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xii, 411 pages ; 24 cm.
  • Biblical Hebrew linguistics : perspectives on data and method / Adina Moshavi and Tania Notarius
  • Linguistic change through the prism of textual transmission : the case of Exod 12:9 / Noam Mizrahi
  • All is not lost : linguistic periodization in the face of textual and literary pluriformity / Aaron Hornkohl
  • Aramaic influence and inner diachronic development in Hebrew inscriptions of the iron age / Yigal Bloch
  • The linguistics of writings systems and the gap in the Hebrew scribal tradition / William Schniedewind
  • The second-person non-negated jussive in biblical Hebrew and ancient northwest semitic / Tania Notarius
  • Participant tracking, positioning and the pragmatics of biblical narrative / Frank H. Polak
  • Nominal and verb-second clauses not introduced by waw : a text-linguistic classification / Gregor Geiger
  • Verticality in biblical Hebrew parallelism / David Toshio Tsumura
  • The infinitive absolute and topicalization of events in biblical Hebrew / Galia Hatav
  • Clause combining in the song of Moses (Deut. 32:1-43) : an example of archaic biblical Hebrew syntax / Bo Isaksson
  • The syntactic pattern : qtol [arrow]weyiqtol and the expression of indirect command in biblical Hebrew / Lina Petersson
  • The scope of negation inside and outside of the biblical Hebrew prepositional phrase / Cynthia L. Miller-Naudé and Jacobus A. Naudé
  • The locative alternation in biblical (and modern) Hebrew / Edit Doron & Keren Dubnov
  • Corpus-driven valence : give and the meaning of natan (ntn) in Genesis / Nicolai Winther-Nielsen.
"In recent decades, the study of biblical Hebrew has profited enormously from the application of methodologies derived from general linguistics. During the 16th World Congress of Jewish Studies, Adina Moshavi and Tania Notarius organized sessions devoted to exploring new developments in biblical Hebrew linguistics, bringing together many of the world's experts in the field. The papers in this volume are based on research presented at those sessions, along with additional articles specifically written for this volume. The essays included here address topics in philology, language contact, text-linguistics and linguistic pragmatics, syntax, and applied linguistics. The collection showcases biblical Hebrew linguistics as a dynamic and innovative endeavor that is making important contributions to the study of the Bible, Hebrew language, and modern linguistics"-- Provided by publisher.
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177 [ages : color illustrations ; 17 cm
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xii, 584 pages ; 24 cm.
  • Content From the Editors A Personal Tribute Froma Zeitlin From Intertextuality to Iyyun Authorial Intent: Human and Divine Azzan Yadin-Israel A Place of Torah Moulie Vidas Tosafot Gornish Post-Kant: The Talmud as Political Thought Sergey Dolgopolski Shattering the Nomos Did the Rabbis Consider Nazirhood an Ascetic Practice? Aharon Shemesh "The Torah was not Given to Ministering Angels": Rabbinic Aspirationalism Christine Hayes Footnotes to Carnal Israel: Infertility and the Legal Subject Barry Scott Wimpfheimer Temporalities of Marriage: Jewish and Islamic Legal Debates Lena Salaymeh and Zvi Septimus Carnal Israels Myth, History and Eschatology in a Rabbinic Treatise on Birth Galit Hasan-Rokem and Israel Yuval Rabbinic Trickster Tales: The Sex and Gender Politics of the Bavli's Sinful Sages Julia Watts Belser Phallic Jewissance and the Pleasure of No Pleasure 339 Elliot R. Wolfson "Changing the Order of Creation":The Toldot Ben Sira Disrupts the Medieval Hebrew Canon Shamma Boyarin Ethnicity and Radical Jews Paul and Jewish Ethnicity Erich S. Gruen Paul and the Universal Goyim: "A Radical Jew" Revisited Ishay Rosen-Zvi and Adi Ophir Kinship and Qiddushin: Genealogy and Geography in b. Qiddushin IV Jonathan Boyarin Paul in the Jerusalem of Lithuania: Samuel Joseph Fuenn's Paths of God Eliyahu Stern Fat Rabbis & Friends Revisiting the Fat Rabbis Zvi Septimus Socrates, the Rabbis and the Virgin: The Dialogic Imagination in Late Antiquity Virginia Burrus What would Martin Luther Say to Daniel Boyarin? Simon Goldhill Homeland and/as Diaspora The Battle of Qedesh on the Plain of Hatsor: On the Hasmonean Roots of the Galilean Foundational Myth Elchanan Reiner As the Gates of Jerusalem, so the Gates of Mahuza: Defining Place in Diaspora Charlotte Elisheva Fonrobert Following Goats: Text, Place and Diaspora(s) Dina Stein Bio-Bibliography Crossing Border Lines: Daniel Boyarin's Life/Work James A. Redfield.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9789004345324 20170821
Talmudic Transgressions is a collection of essays on rabbinic literature and related fields in response to the boundary-pushing scholarship of Daniel Boyarin. This work is an attempt to transgress boundaries in various ways, since boundaries differentiate social identities, literary genres, legal practices, or diasporas and homelands. These essays locate the transgressive not outside the classical traditions but in these traditions themselves, having learned from Boyarin that it is often within the tradition and in its terms that we can find challenges to accepted notions of knowledge, text, and ethnic or gender identity. The sections of this volume attempt to mirror this diverse set of topics. Contributors include Julia Watts Belser, Jonathan Boyarin, Shamma Boyarin, Virginia Burrus, Sergey Dolgopolski, Charlotte E. Fonrobert, Simon Goldhill, Erich S. Gruen, Galit Hasan-Rokem, Christine Hayes, Adi Ophir, James Redfield, Elchanan Reiner, Ishay Rosen-Zvi, Lena Salaymeh, Zvi Septimus, Aharon Shemesh, Dina Stein, Eliyahu Stern, Moulie Vidas, Barry Scott Wimpfheimer, Elliot R. Wolfson, Azzan Yadin-Israel, Israel Yuval, and Froma Zeitlin.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9789004345324 20170821
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287, xiii pages ; 24 cm.
