Thursday, July 29, 2010

Open Access Publication: The Demotic Dictionary of the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago, Letter P

The Demotic Dictionary of the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago
As part of its ELECTRONIC PUBLICATIONS ON-LINE, the Oriental Institute Publications Office announces an additional letter, P, for the Chicago Demotic Dictionary, edited by Janet H. Johnson. This document is available as an Adobe Acrobat Portable Document Format (PDF) file.

Letters completed to date include:

Completed Letters Download
Prologue Download PDF Terms of Use
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c Download PDF Terms of Use
Y Download PDF Terms of Use
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B Download PDF Terms of Use
P Download PDF Terms of Use
F Download PDF Terms of Use
M Download PDF Terms of Use
N Download PDF Terms of Use
R Download PDF Terms of Use
L Download PDF Terms of Use
H Download PDF Terms of Use
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Q Download PDF Terms of Use
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G Download PDF Terms of Use
TJ Download PDF Terms of Use
DJ Download PDF Terms of Use
Problematic Entries Download PDF Terms of Use
Problematic Entries 2 Download PDF Terms of Use

For a listing of all Oriental Institute publications available online see:  AWOL - The Ancient World Online - 2: The Oriental Institute Electronic Publications Initiative

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Open Access Publications of the National Museum of Romanian History

Muzeul Naţional de Istorie a României


Crişan Muşeţeanu în colaborare cu Dan Elefterescu, Ateliere ceramice romane de la Durostorum,

Teze de doctorat



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Open Access Journal: Annales d’Université „Valahia” Târgoviste. Section d’Archéologie et d’Histoire

Annales d’Université „Valahia” Târgoviste. Section d’Archéologie et d’Histoire
The magazine Annales d’Université „Valahia” Târgovişte. Section d’Archéologie et d’Histoire  has appeared since 1999, representing an opportunity to valorize the research work of the academic staff from the History-Archeology Department, and also a chance to valorize the research work of the young teaching staff who carry out their activity at the Research Centers accredited by CNCSIS – „Preistorie, arheologie interdisciplinară şi conservarea patrimoniului cultural mobil” (Prehistory, Interdisciplinary Archeology and Conservation of the Movable Cultural Patrimony) and Centrul de Cercetare al Istoriei Relaţiilor Internaţionale „Grigore Gafencu” (The “Grigore Gafencu” Center for the Research of the History of the International Relations). For objective (especially financial) reasons, in order to maintain our quality standards, from the moment when the Annals of “Valahia” University began to appear on sections, sometimes we have published the results of two years of researches in a single tome, trying to preserve the continuity of the publication. Beginning with 2008, the magazine will appear with two annual issues. The themes have remained constant throughout the issues that were published so far in the domain of history and archeology, always covering all the historical periods – prehistory and archeology, history and archeology of the Middle Ages, modern and contemporary history. The structure of our magazine maintained its classical form: Articles and studies; Notes and Debates; Reviews. The standards of quality have been ensured by the presence in the Publishing Team and Advisory Board of the most representative personalities in the domain of research for each historical period, from Romania and abroad, in the sense that each contribution was submitted to the appreciation of the members of the magazine’s Publishing Team and Advisory Board by means of specialized reviews. The articles and studies published in the Annales d’Université „Valahia” Târgovişte, Section d’Archéologie et d’Histoire have been published integrally in a language of large international circulation (English, French, German, Italian), having a permanent scientific impact, in the sense that they have often been quoted in the studies of our colleagues from Romania and abroad. At the same time, Annales d’Université Valahia Targoviste, Section d’Archéologie et d’Histoire have been included in several international databases. The magazine is remarkable for its extremely original contributions in the domain of prehistoric archeology, produced by a school that has been acknowledged in its domain and whose results have been appreciated not just nationally but also internationally, given the fact that it has carried out many research programs in collaboration with numerous universities from Europe, like those from Liège, Bordeaux I, Aix-en-Provence, the Musée de l’Homme and the Institute of Human Paleontology from Paris, Erlanger and Köln University from Germany etc. The results of such researches have often been the topic of articles included in the Annales d’Université „Valahia” Targoviste, Section d’Archéologie et d’Histoire. At the same time, in this magazine can be found studies of many of our colleagues from other universities from Romania and abroad. The magazine is present in the libraries of many universities from Europe and the U.S.A., in most of the universities from Romania where there is the specialization History and in the libraries of history museums, and of other institutions with which we have had a permanent exchange, which has led to the improvement of the patrimony of publications of “Valahia” University Târgovişte.

