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Kummel, Hans-Martin, 219 Monarchy
Kupper, J. R., 210, 211 in ancient Israel, 32“33, 35, 36, 48
Kwasman, Theodore, 57, 59, 60, 63, 65, in Mesopotamia, 36, 42, 126
66“67, 212, 213 see also Government control: in
Mesopotamia
Lambert, W. G., 112, 136 Moore, Ellen Whitney, 211
Landsberger, Benno, 4, 44, 53, 176, 209 Moran, William L., 111, 179, 180, 214
Laroche, Emmanuel, 214 Muhly, J. D., 122
Lautner, J. G., 150 Muˇ k¯ num (member of Mesopotamian
se
Law collections, cuneiform social class), 162“164
compared to legal records, 139“140, 145,
206 Naboth™s vineyard, 48
principles of composition, 134, 136“139 Nader, Laura, 24
scribal tradition, 134, 135“136 Narrative texts, use in reconstructing legal
shared cases, 134“135 history, 4“5, 8, 10, 18, 35, 36, 117“120,
style of, 127, 134 125, 205
term “cuneiform law,” 2 Naveh, J., 6
term “law codes” vs. “law collections,” Nehemiah™s taking refuge in Temple, 73,
6“7 74
Leemans, W. F., 43 Neo-Babylonian texts on homicide, 5“6
Legal evolution, theories of, 24“25, 173“175 Neufeld, E., 219
Legal innovations, identifying, 78“80, 204 Nicolsky, N.M., 72, 103
¨
Legal records, cuneiform, 5“6, 205“206 Norr, Dieter, 131
Lerner, Renee Lettow, 200 Nougayrol, Jean, 196, 214, 215, 216, 217
Levine, Baruch A., 20, 26, 33, 78, 85, 98
Levinson, Bernard M., 36, 80 O™Connor, Michael, 13, 21, 154, 155
Levitical cities, 72, 84, 85 Oppenheim, A. Leo, 15, 111, 210, 214
Lex talionis, 10“11, 157“158, 159, 167, Ordeal, river, 65“66
168, 169“170, 174, 175, 203 Orlin, Louis Lawrence, 210
Leidke, Gerhard, 149 O™Sullivan, John, 143
Lindgren, James, 7 Osumi, Yuichi, 147
Liverani, Mario, 181 Otten, H., 185
¨
Lohr, Max, 72, 81 Otterbein, Charlotte Swanson, 23
Luckenbill, D., 44 Otterbein, Keith F., 23
Lutzmann, Heiner, 217
Parker, Robert, 101, 103
MacDowell, Douglas M., 101 Parpola, Simo, 53, 54, 55, 56, 61, 63, 69,
Machinist, Peter B., 203 213
Malamat, Avraham, 47, 49 Paul, Shalom M., 2, 74, 76, 120, 140, 142,
Malul, Meir, 3 175
Master, Daniel M., 46 Peiser, F. E., 218
Matthews, Victor H., 124 Petschow, Herbert, 167
Mayes, A. D. H., 82 Pfeiffer, Robert H., 55
Mazar, Benjamin, 84 Phillips, Anthony, 51“52, 118
McC. Adams, Robert, 45 Physical act that causes death, 10, 117“119,
McCarter, P. Kyle, 118 120
McKeating, Henry, 24, 35, 72, 114 Pinches, T. G., 212
McKillop, Bron, 123 Pollution, 9“10, 85, 86, 94“115, 144, 154
Meek, Theophile J., 212, 219 ancient Greek concept, 100“101, 103
Menahem, 23 death as pollutant, 96
Merz, Erwin, 103 ethical impurity, 100, 203

M¯ sarum decrees, 102 homicide and ritual and ethical impurities,
Michaelis, J. D., 173 100“103, 202“203
243
GENERAL INDEX


