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Title History, memory, Hebrew scriptures : a festschrift for Ehud Ben Zvi / edited by Ian Douglas Wilson and Diana V. Edelman.
Imprint Winona Lake, Indiana : Eisenbrauns, 2015.

Subject Bible. Old Testament -- Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Ben Zvi, Ehud, 1951- honouree.
Alt Name Wilson, Ian Douglas, 1981-
Gersoni-Edelman, Diane, 1947-
Description 1 online resource
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Shechem in Deuteronomy: a seemingly hidden polemic / Yairah Amit -- Menachem's massacre of Tiphsah: at the crossroads of grammar and memory (2 Kings 15:16) / Bob Becking -- Male royals and their ethnically foreign mothers: the implications for textual politics / Athalya brenner-Idan -- Images of tranquility in the Book of Judges / Susanne Gillmayer-Bucher -- When the foreign monarch speaks about the Israelite tabernacle / Gary N. Knoppers -- Putting the neighbors in the place: memory and mindscape in Deuteronomy 2:10-12. 20-23 / William morrow -- Righteous kings, evil kings, and Israel's non-monarchic identity: different voices on the failure of Israelite kingship in the Book of Kings / Reinhard Muller -- A request for blessing and prosperity in an inscription from Samaria / Nadav Na'aman -- Solomon's administrative districts: a scholarly illusion / Richard D. Nelson -- Conceptions of the past and sociocultural grounding in the Books of Samuel / Frank H. Polak -- "In the house of Judah, my father's house": The character of Joab in the Book of Chronicles / Kenneth A. Ristau -- Chronicles and Utopia: likely bedfellows? / Ian Douglas Wilson -- When God's voice breaks through: shifts in revelatory rhetoric in Zechariah 1-8 / Mark J. Boda -- The chronological limits of reshaping social memory in the presence of written sources: the case of Ezekiel in late Persian and early Hellenistic Yehud / Philippe Guillaume -- Who's speaking? On whose behalf? The Book of Haggai from the perspective of identity formation in the Persian Period / Louis Jonker -- Mind the gap: reading Isa 39:8-Isa 40:1 within early Second Temple Judah / Sonya K. Kostamo -- The nasi and the future of royalty in Ezekiel / Christiohe Nihan -- These seventy years: intertextual observations and postulations on Jeremiah and the Twelve / James Nogalski -- The metaprophetic God of Jonah / Carey Walsh -- Some sort of "chronistic" additions to the Torah? New perspectives in the formation of Exod 19-20 / Rainer Albertz -- Sites of memory and the presence of the past in Ehud Ben Zvi's "social memory" / Kare Berge -- The Jerusalem literary circle / Philip R. Davies -- The metaphor of Torah as a life-giving well in the Book of Deuteronomy / Diana V. Edelman -- The ritual of reading andt he dissemination of prophetic and other authoritative texts in Second Temple Judaism / Michael H. Floyd -- History and the nature of cultural memory: The Alamo and the "Masada complex" / Lester L. Grabbe -- Between the words I write / Francis Landy -- Hybrids, purification, and multidirectional memory in Exra-Nehemiah / Tim Langille -- Is DEhud also among the prophets? Prophecy in the Book of Judges / Christoph Levin -- Mythoprophetics: some thoughts / James R. Linville -- More geminate ballast and clustering in biblical Hebrew / Scott B. Noegel -- Blurred boundaries in the Lot story / P.J. Sabo.
Note Print version record and CIP data provided by publisher.
English.
ISBN 9781575063928 (pdf)
1575063921 (pdf)
1575063913
9781575063911
9781575063911 (hardback ; alk. paper)
OCLC # 911180279
Additional Format Print version: History, memory, Hebrew scriptures. Winona Lake, Indiana : Eisenbrauns, 2015 9781575063911 (DLC) 2015023079



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