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Israel in Exile

The History and Literature of the Sixth Century B.C.E.

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Rainer Albertz

The period of the Babylonian Exile (597/587–520 B.C.E.) is one of the most enthralling eras of biblical history. During this time, Israel went through what was probably its deepest crisis; at the same time, however, the cornerstone was laid for its most profound renewal. The crisis provoked the creation of a wealth of literary works (laments, prophetic books, historical works, etc.) whose development is analyzed in detail by the methods of social history, composition criticism, and redaction criticism. The history of this era is hard to grasp, since the Bible has almost nothing to say of the exilic period. The author nevertheless attempts to illuminate the historical and social changes that affected the various Judean groups, drawing heavily on extrabiblical and archaeological evidence. His study also includes the treatment of the exile in later biblical material (Daniel, Tobit, Judith, apocalyptic literature). Thirty-five years after Peter Ackroyd’s classic Exile and Restoration, this book summarizes extensively the results of recent scholarship on this period and builds on them with a number of its own hypotheses.

Paperback edition is available from the Society of Biblical Literature (www.sbl-site.org)

Paolo Sartori

by the colonial lawmakers and jurists, describing a case in which locals were able to maneuver government officials into using procedures from various legal traditions and thus produce a legal hybrid. 9 It is significant that, in deciding to hear cases brought by Muslims, Russian bureaucrats

Paolo Sartori and Bakhtiyar Babajanov

, Islamism, and Violent Conflict in Post-Soviet Space. London : Lexington Books . Frank , Allen J. 2012 . Bukhara and the Muslims of Russia: Sufism, Education, and the Paradox of Islamic Prestige. Leiden and Boston : Brill . Gould , Rebecca . 2015 . Ijtihād against Madhhab: Legal Hybridity

Julia Asher-Greve

seals the gender of the divine (mostly pro fi le) fi gures cannot be recognized. The so-called boat god scenes, which rep- resent the largest group of cylinder seals, are more common in central Mesopotamia and the Diyala region. This deity is also depicted as a non-gendered hybrid and with- out any gender

James Pickett and Paolo Sartori

the larger Islamic world). 66 Meanwhile, Natalia Królikowska-Jedlińska has shown that multiple bureaucratic traditions could coexist at the same time by revealing the dominant Crimean chancery paradigm as an Ottoman-Golden Horde hybrid. 67 The existence of these overlapping, interwoven cultures of

Potts

.C. and evidence for the presence of Bactrian camels in areas out- side of its natural habitat is discussed in light of the advantages of hybridization. Cet article examine les preuves de l’hybridation des chameaux, plus particulièrement le croisement des mâles de Bactriane avec des femelles arabes ou

David Washbrook

market sys- tems of exchange subsisted side-by-side, creating a “hybrid” institutional environment. In the context of South India between sixteenth and eighteenth centuries, this paper seeks to explore a range of issues arising from such “hybridity” and, especially, how market and non- market factors

Brett Maiden

1 Introduction The demons Pazuzu and Lamaštu are among the most fantastic and frightening creatures from ancient Mesopotamia. From a conceptual point of view, they are also among the most complex. As hybrid creatures, the appearance of each figure combines an impressive array of

Filipa Lowndes Vicente

photograph was the result of a series of negotiations concerning who would and who would not be photographed. Negotiating Identities: Who Should Be Photographed and Why? If the image, its caption, and the accompanying text in the L’illustrazione Italiana suggest to us hybridism and ethnic

Svetlana Jacquesson

interactions between the two officially recognised judicial systems—the imperial and the customary—which resulted in a hybrid adjudication of murders. I then discuss in detail some cases of odd murders and interpret their relation to the newly introduced hybrid adjudication system. In the second section I