Mesopotamian concept of pollution, Saadiah, 20
106“112 Saggs, H. W. F., 67, 111
puri¬catory language in legal realm, San Nicolo, Marian, 173
112“113 Sanctuary, see Asylum: altar asylum; Cities
ritual impurity, 100, 203 of refuge
scale disease as pollutant, 96 Sartinnu (Mesopotamian legal of¬cial), 67
semen as pollutant, 96 Scheil, V., 218
see also Blood: as cleanser and pollutant Schloen, J. David, 46, 48
Porter, Anne, 49 Schroeder, Otto, 179, 214
Posner, Richard A., 142 Schulz, Hermann, 149
±ˇ
Posp´sil, Leopold, 24 Schwartz, Baruch J., 94, 97, 100
¨
Postgate, Nicholas (J. N.), 44, 45, 57, Schwienhorst-Schonberger, Ludger, 74, 78,
58“59, 60, 64, 65, 66, 67, 68, 69, 147
212, 213 Scribal literary tradition, ancient Near
Pregnant woman suffering injury, 132“134, Eastern, 10, 204
140, 142, 144, 146, 147, 163, 165 Seabass, Horst, 118
Premeditated homicide, 116 Self-help model, 173, 174
Priestly source, 9, 20, 71, 81, 83 Shiloh, Yigal, 46
date of P and H, 72, 81, 82 Sick, Ulrich, 5, 167, 176
P and H, 81, 155 Siegel, Bernard J., 208
role of assembly in Priestly source, 88 Sigrist, M., 130
theological and social program of P, 84, Sin
86, 88“89, 101 consequences in Israelite thought, 97
Priests and Levites, differentiation between, consequences in Mesopotamian thought,
85, 87 111 —¦
¨
Provincial reorganization of Solomon, 48 Sjoberg, Ake, 45
Psalms referring to refuge, 81 Slaves
biblical laws about, 75, 79“80, 142
¯.
Rabisu (demon), 15“16 slaying of slave, 124, 160
Rad, Gerhard von, 15, 89 cuneiform laws about, 137, 153, 159“162
Rashi, 20, 23, 121 Smith, Sidney, 209
Rawi, Farouk N. H. al-, 218 Social structure of ancient Israel, 26, 35, 44,
Redeemer, 50, 52 46“49, 50
Regev, Eyal, 104 Soden, Wolfram von, 58, 59, 63, 66, 68
Reiner, Erica, 108, 111, 170 Solomon, appeal of prostitutes to, 125
Renger, Johannes M., 49 Speiser, E. A., 13, 49
Reventlow, H. Graf, 98 Spencer, John R., 84
Reviv, Hanokh, 89 Sperling, S. David, 50, 96
Riccobono, S., 169 Stade, D. Bernhard, 14
Richardson, M. E. J., 218 Staerk, W., 82
Riemann, Paul A., 18 Stager, Lawrence, 47, 49
Riemschneider, Kaspar, 58, 59 Starke, J. G., 200
Riftin, A. P., 209 Starr, June, and Jane F. Collier, 24
Rin, Svi, 118 State formation, theories of, 46“47
Roberts, Simon, 25 Steible, H., 207
Rof´ , Alexander, 76, 84, 87, 88, 89, 90, 92,
e Steinkeller, Piotr, 102, 207
103“104 Steuernagel, C., 82
¨
Rollig, W., 186 Stol, M., 162
Roman law, 141 Stone, Elizabeth, 45
XII Tables, 169 Sturtevant, Edgar H., 31, 219
¨
Romer, Willem H. Ph., 217 Succession Narrative, 33, 83
Ross, J. P., 84 date of composition, 83
Rost, Leonhard, 83 Sulzberger, Mayer, 50“51, 101
Roth, Martha T., 5, 30, 42, 52, 53, 56, 57, Szlechter, Emile, 127, 160, 176
58, 59“61, 62, 64, 68, 69, 125, 126,
128, 136, 152, 161, 163, 208, 212, 213, Tadmor, Hayyim, 48
217, 218, 219 Talmon, Shemaryahu, 1, 156
Rouland, Norbert, 23 T™ang Code, 145
Roux, Georges, 42 Targums, 20, 78
244 GENERAL INDEX


