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Mark Leuchter

and concurrent with it in others. 11 Nevertheless, significant methodological commonalities between textual products of Israel/Judah and Mesopotamia are evident in the spaces between these differences. 12 To be sure, scribal tradition in Israel and Judah was distinct, and genotypes from eras before

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Alec J. Lucas

.τ.λ.” 25 Besides the example about to be discussed, cf. also Rom 2:3, 5; Tob 4:8–10; Pss. Sol . 9:5; 15:8. 26 For an application of interpretive methodology to Rom 2:5–11, see Lucas 2014. 27 Paul employs Deut 9:1–6 later in Romans. As Wagner (2003, 161–62) observes, the opening words of the personified

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Catherine Sze Wing So

into the historic sequence and rearranging the sequence of the text, O’Connor proposes studying the present form of the book. She criticizes the historical attribution to the confessions, claiming that the rearrangement is too heavily based upon false methodological assumptions, because the evidence is

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Magnar Kartveit

senses and in different contexts, for instance to describe the metaphysics of the Bible. 43 As this study focusses on the word ברית used in the HB / OT , and its possible metaphorical sense, only a few methodological remarks are necessary. Ivor Richards set off a new wave of interest in metaphors in

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Michael E. Pregill

. However, two methodological problems emerge here. First, due to Geiger’s titanic impact on modern scholarship on the Qur’an, the Jewish matrix of early Islam has received much more attention than other aspects of the literary, cultural, and religious horizon that informed its vision. While dialogue with

Part of 4 Science and Technology - 4.1 Scientific Methodologies and Technology 4.1.2.1 Overview4.1.2.2 Papyrus Conservation4.1.2.3 Parchment Manuscript Conservation4.1.2.4 Conservation of Dead Sea Scrolls4.1.2.5 Conservation and Analysis Tools4.1.2.6 Ancient Inks4.1.2.6 Ancient Inks...

Brent Nongbri

Part of 4 Science and Technology - 4.1 Scientific Methodologies and Technology - 4.1.3 Analysis and Reconstruction - 4.1.3.2 Palaeography Palaeography is the study of ancient forms of writing. While the field of Greek palaeography encompasses everything from the earliest examples of recognizably

Franz Fischer

Part of 4 Science and Technology - 4.1 Scientific Methodologies and Technology - 4.1.3 Analysis and Reconstruction Digital technologies and the internet have fundamentally changed the study and analysis of manuscripts. Digital tools and resources in use today contribute to the imaging, preservation

James H. Brusuelas

Part of 4 Science and Technology - 4.1 Scientific Methodologies and Technology - 4.1.3 Analysis and Reconstruction The field of classics and papyrology has long been integrated with the development of imaging and computational technology. For well over the past four decades, the text content alone