Semitica 58 is out!

Semitica is published by the Institute of Semitic Studies at the Collège de France. It presents every year new scientific studies. I serve as editor under the direction of Thomas Römer, professor at the Collège de France and director by right of the Institute of Semitic Studies.

Volume 58 is out and available in paper and electronic version at Peeters. Here are its contents

Semitica 58, édité par Michael Langlois sous la direction de Thomas Römer. Leuven, Peeters, 2016. 305 p.

  • Jean-Marie Durand. Un mauvais garde-chiourme
  • Michaël Guichard. Guerre et diplomatie : Lettres d’Iluni roi d’Ešnunna
  • Ndikho Mtshiselwa. Who Possessed the Promised Land? Scribal Scholarship in the Formation of Patriarchal Narrative(s) and the Holiness Code
  • Jaeyoung Jeon. A Source of P? The Priestly Exodus Account and the Book of Ezekiel
  • Esias E. Meyer. The Foreskinned Fruit in Leviticus 19
  • Innocent Himbaza. « Le lieu que YHWH aura choisi ». Une perspective narrative, historique et philologique
  • Matthieu Richelle. Intentional Omissions in the Textual History of the Books of Kings: In Search of Methodological Criteria
  • Till Magnus Steiner. Solomon’s Fall and the Law
  • Nadav Naʾaman. Queen Athaliah as a Literary- Historical Figure
  • Nissim Amzallag. The Serpent as a Symbol of Primeval Yahwism
  • André Lemaire. Notes d’épigraphie sémitique
  • Gaby Abousamra & André Lemaire. Bol magique avec inscription araméenne
  • Ahmad Al-Jallad. New evidence from a Safaitic inscription for a late velar/uvular realization of *ṣ ́ in Aramaic
  • Aharon Geva-Kleinberger. The mystery of the dance: the Semitic etymological derivation of the Maltese root √żfn [=√zfn] and its contribution to history
  • Paul Keyser. A Semitic Etymology for Greek αἷμα
  • Giancarlo Toloni. « Biblica et Semitica » : L’œuvre scientifique de Francesco Vattioni

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