Tcherikover, Victor, 145 Watanabe, Kazuko, 54
Thomas, D. Winton, 118 Watson, Alan, 147, 170
Thureau-Dangin, F., 44 Weber, Max, 173
Tigay, Jeffrey M., 99, 105, 124 Weidner, Ernst, 136
Todd, S. C., 101 Weights, Neo-Assyrian, 65
Toorn, Karel van der, 44, 108, 111, 112, 120 Weinfeld, Moshe, 86, 104
Trial of slayer, 25 Weisman, Ze™ev, 35
Tribal period in Israelite history, 74 Wellhausen, Julius, 71“72, 74, 81, 84
Tsumura, David Toshio, 15 Wenham, Gordon, 95
Tur-Sinai, N. H., 15 Westbrook, Raymond, 2, 52, 140, 183
Typologies of homicide, 80, 116“125, 129 Westermann, Claus, 14, 15
Wette, W. M. L. de, 82
Ungnad, Arthur, 38, 57, 59, 63, 212, 213 Whitelam, Keith, 33, 34
Upham, Thomas, 143 Whitman, James Q., 173
Urbanism, Mesopotamian, 8, 44“45, 50, Wiggermann, F. A. M., 15
202 Williams, Ronald J., 155
UruKAgina, reform of, 102, 207 Wilson, E. Jan, 111
Wilson, Robert R., 34
Van Der Mieroop, Marc, 44, 45, 47, 50 Winckler, H., 214
Van Selms, A. 3 Wiseman, D. J., 54, 211
Van Seters, John, 16, 17 Witnesses, 123“124
Vanderhooft, David, 77 Wormald, Jenny, 23
Vaux, Roland de, 35, 72, 185 Wright, C. J. H., 26
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Viberg, Ake, 73 Wright, David P., 2, 105, 111, 112

Wagner, Volker, 149 Yaron, Reuven, 2, 130, 131, 132, 141, 158,
Waldron, Jeremy, 158 160, 163, 164, 176, 193, 197, 210, 218
Walker, C. B. F., 217 Yildiz, Fatma, 217
Wallace-Hadrill, J. M., 23 Yoffee, Norman, 24, 45
Waltke, Bruce K., 13, 21, 154, 155
Walzer, Michael, 36 Zevit, Ziony, 105
Index of Citations




9:5 159
BIBLICAL TEXTS
9:6 121, 147, 159
12:6 77
Genesis
17 84
1:28“2:4a 84
22:13 155
2:4b“3:24 17
24:12 20
3:9 17
27:20 20
3:11 21
28:11 77
3:13 17
34 26
3:15 17
37:18“20 118
3:16 16, 17
37:21“22 118
3:17 17
37:26 97
4:1“16 12“17, 19, 25
37:32“33 124
4:2 17
42:22 119
4:3 17
49:9 16
4:4 17
4:6 16
4:7 13, 15“16, 17
Exodus
4:8 17
10:14, 19 88
4:9 17
12:3 88
4:10 17, 95, 97, 147
12:6 88
4:11 17
12:47 88
4:12 17
13:7 88
4:17 17
16:1 88
4:20 17
16:2 88
4:21 17
16:9 88
4:22 17
16:10 88
9:1“17 84


245
246 INDEX OF CITATIONS


16:19 88 35:1 88
16:22 88 35:4, 10 88
17:1 88 35:31 88
20:1“14 149
20:13 121, 147
Leviticus
20:24 77
21:2“6 79“80 4:13 88
21:2“11 148 4:13“21 103
21:12“14 8, 23, 32, 51, 72, 73, 80, 83, 4:15 88
116, 117, 140 7:26“27 96
21:12 52, 147, 148, 149, 154 8 96
21:13 71, 76“78, 80, 117, 120, 123, 8:3, 4, 5 88
147“148 9:5 88
21:14 52, 71, 76“78, 80, 117, 120, 123, 10:6 78, 88
147“148, 154 10:9 78
21:15“17 148, 149 11:1“47 100
21:18“19 159 12:1“8 96, 100
21:19 158 13:1“14:32 100
21:20 124, 160 14:5“7, 14, 25 96
21:21 124, 160 15:1“33 100
21:22 140, 142, 158 16 95, 99
21:23 140, 142, 157, 158“159 16:2 95
21:24 140, 142, 158“159 16:5 88
21:25 140, 142, 158“159 16:32 103
21:28 140, 141 17:8 156
21:29 104, 140, 141, 144 17:10 96, 156
21:30 104, 140, 144, 158 17:11 96
21:31 140 17:12 96, 156
21:32 140, 158 17:13 96, 156
21:33 142 17:14 96
21:34 142, 158 17:15 156
21:35 140“141 18:24 100
21:36 148, 157 18:25 100
21:37 157 18:26 100
22:1 124 18:27 100
22:2 124, 157 18:28 100
22:3 158 18:29 100
22:4 158 19:2 88
22:5 148, 158 19:31 100
22:6 158 20:1 100
22:8 158 20:2 100
22:10 158 20:3 100
22:11 158 20:9 98
22:12 124, 158 20:10 118, 149
22:13 148, 158 20:11 98, 149

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