Supplements to Vetus Testamentum. 0083-5889 ; v. 153.
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The beginnings of "biblical archaeology" /Graham Davies Mission among the Jews, Holy Land and Aramaic studies : the case of Gustaf Dalman /Thomas Willi Traces of ergativity in biblical Hebrew /John Barton Isaiah 30:15 [ ... ] and Akkadian šubat nēḫti/šubtu nēḫtu, "quiet abode" /Kevin J. Cathcart Who "began to call on the name of the Lord" in Genesis 4:26b? : the MT and the versions /Robert P. Gordon The Septuagint of Isaiah and priesthood /Arie van der Kooij Proverbs 30:32 and the root [nvl] /A.A. Macintosh The role of Aquila, Symmachus and Theodotion in modern commentaries on the Hebrew Bible /Alison Salvesen The many voices of Isaiah 40 /David J.A. Clines Tyre and the Mediterranean in the book of Isaiah /Anselm C. Hagedorn The one who brings justice : conceptualizing the role of "The Servant" in Isaiah 42:1-4 and Matthew 12:15-21 /Elizabeth R. Hayes Who or what is Israel in Trito-Isaiah? /Gary N. Knoppers The two houses of Israel /Reinhard G. Kratz "I am like a luxuriant juniper" : language about God in Hosea /J.G. McConville From woe to weal : completing a pattern in the Bible and the ancient Near East /Alan Millard On triplets in a trio of prophets /David J. Reimer Zechariah and the ambiguity of kingship in postexilic Israel /Walter H. Rose The coming of the Lord : an inter-textual reading of Isa 40:1-11, 52:7-10, 59:15b-20, 62:10-11 and 63:1-6 /Lena-Sofia Tiemeyer Flashforward : future glimpses in the past of Ezra 1-6 /Mark J. Boda Nehemiah, the best king Judah never had /Iain Duguid 2 Chronicles 32:30 and the water systems of pre-exilic Jerusalem /Judith M. Hadley Pain in childbirth? : further thoughts on "an attractive fragment"(1 Chronicles 4:9-10) /Iain Provan Was David a Judahite or an Ephraimite? : light from the genealogies /Sara Japhet The two Ahabs of the South, Joash and Josiah /John Jarick The citation and interpretation of the law in Chronicles : the Chronicler's distribution of exegetical devices in the narratives of Solomon and Hezekiah /Kevin L. Spawn Genesis 1 as holiness preamble /Bill T. Arnold Who destroyed Ashkelon? : on some problems in relating text to archaeology /Hans M. Barstad Where was Tarshish? /John Day The sotah : why is this case different from all other cases? /Richard Elliott Friedman Entering and leaving the Psalter : Psalms 1 and 150 and the two polarities of faith /Susan Gillingham A reference to the covenant code in 2 Kings 17:24-41? /André Lemaire Ships and other seafaring vessels in the Old Testament /Jill Middlemas Who are the bad guys in the Psalms? /Patrick D. Miller David's stronghold and Samson's Rock of Etam /Nadav Na'aman.
Bibliography, etc. Note
"Academic achievements of H.G.M. Williamson" (page [xvii]-xxviii) includes a bibliography of H.G.M. Williamson's works. Includes bibliographical references (pages -479) and indexes.