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Semitica was founded in 1948 by the Institute of Semitic Studies, now at the College of France. Semitica covers all branches of Semitic studies: linguistics, philology, history, archaeology, epigraphy, and all areas of the Semitic world, ancient and modern, as well as related fields.

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Articles récents

Semitica 62

Semitica 62, édité par Michael Langlois sous la direction de Thomas Römer. Leuven, Peeters, 2020. 412 p.

  • Michaël Guichard. De Larsa à Mari (II) : nouvelles incantations paléo-babyloniennes. p. 5
  • Valérie Matoïan & Juan-Pablo Vita. Proportional Weights of Metals in Ugarit. p. 21
  • Shira Faigenbaum-Golovin, Israel Finkelstein, Eythan Levy, Nadav Naʾaman and Eli Piasetzky. Arad Ostracon 24 Side A. p. 43
  • Tallay Ornan & Oded Lipschits. The Lion Stamp Impressions from Judah: Typology, Distribution, Iconography, and Historical Implications. A Preliminary Report. p. 69
  • Matthieu Richelle. Did Solomon “Overlay the Whole Temple with Gold”? A New Look at 1 Kings 6:20-22. p. 93
  • Cat Quine. Athaliah and the Theopolitics of Royal Assassination. p. 111
  • Reuben E. Duniya. The Use of נחל in Deuteronomy 32:8: G. R. Driver and the Dictionary of Classical Hebrew. p. 129
  • Marc Mendoza. Achaemenid Deportations: Greek Perceptions, Persian Realities. p. 137
  • Marie-Jeanne Roche. Inscriptions en champlevé de Taymā’. p. 163
  • François Bron. Inscriptions néopuniques de Guelma et de Aïn Nechma au Musée du Louvre. p. 207
  • François Bron. Une troisième stèle funéraire d’un roi de Maʿīn. p. 225

La Bible hébraïque et les manuscrits de la mer Morte. Études en l’honneur de George Brooke (éditées par Christophe Nihan et Julia Rhyder)

  • Christophe Nihan. Introduction. p. 231
  • George J. Brooke. The Dead Sea Scrolls and Comparisons. p. 243
  • Philip R. Davies. A Tale of Two Collections. p. 267
  • Charlotte Hempel. Why We Should be Looking for Ezra’s Legacy in the Dead Sea Scrolls. p. 283
  • Julia Rhyder. The Prohibition of Local Butchery in Leviticus 17:3-4: The Evidence from the Dead Sea Scrolls. p. 307
  • Thomas Römer. La fonction de l’arche dans les textes de Qumrân et les spéculations sur son destin dans des textes juifs et chrétiens. p. 329
  • Dwight D. Swanson. Insights from Qumran for the Exegesis of Scripture in the Gospel of Matthew. p. 341
  • Peter Oakes. George Brooke’s The Dead Sea Scrolls and the New Testament: Reflections and Principles for Future Study. p. 367
  • Luc Bulundwe & Simon Butticaz. La critique paulinienne des « œuvres » au regard de 4QMMT et des Pastorales. p. 383
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