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Let us go up to Zion : essays in honour of H.G.M. Williamson on the occasion of his sixty-fifth birthday, edited by Iain Provan and Mark J. Boda

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Let us go up to Zion : essays in honour of H.G.M. Williamson on the occasion of his sixty-fifth birthday
Title
Let us go up to Zion
Title remainder
essays in honour of H.G.M. Williamson on the occasion of his sixty-fifth birthday
Statement of responsibility
edited by Iain Provan and Mark J. Boda
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
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Cataloging source
YDXCP
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • portraits
Index
index present
LC call number
  • BS1171.3
  • BS410
LC item number
  • .L47 2012
  • .V452 v.153
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
Supplements to Vetus Testamentum,
Series volume
v. 153
Label
Let us go up to Zion : essays in honour of H.G.M. Williamson on the occasion of his sixty-fifth birthday, edited by Iain Provan and Mark J. Boda
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
  • "Academic achievements of H.G.M. Williamson" (p. [xvii]-xxviii) includes a bibliography of H.G.M. Williamson's works
  • Includes bibliographical references (p. [441]-479) and indexes
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volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • 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
  • The beginnings of "biblical archaeology"
  • 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
  • Graham Davies
  • 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
  • Wolter 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
  • Mission among the Jews, Holy Land and Aramaic studies : the case of Gustaf Dalman
  • 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
  • Thomas Willi
  • 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?
  • Traces of ergativity in biblical Hebrew
  • 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
  • John Barton
  • Nadav Na'aman
  • Isaiah 30:15 [ ... ] and Akkadian šubat nēḫti/šubtu nēḫtu, "quiet abode"
  • Kevin J. Cathcart
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
xxxix, 515 p.
Isbn
9789004215986
Isbn Type
(hardback)
Lccn
2012457037
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Other physical details
ill., port.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)ocn801777561
  • (OCoLC)ocn827130282
Label
Let us go up to Zion : essays in honour of H.G.M. Williamson on the occasion of his sixty-fifth birthday, edited by Iain Provan and Mark J. Boda
Publication
Bibliography note
  • "Academic achievements of H.G.M. Williamson" (p. [xvii]-xxviii) includes a bibliography of H.G.M. Williamson's works
  • Includes bibliographical references (p. [441]-479) and indexes
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • 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
  • The beginnings of "biblical archaeology"
  • 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
  • Graham Davies
  • 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
  • Wolter 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
  • Mission among the Jews, Holy Land and Aramaic studies : the case of Gustaf Dalman
  • 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
  • Thomas Willi
  • 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?
  • Traces of ergativity in biblical Hebrew
  • 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
  • John Barton
  • Nadav Na'aman
  • Isaiah 30:15 [ ... ] and Akkadian šubat nēḫti/šubtu nēḫtu, "quiet abode"
  • Kevin J. Cathcart
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
xxxix, 515 p.
Isbn
9789004215986
Isbn Type
(hardback)
Lccn
2012457037
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Other physical details
ill., port.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)ocn801777561
  • (OCoLC)ocn827130282

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