A szívnek van két rekesze (The Heart has Two Chambers / 2012 Koltai), edited volume

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A szívnek van két rekesze <Hungarian> / The Heart has Two Chambers (2012) is an edited volume by Kornélia Koltai.

Abstract

Papers offerred to Professor and Rabbi József Schweitzer, founding president of the Hungarian Society of Hebraists (2002-), learned society by the members of the Society.

Editions and translations

Published in Budapest, Hungary: L'Harmattan and Hungarian Society of Hebraists, 2012; vol. 2 of Studia Hebraica Hungarica (2009- L'Harmattan), book series.

Contents

The volume has four parts: Hebrew Bible -- Postbiblical Jewish Literature -- Jewish LIterature from the Middle Ages -- Jewish History.

The first two parts contain the following papers: Miklós Kőszeghy: Battles in the Valley of Rephaim -- István Karasszon: Usufruct in Ancient Israel -- Zoltán Kustár: Prophanisation as a Tool for Religious Reform (Deut 19:13-19) -- Géza G. Xeravits: The Dispute of YHWH against Israel (Isa 40:12-31). Exegetical Remarks -- Huba Rózsa: The Province of Judah/Jehud in Persian Period -- Attila Marossy: The Anatomy of Separation. The Semantic Development of the Root bdl in the Hebrew Bible -- Kornélia Koltai: The Reconstruction of Colloquialisms in 1Sam 1-10 -- Márta Hack: The Hebrew Mashal -- László Sándor Egeresi: On Some Recent Hebrew Dictionaries -- Ida Fröhlich: Kohanim, Leviim, Maskilim, Rabbim. Priestly Roles in Qumran -- Balázs Tamási: The Jeremiah Apocryphon of Qumran -- Károly Dániel Dobos: The Concept of Time in 1 Henoch -- Levente Lőrik: The History of Interpretation of Job 14:4-5 -- Andrea Sturovics: Interpretations of Psalm 139.

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