On archaeology, history and the Annales school, see, for example, the bibliography cited in notes 4–5 and Bruce G. Trigger, “History and Contemporary American Archaeology” in Carl C. Lamberg-Karlovsky and Philip L. Kohl, eds., Archaeological Thought in America (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1988), pp. 19–34; John L. Bintliff, ed., The Annales School and Archaeology (Leicester University Press, 1991); A. Bernard Knapp, ed., Archaeology, Annales, and Ethnohistory (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1992); Knapp, Society and Polity at Bronze Age Pella: An Annales Perspective(Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 1993), Chapter 2.
It should be noted that a “Braudelian” paradigm has long been practiced in the study of Israelite Settlement in Canaan in the guise of Albrecht Alt’s Territorialgeschichte. See especially his seminal article, “The Settlement of the Israelite in Canaan,” in Essays in Old Testament History and Religion (Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1966), pp. 135–169, originally published in 1925.