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📒Neo Babylonian Trial Records ✍ Shalom E. Holtz
✏Neo Babylonian Trial Records Book Summary : New translations of fifty transliterated texts for research and classroom use This collection of sixth-century B.C.E. Mesopotamian texts provides a close-up, often dramatic, view of ancient courtroom encounters shedding light on Neo-Babylonian legal culture and daily life. In addition to the legal texts, Holtz provides an introduction to Neo-Babylonian social history, archival records, and legal materials. This is an essential resource for scholars interested in the history of law. Features Fifty new English translations Transliterations for use in advanced Akkadian courses Background essays perfect for courses dealing with ancient Near Eastern history and law Explanatory essays preceding each text and its translation
📒Babylonian Topographical Texts ✍ A. R. George
✏Babylonian Topographical Texts Book Summary : Babylonian Topographical Texts collects for the first time all Babylonian and Assyrian texts of the first millennium B.C. that belong to what is designated the topographical genre. Much of the material is not previously published. The book is largely concerned with Babylon. Seventeen texts on this city now allow its topography to be properly understood for the first time. Another seventeen texts concern the cities of Nippur, Assur, Kish and Uruk. Also included are thirty miscellaneous texts, mostly new, which bear upon topographical matters. The text editions and translations are supplemented by a philological and topical commentary. The work is concluded with full indices, and 57 plates of cuneiform copies.
📒Babylonian Wisdom Literature ✍ Wilfred G. Lambert
✏Babylonian Wisdom Literature Book Summary : In Babylonian studies 'Wisdom' is used to cover a group of texts similar in scope to the Biblical Wisdom books: discussions on the problem of suffering, teaching on the good life, fables or contest literature, and proverbs.
📒Daniel Teacher S Manual Pdf ✍ Dr. Brian J. Bailey
✏Daniel Teacher s Manual PDF Book Summary : Dr. Bailey’s commentary on the Book of Daniel offers an insightful analysis of this precious book, showing us what will happen to a people, a nation, or an individual who honors the Lord. All who choose wisdom, purity of heart, and righteousness shall prosper and be eventually honored by the Lord. Through the pages of this book you will experience the excitement of discovery as Dr. Bailey clearly unfolds the hidden mysteries of the present and future events in Europe and the Middle East. As he walks us progressively through the book of Daniel, he skillfully provides valuable keys that unlock the treasury of truths contained therein.
📒Who Were The Babylonians ✍ Bill T. Arnold
✏Who Were the Babylonians Book Summary : Who was Hammurapi, and what role did his famous "law code" serve in ancient Babylonian society? Who was the mysterious Merodach-baladan, and why did the appearance of his emissaries in Jerusalem so upset Isaiah? Who was Nebuchadnezzar II, and why did he tear down the Solomonic temple and drag the people of God into exile? In short, who were the Babylonians? This engaging and informative introduction to the best of current scholarship on the Babylonians and their role in biblical history answers these and other significant questions. The Babylonians were important not only because of their many historical contacts with ancient Israel but because they and their predecessors, the Sumerians, established the philosophical and social infrastructure for most of Western Asia for nearly two millennia. Beginning and advanced students as well as biblical scholars and interested nonspecialists will read this introduction to the history and culture of the Babylonians with interest and profit. - Publisher.
📒The Second Coming Teacher S Manual Pdf ✍ Dr. Brian J. Bailey
✏The Second Coming Teacher s Manual PDF Book Summary : The Second Coming of Christ is one of the foremost topics of our day. This anointed study by Dr. Bailey will help to protect us from being deceived and misled by other false doctrines, and will help the Church to be ready for the Second Coming. Some of the topics that will be covered are: A great worldwide spiritual awakening The rise of the ten kings in the restored Roman Empire The appearance of the two great witnesses The appearance of the Antichrist The Great Tribulation The Battle of Armageddon The final siege of Jerusalem The Second Coming of Christ
📒Assyrian And Babylonian Chronicles ✍ Albert Kirk Grayson
✏Assyrian and Babylonian Chronicles Book Summary : Originally published: Locust Valley, N.Y.: J. J. Augustin, 1975.
📒The Babylonian Gilgamesh Epic ✍ A. R. George
✏The Babylonian Gilgamesh Epic Book Summary :
📒Know Your Bible Old Testament Teacher S Manual Pdf ✍ Dr. Brian J. Bailey
✏Know Your Bible Old Testament Teacher s Manual PDF Book Summary : This teacher manual is based on the book, Know Your Bible, which shows that as believers, it is vital that we are well-grounded in the truth of God’s Word in order to stand strong in the coming days. Having a comprehensive overview of the Bible is a must, and it will become a reality through reading this anointed book. In this survey of the 39 books of the Old Testament Dr. Bailey focuses on key concepts in each of the studies, and has interspersed many wonderful insights from his vast experience. Through this well-written survey, you will easily grasp the salient truths that flow through the pages of God’s Book and gain a greater desire to study His Word.
📒Writing Law And Kingship In Old Babylonian Mesopotamia ✍ Dominique Charpin
✏Writing Law and Kingship in Old Babylonian Mesopotamia Book Summary : Ancient Mesopotamia, the fertile crescent between the Tigris and Euphrates rivers in what is now western Iraq and eastern Syria, is considered to be the cradle of civilization—home of the Babylonian and Assyrian empires, as well as the great Code of Hammurabi. The Code was only part of a rich juridical culture from 2200–1600 BCE that saw the invention of writing and the development of its relationship to law, among other remarkable firsts. Though ancient history offers inexhaustible riches, Dominique Charpin focuses here on the legal systems of Old Babylonian Mesopotamia and offers considerable insight into how writing and the law evolved together to forge the principles of authority, precedent, and documentation that dominate us to this day. As legal codes throughout the region evolved through advances in cuneiform writing, kings and governments were able to stabilize their control over distant realms and impose a common language—which gave rise to complex social systems overseen by magistrates, judges, and scribes that eventually became the vast empires of history books. Sure to attract any reader with an interest in the ancient Near East, as well as rhetoric, legal history, and classical studies, this book is an innovative account of the intertwined histories of law and language.