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Historiography and identity (re)formulation in Second Temple historiographical literature / edited by Louis Jonker. [print]

Contributor(s): Material type: TextTextSeries: T & T Clark library of biblical studies | Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament studies ; 534.Publication details: New York : T and T Clark, [(c)2010.Description: xv, 174 pages ; 25 cmContent type:
  • text
Media type:
  • unmediated
Carrier type:
  • volume
ISBN:
  • 9780567410627
  • 0567410625
Subject(s): LOC classification:
  • BS1205.6.H578 2010
  • BS1205.6.H5.J79.H578 2010
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Contents:
Identities and empire : historiographic questions for the deuteronomistic history in the Persian period Jon L. Berquist The book of Judges as a late construct Klaas Spronk National identity as commentary and as metacommentary Mark G. Brett Coming to terms with Ezra's many identities in Ezra-Nehemiah Mark Leuchter David's officials according to the Chronicler (1 Chr. 23-27) : a reflection of Second Temple self-categorization? / Louis C. Jonker Otherness and historiography in Chronicles Christine Mitchell Identity (re)formation as the historical circumstances required Raymond F. Person, Jr. ; Persian period studies have come of age Armin Siedlecki Identity, power, and the world of ancient (biblical) text production Gerrie Snyman Continuing these conversations Jacob L. Wright.
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Identities and empire : historiographic questions for the deuteronomistic history in the Persian period Jon L. Berquist The book of Judges as a late construct Klaas Spronk National identity as commentary and as metacommentary Mark G. Brett Coming to terms with Ezra's many identities in Ezra-Nehemiah Mark Leuchter David's officials according to the Chronicler (1 Chr. 23-27) : a reflection of Second Temple self-categorization? / Louis C. Jonker Otherness and historiography in Chronicles Christine Mitchell Identity (re)formation as the historical circumstances required Raymond F. Person, Jr. ; Persian period studies have come of age Armin Siedlecki Identity, power, and the world of ancient (biblical) text production Gerrie Snyman Continuing these conversations Jacob L. Wright.

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