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Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Journal of Hellenic Studies Online (but not open access)

Recent issues of The Journal of Hellenic Studies are now online Art Cambridge University Press.  This seems to be a recent development, at least it is not yet mentioned on the website of The Society for the Promotion of Hellenic Studies.

The Journal of Hellenic Studies (JHS)
EISSN: 2041-4099
The Journal of Hellenic Studies (JHS) is recognised internationally as one of the foremost periodicals in the field of classical scholarship. It contains articles on a wide variety of Hellenic topics including Greek language, literature, history and art and archaeology in the Ancient, Byzantine and Modern periods, as well as reviews of recent books of importance to Greek studies.

A subscription to
JHS includes the annual volume of Archaeological Reports, which provide fully illustrated accounts of archaeological work in Greece and other parts of the world that are sites of Greek culture.
Published Annually
Published for the Society for the Promotion of Hellenic Studies
2009 Volume 129  Nov 2009 
Cambridge Journals Online 2008 (Volume 128)  Nov 2008 
Cambridge Journals Online 2007 (Volume 127)  Nov 2007
Back issues of the Journal of Hellenic Studies (from 1880 to 2005) and Archaeological Reports (from 1953 to 2005) are at JSTOR.

The Society also provides some supplementary materials, such as:
A guide to site indices and Regional reports from Archaeological Reports can be downloaded here.

And see also Archaeology in Greece Online / Chronique des fouilles en ligne

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Monday, July 26, 2010

Open Access Journal: Annali del Dipartimento di Filosofia

Annali del Dipartimento di Filosofia
ISSN (online) 1824-3770
Gli Annali del Dipartimento di Filosofia dell'Università di Firenze riflettono le ricerche scientifiche e le iniziative di studio legate all'attività del Dipartimento. Pubblicati dal 1979 al 1984 con il titolo di Annali dell'Istituto di Filosofia dell'Università di Firenze (Olschki, voll. 1-6), hanno successivamente assunto l'attuale denominazione (Olschki, 1985-1993, voll. 1-9). La nuova serie, iniziata col vol. I del 1995 presso le edizioni LED, è pubblicata dalla Firenze University Press a partire dal vol. VIII del 2002.

La pubblicazione beneficia di un contributo del Dipartimento. Il Direttore della rivista è il Direttore del Dipartimento in carica.
XIV (2008)
XIII (2007)
XII (2006)
XI (2005)
IX-X (2003-2004)
VIII (2002)

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EES Delta Survey

The Egypt Exploration Society DELTA SURVEY
An information centre for the archaeological sites of Lower Egypt
A British Academy Research Project
Information on the archaeological sites of the Delta is presented here in the form web-pages containing an alphabetical listing of sites. Where a substantial amount of information is available, or photographs of the site exist, links are provided to supplementary pages. The site-names in most cases are those of the Survey of Egypt maps. The material is offered as a source of reference and a tool for the planning of new projects.  The letters 'T' and 'K' in the lists stand for 'Tell' and 'Kom' respectively, Arabic words for 'mound', describing the usual appearance of archaeological sites in the region.

View sites in Google EarthTM
Development of the Survey
Sites by SCA register numbers
EES main site



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Saturday, July 24, 2010

The Archimedes Palimpsest Online

The Archimedes Palimpsest
The Archimedes Palimpsest is a medieval parchment manuscript, now consisting of 174 parchment folios. While it contains no less than seven treatises by Archimedes, calling it the Archimedes Palimpsest is a little confusing. As it is now, the manuscript is a Byzantine prayerbook, written in Greek, and technically called a euchologion.
To make this prayer book, scribes used parchment that had already been used for the writings of other books. They used a book containing at least seven treatises by Archimedes, a book with two speeches by Hyperides, fragments of a philosophical text most likely written by Alexander of Aphrodisias, fragments from a Life of St. Pantoleon, fragments from a Menaion, and two unidentified texts.
You can choose to view a specific work (i.e. On Floating Bodies, which is one of the seven works by Archimedes), or you can choose to view a specific folio (i.e. the undertext or overtext.)

