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Editorial Board: Christl M. Maier (Editor in Chief) – R.P. Gordon – J. Joosten – G.N. Knoppers – A. van der Kooij – A. Lemaire – S.L. McKenzie – C.A. Newsom – H. Spieckermann – J. Trebolle Barrera – N. Wazana – S.D. Weeks – H.G.M. Williamson
Publishes scholarly studies on topics relating to the Old Testament and the history and culture of the ancient Near East.
Edited by Richard L. Gordon and Francisco Marco Simón
Most studies of Graeco-Roman magic focus on the Greek texts. Stimulated by important recent finds of Latin curse-tablets, this collection of essays for the first time tries to define the nature and extent of the originality of magical practice in the Latin West
Author: Jaime Alvar Translator and editor: Richard Gordon
he relative sophistication of the three major 'Oriental cults' of the Roman Empire, combining unfamiliar myth with distinctive ritual, enabled them, like Early Christianity, to offer a properly ethical salvation in the Weberian sense.
Edited by Gordon Smith and Robert Sharlet
How is the Russian Constitution, ratified in 1993, being implemented today? A team of distinguished scholars assesses the promise and the realities of Russian constitutionalism in a number of critical areas.
Edited by Robert P. Gordon and Johannes C. de Moor
This volume published jointly by scholars from the United Kingdom, Ireland, Netherlands and Belgium deals with the relationship between the Old Testament and the cultures surrounding ancient Israel. New parallels are indicated and alleged parallels dismantled, methodical issues are discussed. ...
Robert P. Gordon
The volume aims to shed light on the early history of the Targum to the (Twelve) Prophets by focussing upon a number of key areas including historical allusions, Hebrew Vorlage, the Qumran Habakkuk pesher, haggadah and the Peshiṭta.
Roman A. Ohrenstein and Barry Gordon
This book discusses the economics of the Talmud in the light of modern economics. Its focus is on the intricate debates, statements and principles that were forged by the great minds of the Talmudic Rabbis. This ancient storehouse of learning includes a wealth of economic knowledge of modern ...
Edited by Bernard Lightman, York University, Gordon McOuat, University of King's College, and Larry Stewart, University of Saskatchwan
In The Circulation of Knowledge Between Britain, India and China, twelve scholars examine how knowledge, things and people moved within, and between, the East and the West from the early modern period to the twentieth century.
Edited by Gordon A. Wilson
The volume addresses the historical context of Henry, e.g. his writings and his participation in the events of 1277; examines Henry’s theology, metaphysics, epistemology, and ethics; and studies Henry’s influence on John Duns Scotus and Pico della Mirandola.
Edited by Bruce Gordon & Matthew McLean
This volume collects significant new scholarship on the late mediaeval and early modern Bible, engaging with the work of theologians, the devotional needs of the laity and the shape their concerns gave to the most important book of the age.
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