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Anne Katrine de Hemmer Gudme

Anne Katrine Gudme is Assistant Professor of Hebrew Bible Studies at the University of Copenhagen. She did her doctoral research on votive practice in the Hebrew Bible and the dedicatory inscriptions on Mount Gerizim and she has published several articles on ritual, vows and votive practice in the Hebrew Bible and in Ancient Mediterranean religions.

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Studies on Magic and Divination in the Biblical World

ISBN: 978-1-61143-869-7
A selection of essays on magic and divination in relation to the biblical world, including Mesopotamian demonology, Akkadian literary influences, exorcism, healing, calendars, astrology, bibliomancy, dreams, ritual magic, priestly divination, prophecy, magic in the Christian Apocrypha and the New Testament, magic in rabbinic literature, and Jewish Aramaic magic bowls.
$115.50

Anthropology and the Bible

Critical Perspectives
Edited by Emanuel Pfoh
ISBN: 978-1-60724-956-6
The papers in this anthology represent the proceedings of the Anthropology and the Bible session from the European Association of Biblical Studies Annual Meeting held in Lincoln, UK (July 2009). The main aim of the session is to foster critical uses of social anthropology for reading biblical scholarship and ancient Near Eastern studies related to the Bible. The papers of this volume reflect all these perspectives and stand as a critical renewal of the uses of anthropology and sociology in biblical scholarship in distinction to social-science approaches.
$128.00