A Woman's Place is in the House: Royal Women of Judah and their involvement in the House of David
Bloomsbury Publishing, 1 במאי 2003 - 218 עמודים
Archaeological discoveries have increasingly brought to light evidence of women's involvement in the royal houses of the ancient Near East, yet such evidence has not fundamentally altered the perception of monarchy as an exclusively male-gendered theological, political, and social institution. Solvang's study assembles the evidence in search of an integrated view of royal women's position and power in critical functions of monarchy, challenging customary assumptions about women's place in the royal harem. The historical information serves as a backdrop for a literary reading of biblical texts describing the royal house of Judah. Attention is given to three women representing different royal positions: Michal (daughter), Bathsheba (queen mother), and Athaliah (queen and monarch).
מה אומרים אנשים - כתיבת ביקורת
לא מצאנו ביקורות במקומות הרגילים
מהדורות אחרות - הצג הכל
Abigail Abishag activity administrative Adonijah Ahab Ahaziah Ammistamru Amurru ancient Near East ancient Near Eastern appear Arinna Asherah Assyrian Athaliah Bathsheba behavior Ben-Barak biblical narrative biblical text Bin-Nun chapter chief wife concubines court covenant cult cultic Davidic house death Deuteronomistic History Diplomatic Marriage Durand dynastic Egypt Esarhaddon father functions gébirá God’s Hattušili Hebrew heir Helsinki Hittite honor house of Ahab house of David house of Saul house of Yahweh husband Imperial Harem involvement Ishbaal Israel Jehoram Jehosheba Jerusalem Jonathan king king’s kingdom kingship legitimate loyalty male marriage Michal Nabal Naqia Nathan nation palace Parpola Peirce political position Press queen mother reference regnal notices regnal reports reign Rizpah role royal daughters royal house royal household royal women rule ruler Samuel Saul’s servants sexual Sibtu Solomon sons status suggests Suppiluliuma Tawananna temple throne tion Tudhaliya IV Ugarit Uriah wives woman Women at Mari Yahweh Zimri-Lim