Syro-Palestinian archaeology

The Suffering Servant of Isaiah 52:13-53:12 LSQ45:2-3(2004):144-221

The Suffering Servant of Isaiah 52:13-53:12 LSQ45:2-3(2004):144-221

Slavonic & East European Studies 2014 catalogue

Slavonic & East European Studies 2014 catalogue

Slings in the Ancient Near East with Reference to the Egyptian Material

Although the sling has been known to have been used in ancient warfare contexts in the ancient Near East, a survey of this weapon’s composition, ammo and…

Public Spectacles in Roman and Late Antique Palestine

Public Spectacles in Roman and Late Antique Palestine

Hebrews Study Notes.docx

Notes from doctoral seminar on Hebrews.

Davide Nadali, 2014, Defragmenting Memories: The (ab)used Power of Remembering in the Ancient Near East

"Ancient people were conscious of their past and the importance of its legacy in the present and future of societies they were living in. However, how did…

Solomon and Charlemagne. Part Two (b): Architecture of Charlemagne

“… Aachen loses its distinction as a Carolingian building. This means that this period loses its best building, and the most important city of the Frankish…

Avigdor Hurowitz as Cuneo-Biblicist

Avigdor Hurowitz as Cuneo-Biblicist

One Word, Many Readings: Framing Cain's Moral Dilemma

Semantic ambiguity in Gen 4:7 allows for multiple interpretations of the episode. The texts produced by the translators of various ancient Bible versions reflect…

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Mencari toko atau tempat Jual Wallpaper Murah Tangerang yang memfasilitasi garansi selam 1 tahun mungkin tidak akan ada di mana pun se kota tangerang terkecuali…

Prophecy, Ecstasy and Religious Experience from Isaiah to the Dead Sea Scrolls

Prophecy, Ecstasy and Religious Experience from Isaiah to the Dead Sea Scrolls
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