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viii, 288 pages ; 24 cm.
  • Preface
  • Abbreviations
  • Introduction : Genesis Rabbah, a great beginning / Sarit Kattan Gribetz and David M. Grossberg
  • The major manuscripts of Genesis Rabbah / Michael Sokoloff
  • Between narrative and polemic : the Sabbath in Genesis Rabbah and the Babylonian Talmud / Sarit Kattan Gribetz
  • Genesis Rabbah's Enoch / Peter Schäfer
  • Into the workshop of the homilist : a comparison of Genesis Rabbah 33:1 and Leviticus Rabbah 27:1 / Chaim Milikowsky
  • Abraham and the Messianism of Genesis Rabbah / Martha Himmelfarb
  • The family of Abraham in Genesis Rabbah / Carol Bakhos
  • Origen's commentary on Genesis as a key to Genesis Rabbah / Maren Niehoff
  • Stage mothers : performing the Matriarchs in Genesis Rabbah and Yannai / Laura Lieber
  • Composition and transmission of the exegetical narrative in Genesis Rabbah / Joshua Levinson
  • On plane trees and the Palatine Hill : Rabbi Yishmael and the Samaritan in Genesis Rabbah and the later Palestinian Rabbinic Tradition / David M. Grossberg
  • Peshat in Genesis Rabbah / Martin Lockshin
  • The final chapters of Genesis Rabbah / Marc Hirshman
  • Bibliography
  • Contributors
  • Index of primary sources
  • Index of modern authors
  • Index of subjects.
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63 p. : ill. ; 22 cm
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255 pages : color illustrations ; 23 cm
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78, 49 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm
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246 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm.
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xxv, 494 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
  • The place and limits of wisdom revisited / Stuart Weeks
  • Ethics in the wisdom literature of the Old Testament / John Barton
  • 'Mother in Israel': women and wisdom / Jenni Williams
  • Orality and the sage: a word (proverb) to the wise suffices / Aulikki Nahkola
  • The nineteenth-century beginnings of 'wisdom literature', and its twenty-first-century end? / Will Kynes
  • Literary and linguistic matters in the book of Proverbs / Gary A. Rendsburg
  • 'The fear of the lord is the beginning of wisdom': calendars, divination and stories of terror / James E. Patrick
  • One or two things you may not know about the universe: the cosmology of the divine speeches in Job / David J.A. Clines
  • The canonical taming of Job (Job 42.1-6) / Terje Stordalen
  • The rhetorical structure of Ecclesiastes / John Jarick
  • Is patristic exegesis good for biblical scholarship? Jerome and Gregory of Nyssa on Qohelet / Jennie Grillo
  • At play in potential space: reading King Qohelet's building experiment with psychoanalytic spatial theory / Mette Bundvad
  • 'I will incline my ear to a proverb; I will solve my riddle to the music of the harp' (Psalm 49.4): the wisdom tradition and the Psalms / Susan Gillingham
  • The Song of Songs: a wisdom book / Edmée Kingsmill SLG
  • Wisdom and the Garden of Eden / John Day
  • The absence of wisdom in the wilderness / Philip Y. Yoo
  • Jeremiah, creation and wisdom / Katharine J. Dell
  • Handel's Nabal / Deborah W. Rooke
  • Ben Sira's table manners and the social setting of his book / James K. Aitken
  • Ben Sira on friendship: notes on intertextuality and method / James E. Harding.