Friday, July 23, 2010

Open Access Dissertations at University of Pretoria

University of Pretoria Electronic Theses and Dissertations

Ancient Languages

De Wet, Chris Len The homilies of John Chrysostom on 1 Corinthians 12 : a model of Antiochene exegesis on the charismata Ancient Languages 2008-07-22
Baird, Anna Catharina ‘n Sosiaal-wetenskaplike analise van die boek Ester (Afrikaans) Ancient Languages 2005-02-17
Coombes, Michael James The socio-economic impact of the Pax Romana and Augustus' policy reforms on the Roman provinces Ancient Languages 2008-11-24
Day, Charles R An investigation of the Beatitudes of Matthew : between oral tradition and Greek text Ancient Languages 2005-09-02
De Villiers, Gerda Understanding Gilgamesh: his world and his story Ancient Languages 2005-03-07
De Villiers, Gezina Gertruida Gilgamesh sien die diepte : van skande tot eer Ancient Languages 2006-07-21
Du Toit, Marietjie A study of 1 Peter 3:18- 4:6 : an investigation into the historical background of the doctrine of Christ’s descent into Hades Ancient Languages 2008-08-11
Du Toit, Hendrik Cornelius Benjamin Immanuel : geloof in die vernuwende krag van God - 'n poeties-intertekstuele studie (Afrikaans) Ancient Languages 2006-07-31
Gericke, Jacobus Wilhelm Possible allusions to ancient Near Eastern solar mythology in Qohelet - a comprehensive enquiry Ancient Languages 2005-04-20
Gericke, Jacobus Wilhelm Beyond Sheol : rethinking the conceptual background of the poetic imagery in Psalm 23 and its possible parallels in Canaanite thanatological mythology Ancient Languages 2005-06-17
Geyser, Anna Barbara 4Qinstruction-fragmente en ander wysheidsgeskrifte : 'n ondersoek na intertekstualiteit (Afrikaans) Ancient Languages 2007-01-10
Hasse, Paul 'n Kommentaar op die anonieme gedig 'De Laude Pisonis' (Afrikaans) Ancient Languages 2006-02-27
Howes, Llewellyn ’n Studie van Josua 23 gefokus op sosiale waardes as sleutel tot die verstaan van oorlogsdenke (Afrikaans) Ancient Languages 2005-02-09
Janse van Rensburg, Hanre The attack on Judah in Sennacherib’s Third Campaign : an ideological study of the various texts Ancient Languages 2005-10-04
Liptak, Roman Coming to terms with intertextuality: methodology behind Biblical criticism past and present Ancient Languages 2005-02-17
Manders, Cobus Die Simfonie-orkes in die Psalmbundel. Psalm 150 as grand finalé in die Psalmbundel (Afrikaans) Ancient Languages 2004-03-08
Maritz, Petrus Jacobus The name clusters and use of names in The Persians : their contribution to appreciating the play's historical and dramatological aspects Ancient Languages 2008-01-21
Mondriaan, Marlene Elizabeth 'n Hermeneutiese ondersoek na enkele teologiese interpretasies rondom die vroue van Adam (Afrikaans) Ancient Languages 2005-06-17
Nagel, Peter An investigation of the theologically explicit insertions in the Greek translations of the Hebrew version of Esther Ancient Languages 2007-10-30
Schader, Jo-Mari Psalm 47 - how universal is its universalism? An intra-, inter- and extratextual analysis of the poem Ancient Languages 2010-03-10
Smit, Gerrit Daniel Stephanus Mens en natuur - 'n bronnestudie oor die Bybelse en na-Bybelse perspektiewe (Afrikaans) Ancient Languages 2004-03-10
Smit, Gerrit Daniel Stephanus 'n Analise van die sosiale waardes in die leefwêreld van Klemens van Aleksandrië soos vergestalt in sy Paidagogos (Afrikaans) Ancient Languages 2008-05-19
Steenkamp, Johan Die Goueverhouding in die struktuur van Vergilius se Ecloga-boek (Afrikaans) Ancient Languages 2003-07-24
Swart, Gerhardus Jacobus A historical-critical evaluation of the play Christus patiens, traditionally attributed to Gregory Nazianzus Ancient Languages 2010-06-02
Van Aarde, Andries Gideon Die Kindheidsevangelie van Tomas as ’n heroïese mite van die God-kind Jesus in die konteks van die Ebionitiese vroeë Christendom (Afrikaans) Ancient Languages 2005-09-15
Van Aarde, Andries Gideon Historicization of myth : the metaphor "Jesus - child of God" and its Hellenistic-Semitic and Greco-Roman background Ancient Languages 2007-01-11
Van der Walt, Clarke Phillip A Literary and Socio-historical Comparison between the Prayers of Esther (LXX) and Judith Ancient Languages 2006-12-12
van Eeden, Fay Clare Illness and health care in ancient Israel : the role of the social-cultural context in interpreting 2 Chronicles 26:11-23 Ancient Languages 2010-04-16
Van Straaten, Jacobus Petrus Lodewicus Raakpunte tussen Psalm 82 en die Ugaritiese Kirtuverhaal (Afrikaans) Ancient Languages 2007-06-19
Venter, Louis Eer en skaamte in Chrysostomos se homilieë oor Romeine (Afrikaans) Ancient Languages 2008-05-12

