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320 pages ; 21 cm.
  • Segen(2Macc. 1, 206)
  • Gemeindgebet(e) (1Clem. 59, 3; 59, 4-61, 3; 64)
  • Christlich überarbeitete 'Amida für das Shabbat-Musaph-Gebet (Constitutiones Apostolicae 7, 33-38)
  • Fragmente eines jüdischen Gebetsformulars (Pap. Oxy. 2068)
  • Zwei Gebete für den Versöhnungstag (Yom Kippur) (Pap. Egerton 5)
  • Gebetsfragmente
  • Fragment eines Bittgebetes (Pap. Berol. 16356)
  • Fragment eines Gebetbuches (Pap. Oxy, 5128)
  • Monotheistische Gebete
  • Gebets-Sammlung (Pap. Mich. inv. 6427)
  • "Lobpreis des Schöpfergottes" (Fragment einer Anaphora?) (Pap. Berol. 6697)
  • Zitate aus Synagogengebeten bei Kirchenvätern
  • Birkhat ha-Minim (Epiphanios Adv. haer. 29, 9, 2)
  • Zitat aus der 'Amida-Benediktion 'Yerushalayim' (?) (Hieronymus Comm. in Is. 17, 37 in Is. 64, 8-10)
  • Koptische Paraphrase eines hebräischen Gebetes (Shenoute von Atripe Exegetische Homilie XX)
  • Anhang : Hebräische Gebete aus Ägypten und Dura Europos
  • Segen über die Mahlzeit (Piyyut zur Birkat ha-Mazon) (Dura Europos D. Pg. 25)
  • Piyyut zur 'Amida-Benediktion Modim (?) (Pap. Cologne inv. 5.941).
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xi, 270 pages ; 24 cm.
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247 pages ; 26 cm.
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176 pages ; 22 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.
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xi, 434 pages ; 24 cm.
  • Early Christian quotations and the textual history of the Septuagint : a summary of the Wuppertal research project and introduction to the volume / Martin Karrer and Johannes de Vries
  • Der Text der Septuaginta im frèuhen Christentum : Bericht èuber das Wuppertaler Forschungsprojekt / Martin Karrer
  • Codex Ambrosianus and the New Testament : considerations concerning the textual history of the Pentateuch / Johannes de Vries
  • The textual history of the scriptural quotations in the New Testament : an examination of Papyrus 46 / Johannes de Vries
  • Diplâe-Auszeichnungen im Codex Vaticanus Graecus 1209 (B) : Liste nebst einigen Beobachtungen / Alexander Stokowski
  • The textual tradition of the explicit quotations of the twelve minor prophets in Codex Bezae's Acts : a preliminary investigation / Ronald H. van der Bergh
  • The influence of the Greek Old Testament traditions on the explicit quotations in Codex E08 / Ronald H. van der Bergh
  • Verweise in der Handausgabe von Rahlfs/Hanhart und der Gèottinger Ausgabe der Septuaginta auf das Neue Testament / Matthias Millard, Kerstin Heider, Christin Klein und Christiane Veldboer
  • Der Antiochenische Text : seine Erforschung und seine Bedeutung fèur das Neue Testament / Siegfried Kreuzer
  • Zitatmarkierungen und die Gegenwart der Schrift im Neuen Testament / Darius Mèuller
  • The Septuagint, the recension of Theodotion, and beyond : comments on the quotation from Isaiah 42 in Matthew 12 / Arie van der Kooij
  • Beobachtungen zum Reflexionszitat Mt 4,15-16 (Jes 8,23-9,2) / Heinz-Josef Fabry
  • "der Gerechte wird aus Glauben leben" (Rèom 1,17) : Hab 2,4b in seinen textlichen und inhaltlichen Varianten im Alten Testament und Qumran sowie bei Paulus, Rabbi Simlay und Martin Luther / Matthias Millard
  • Der Text der Septuaginta in den Zitaten des 1. Petrusbriefs / Martin Vahrenhorst
  • Die Septuagintazitate des Neuen Testaments im Ersten Clemensbrief : Textgeschichtliche Beobachtungen (besonders zum Codex Alexandrinus) / Horacio E. Lona
  • Old Testament quotations in the Epistle of Barnabas with parallels in the New Testament / Maarten J.J. Menken
  • Die Septuaginta-Zitate des Neuen Testaments bei Justin / Martin Meiser
  • Das Zwèolfprophetenbuch und seine Rezeption im frèuhen Christentum am Beispiel Justins des Mèartyrers / Felix Albrecht
  • Genesis 1-3 in Theophilus von Antiochia 'An Autolykos' : Beobachtungen zu Text und Textgeschichte der Septuagintagenesis / Ferdinand R. Prostmeier.