This collection of essays examines the wisdom traditions of the Old Testament from a variety of angles. The slipperiness of the concept of 'wisdom literature', the transmission of 'wise' advice for living, rabbinic and patristic approaches to the Bible's wisdom traditions, and cutting-edge modern perspectives on such Old Testament books as Proverbs, Job, and Ecclesiastes are all to be found here. In the tradition of the renowned previous volumes from the Oxford Old Testament Seminar - King and Messiah in Israel and the Ancient Near East (1998), In Search of Pre-Exilic Israel (2004), Temple and Worship in Biblical Israel (2005), and Prophecy and Prophets in Ancient Israel (2010)-this new volume again brings the scholarship of the Oxford Seminar, here focused on the rich subject of Old Testament wisdom traditions, to an international readership.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780567663160 20160619
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196, 23e pages : color illustrations ; 22 cm
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359 pages ; 25 cm
Green Library
xii, 403 pages : illustrations (some color), maps ; 25 cm.
  • Acknowledgements The Contributors Introduction: The Archaeology and Material Culture of the Babylonian Talmud, Markum. J. Geller Land behind Ctesiphon: the Archaeology of Babylonia during the Period of the Babylonian Talmud, St John Simpson 'Recycling economies, when efficient, are by their nature invisible.' A First Century Jewish Recycling Economy, Matthew Ponting and Dan Levene The Cedar in Jewish Antiquity, Michael Stone Since when do Women go to Miqveh? Archaeological and Rabbinic Evidence, Tal Ilan Rabbis in Incantation Bowls, Shaul Shaked Divorcing a Demon: Incantation Bowls and BT Gittin 85b, Siam Bhayro Lilith's Hair and Ashmedai's Horns: Incantation Bowl Imagery in the Light of Talmudic Descriptions, Naama Vilozny The Material World of Babylonia as seen from Roman Palestine: Some Preliminary Observations, Yaron Eliav Travel Between Palestine and Mesopotamia during the Hellenistic and Roman Periods: A Preliminary Study, Getzel Cohen (z"l) Shopping in Ctesiphon: A Lesson in Sasanian Commercial Practice, Yaakov Elman Substance and Fruit in the Sasanian Law of Property and the Babylonian Talmud, Maria Macuch Rabbinic, Christian, and Local Calendars in Late Antique Babylonia: Influence and Shared Culture, Sacha Stern 'Manasseh sawed Isaiah with a Saw of Wood:' an Ancient Legend in Jewish, Christian, Muslim and Persian Sources, Richard Kalmin Biblical 'Archaeology' and Babylonian Rabbis: On the Self-Image of Jews in Sasanian Babylonia, Isaiah Gafni Loanwords in Jewish Babylonian Aramaic: Some Preliminary Observations, Theodore Kwasman The Gymnasium at Babylon and Jerusalem, Markham J. Geller and D. T. Potts Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9789004304888 20160619
The material culture of the Babylonian Talmud remains an important question in the absence of any archaeological finds from Jewish Babylonia. In "The Archaeology and Material Culture of the Babylonian Talmud, " Markham Geller explores the links between Jewish Babylonia and Israel.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9789004304888 20160619
Green Library
xxiv, 390 pages : portrait ; 24 cm
  • Septuagint and Samareitikon
  • The text-critical contribution of the Antiochean Greek and Old Latin texts-Case study: 2 Kings 8:10-11
  • The genealogical lists in Genesis 5 and 11 in three different versions
  • An identical scribal mistake in 1 Kings 9 and 2 Chronicles 7: consequences for the textual history of Kings and Chronicles
  • Text and Context: the textual elimination of the names of gods and its literary, administrative, and legal context
  • Once again: Hosea and the Pentateuchal traditions
  • Ezekiel, a singer of erotic songs? Some text-critical remarks on Ezekiel 33:31-32
  • If you go down to the woods today: b(e)aring the text of Proverbs MT and LXX
  • Numbers 36:13: the transition between Numbers and Deuteronomy and the redaction of the Pentateuch
  • Bel and the Dragon: the relationship between Theodotion and the Old Greek
  • The Masoretic rewriting of Daniel 4-6: the Septuagint version as witness
  • Speaking about God: person deixis in Malachi
  • Echoes of Solomon and Nehemiah: Hezekiah's cultic reforms in the Book of Chronicles
  • Textual history through the prism of historical linguistics: the case of Biblical Hebrew z-m-r
  • Whodunit? Implicit subject, discourse structure, and pragmatics in the Hebrew and Greek Bibles
  • Weighing the scales: how an Egyptian concept made its way into biblical and postbiblical literature
  • The Rabbinic Sages' allegation about LXX Genesis 1:1: Bickerman's cogent explanation
  • When did the books of Samuel become Scripture?
  • What is a biblical book?
  • Revelatory experiences as the beginning of Scripture: Paul's letters and the prophets in the Hebrew Bible
  • The canonization of the Hebrew Bible in light of Second Temple literature.