New Testament Studies

Bredenkamp, D S M EGKR´ATEIA in die Pauliniese hoofbriewe (Afrikaans) New Testament 2003-09-30
Mohlaphuli, Tebele William Human Rights from a Biblical perspective New Testament 2005-09-08
Motloba, Mogorosi John A South African post-colonial interpretation of Paul's cross theology in Romans 3:21-31 New Testament 2008-11-05
Kim, Daewon Perseverance in Hebrews New Testament Studies 2009-06-05
Beukes, Cornelius Johannes 'n Postmoderne redekritiek vir kerk en teologie (Afrikaans) New Testament Studies 2007-01-18
Boonzaaier, Jacobus God, skepping en verlossing : 'n eksegetiese verkenning van Kolossense 1:13-20 (Afrikaans) New Testament Studies 2003-03-27
Cataldo, Chet William “A Spiritual Portrait of a Believer” : a comparison between the emphatic “I” of Romans 7, Wesley and the Mystics New Testament Studies 2007-06-22
Chivington, Ryan D An investigation for possible parallels of the Roman imperial cult (Caesar-Nero) in the New Testament book of Hebrews New Testament Studies 2007-11-19
Cromhout, Markus The Reconstruction of Judean Ethnicity in Q New Testament Studies 2006-09-29
Dannhauser, Estelle Henrietta Jesus The Prophet: Maps and Memories New Testament Studies 2006-09-29
De Wet, Burgert Wynand Koinonia as teologiese raamwerk in Paulus se hantering van die probleemkwessies in 1 Kor 5-6 en 8:1-11:1 (Afrikaans) New Testament Studies 2005-11-02
Dreyer, Yolanda Institutionalization of authority and titles used for Jesus New Testament Studies 2007-01-18
Groenewald, Jonanda Baptism, Eucharist, and the earliest Jesus-groups – from the perspective of alternate states of consciousness New Testament Studies 2006-09-29
Hwang, Won-Ha The theological role of "signs" in the Gospel of John New Testament Studies 2004-03-29
Hwang, Won-Ha The presence of the risen Jesus in and among his followers with special reference to the first farewell discourse in John 13:31-14:31 New Testament Studies 2007-06-22
Jin, Soo Keum Doxa and related concepts in the fourth Gospel : an inquiry into the manifestation of Doxa in Jesus' cross New Testament Studies 2007-07-03
Jones, Robert Johannes 'n Kerugmatiese perspektief op bedieninge in die Nuwe Testament (Afrikaans) New Testament Studies 2007-03-29
Joubert, Johann van Dijk A comparative study of the Paraclete statements and references to the Holy Spirit in the Johannine Gospel New Testament Studies 2007-04-19
Khathide, Goodman Agrippa Spirits in the first-century Jewish world, Luke-Acts and in the African context: an analysis New Testament Studies 2005-05-20
Kim, Ju-Won Old Testament quotations within the context of Stephen's speech in Acts New Testament Studies 2007-10-11
Kim, Jae Soon “The Prophet like Moses” motif of Dt 18:15, 18 in John’s Gospel New Testament Studies 2009-06-19
Kok, Jacobus Siekte en gebrokenheid teenoor genesing en restourasie in Johannes (Afrikaans) New Testament Studies 2008-11-07
Kwon, Hyukjung The reception of Psalm 118 in the New Testament : application of a “New Exodus Motif”? New Testament Studies 2007-10-17
Lee, Sug-Ho Unbelief as a theme in Mark’s Gospel New Testament Studies 2006-09-29
Loubser, Gysbert Matthys Hendrik Ethics in the new creation : a celebration of freedom! A perspective from Paul’s Letter to the Galatians New Testament Studies 2006-05-15
Mahlangu, Elijah The family (reality and imagery) as a hermeneutical prodedure for interpreting the Gospels within the socio-cultural context of the ancient Mediterranean world : an African social-descriptive approach New Testament Studies 2006-11-13
Meylahn, Elsie Petronella ‘n Narratief-kritiese benadering as hermeneutiese raamwerk vir ‘n vergelykende studie tussen die boeke Openbaring en The Lord of the Rings (Afrikaans) New Testament Studies 2006-02-28
