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Congress volume Aberdeen 2019 / edited by Grant Macaskill, Christl M. Maier, Joachim Schaper.
International Organization for the Study of the Old Testament. Congress (23rd : 2019 : Aberdeen, Scotland)
Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 
xviii, 502 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Bible Old Testament
Criticism, interpretation, etc
Maier, Christl M., 1962-
Library of Congress genre(s)
Conference papers and proceedings
Supplements to Vetus Testamentum ; v. 192.
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Supplements to Vetus testamentum, 0083-5889 ; volume 192
"This volume presents the main lectures of the 23rd Congress of the International Organization for the Study of the Old Testament (IOSOT) held in Aberdeen, United Kingdom, in August 2019. Twenty internationally distinguished scholars present their current research on the Hebrew Bible, including the literary history of the Hebrew text, its Greek translation, and the history of interpretation. Some focus on the semantic and syntactic features of the biblical text and its impact on cultural memory while others deal with textual witnesses in the Dead Sea scrolls, Ethiopic sources, and Arabic translations. The volume gives readers a representative view of recent research on the Hebrew Bible"-- Provided by publisher.
"The 23rd Congress of the International Organization for the Study of the Old Testament (IOSOT) was held in Aberdeen, United Kingdom, from 4 to 9 August 2019, under the presidency of Professor Joachim Schaper. Professor Grant Macaskill was the Congress Secretary. It was the second time an IOSOT congress took place in Scotland (and the fourth time in the United Kingdom), and it was held in conjunction with the congresses of the International Organization for Septuagint and Cognate Studies (IOSCS), the International Organization for Masoretic Studies (IOMS), the International Organization for Qumran Studies (IOQS), and the International Syriac Language Project (ISLP)."
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Essays in English, French, or German.
1. The weight of justice: Counting, weighing, and measuring in Ancient Israel's social and intellectual worlds / Joachim Schaper
2. The Seventh Day in Genesis 2:2-3 and the change from Kingship to Sabbath / Matthijs de Jong
3. Reciprocity, rejection, and rhetoric: New perspectives on the prophets and the cult / Göran Eidevall
4. Le texte du Lévitique. Regard d'un éditeur de la Biblia Hebraica Quinta / Innocent Himbaza
5. Twoards a "cognitive philology": Reading Hos 11:3-4 with the shades / Jeremy M. Hutton
6. The messianic controversy / Israel Knohl
7. Wahre Stadt und heiliger Berg bei Jesaja und Sacharja / Corinna Körting
8. Contextual readings of the Song of Songs in the pre-modern period / Timothy H. Lim
9. Between pietism and totemism: The Old Testament in the letters of William Robertson Smith / Bernhard Maier
10. ±Dioikeî tà pánta?, St 8,1 et son contexte philosophique / Luca Mazzinghi
11. The origins of Deuteronomic "law" / Sara Milstein
12. The voice from the fire / R. W. L. Moberly
13. Textual unities and poetic processes in Ancient Judaism / Hindy Najman
14. Arabic Bible versions in the High Middle Ages and their relevance to Biblical studies / Meira Polliack
15. Contestations et conflits d'idéologies dans le Psautier / Sophie Ramond
16. Solomon from archival sources to collective memory / William M. Schniedewind
17. Der historische Ort der Sozialgessetze des Deuteronomiums / Hans Ulrich Steymans
18. The significance of Ethiopic witnesses for the text tradition of 1 Enoch: Problems and prospects / Loren T. Stuckenbruck and Ted M. Erho
19. Biblical symmetry and its modern detractors / Andrew Teeter
20. Creation out of conflict? The Chaoskampf motif in the Old Testament: Cosmic dualism or creatio ex nihilo / David Toshio Tsumura.
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