Green Library
x, 211 pages ; 25 cm.
  • Chanan Ariel and Alexey (Eliyahu) Yuditsky, Remarks on the Language of the Pesher Scrolls Steven E. Fassberg, The Nature and Extent of Aramaisms in the Hebrew Dead Sea Scrolls Jan Joosten, The Tiberian Vocalization and the Hebrew of the Second Temple Period Noam Mizrahi, Priests of Qoreb: Linguistic Enigma and Social Code in the Songs of the Sabbath Sacrifice Uri Mor and Tamar Zewi, The Nominal Clause in the Hebrew Legal Documents and Letters from the Judean Desert Takamitsu Muraoka, Aspects of the (Morpho)syntax of the Infinitive in Qumran Hebrew Jacobus A. Naude and Cynthia L. Miller-Naude, Syntactic Features of in Qumran Hebrew Wido van Peursen, Linguistic Observations on the Hebrew Prayer of Manasseh from the Cairo Genizah Gary A. Rendsburg, The Nature of Qumran Hebrew as Revealed through Pesher Habakkuk Jean-Sebastien Rey, "Dislocated Negations": Negative Followed by a Non-verbal Constituent in Biblical, Ben Sira and Qumran Hebrew Francesco Zanella, Some Semantic Notes on the Lexeme in the DSS.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9789004291010 20160619
The linguistic character of the Hebrew of the Dead Sea Scrolls and other contemporary Hebrew texts remains disputed. This volume presents linguistic and philological studies dealing with the Dead Sea Scrolls and the Hebrew of the Late Second Temple period.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9789004291010 20160619
Green Library
88 pages : illustrations, musical notes ; 24 cm
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18 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm
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209 pages : illustrations, maps, plans, facsimiles ; 24 cm.
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xiv, 192 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
  • From Deuteronomistic history to Nebiim and Torah / Thomas Romer
  • The Tiberian vocalization and the edition of the Hebrew Bible text / Jan Joosten
  • Die Tiqqune sopherim im Horizont der biblischen Textgeschichte - Theologische Korrekturen, literarische Varianten im alttestamentlichen Text und Textvielfalt: wie gehen sie zusammen? / Adrian Schenker
  • "Dreissig Jahre war David alt, als er König wurde..." (2 Sam 5,4)- Literarische und textkritische Studie der Regierungsnotizen in den Samuelbüchern / Philippe Hugo
  • Revisiting 2 Kings 13:14-21 (MT and LXX) - The transposition of a pericope and multiple literary editions in 2 Kings / Matthieu Richelle
  • Du sacerdoce à la royauté: une suppléance hasmonéenne sur le trône de David selon le texte massorétique de Zacharie 6, 11-15? / Yohanan P. Goldman-- Masoretic text and Septuagint as witnesses to Malachi 1:1 and 3:22-24 / Innocent Himbaza
  • The Book of Jeremiah and the Hebrew and Greek texts of Ben Sira / Armin Lange.
Green Library
273 pages : facsimiles, colored map, graphs, tables ; 24 cm
  • אשתורי הפרחי - הנצחתו אחרי כשבע מאות שנה / ישראל רוזנסון ויוסי שפנייר
  • רבי אשתורי הפרחי וזיהוי הצמחים - בין חקירה למסירה / חיים צבי אלבוים
  • תרומתו של רבי אשתורי הפרחי למחקר עבר הירדן / חיים בן-דוד
  • שיטתו של אשתורי הפרחי וזיהויו עת עקרון עם קיסרי בת אדום / אהרן דמסקי
  • מקרא מגילה בערים מוקפות חומה מימות יהושע בן נון בספר 'כפתור ופרח' / יהודה זולדן
  • על גדר, גדור ועבר הירדן: עיונים בפרשנותו הגאוגרפית של רבי אשתורי הפרחי לספרות חז"ל / ירון זילברשטיין
  • שיטת רבי אשתורי הפרחי בקדושת ארץ ישראל / יצחק ספיר
  • סוגלים סגנוניים בספר 'כפתור ופרח' לרבי אשתורי הפרחי
  • ענייני קדושה בכפתור ופרח: א. תפילותיו של אשתורי הפרחי, ב. תפיסת המקום הקדוש של אשתורי הפרחי / ישראל רוזנסון
  • בחינת נוסח פרשני ימי הביניים המצוטטים ב'כפתור ופרח' בהשוואה לפירושיהם בכתבי היד / דוד שניאור
  • שני ראשונים - כה רחוקים, כה קרובים - שקיעין אשתוריים בכתיבתו של יהוסף שווארץ, בעל 'תבואות הארץ' / אבי ששון
  • במפתו וברגליו - על אשתורי הפרחי כגאוגרף היסטורי / עמיחי שוורץ.
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