Jonas Greenfield was one of the foremost epigraphers and biblical scholars of this generation. This volume, dedicated to Professor Greenfield by his students, colleagues, and friends, reflects the broad spectrum of academic interests he pursued: Bible, Qumran, epigraphy, and Semitics. Bookseller Inventory #
Jonas Greenfield was one of the foremost epigraphers and biblical scholars of this generation. This volume, dedicated to Professor Greenfield by his students, colleagues, and friends, reflects the broad spectrum of academic interests he pursued: Bible, Qumran, epigraphy, and Semitics.
Title: Solving Riddles and Untying Knots Biblical, ...
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Book Description Eisenbrauns, 1995. Hardcover, no dust jacket. Ex-library, shaken, otherwise very good. 668 pp. Seller Inventory # 597441
Book Description Eisenbrauns, Winona Lake, Indiana, 1995. Hardbound. Condition: Very Good. Octavo in mildly edgeworn dust jacket, frontispiece photo, xxxiv, 670 pp., bibliography of Jonas G. Greenfield, indexes Articles are "Some bird names in the Judeo-Persian translations of the Hebrew Bible," Jes P. Asmussen, "Monophthongization of diphthongs as reflected in the use of vowel letters in the Pentateuch," Joshua Blau, "Cedar and the palm tree: a paired male/female symbol in Hebrew and Aramaic," Ariel A. Bloch, "Some problems in the Arabic transmission of biblical names," William M. Brinner , "On netinim and false prophets," Magen Broshi, Ada Yardeni, "Grandeur et purete? du sacerdoce: remarques sur le Testament de Qahat (4Q542)," Andre Caquot, "Ahiqar, Umman and Amun, and biblical wisdom texts," Henri Cazelles, "Epistolary evidence of address phenomena in official and Biblical Aramaic," Riccardo Contini, "Etymology of 'menstrual impurity'," Moshe Greenberg, "Slave release in the biblical world in light of a new text," William W. Hallo, "Paragogic nun in Biblical Hebrew: hypercorrection as a clue to a lost scribal practice," Stephen A. Kaufman, "Fragment-targum of Onqelos from the Cairo Genizah," Michael L. Klein, "Abraham, the physician: the image of Abraham the patriarch in the genuine hymns of Ephraem Syrus," Tryggve Kronholm, "Ritual purity and political exile: Solomon, the Queen of Sheba, and the events of 586 B.C.E. in a Yemenite folktale," Jacob Lassner, "Semantics of loss: two exercises in Biblical Hebrew lexicography," Baruch A. Levine, "Fate, miqreh, and reason: some reflections on Qohelet and biblical thought," Peter Machinist, "Recently discovered word for "clan" in Mari and its Hebrew cognate," Abraham Malamat, "Note de lexicographie hebraique qumranienne (m-sw /yrwq, mhsbym, swt)," Emile Puech, "Work concerning divine providence: 4Q413," Elisha Qimron, "Variant scriptural readings in liturgical texts," Nahum M. Sarna, "4QMysteries: a preliminary edition and translation," Lawrence H. Schiffman, "Poetic structures in the Hebrew sections of the Book of Daniel," Stanislav Segert, "Qumran: some Iranian connections," Shaul Shaked, "Abraham and the eastern kings: on Genesis 14," J.A. Soggin, "New edition and translation of the Questions of Ezra," Michael E. Stone, "Was the biblical saris a eunuch?" Hayim Tadmor, "Calendrical document from Qumran cav 4 (mismarot D, 4Q325)," Shemaryahu Talmon, "'He had not become wrinkled' (Deuteronomy 34:7)," Jeffrey H. Tigay, "Paraphrase of Exodus: 4Q422," Emanuel Tov, "Word ndb in the Bible: a study in historical semantics and biblical thought," J.P. Weinberg, "Semitics. Socio-religious framework of the Babylonian witchcraft ceremony Maqlu: some observations on the introductory section of the text, part II," Tzvi Abusch, "More on the Latin personal names ending with -us and -ius in Punic," Maria Giulia Amadasi Guzzo, "Regelson, Pagis, and Wallach: three poems on the Hebrew language," Arnold J. Band, "Neo-Babylonian tamkaru," M.A. Dandamayev, "Eanna tablet from Uruk in Cleveland," M.J. Geller, "Old Babylonian bawdy ballad," Victor Avigdor Hurowitz, "Some reflections on Amarna politics," William L. Moran, "Pasuri-Dagan and Ini-Tessup's mother," David I. Owen, "Plural of ecstasy" in Mesopotamian and Babylonian love poetry," Shalom M. Paul, "Water beneath straw: adventures of a prophetic phrase in the Mari archives," Jack M. Sasson, "Some di-til-la tablets in the British Museum," Marcel Sigrist, "Simu gamru: its function and history," Aaron Skaist, "God Athtar in the ancient Near East and his place in KTU 1.6 I ," Mark S. Smith. Seller Inventory # 60636
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