Pomegranates and golden bells : studies in biblical, Jewish, and Near Eastern ritual, law, and literature in honor of Jacob Milgrom

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Pomegranates and golden bells : studies in biblical, Jewish, and Near Eastern ritual, law, and literature in honor of Jacob Milgrom

edited by David P. Wright, David Noel Freedman and Avi Hurvitz

Eisenbrauns, 1995

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Pomegranates & golden bells : studies in biblical, Jewish, and Near Eastern ritual, law, and literature in honor of Jacob Milgrom

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"Bibliography of the published writings of Jacob Milgrom": p. xiii-xxv

Includes bibliographical references and indexes

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内容説明

Colleagues, students, and friends honor Professor Milgrom by celebrating his contributions to biblical and Near Eastern scholarship with special emphasis on his primary areas of expertise. The first section of the book, Ritual, Law, and Their Sources, contains thirty-five essays on cultic and legal issues found in the Hebrew Bible, the Septuagint, and texts from Qumran. The second section, Other Literary, Historical, and Linguistic Studies, includes twenty-four essays, primarily dealing with interpretive issues in the Hebrew Bible.

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Preface, by David Noel FreedmanBibliography of the Published Writings of Jacob MilgromAbbreviationsSECTION I: RITUAL, LAW, AND THEIR SOURCESThe Bearing of Sin in the Priestly Literature - Baruch J. SchwartzAnother Prolegomenon to Leviticus 17:11 - Rolf RendtorffPhilology, Archaeology, and a Terminus a Quo for P's `hatta't' Legislation - Ziony Zevit`ola' and `hatta't' in the `Temple Scroll' - Lawrence H. SchiffmanIntentional and Unintentional Sin in the Dead Sea Scrolls - Gary A. AndersonSome Considerations on the Translation of `kapporet' in the Septuagint - Klaus KochAn Ethnoarchaeological Analysis of Hannah's Sacrifice - Carol MeyersThe Akedah: A Paradigm of Sacrifice - Gordon J. WenhamCensus and Intercession in a Priestly Text (Exodus 30:11-16) and in Its Midrashic Transformation - Michael FishbaneConceptual Aspects in Exodus 25:1-9 - Rolf P. KnierimThe Incense of the Tabernacle - Yehuda FeliksSolomon's Golden Vessels (1 Kings 7:48-50) and the Cult of the First Temple - Victor Avigdor HurowitzTerms and Epithets Relating to the Jerusalem Temple Compound in the Book of Chronicles: The Linguistic Aspect - Avi HurvitzProphets, Priests, and the Efficacy of Ritual - Ronald S. HendelConcerning Amos' Repudiation of the Cult - Meir WeissDavid Autem Remansit in Hierusalem: Felix Coniunctio! - David P. WrightSacred Geography as Narrative Structure in 2 Kings 11 - Burke O. LongPoetic Structure in Leviticus - Mary Douglas4QLev (4Q25, 26a, 26b) - Emanuel TovA Calendrical Scroll from a Qumran Cave: `Mismarot' B, 4Q321 - Shemaryahu Talmon and Israel KnohlSimon the Just: Simon I or Simon II? - James C. VanderKamThe Road to En-dor - Mordechai CoganThe Significance of the Veil in the Ancient Near East - Karel van der ToornThe Formula `If He Shall Not (Do)' and the Problem of Sanctions in Biblical Law - Gershon BrinThe Fundamental Code Illustrated: The Third Commandment - Herbert B. HuffmonSome Archaeological Notes on Deuteronomy - Jeffrey H. TigayCould keleb in Deuteronomy 23:19 Actually Refer to a Canine? - Elaine Adler GoodfriendThe Social-Legal Origin for the Image of God as Redeemer of Israel - Jeremiah UntermanThe Place of the People in the Making of Law and Judgment - Ze'ev WeismanThe Rhetoric of Collective Responsibility in Deuteronomic Law - Dale PatrickMatrilineal Determination of Jewishness: Biblical and Near Eastern Roots - Mayer I. GruberA Fragment on Fetal Life and Pregnancy in 4Q270 - Joseph M. BaumgartenStylistic Conceits II: The Absolute Infinitive in Biblical Law - Reuven YaronOn the Political Use of the Bible in Modern Israel: An Engaged Critique - Moshe GreenbergA Peace of Compromise between Israel and the Arabs - Ze'ev W. FalkSECTION II: OTHER LITERARY, HISTORICAL, AND LINGUISTIC STUDIESUnruly Elements in Late Bronze Canaanite Society: Anson F. RaineyGenesis 14: An Enigma - Francis I. AndersenJuxtaposition in the Abraham Cycle - Yair ZakovitchReuben's Sin with Bilhah in the `Testament of Reuben' - James KugelThe Firstborn Plague and the Reading Process - Edward L. GreensteinA Contest of Magicians? The Plague Stories in P - John Van SetersThe Hidden Made Manifest: Muslim Traditions and the `Latent Content' of Biblical and Rabbinic Stories - David J. HalperinThe Song of Deborah and Barak: Its Prosodic Levels and Structure - Jan P. FokkelmanObservations on the Jael-Sisera Story (Judges 4-5) - Baruch MargalitReflections on Historiography in the Account of Jehoshaphat - Ralph W. KleinThe Deuteronomist and the Exile - Yair HoffmanThe `Desert of the Sea' Pronouncement (Isaiah 21:1-10) - Benjamin UffenheimerA Misunderstood Medieval Translation of `sered' (Isaiah 44:13) and Its Impact on Modern Scholarship - Joshua BlauJeremiah's Instructions to Seraiah (Jeremiah 51:59-64) - William McKaneHosea 7:16: Gibberish Jabber - Shalom M. PaulThe Crisis of the Mid-fifth Century B.C.E. Second Zechariah and the `End' of Prophecy - Eric M. MeyersThe Structure of Psalm 119 - David Noel FreedmanSome Performative Utterances in the Bible - Delbert R. HillersScurrilous Etymologies - William W. HalloSome Remarks on the Semantics of the Root `b't' in Classical Hebrew - Jacob HoftijzerIs There a Word for the Royal Harem in the Bible? - Abraham MalamatThe `*qatala' Form in Ugaritic Narrative Poetry - Mark S. Smith4Q127: An Unknown Jewish Apocryphal Work? - Devorah DimantSage and Super-sage in Philo of Alexandria - David WinstonINDEXESIndex of AuthorsIndex of ScriptureIndex of Ancient Sources

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