Dienstag, 6. Oktober 2020

Tzi Abusch: Essays über babylonische und biblische Literatur und Religion(en)

Essays on Babylonian and Biblical Literature and Religion

Harvard Semitic Studies, Vol. 65

Autor: Tzvi Abusch
Rose B. and Joseph Cohen Professor of Assyriology and Ancient Near Eastern Religion, Emeritus
Brandeis University (Waltham/Boston, Massachusetts, USA)

Leiden: Brill 2020, XXIV, 379 pp., index
In this volume, I. Tzvi Abusch presents studies written over a span of forty years prior to his retirement from Brandeis University in 2019. They reflect several themes that he has pursued in addition to his work on witchcraft literature and the Epic of Gilgamesh. Part 1 includes general articles on Mesopotamian magic, religion, and mythology, followed by a set of articles on Akkadian prayers, especially šuillas, focusing on exegetical and linguistic (synchronic) studies and on diachronic analyses. Part 2 contains a series of literary studies of Mesopotamian and biblical classics. Part 3 is devoted to comparative studies of terms and phenomena. Part 4 examines legal texts. 

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