Puzzling out the past : studies in Northwest Semitic languages and literatures in honor of Bruce Zuckerman /

Bruce Zuckerman has transformed the way we look at ancient Semitic inscriptions. Through his efforts, the most important inscriptions of biblical times have been reread and the history of the biblical and Second Temple periods reimagined. He has made contributions to the fields of biblical studies a...

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Other Authors: Zuckerman, Bruce., Lundberg, Marilyn J., Fine, Steven., Pitard, Wayne T.

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Language: English

Published: Leiden : BRILL, 2012.

Series: Culture and History of the Ancient Near East 55.
Biblical Studies, Ancient Near East and Early Christianity E-Books Online, Collection 2012, ISBN: 9789004223226.

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Call Number: PJ3002.Z5 Z83 2012

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505 0 0 |t Front Matter /  |r Marilyn J. Lundberg , Steven Fine and Wayne T. Pitard --   |t "Where Will Yehoyišmaʿ Go?": A Reconsideration of TAD B3.8 /  |r Annalisa Azzoni --   |t Yet Another Jewish Tombstone from Late Antique Zoar/Zoora: The Funerary Marker of Hannah Daughter of Levi /  |r Jacob Bitton , Nathan Dweck and Steven Fine --   |t 4Q541, Fragment 24 Reconsidered /  |r Edward M. Cook --   |t Space, Line, and the Written Biblical Poem in Texts from the Judean Desert /  |r F.W. Dobbs-Allsopp --   |t An Inscribed Bulla with Grazing Doe from Tel ʿEton /  |r Avraham Faust and Esther Eshel --   |t Torah and Testament: Teaching and Learning Scripture in Dialogue and in Hermeneutics /  |r Zev Garber --   |t Methodological Principles in Determining that the So-Called Jehoash Inscription is Inauthentic /  |r Edward L. Greenstein --   |t Gleanings from the Comprehensive Aramaic Lexicon I: Previously Unknown Syriac Words /  |r Stephen A. Kaufman --   |t Job 19 in the Light of the Ketef Hinnom Inscriptions and Amulets /  |r Theodore J. Lewis --   |t New Drawings and Photographs of Four Cypriot Inscriptions /  |r Marilyn J. Lundberg --   |t An Inscribed Arrowhead of a Crown Prince of Babylon /  |r P. Kyle McCarter, Jr. --   |t Jonah 2:7-The Descent to the Netherworld and Its Mesopotamian Congeners /  |r Shalom M. Paul --   |t Nodding Scribe and Heavy Thumb: The Scribal Errors in Cat 1.14 III 52-V 8 /  |r Wayne T. Pitard --   |t New Lighting on the Amarna Letters: Mainly London, Berlin and Paris /  |r Anson F. Rainey --   |t An Old Hebrew Stone Inscription from the City of David: A Trained Hand and a Remedial Hand on the Same Inscription /  |r Christopher A. Rollston --   |t Why was "Old Poetry" Used in Hebrew Narrative? Historical and Cultural Considerations about Judges 5 /  |r Mark S. Smith --   |t Squeezing Blood from a Stone: The Archaeological Context of the İncirli Inscription /  |r Lynn Swartz Dodd --   |t Mesha's ryt in the Context of Moabite and Israelite Bloodletting /  |r Ziony Zevit --   |t Indexes /  |r Marilyn J. Lundberg , Steven Fine and Wayne T. Pitard --   |t Appendix-Exhibition Catalogue /  |r Marilyn J. Lundberg , Steven Fine and Wayne T. Pitard --   |t Plates /  |r Marilyn J. Lundberg , Steven Fine and Wayne T. Pitard. 
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