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Robert D. Haak
Beginning with form- and text-critical examinations of the text of Habakkuk, this work examines the role of the prophet in the historical setting of late 7th-century Judah. It assesses the policies supported by Habakkuk during the debate surrounding the demise of the Assyrian empire and Judah's ...
Edited by J.A. Emerton
Publishes twenty three papers given by invitation at the thirteenth Congress of the International Organization for the Study of the Old Testament, held at Leuven (27 August-1 September 1989). Subjects are (among others): the Pentateuch, the historical books, the Psalms, and the Targums.
Klaas A.D. Smelik
This book concerns the use of the Hebrew Bible for historical research, containing a general introduction, a reappraisal of the Ark Narrative, an assessment of the historical value of the Mesha inscription, a discussion of problems relating to the Hezekiah narratives, and a study of the ...
P.A.H. de Boer. Edited by C. van Duin
This book contains twenty-four studies of the late Professor de Boer, the well-known Old Testamentarian of Leiden University. Seven were originally published in Dutch and now appear in an English translation, while two of the articles are in German and two in French. One is a posthumous ...
Edited by K. Jongeling, H.L. Murre-van den Berg and L. van Rompay
A collection of essays on syntactical questions in the field of Hebrew and Aramaic, dealing with the nominal sentence, the particle 'et, clause types, word order and concord within sentences, the status and use of particles and verbal forms. In addition to Biblical Hebrew, other language forms ...
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