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by Associate Professor in Classics Margalit Finkelberg,Guy Stroumsa

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Author: Associate Professor in Classics Margalit Finkelberg,Guy Stroumsa
ISBN: 9004126651
ISBN13: 978-9004126657
Language: English
Publisher: Brill (April 1, 2003)
Pages: 290
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Prof Guy Stroumsa was the first Professor of the Study of the Abrahamic Religions at Oxford University and . He was elected to an Emeritus Fellowship in 2013.

Prof Guy Stroumsa was the first Professor of the Study of the Abrahamic Religions at Oxford University and Professorial Fellow at LMH from 2009 to 2013. Before joining Oxford he was Martin Buber Professor of Comparative Religions at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Books by Guy G. Stroumsa.

Margalit Finkelberg, Guy G. This work discusses the processes of canon-formation in societies of the ancient world, addressing such issues as canon and the articulation of identity, the hermeneutical attitude toward canonical texts, and textual fixity and openness. Categories: Education.

Jerusalem Studies in Religion and Culture, 2). Leiden and Boston: Brill, 2003. Recommend this journal. The Journal of Hellenic Studies.

Home Browse Books Book details, Homer, the Bible, and Beyond: Literary and. By Margalit Finkelberg, Guy G. Homer, the Bible, and Beyond: Literary and Religious Canons in the Ancient World. Hsia, 92; Established Chinese Literary Canon in West By Yardley, William International New York Times, January 10, 2014. Similar books and articles. Homer, the Bible, and Beyond. 9004126651 Similar books and articles. Literary and Religious Canons in the Ancient World.

Canons in the Ancient World. Despite this, Finkelberg still wrote about linguistics. Homer, the bible, and beyond: literary and religious canons in the ancient world (2003). The birth of literary fiction in ancient Greece (2004). Greeks and Pre-Greeks: Aegean Prehistory and Greek Heroic Tradition (2005).

Results from Google Books . As distinct from the extant studies of ancient canonical texts, which focus either on literary (Greco-Roman) or religous (Judeo-Christian) canons, the present volume aims at bridging the gap between these two fields by proposing the first comprehensive study of canon. Among the topics discussed are Mesopotamian canons; Zoroastrianism; the Bible; Homer; literary and philosophical canons in ancient Greece and Rome; the New Testament; the Roman law; Rabbinic Judaism and Kabbalistic literature.

Margalit Finkelberg is Professor Emerita of Classics at Tel Aviv University. Homer, the Bible, and Beyond: Literary and Religious Canons in the Ancient World more. Studies in Ancient Greek Dialects

Margalit Finkelberg is Professor Emerita of Classics at Tel Aviv University. by Margalit Finkelberg. More Info: (e. with . Stroumza) Leiden: Brill 2003. Studies in Ancient Greek Dialects. From Central Greece to the Black Sea. Berlin and Boston: de Gruyter 2018, 447-456.

This challenging book contributes greatly to this interest by studying the Near Eastern background of important Greek myths, such as. .1979) is professor of Religious Studies at the University of Groningen.

This challenging book contributes greatly to this interest by studying the Near Eastern background of important Greek myths, such as those of the creation of the world and the first woman, the Flood, the Golden Fleece, the Titans and travelling seers, but also of the births of Attis and Asclepius as well as the origins of the terms a ~paradisea (TM) and a ~. magica (TM). He has published extensively on Greek, Roman, Early Christian and contemporary religion, including Greek Religion (1994) and The Rise and Fall of the Afterlife (2002).

As distinct from the extant studies of ancient canonical texts, which focus either on literary (Greco-Roman) or religious (Judeo-Christian) canons, the present volume aims at bridging between these two fields by proposing the first comparative study of canon.An international team of experts discusses the processes of canon-formation in societies of the ancient world, addressing such issues as canon and the articulation of identity; the hermeneutical attitude toward canonical texts; textual fixity and openness; oral and written canons; methods of transmission, and more. Among the topics discussed are Mesopotamian canons; Zoroastrianism; the Bible; Homer; literary and philosophical canons in ancient Greece and Rome; the New Testament; the Roman law; Rabbinic Judaism and Kabbalistic literature. The future of the so-called Western Canon is one of the most hotly debated issues of the day. There is reason to believe that what is perceived today as a unique crisis, can be put into perspective by students of ancient societies, for the simple reason that the ancient world offers us the historical perspective of civilizations as a whole and allows us to study cultural phenomena in the longue durée.
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