Welcome to Semitica!

If you want to read the electronic or paper version of Semitica, please visit our publisher’s website.

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.

English contributions are welcome and will be submitted to double-blind peer-review. Please submit .DOC(X) or .RTF files only (together with a PDF output), using Unicode fonts and automatic footnotes. Authors are free to use their preferred manual of style (Chicago, SBL…), but must be consistent throughout their paper. You may use the SemiticaStyle.doc template, which contains styles and guidelines (in PDF format: SemiticaStyle.pdf). If you want to include photographs, do not embed them in your document, but submit them in their original format (TIFF, PSD, PNG, JPEG…), as separate high-definition files; you can then mention in your document where you want a certain image to be placed, together with its caption.

Please do not hesitate to contact me!
Michael Langlois,
Scientific Editor.

Articles récents

Semitica 65

Semitica 65, édité par Michael Langlois sous la direction de Thomas Römer. Leuven, Peeters, 2023. 496 p.

  • Ki-Eun Jang. The Circulation of the Storm-God’s Struggle with the Death-God Motif in Ugarit and Babylonia
  • Bryan Elliff – Robert Coleman. “Fasten the Bolts of Heaven”: A New Interpretation of a Difficult Line of the Deir ‘Alla Plaster Texts (I.6)
  • Jürg Hutzli. Comment les scribes ont-ils modifié le texte biblique ? Particularités matérielles et épigraphiques des documents écrits découverts à Qumrân, Éléphantine et Deir ʻAlla
  • Nadav Naʾaman. The Kingdom of Ishbaʿal: A Re-examination Thirty Years Later
  • Sophie Ramond. Redaction Critical Reconstruction of Psalm 81
  • JiSeong James Kwon. Deterministic Ideas in Ben Sira
  • Jerusalem and Other Chosen Places
  • Aren M. Maeir – Thomas Römer. Jerusalem and Other Chosen Places: A Short Introduction
  • Eran Arie. When was the Sacred Precinct on Mount Gerizim Really Constructed? Why? and by Whom?
  • Lionel Marti. Aššur: an Assyrian City or the Assyrian City
  • Christian Frevel. Is it not Samaria? (Micah 1:5): Reconsidering the Centrality of Jerusalem’s Yahwism in the Iron Age
  • Omer Sergi. The Nimshide Choice of Samaria: An Archaeological View of Monarchic Israel in the Iron IIA-IIB
  • Ann-Kathrin Knittel. Unspectacular and Yet Special: Re-evaluating the Literary References to Shiloh within the Hebrew Bible
  • Jonathan S. Greer. A “Chosen Place” Not Chosen, But Not Rejected: The Temple of Dan in Archaeology and Text
  • Eckart Otto. Jerusalem and Samaria in the Final Chapters of the Pentateuch in Deuteronomy
  • Magnar Kartveit. Is Mount Gerizim YHWH’s Chosen Place?
  • Jeffrey R. Chadwick. Salt Lake City’s Temple Square and the Zion of the Mormon Pioneers
  • Journée d’étude en l’honneur de Thomas Römer
  • Jean-Daniel Macchi – Christophe Nihan. Introduction
  • Konrad Schmid. L’échec de Wellhausen : le lien littéraire entre Genèse et Exode dans la recherche biblique, d’Astruc à Hupfeld
  • Olivier Artus. La spécificité de Nb 26–36 dans la composition du livre des Nombres
  • Ruth Ebach. Yoyaqim, « the bad king », et son fils Yoyachin dans le livre de Jérémie
  • Herbert Niehr. Idéologie royale et religion en Israël à l’époque de Jéroboam II (c. 787-747 av. J.-C.)
  • Israel Finkelstein. The Highlands of El, Shiloh and Merneptah’s Israel
  • Philippe Borgeaud. Moïse en grec… et en chinois
  1. Semitica 64 Commentaires fermés sur Semitica 64
  2. Semitica 63 Commentaires fermés sur Semitica 63
  3. Semitica 62 Commentaires fermés sur Semitica 62
  4. Semitica 61 Commentaires fermés sur Semitica 61
  5. Semitica 60 Commentaires fermés sur Semitica 60
  6. Semitica 59 Commentaires fermés sur Semitica 59
  7. Semitica 58 Commentaires fermés sur Semitica 58
  8. Semitica 57 Commentaires fermés sur Semitica 57
  9. Semitica 56 Commentaires fermés sur Semitica 56