Moon, Jongyoon Mark as contributive amanuensis of 1 Peter? An inquiry into Mark's involvement in light of first-century letter writing New Testament Studies 2008-11-07
Mulder, Frederik Sewerus The resurrection of Jesus : recent major figures in the debate New Testament Studies 2007-10-31
Mvunabandi, Shadrack The communicative power of blood sacrifices : a predominantly South African perspective with special reference to the Epistle to the Hebrews New Testament Studies 2008-11-05
Ndwandwe, Hummingfield Charles Nkosinathi Reading 1 John in a Zulu context: hermeneutical issues New Testament Studies 2001-10-09
Negrov, Alexander Ivanovich Biblical interpretation in the Russian Orthodox Church : a historical and hermeneutical perspective New Testament Studies 2008-05-30
Nel, Gerhardus Cornelius Johannes Die etiese uitsprake van Jesus : apokalipties-eskatologies of eties-eskatologies begrond? (Afrikaans) New Testament Studies 2005-12-05
Park, Seong-Su Christology as motivation for ethical exhortation in 1 Peter and Philippians New Testament Studies 2007-10-11
Potgieter, Salomon Theodorus Ekklesiologiese perspektiewe volgens die Evangelie van Johannes : 'n eksegeties-teologiese ondersoek (Afrikaans) New Testament Studies 2006-03-23
Potgieter, Jordaan 'n Nuwe Testamentiese studie in hermeneutiek : die homoseksualiteitsdebat in die Nederduitse Gereformeerde Kerk (1986-2004) (Afrikaans) New Testament Studies 2007-04-18
Punch, John David Life and ‘The Scriptures’ in John 5:39-40 New Testament Studies 2007-09-18
Reinstorf, Dieter Heinrich Metaphorical stories in Luke's narrative world : a challenge to a conventional worldview New Testament Studies 2006-11-13
Rousseau, Jacques A multidimensional approach towards the communication of an ancient canonized text: towards determining the thrust, perspective and strategy New Testament Studies 2009-02-12
Rudolph, Stefanus Hermanus There will be no death : exegetical evaluation of the concepts of life and death in the Book of Revelation New Testament Studies 2007-04-19
Rukundwa, Lazare Sebitereko Justice and righteousness in Matthean Theology and its relevance to the Banyamulenge community: a post-colonial reading New Testament Studies 2006-09-29
Schutte, Philippus Jacobus Wilhelmus Jesus - a Kerygma to live by - A postmodern understanding of myth, resurrection and canon New Testament Studies 2005-05-26
Shin, In-Cheol Matthew’s inclusive community : a narratological and social scientific reading New Testament Studies 2005-05-26
Shin, Eun-Chul More than conquerors : the conqueror (NIKΑΏ) motif in the Book of Revelation New Testament Studies 2007-10-11
Steenberg, Pierre Francois The reversal of roles as the reasoning for remaining Christian in the face of hardship in the First Epistle of Peter New Testament Studies 2006-03-23
Steyn, Gert Jacobus Septuagint quotations in the context of the Petrine and Pauline speeches of the Acta Apostolorum New Testament Studies 2009-07-28
Van Wyk, Daniel Johannes Cornelius Die relevansie van historiese Jesus-navorsing vir kerk en teologie : 'n hermeneutiese vraagstelling (Afrikaans) New Testament Studies 2007-01-18
Vermeulen, Jan Jurie Leiers wat dien en bédien. ‘n Eksegetiese ondersoek na leierskap in die Pauliniese briewe (Afrikaans) New Testament Studies 2005-06-03
Volschenk, Gert Jacobus Eksegeties-metodologiese vooronderstellings van die ondersoek na die ekonomie in die leefwêreld van Matteus: toegepas op land, grondbesit en die jubilee (Afrikaans) New Testament Studies 2001-10-05
Weinmann, Clifford Frank God in Romeine 5-8 : 'n eksegeties-teologiese ondersoek na relevante Ou Testamentiese gedeeltes en Romeine 5-8 (Afrikaans) New Testament Studies 2006-03-08
Wong, Corinne Hong Sling The doxa of Christ and his followers in the fourth Gospel : an inquiry into the meaning and background of doxa in John 17:22 New Testament Studies 2008-04-18

