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The Resource With wisdom as a robe : Qumran and other Jewish studies in honour of Ida Fröhlich, edited by Károly Dániel Dobos and Miklós Kőszeghy

With wisdom as a robe : Qumran and other Jewish studies in honour of Ida Fröhlich, edited by Károly Dániel Dobos and Miklós Kőszeghy

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With wisdom as a robe : Qumran and other Jewish studies in honour of Ida Fröhlich
Title
With wisdom as a robe
Title remainder
Qumran and other Jewish studies in honour of Ida Fröhlich
Statement of responsibility
edited by Károly Dániel Dobos and Miklós Kőszeghy
Contributor
Subject
Language
  • eng
  • ger
  • eng
Member of
Cataloging source
YDXCP
Dewey number
296.155
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • portraits
Index
index present
LC call number
BM175.Q6
LC item number
W57 2009
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Dobos, Károly
  • Koszeghy, Miklos
Series statement
Hebrew Bible monographs,
Series volume
21
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Frohlich, Ida
  • Qumran community
  • Judaism
  • Jews
  • Judaism
  • Qumran Site (West Bank)
Label
With wisdom as a robe : Qumran and other Jewish studies in honour of Ida Fröhlich, edited by Károly Dániel Dobos and Miklós Kőszeghy
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Note
Thirty-four essays in English and three in German
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • The sacrifice of Jephthah's daughter and the notion of hērem ([hrm]) (a problematic narrative against its biblical background)
  • Dolores G. Kamrada
  • Heilige texte un Gewalt: Annaherung an das Thema am Beispiel von Ps 137
  • Jutta Hausmann
  • Die Sprache ser Armee von Juda: Eine Spurensuche
  • Miklós Kőszeghy
  • Ezra's elusive presence
  • István Karasszon
  • Babylon remembered: Nebuchadnezzar in the collective memory of ancient Israel
  • Matthias Henze
  • Biblical texts and the past
  • Ritual in the Old Testament apocrypha
  • James R. Davila
  • Subterranean giants and septuagint proverbs: the 'earth-born' of LXX Proverbs
  • Matthew Goff
  • The family of Tobit
  • Devorah Dimant
  • A leaf from a medieval Hebrew Book of Tobit: Jacques Mosseri Genizah Collection at Cambridge University Library, Mosseri I.38 (with a note on the dating of T-S A45.25)
  • Siam Bhayro
  • Putting angels in their place: developments in the second temple angelology
  • Kelley Coblentz Bautch
  • Philip R. Davies
  • The eschatological worship of God by the nations: an inquiry into the early Enoch tradition
  • Loren T. Stuckenbruck
  • The Aramaic Astronomical Book and the Ethiopic Book of Luminaries
  • James C. VanderKam
  • The virgin heifer and a lost Christian version of the animal apocalypse
  • Darrell D. Hannah
  • Hebrew patriarchs in the book of Jubilees: a descriptive analysis as an interpretative methodology
  • Jamal-Dominique Hopkins
  • Rebekah's prayer (Jubilees 25.11-23)
  • John C. Endres
  • Eight critical junctures in ancient Jewish history
  • Qumran witness to the developmental growth of the prophetic books
  • Eugene Ulrich
  • 'Which is written in the words of Isaiah, son of Amoz, the Prophet' (CD 7.10): quotations of and allusions to the book of Isaiah in Qumran literature
  • Armin Lange
  • Ancient Jewish traditions of biblical commentary in Qumran literature
  • Bilhah Nitzan
  • The primacy and the shunning of a priestly Noah in 4QCommentary on Genesis A-D and the Damascus Document at Qumran
  • Dorothy Peters
  • Prophesized history of the Postexilic Period and polemics against priests in 4Q390 from Qumran: Levite authorship behind the fragments?
  • Balázs Tamási -- The Temple Scroll calendar: revisiting the feast of oil in the calendrical documents/mis̆marot
  • Magen Broshi
  • Michael A. Daise
  • The terminology of death at Qumran
  • Nora David
  • Jewish attitudes to afterlife in the age of Jesus
  • Geza Vermes
  • Remarks on the miracles of Elisha in the Lives of the Prophets 22.5-20
  • Géza G. Xeravits
  • Reconstructing past (Jewish) cultures
  • Anders Klostergaard Petersen
  • Weight standards and fineness of silver in Aramaic documents from Elephantine
  • Muss die exklusive Gottesverehrung Gewalttätig sein? Israels steiniger weg zum Monotheismus
  • Péter Vargyas
  • The Old Testament quoted in the New Testament: the interpretation of the Torah in the early Christian tradition
  • György Benyik -- John, Jesus, and Metatron: mediators, knowledge, and the importance of a neglected interpretation
  • Phillip Muñoa
  • An ancient debate on canonicity: Julius Africanus and Origen on Susanna
  • Support for the poor: Leviticus 19 in Qumran and in early rabbinic interpretation
  • Günter Stemberger -- The legal status of slaves in Sasanian and Talmudic Law
