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Anselm C. Hagedorn is Privatdozent in Hebrew Bible/ Old Testament at the Humboldt-Universitat zu Berlin.
Reinhard G. Kratz is Professor for the Hebrew Bible/ Old Testament at the Georg-August-Universitat Gottingen and a member of the Gottingen Academy of Sciences and Humanities.
Table of Contents
Introduction Anselm C. Hagedorn and Reinhard G. Kratz I 1. The Sound of the Magic Flute in Legal and Religious Registers of the Ramesside Period: Some Common Features of Two 'Ritualistic Languages', Arlette David 2. Law and Religion in Achaemenidian Iran, Josef Wiesehofer 3. Law and Religion in Early Greece, Michael Gagarin 4. Gods, Kings, and Lawgivers, F. S. Naiden 5. Hated by the Gods and your Spouse, Alejandro F. Botta 6. Law and Religion in the Eastern Mediterranean, Andrew D. Gross 7. Fines and Curses: Law and Religion among the Nabataeans and their Neighbours, John F. Healey II 8. Law and Religion in the Hebrew Bible, Bernard S. Jackson 9. The History of the Legal-Religious Hermeneutics of the Book of Deuteronomy from the Assyrian to the Hellenistic Period, Eckart Otto 10. 'The peg in the wall': Cultic Centralization revisited, Reinhard G. Kratz 11. Is It Law or Religion? Legal Motivations in Deuteronomic and Neo-Babylonian Texts, Bruce Wells 12. Job's compositional history one more time: What its law might contribute, Rachel Magdalene 13. 'For the judgment is God's' (Deut. 1: 17): Biblical and communal law in the Dead Sea Scrolls, Aharon Shemesh 14. The Jurist as a Mujtahid - the Hermeneutical Concept of Abu l-Hasan Alial-Mawardi (d. 449/1058), Irene Schneider Index