A Woman's Place is in the House: Royal Women of Judah and Their Involvement in the House of David

כריכה קדמית
A&C Black, 1 במאי 2003 - 196 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).
 

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Part II
71
THE ROYAL WOMEN OF JUDAH AND THE HOUSE OF DAVID
173
Bibliography
177

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מונחים וביטויים נפוצים

קטעים בולטים

עמוד xiv - Testament Journal for the Study of the Old Testament Journal for the Study of the Old Testament, Supplement Series Journal for the Study of the Pseudepigrapha Loeb Classical Library HG Liddell, Robert Scott and H.
עמוד xiii - Biblical Archaeologist Biblical Archaeology Review Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research Francis Brown.
עמוד 6 - In two senses: first of all because the State, for all the omnipotence of its apparatuses, is far from being able to occupy the whole field of actual power relations, and further because the State can only operate on the basis of other, already existing power relations.

מידע על המחבר (2003)

Elna Solvang is Assistant Professor of Religion at Concordia College, Moorhead.

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