  • János Jany -- A Jewish Aramaic amulet from Afghanistan
  • Shaul Shaked
  • 'In they light shall we see the light' (Psalm 36.10): Maimonides on human intellect
  • Rainer Albertz
  • Károly Dániel Dobos
  • Abimelech: two sides of the story (Judges 9)
  • Georg Hentschel
Control code
000399408
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
xviii, 549 pages
Isbn
9781906055578
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations, portrait
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 000399408
  • (OCoLC)317674235
Label
With wisdom as a robe : Qumran and other Jewish studies in honour of Ida Fröhlich, edited by Károly Dániel Dobos and Miklós Kőszeghy
Publication
Copyright
Note
Thirty-four essays in English and three in German
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • The sacrifice of Jephthah's daughter and the notion of hērem ([hrm]) (a problematic narrative against its biblical background)
  • Dolores G. Kamrada
  • Heilige texte un Gewalt: Annaherung an das Thema am Beispiel von Ps 137
  • Jutta Hausmann
  • Die Sprache ser Armee von Juda: Eine Spurensuche
  • Miklós Kőszeghy
  • Ezra's elusive presence
  • István Karasszon
  • Babylon remembered: Nebuchadnezzar in the collective memory of ancient Israel
  • Matthias Henze
  • Biblical texts and the past
  • Ritual in the Old Testament apocrypha
  • James R. Davila
  • Subterranean giants and septuagint proverbs: the 'earth-born' of LXX Proverbs
  • Matthew Goff
  • The family of Tobit
  • Devorah Dimant
  • A leaf from a medieval Hebrew Book of Tobit: Jacques Mosseri Genizah Collection at Cambridge University Library, Mosseri I.38 (with a note on the dating of T-S A45.25)
  • Siam Bhayro
  • Putting angels in their place: developments in the second temple angelology
  • Kelley Coblentz Bautch
  • Philip R. Davies
  • The eschatological worship of God by the nations: an inquiry into the early Enoch tradition
  • Loren T. Stuckenbruck
  • The Aramaic Astronomical Book and the Ethiopic Book of Luminaries
  • James C. VanderKam
  • The virgin heifer and a lost Christian version of the animal apocalypse
  • Darrell D. Hannah
  • Hebrew patriarchs in the book of Jubilees: a descriptive analysis as an interpretative methodology
  • Jamal-Dominique Hopkins
  • Rebekah's prayer (Jubilees 25.11-23)
  • John C. Endres
  • Eight critical junctures in ancient Jewish history
  • Qumran witness to the developmental growth of the prophetic books
  • Eugene Ulrich
  • 'Which is written in the words of Isaiah, son of Amoz, the Prophet' (CD 7.10): quotations of and allusions to the book of Isaiah in Qumran literature
  • Armin Lange
  • Ancient Jewish traditions of biblical commentary in Qumran literature
  • Bilhah Nitzan
  • The primacy and the shunning of a priestly Noah in 4QCommentary on Genesis A-D and the Damascus Document at Qumran
  • Dorothy Peters
  • Prophesized history of the Postexilic Period and polemics against priests in 4Q390 from Qumran: Levite authorship behind the fragments?
  • Balázs Tamási -- The Temple Scroll calendar: revisiting the feast of oil in the calendrical documents/mis̆marot
  • Magen Broshi
  • Michael A. Daise
  • The terminology of death at Qumran
  • Nora David
  • Jewish attitudes to afterlife in the age of Jesus
  • Geza Vermes
  • Remarks on the miracles of Elisha in the Lives of the Prophets 22.5-20
  • Géza G. Xeravits
  • Reconstructing past (Jewish) cultures
  • Anders Klostergaard Petersen
  • Weight standards and fineness of silver in Aramaic documents from Elephantine
  • Muss die exklusive Gottesverehrung Gewalttätig sein? Israels steiniger weg zum Monotheismus
  • Péter Vargyas
  • The Old Testament quoted in the New Testament: the interpretation of the Torah in the early Christian tradition
  • György Benyik -- John, Jesus, and Metatron: mediators, knowledge, and the importance of a neglected interpretation
  • Phillip Muñoa
  • An ancient debate on canonicity: Julius Africanus and Origen on Susanna
  • Support for the poor: Leviticus 19 in Qumran and in early rabbinic interpretation
  • Günter Stemberger -- The legal status of slaves in Sasanian and Talmudic Law
  • János Jany -- A Jewish Aramaic amulet from Afghanistan
  • Shaul Shaked
  • 'In they light shall we see the light' (Psalm 36.10): Maimonides on human intellect
  • Rainer Albertz
  • Károly Dániel Dobos
  • Abimelech: two sides of the story (Judges 9)
  • Georg Hentschel
Control code
000399408
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
xviii, 549 pages
Isbn
9781906055578
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations, portrait
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 000399408
  • (OCoLC)317674235

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