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Is there a Tanakh which attempts to combine aspects of modern Jewish archeology with the original Jewish texts?

I know that the two sides tend to be separated. You either read Torah from the religious perspective or you study archeology from the outside perspective. While there’s crossover, I haven’t seen an attempt to combine the knowledge of the two into a cohesive document or model.

Has anyone attempted to compile a book which cites archeological finds to relate to stories found in Torah and Tanakh? I’m curious if this has been done.

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