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viii, 715 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
  • The Septuagint and oral translation / Anneli Aejmelaeus
  • The Hebrew text behind the Greek text of the Pentateuch / Kristin De Troyer
  • The Septuagint and scribal culture / Arie van de Kooij
  • Schriftliche and mündliche Weitergabe in der griechischen Susanna-Erzählung / Edgar Kellenberger
  • Beyond genre and style : notes on the Greek Esther / Victoria Spottorno
  • LXX Ruth : translation, interpretation, characterization / Nathan LaMontagne
  • The provenance of the old Greek Job / Johann Cook
  • Concerning the origin of the addition found in ProvLXX 1:7 / Lorenzo Cuppi
  • Onias III and the legitimacy of Judas Maccabaeus / Dov Gera
  • Between mĕšûbâ and môšābâ : on the status of diaspora Jews in the period of redemption according to the Septuagint and Hellenistic Judaism / Noah Hacham
  • Uncovering echoes of LXX legal norms in Hellenistic Egyptian documentary papyri : the case of the second-century Herakleopolite nome / Rob Kugler
  • The miscellanies in 2 Reigns 2:35a-o, 46a-l and the composition of the books of Kings/Reigns / Zipora Talshir
  • Different distribution of agreements between LXXL̳ and medieval Hebrew variants in kaige and non-kaige sections of III-IV Regnorum / Pablo Torijano Morales
  • Agreements between LXXB̳L̳, medieval Hebrew readings, and variants of the Aramaic, Syriac and Vulgate versions in kaige and non-kaige sections of 3-4 Reigns / Julio Trebolle Barrera
  • The Greek framework of Kings : indicators of recension / Jonathan M. Robker
  • Translating the historical books / Natalio Fernández Marcos
  • Vom hellenistischen Kleinrollensystem zum Kodex : Beobachtungen zur Textgestalt der griechischen Samuel- und Königebücher / Jong-Hoon Kim
  • "Lukian redivivus" or Barthélemy and beyond? / Siegfried Kreuzer
  • Der Tempelbaubericht 3 Kgdms 6:1-22 : vom Umgang der Übersetzer mit einer schwierigen hebräischen Vorlage / Martin Meiser
  • Greek Isaiah 25:6-8 and the issue of coherence / W. de Angelo Cunha
  • Hapax legomena, the Septuagint, and Hebrew lexicography / Hans Ausloos
  • The usages of [didōmi] in the Septuagint / Paul Danove
  • The Greek rendering of Hebrew hapax legomena in the book of Qoheleth / Hans Debel and Elke Verbeke
  • "Biblical Greek" in the LXX? : the case of [dōrean] / Peter Spitaler
  • The Historical and theological lexicon of the Septuagint : a sample entry, [eulogeō] / Jan Joosten
  • A note on some [prosēlytoi] in P. Duk.inv. 727R / David M. Moffitt
  • What after the Lexicon? / Takamitsu Muraoka
  • Jeremiah 38:31-34 (MT 31:31-34) : the history of the two versions and their reception / Georg Walser
  • Le vocabulaire homilétique de Jr 1-20 comparé à 4 Rg 17,7-20 / Christian-Bernard Amphoux and Arnaud Sérandour
  • Was LXX Pentateuch a style-setter for LXX Minor Prophets? / Jennifer Dines
  • Speech in the book of Judith / Deborah Levine Gera
  • Some remarks on the Codex Ambrosianus / Mariachiara Fincati
  • Greek variants behind Coptic readings in 1 Samuel 31? / Elina Perttilä
  • The rendering of toponyms in the LXX-Minor Prophets : an indication of Alexandrian provenance / Gunnar Magnus Eidsvåg
  • Ephraim dwelt in Egypt : Egypt and Assyria in the Septuagint of Hosea / W. Edward Glenny
  • Readings attributed to "[hoi peri a]ʹ and/or [s]ʹ" by Theodoret of Cyrrhus / Reinhart Ceulemans
  • [Thrēskeia], terra incognita, and terra devastata : vocabulary and theology of Symmachus / Michaël N. van der Meer
  • Designing a new Septuagint commentary : SBLCS and WATER / Robert J.V. Hiebert and Nathaniel N. Dykstra
  • Writing a commentary on the Septuagint / Dirk Büchner
  • Some peculiar place names in the LXX of Joshua / Seppo Sipilä
  • [asate kai agalliasthe kai psalate] (Ps 97:4) : présent vs aoriste dans les impératifs des Psaumes LXX / Philippe Le Moigne
