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Bibliography of works pertaining to the study of Targum.
Review of: Yairah Amit. History and Ideology: An Introduction to Historiography in the Hebrew Bible. Sheffield Academic Press, 1999.
(University of Pennsylavnia Press, 2002-01)
Review of : Nahum Sarna. Studies in Biblical Interpretation. JPS, 2000.
(University of Pennsylavnia Press, 2003-01)
Semantic Developments in the Locution עמד על in Late Biblical Hebrew
(General of the Academy of the Hebrew Language, 2009)
As Avi Hurvitz and others have shown, the transition between classical biblical Hebrew and rabbinic Hebrew, which is evidenced by late biblical Hebrew, is discernible in semantic developments. Words and expressions with ...
"To go and marry any man that you please": A study of the formulaic antecedents of the rabbinic writ of divorce.
(University of Chicago Press, 2001-10)
The most recent generation has witnessed growing scholarly interest in the relationship between Mesopotamian civilization and the much later world of Rabbinic Judaism. Y. Muffs's work on the Elephantine papyri amply ...
The case for adversarial yahad.
(Brill Academic Publishers, 2009)
The words yaḥad and yaḥdāw regularly denote the relationship between opponents in physical warfare. Evidence from Hebrew and Akkadian shows that they have a similar function in descriptions of legal disputes, as well.
The career of a neo-Babylonian court scribe.
(American Schools of Oriental Research, 2008)
Ile i-Marduk, descendant of the Eppes-ili family, began work in the vicinity of Babylon as a member of a limited group of court scribes who recorded legal proceedings overseen by the Neo-Babylonian royal judges.1 Later in ...
On the Rise and Fall of Canaanite Religion at Baalbek: A Tale of Five Toponyms .
(Journal of Biblical Literature, 2009)