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This book offers the first comprehensive collection and scholarly analysis of the Greek technopaignia (acrostics, anagrams, palindromes, pattern poems etc.) and discusses both their significance for the history of literature and their interaction with non-literary fields of ancient ...
Although Leiden, the second largest city of the early modern Dutch Republic, officially became Protestant in 1572, it took fifty years before the Reformed Church was completely settled. This book sheds new light on the controversies between the city's political and religious elites.
An examination of the nature of popular government and oligarchy in towns and cities throughout Renaissance Italy, and of the reasons why broadly-based civic governments were losing ground.
This is a very thorough study of the history of the exegesis of the Old Testament Rachel traditions, especially Rachel’s complaint with an emphasis on the Rabbinic sources. Besides this, ancient translations, literature composed between the testaments, as well as the New Testament are taken into ...
This study of the apology Contra Apionem by the Jewish author Flavius Josephus (38 - ca. 100 CE) gives an introduction to the entire work. Of special interest is the fresh translation, analysis and interpretation of the work's third part, in which Josephus describes the constitution and main ...
Edited by Christine Shaw
A wide-ranging collection of essays, examining the effects of the central phase of the Italian Wars on the politics, culture and society of Italy, on military organization and the conduct of war, and on the image and reputation of Italy and the Italians.
Edited by Christine Helmer, with the assistance of Charlene T. Higbe
Paperback edition is available from the Society of Biblical Literature (www.sbl-site.org)
This book provides an inside into the complex relationship between Hindi and Urdu. A comparison of 20th century short stories that were published in both Hindi and Urdu are used as a basis to define the boundaries between both languages.
Edited by Christine Helmer with the assistance of Taylor G. Petrey
This volume offers a unique approach to the history of biblical interpretation, examining the historical, theological, and philosophical presuppositions of select interpreters in order to tease out the complexity of factors that shape one’s engagement with biblical texts.
Edited by Wietse de Boer and Christine Göttler
This interdisciplinary volume examines the role of sensation in the religious transformations of early modern Europe. Sensation was both central to the doctrinal disputes of the Reformation and critical in shaping new or reformed devotional practices.
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