Κυριακή, 4 Δεκεμβρίου 2016

Τα δύο τελευταία τεύχη του JAJ / The two recent issues of JAJ

Journal of Ancient Judaism 7:1 (2016)

  • Jodi Magness, "Were Sacrifices Offered at Qumran? The Animal Bone Deposits Reconsidered," 5-34 (abstract)
  • Gunnel Ekroth, "A view from the Greek side:Interpretations of animal bones as evidence for sacrifice and ritual consumption," 35-50 (abstract)
  • Dennis Mizzi, "The Animal Bone Deposits at Qumran: An Unsolvable Riddle?," 51-70 (abstract)
  • Lawrence H. Schiffman, "Qumran Temple? The Literary Evidence," 71-85 (abstract)
  • Susan Marks, "Reconsidering Reclining at Qumran," 86-101 (abstract)
  • Cecilia Wassén, "The (Im)purity Levels of Communal Meals within the Qumran Movement," 102-122 (abstract)
  • Alison Schofield, "An Altar in the Desert? 
  • A Response to Jodi Magness, 'Were Sacrifices Offered at Qumran?'," 123-135 (abstract)

Journal of Ancient Judaism 7:2 (2016)

  • Andrew Tobolowsky, "Reading Genesis Through Chronicles: The Creation of the Sons of Jacob," 138-168 (abstract)
  • Lawrence Wills, "Jew, Judean, Judaism in the Ancient Period: An Alternative Argument," 169-193 (abstract)
  • Michael Flowers, "The Two Messiahs and Melchizedek in 11QMelchizedek," 194-227 (abstract)
  • Yonatan Adler,  "Between Priestly Cult and Common Culture: The Material Evidence of Ritual Purity Observance in Early Roman Jerusalem Reassessed," 228-248 (abstract)
  • Laura Lieber, "Forever Let it Be Said: Issues of Authorial Multivocality in a Samaritan Hymn," 249-268 (abstract)

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