Old Testament Studies

Gericke, Jacobus Wilhelm Does Yahweh exist? A philosophical-critical reconstruction of the case against realism in Old Testament Theology Old Testament Science 2004-03-19
Anderson, Joel Edmund Isaiah 7:14 - Identity and function within the bookend structure of proto-Isaiah Old Testament Studies 2009-01-15
Botma, Stevan 2 Kronieke 20:1-30 : die eindpunt van die heilige-oorlog-tradisie in die Ou Testament (Afrikaans) Old Testament Studies 2005-12-05
Claassen, Gustav Fredrich Die kanoniese benadering van B S Childs (Afrikaans) Old Testament Studies 2009-01-29
Cronje, Stephanus Ignatius Jesaja net een boek? : die pendulum swaai terug (Afrikaans) Old Testament Studies 2005-10-24
De Bruyn, Joseph Jacobus Die Christologie van die eerste testament met spesifieke verwysing na die Psalms : ‘n praktiese toespitsing op Psalm 110 (Afrikaans) Old Testament Studies 2008-05-26
De Bruyn, Joseph Jacobus Die Christologie van die Psalter binne die konteks van die koningspsalms? : ‘n praktiese toespitsing op Psalms 45 en 110 (Afrikaans) Old Testament Studies 2009-09-25
De Man, Jan Abraham Gewone mense, stories en Jahweh : 'n teologie van die verhalende literatuur in Genesis 1-11 (Afrikaans) Old Testament Studies 2006-03-20
Dickson, Charles Richard The role and portrayal of the king in the Esther narrative : a narratological-synchronic reading of the Masoretic text of the Esther narrative Old Testament Studies 2006-11-15
Dorey, Pieter Johannes Genesis 2:24 - Locus Classicus vir monogamie? 'n Literêr-historiese ondersoek na perspektiewe op poligamie in die Ou Testament (Afrikaans) Old Testament Studies 2004-03-26
Geyser, Anna Barbara 1 & 2 Kronieke as 'n Magsteks (Afrikaans) Old Testament Studies 2006-05-24
Harris, Johannes Christiaan Frederik 'n Sosio-retoriese ondersoek na bepaalde begrippe in die boek Hosea (Afrikaans) Old Testament Studies 2009-05-26
Hong, Kyu Sik An exegetical reading of the Abraham narrative in Genesis : semantic, textuality and theology Old Testament Studies 2008-05-26
Kang, Shinman Reading the book of Lamentations as a whole : canonical-literary approach to the scripture as divine communicative action Old Testament Studies 2009-06-18
Kim, Jeong Bong "Come out after Saul and after Samuel!" : a case for texual analysis of 1 Samuel 11:1-11 Old Testament Studies 2008-11-06
Kim, Hyung Jun The structure and coherence of Psalms 89-106 Old Testament Studies 2009-08-20
Lindeque, Gert Cornelis Die boek Josua gelees teen 'n na-eksiliese agtergrond (Afrikaans) Old Testament Studies 2005-12-05
Lombaard, Christoffel Johannes Stephanus Isaac in the Old Testament : a new interpretation from Genesis 22, based on hermeneutical-methodological and exegetical investigations Old Testament Studies 2009-09-25
Nel, Marius 'n Teologies-hermeneutiese ondersoek na Daniel 1 en 2 (Afrikaans) Old Testament Studies 2006-03-23
Stanton, Milda Vroue-erfreg in die Ou Testament met die boek Rut as vertrekpunt (Afrikaans) Old Testament Studies 2007-10-10
Stoltz, Gerhardus Petrus Jacobus Die Abrahamvertelling as kontranarratief (Afrikaans) Old Testament Studies 2005-06-07
Usue, Emmanuel Ordue The place of non-Jews/foreigners in the early post-exilic Jewish community in Ezra and Nehemiah Old Testament Studies 2004-02-05
Usue, Emmanuel Ordue Theological perspectives on the concept of ‘Yahweh’s people’ in Ezra and Nehemiah during the early post- exilic period (539-350 BC) Old Testament Studies 2005-11-09
Van Wyk, Wouter Cornelius (jr) Teologie en ideologie in Esra-Nehemia (Afrikaans) Old Testament Studies 2006-11-15
Wessner, Mark Daren Character evaluation in biblical Hebrew narrative : toward a literary and theological understanding of the 'asher-verb formula Old Testament Studies 2010-02-24

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Thursday, July 22, 2010
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The Project is scientific and didactic.
It consists of the following editorial sections within the website
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