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Pritchard, Ancient Near Eastern Texts Relating to the Old Testament (Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1969) p.
3), where the author lists the type of ancient Near Eastern texts (1.
This is a very handy companion to Ancient Near Eastern Texts Relating to the Old Testament and the three-volume The Context of Scripture, the two great modern collections of texts recovered through archaeology.
Chapter 7 looks at several ancient Near Eastern texts that deal with cases of individuals killed in foreign territories.
Smith's goals in this book are threefold: first, to elaborate upon Jan Assmann's treatment of translatability of divinity in the ancient Near Eastern and Greco-Roman worlds; second, to challenge and overturn Assmann's idea that the biblical tradition completely lacks any notion of translatability of divinity (Assmann's "Mosiac Distinction")--a lynch pin, according to Smith, in Assmann's theory that Mosaic monotheism, in contrast to polytheism, is inherently intolerant and prone to violence; and third, to enrich our understanding of ancient authors' notions of deity as presented in the Hebrew Bible and other ancient Near Eastern texts.
Rather, the application of Ancient Near Eastern texts in a comparative spirit by the modern scholar yields a slew of etiological tales, local concerns (geographic, philological, political), and an ancient sense of often not-very-morally-elevating insider texts, produced, as Spinoza insisted, for one people, in one place and one time.
Walton, Ancient Israelite Literature in Its Cultural Context--A Survey of Parallels between Biblical and Ancient Near Eastern Texts (Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 1989) pp.
In the same way, the biblical legal corpora came into being through critical Fortschreibung of their predecessors and of other ancient Near Eastern texts (see, e.