International voices in biblical studies ; number 4.
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An overview of female labor in the Hebrew Bible The challenge of studying working women Standing on the shoulders of our predecessors Society's conditions affecting women's lives in ancient Israel Female slaves and dependents, literal and ideological, in Israel Hide and seek: miscellaneous women Female workers related to the royal household Prostitutes or "sex workers" Reassessing the social location of female in DtrH.
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Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
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Print version: Garcia Bachmann, Mercedes L. Women at work in the Deuteronomistic history. Atlanta : Society of Biblical Literature,  xiv, 413 pages ; 24 cm. International voices in biblical studies : Society of Biblical Literature ; number 4