is the Jacob M. Alkow Professor of the Archaeology of Israel in the Bronze and Iron Ages at Tel Aviv University Finkelstein is widely regarded as a leading scholar in the archaeology of the Levant and a foremost applicant of archaeological data in reconstructing biblical history.