Family and Household Religion in Ancient Israel and the Levant

Intro -- Contents -- List of Figures -- Preface -- Abbreviations General -- Reference Works -- Chapter 1 Introduction -- 1.1. History of research -- 1.2. Interdisciplinary approach and temporal limitations of the subject -- 1.3. The structure of the present book -- Chapter 2 Methodological Reflectio...

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Main Author: Albertz, Rainer 1943-
Contributors: Schmitt, Rüdiger (Other)
Format: Electronic Book
Language:English
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Published: Winona Lake Eisenbrauns 2014
In:Year: 2014
Reviews:Family and Household Religion in Ancient Israel and the Levant (2013) (Kessler, Rainer, 1944 -)
Further subjects:B Families ; Biblical teaching
B Bible ; O.T ; Antiquities
B Jewish families ; Conduct of life ; History ; To 70 A.D
B Families ; Palestine ; History ; To 70 A.D
B Jews ; Social life and customs ; To 70 A.D
B Electronic books
B Palestine ; Social life and customs ; To 70 A.D
B Families ; Religious aspects ; Judaism ; To 70 A.D
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Summary:Intro -- Contents -- List of Figures -- Preface -- Abbreviations General -- Reference Works -- Chapter 1 Introduction -- 1.1. History of research -- 1.2. Interdisciplinary approach and temporal limitations of the subject -- 1.3. The structure of the present book -- Chapter 2 Methodological Reflections -- 2.1. Problems of modern and biblical terminology -- 2.2. The problem of living space in domestic buildings -- 2.3. Overcoming the discrepancy between the archaeological evidence and the biblical ideal -- 2.4. Relations between different types of family households and to additional kin -- 2.5. Conclusions for reconstructing the Israelite family and household religion -- 2.6. Religious-historical concepts regarding family religion -- 2.7. Family and household religion within the religion of Israel -- Chapter 3 Elements of Domestic Cult in Ancient Israel -- 3.1. Methodology -- 3.2. Diagnostic objects and cult patterns -- 3.3. Domestic cultic assemblages in Iron Age Judah and Israel -- 3.4. Patterns of domestic cult activities in Iron Age Israel and Judah -- 3.5. Comparative data from sites outside Israel and Judah -- Chapter 4 Typology of Iron Age Cult Places -- 4.1. Domestic cult: The house as space for ritual activities (Type IA) -- 4.2. Domestic shrines (Type IB) -- 4.3. Patterns of cult places outside the domestic realm -- 4.4. Conclusions -- Chapter 5 Personal Names and Family Religion -- 5.1. Introductory questions -- 5.2. Religious beliefs expressed in Hebrew personal names -- 5.3. Family beliefs related to the conduct of everyday life -- 5.4. The deities venerated in family religion -- 5.5. Iconographic evidence for iconic stamp seals serving personal piety and family religion (R. Schmitt) -- Chapter 6 Rites of Family and Household Religion -- 6.1. Introduction -- 6.2. Rites and rituals associated with the cycle of human life.
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ISBN:1575062321