historiography

Niels Peter Lemche npl at teol.ku.dk
Thu Dec 30 08:50:40 EST 1999


Why the Siloam inscription? And the Hinnom amulets, one 50% of the Blessing
of Aaron. the second 75%, but this is a religious formulaic text that can
have existed for centuries before it was included in the narrative in
Numbers. Who can say? But again, why Siloam, because these few lines are so
far the most comprehensive that has appeared from the territory of the
ancient state of Judah--not to say Israel.

NPL


> -----Original Message-----
> From:	Jonathan D. Safren [SMTP:yonsaf at beitberl.beitberl.ac.il]
> Sent:	Thursday, 30 December, 1999 14:24
> To:	Biblical Hebrew
> Cc:	Biblical Hebrew
> Subject:	Re: historiography
> 
> Add the Siloam Inscription and the Hinnom Amulet with the Priestly
> Blessing to the corpus under discussion.
> The former sounds like Former Prophets. The latter sounds like P.
> Both are First Temple.
> 
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> Jonathan D. Safren
> Dept. of Biblical Studies
> Beit Berl College
> Beit Berl Post Office 44905
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