Editors: Shaul Shaked and Siam Bhayro
Edited by Jan Assmann and Guy G. Stroumsa
This collection of essays deals with anthropological rather than theological aspects of the Near Eastern and Mediterranean religions from the archaic period to Late Antiquity. Part one focuses on "Confession and Conversion", part two on "Guilt, Sin and Rituals of Purification".
Edited by S. Shaked, D. Shulman and G.G. Stroumsa
Edited by Gideon Bohak, Yuval Harari and Shaul Shaked
This volume brings together thirteen studies by as many experts in the study of one or more ancient or medieval magical traditions, from ancient Mesopotamia and Pharaonic and Greco-Roman Egypt to the Greek world, Judaism, Christianity and Islam.
Edited by Shaul Shaked
This book of essays deals with magical phenomena in Mesopotamian, Zoroastrian, Greek and Jewish cultures. The topics discussed include Mesopotamian magic, its impact on the Aramaic magic bowls, Jewish magical literature, magical gems, Zoroastrian omens, and methods of research.
Shaul Shaked, J.N. Ford, and Siam Bhayro with contributions from Matthew Morgenstern and Naama Vilozny
This volume presents editions of sixty-four Jewish Aramaic incantation bowls from the Schøyen Collection, with accompanying introductions, translations, philological notes, photographs and indices, relating to the magical divorce and the wonder-working sages Ḥanina ben Dosa and Joshua bar Peraḥia.
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