  • Die Rezeption der Septuaginta im entstehenden Christentum : das Wuppertaler Forschungsprojekt / Martin Karrer
  • Old Testament and New Testament versions of the Mosaic law : the intersection of oral and written tradition / Ulrich Schmid
  • A comparison of the Septuagint textual form in the Torah : quotations common to Philo of Alexandria and the Gospels of Mark and Matthew / Gert J. Steyn
  • The non-dependence of the Psalms translator in relation to the translators of the Pentateuch / Staffan Olofsson
  • Les Odes ajoutées au Psautier dans la Septante comme acts de langage / Cécile Dogniez
  • The Septuagint's fidelity to its Vorlage in Greek patristic thought / Edmon L. Gallagher
  • Using patristic evidence : a question of methodology in the textual criticism of the LXX / Tuukka Kauhanen
  • Hebrew Bible(s) and the Greek witnesses? : a first look at the makeup of 2 Kings for the Oxford Hebrew Bible / Andrés Piquer Otero
  • Les mots [u-tehi-lo sokhenet] dans 1 Rois 1,2 / Jean Koulagna.
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x, 246 p. ; 24 cm.
  • Translation technique. Elaborate similes : Hebrew and Greek : a study in Septuagint translation technique ; A Septuagintal translation technique in the minor prophets : the elimination of verbal repetitions
  • The translators' knowledge of Hebrew. On the Septuagint translators' knowledge of Hebrew ; The knowledge and practice of Hebrew in the Hellenistic period : Qumran and the Septuagint ; On Aramaizing renderings in the Septuagint ; Biblical Hebrew as mirrored in the Septuagint : the question of influence from spoken Hebrew ; Source-language oriented remarks on the Lexicography of the Greek versions of the Bible ; ..., "Benevolence", and ..., "Pity" : reflections on their lexical equivalence in the Septuagint ; The dead sea scrolls and the Septuagint in mutual illumination
  • Interpretation. Exegesis in the Septuagint version of Hosea ; The impact of the Septuagint Pentateuch on the Greek Psalms ; To see God : conflicting exegetical tendencies in the Septuagint ; Divine omniscience and the theology of the Septuagint
  • Historical Milieu. Language as symptom : linguistic clues to the social background of the seventy ; The original language and historical milieu of the book of Judith ; The Septuagint as a source of information on Egyptian Aramaic in the Hellenistic period ; Reflections on the 'interlinear paradigm' in Septuagintal studies
  • Acknowledgments
  • Index of selected passages.
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265 p. : ill ; 25 cm.
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107 p. ; 21 cm.
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11. Awangarda [1959]

Music recording
1 online resource (1 sound file)
  • Psalmy Dawida = Psalms of David (10:00)
  • Strofy = Strophes (6:27)
  • Anaklasis (7:31)
  • Wymiary czasu i ciszy = Dimensions of time and silence (13:02)
  • Tren "Ofiarom Hiroszimy" = Threndody "To the victims of Hiroshima" (5:50)
  • Fluorescences (17:25)
  • Polymorphia (8:35).
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3 computer discs : DVD-ROM; 4 3/4 in. + 1 booklet (16 p. : ill. ; 21 cm.)
BibleWorks is an electronic Bible concordance and morphological analysis program. It includes texts of the Hebrew O.T., Greek O.T. and N.T. and a wide range of English and modern foreign language texts. It also has Bible dictionaries and other aids.
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vi, 390 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
  • Contributors include: Tzvi Abusch, Joachim Friedrich Quack, Jacco Dieleman, Fritz Graf, Christopher Faraone, Ithamar Gruenwald, Shaul Shaked, Dan Levene, Kocku von Stuckrad, Reimund Leicht, Yuval Harari, Gideon Bohak, and Alexander Fodor.
