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  • victor avigdor hurowitz
    Here is a new volume which might interest ANE members, Victor Hurowitz BGU Homeland and Exile Biblical and Ancient Near Eastern Studies in Honour of Bustenay
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      Here is a new volume which might interest ANE members,
      Victor Hurowitz
      BGU

      Homeland and Exile
      Biblical and Ancient Near Eastern Studies in Honour of Bustenay
      Oded
      Edited by Gershon Galil, Markham (Mark) Geller and Alan Millard
      December 2009
      ISBN 978 90 04 17889 2
      Hardback
      List price EUR 177.- / US$ 262.-
      Vetus Testamentum, Supplements, 130
      This volume is a scholarly tribute to Bustenay Odeds distinguished career
      from some of the
      many contemporaries, colleagues, and former students who not only admire,
      and keep being
      inspired by his achievements, but who also count him as a friend.
      The title points to the remarkable span of Bustenay Oded s research and
      research interests.
      Accordingly, the Festschrifts thirty original contributions deal with a
      wide range of topics,
      focusing on the Assyrian Empire, as well as on the Hebrew Bible and other
      cultural contents.
      Readership: All those interested in Biblical Studies, the history of the
      Ancient Near East, the
      history of the Assyrian Empire, the History of Ancient Israel, a well as
      Egyptologists
      Gershon Galil, Ph. D. (1983), The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, is
      Professor of Ancient
      History and Biblical Studies at the University of Haifa. He has published
      extensively on Biblical
      and Ancient Near Eastern History including The Lower Stratum Families in
      the Neo-Assyrian Period
      (Brill, 2007).
      Mark Geller, Ph. D. (1974), Brandeis University, is Jewish Chronicle
      Professor in the
      Department of Hebrew and Jewish Studies, UCL. He has published on
      Sumerian, Akkadian,
      and Aramaic magic and medicine, the latest of which is Evil Demons,
      Canonical Utukku Lemnutu
      Incantations (2007).
      Alan Millard, M.A. (1959), University of Oxford, is Emeritus Rankin
      Professor of Hebrew and
      Ancient Semitic Languages at the University of Liverpool. He has published
      extensively on
      Biblical and Ancient Near Eastern Languages and History, including The
      Eponyms of the Assyrian
      Empire 910-612 BC (1994).
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