יום רביעי, 27 בפברואר 2013

SHNATON XXII: CONTENTS

SHNATON: An Annual for Biblical and Ancient Near Eastern Studies • XXII
Edited by NILI WAZANA

CONTENTS
Nili Wazana Preface
Alan Cooper Professor Matitiahu Tsevat ז"ל
Gabriel Birnbaum Professor Menahem Zvi Kaddari ז"ל
Biblical Studies
Ronnie Goldstein More on the Story about Nahash in 4Qsama, Its Purpose and Diffusion
David Frankel The Image of God in the Book of Job
Sara Japhet The Ritual of Reading Scripture (Nehemiah 8:1–12)

The Bible in Relation to the Ancient Near East
Yoram Cohen Mesopotamian Lexical Lists: Compositions for Reading, Writing, and
Interpreting the Cuneiform Script
Dan’el Kahn The Historical Background of a Topographical List of Ramesses III
Noga Ayali-Darshan The Cedar Forest’s Tradition in the Egyptian Tale of the Two Brothers and
Genesis 2–3
History of Exegesis
Eran Viezel Rashbam on Moses’ Role in Writing the Torah
Miriam Sklarz Contending with the Disparity Between Peshat and Derash:
Nachmanides in the Footsteps of Ibn Ezra
Yechiel Tzeikin Rabbi Yitzchak De Lattes – A Maimonidean Provençal Author and His
Manuscript Torah Commentary
Book Reviews
Jonathan Jacobs [On: Sara Japhet and Eran Viezel (eds.), To Settle the Plain Meaning of the Verse: Studies in Biblical Exegesis, Jerusalem: The Bialik Institute [and] Mandel Institute of Jewish Studies,
Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 2011, 345 pp. (in Hebrew)]
Kathleen Avraham The Settling of Disputes in Babylonian Courts (7th–5th Centuries B.C.E.)
[On: Shalom E. Holtz, Neo-Babylonian Court Procedure (Cuneiform Monographs 38), Leiden:
Brill, 2009, xviii + 335 pp.]
Haggai Misgav From Scribal Culture to the ‘People of the Book’ [On: Aaron Demsky, Literacy in
Ancient Israel (The Biblical Encyclopaedia Library xxviii), Jerusalem: The Bialik Institute,
2012, כג + 489 + xv pp. (in Hebrew)]



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