The topics include legal analogy in Deuteronomy and fratricide in the field, the Book of Jeremiah as a source for the history of the near east in the time of Nebuchadnezzar, people and places in the earliest translations of neo-Assyrian texts relating to the Old Testament, the social matrix that shaped the Hebrew Bible and generated the Dead Sea Scrolls, the condemned rulers in Targum Isaiah's eschatological banquet, and a ninth-century Irish bog psalter and reading the Psalms as three fifties.
What does HINE stand for?
HINE stands for History of the Near East (University of California, San Diego)
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- Homeopathic Institute of North America (Canada)
- Hrvatska Izvjestajna Novinska Agencija (Croatian National News Agency)
- Health Information Network for Advanced Planning (World Health Organization)
- Health InterNetwork Access to Research Initiative
- Haskell Indian Nations College (Lawrence, KS)
- Hackney and Islington National Childbirth Trust (UK)
- Health Information Network Europe (EU; Brussels, Belgium)
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- Hawaii Natural Heritage Program
- Heinz Infant Nutrition Institute
- Hostelling International Northern Ireland (UK)
- HealthCare Institute of New Jersey
- Hospital-Issued Notice of Noncoverage
Samples in periodicals archive:
Rose's hypothesis introduces a "new and substantial cast of characters" to the human history of the Near East, and suggests that humans may have established permanent settlements in the region thousands of years before current migration models suppose.
Hence, this volume succeeds an earlier one edited by Uehlinger, also published in the OBO series: Images as Media: Sources for the Cultural History of the Near East and Eastern Mediterranean (1st Millennium BCE), OBO 175, 2000.
Hacksilber to coinage: new insights into the monetary history of the Near East and Greece (Numismatic Studies 24)134 pages, 48 figures, 14 tables.
Images as Media: Sources for the Cultural History of the Near East and the Eastern Mediterranean (1st Millennium BCE).
Vegetational, lake-level, and climatic history of the Near East and Southwest Asia, in H.