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Edited by Jack Cheng and Marian H. Feldman
Through published works and in the classroom, Irene Winter served as a mentor for the latest generation of scholars of Mesopotamian visual culture. The contributions to this volume in her honor represent a cross section of the state of scholarship today.
Tonia M. Sharlach
Edited by H.W. Pleket and R.S. Stroud
This important contribution to the study of Phrygian religious practice and spatial conceptualizations examines the role of the rock-cut monuments in Iron Age Anatolian and provides the reader with new aspects and theories of Phrygian cult and the Mother goddess Kybele.
Marc J.H. Linssen
This publication provides new information about the temple ritual texts from ancient Mesopotamia, in particular from the cities Uruk and Babylon, and shows how important the public cults were in Hellenistic times, at least until the first century B.C.
Theo van den Hout
The focus of this work is the importance of mental and physical purity in religious matters. For the Hittites, religious matters come close to daily life, and in this case the 'daily life' of the King of the Hittites is the subject of study. In the unique group of texts brought together here for ...
The book of the Covenant (Exodus 20:22-23:33) is one of the Old Testament collections of legal texts. This volume offers and introduction, translation and detailed commentary.
edited by Adam Zertal
This report presents the findings of a unique archaeological site in central Israel. The site is a fortified city, possibly from the Sea-Peoples Shardana, that contains intriguing architecture and many Egyptian finds. The Egyptian finds specifically indicate that it may have been an Egyptian ...
Shalom M. Paul
This volume examines various aspects of the narrative, legal, prophetic, and wisdom genres of Biblical literature, with a major emphasis on elucidating the text with the aid of Sumerian, Akkadian, and Ugaritic source material.
Harry Angier Hoffner, Jr.
A complete tool for understanding this oldest collection (about 1650 BC) of laws made by an Indo-European people. Incorporating many tablets published since the 1959 edition, and utilizing the latest lexical and grammatical insights, the author presents the text in the "score" format with ...
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