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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. It lays special emphasis on the recurrence of similar phenomena in magical texts as far apart as the Akkadian cuneiform tablets and an Arabic manuscript bought in Egypt in the late-twentieth century. Such similarities demonstrate to what extent many different cultures share a "magical logic" which is strikingly identical, and in particular they show the recurrence of certain phenomena when magical practices are transmitted in written form and often preserve, adopt and adapt much older textual units.
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xvii, 378 p. ; 24 cm.
  • Introduction
  • Wealth, poverty, and the problem of justice
  • Death, generosity, and the good life
  • Generosity through loans and surety
  • Generosity through almsgiving
  • Almsgiving and sacrifice in Sirach
  • The extent of almsgiving in Sirach
  • Synthesis & conclusions.
This work explores the theological and social dimensions of generosity in the book of "Sirach" and contextualizes them within the culture and thought of Second Temple Judaism. Ben Sira's understanding of generosity is intertwined with issues of justice and its breakdown in his own socio-economic environment. Ben Sira believes that giving generously is an essential part of a Wisdom-Torah ethic of mercy. By relieving the plight of the poor the generous person imitates God's own special care for the poor and will receive future blessings in return.
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  • Rachel Elior : an appreciation from her colleagues and students / Daphna Arbel and Andrei Orlov
  • The consideration of religious experience in the work of Racel Elior / Frances Flannery
  • Peter and the patriarch : a confluence of traditions? / Kelley Coblentz Bautch
  • In heaven or on earth : a misplaced temple question about Ezekiel's visions / Silviu N. Bunta
  • Scriptural exegesis in the Treatise of the Vessels, a legendary account of the hiding of the temple treasures / James R. Davila
  • Cultivating visions through exegetical meditations / Dan Merkur
  • "Serpentine" eve in Syriac Christian literature of late antiquity / Sergey Minov
  • From "pre-emptive exegesis" to "pre-emptive speculation"? Ma'aseh Bereshit in Genesis Rabbah and Pirqei deRabbi Eliezer / Annette Yoshiko Reed
  • Earthly and heavenly Jerusalem in Philo and Paul : a tale of two cities / Mark Verman
  • The Book of Watchers and the cycle of new year festivals / Crispin Fletcher-Louis
  • A different spirituality or 'other' agents? : on the study of magic in Rabbinic literature / Yuval Harari
  • "They revealed secrets to their wives" : the transmission of magical knowledge in 1 Enoch / Rebecca Lesses
  • The impurity of oil and spit among the Qumran sectarians / Jodi Magness
  • "The Likeness of heaven" : the Kavod of Azazel in the Apocalypse of Abraham / Andrei Orlov
  • Mystical motifs in a Greek synagogal prayer? / Pieter W. van der Horst
  • "A chariot of light borne by four bright eagles" : Eve's vision of the chariot in the Greek life of Adam and Eve / Daphna Arbel
  • "Messianic movements in the period of the crusades" / Joseph Dan
  • Jesus revealed : the dynamics of early Christian mysticism / April D. DeConick
  • Aseneth : ascetical practice, vision, and transformation / Celia Deutsch
  • "You are gods" : multiple divine beings in late antique Jewish theology / Naomi Janowitz
  • Transcribing experience / Alan F. Segal.
This collection of essays is a tribute to Rachel Elior's decades of teaching, scholarship and mentoring. If a Festschrift reflects the individuality of the honoree, then this volume offers insights into the scope of Rachel Elior's interests and scholarly achievements in the study of the Dead Sea Scrolls, Jewish apocalypticism, magic, and mysticism from the Second Temple period to the later rabbinic and Hekhalot developments. The majority of articles included in the volume deal with Jewish and Christian apocalyptic and mystical texts constituting the core of experiential dimension of these religious traditions.
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vi, 349 p. ; 25 cm.
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xxiii, 351 p. ; 24 cm.
Scholars largely agree that the NT term 'mysterion' is a terminus technicus, originating from "Daniel". This project traces the word in the Dead Sea Scrolls and other sectors of Judaism. Like "Daniel", the term consistently retains eschatological connotations. The monograph then examines how mystery functions within "1 Corinthians" and seeks to explain why the term is often employed. The apocalyptic term concerns the Messiah reigning in the midst of defeat, eschatological revelations and tongues, charismatic exegesis, and the transformation of believers into the image of the last Adam.
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