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Gary A. Rendsburg

PUBLICATIONS

Redaction of Genesis by Gary Rendsburg

Books Authored

    1. The Redaction of Genesis (Winona Lake, IN: Eisenbrauns, 1986) (reprinted, with a new Foreword, 2014).
    2. Diglossia in Ancient Hebrew (American Oriental Series 72; New Haven: American Oriental Society, 1990).
    3. Linguistic Evidence for the Northern Origin of Selected Psalms (Society of Biblical Literature Monograph Series 43; Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1990).
    4. The Bible and the Ancient Near East, co-authored with Cyrus H. Gordon (New York: W. W. Norton, 1997). Limited preview available at Google Books
      Polish translation: Biblia i starożytny Bliski Wschód (Warsaw: Proszynski I Ska, 1998).
      Hungarian translation: A Biblia és az ókori Közel-Kelet, translated by Ágnes Kmilcsik (Debrecen: Gold Book, 2006).
    5. Israelian Hebrew in the Book of Kings (Occasional Publications of the Department of Near Eastern Studies and the Program of Jewish Studies, Cornell University 5; Bethesda, MD: CDL Press, 2002).
    6. Solomon’s Vineyard: Literary and Linguistic Studies in the Song of Songs, co-authored with Scott B. Noegel (SBL Ancient Israel and Its Literature; Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2009 / Leiden: Brill, 2009).
      See book description
    7. How the Bible Is Written (Bethesda, Md.: CDL Press, forthcoming).

Books Edited

      1. Co-Editor, The Bible World: Essays in Honor of Cyrus H. Gordon (New York: Ktav, 1980).
      2. Co-Editor, Eblaitica: Essays on the Ebla Archives and Eblaite Language, Vol. 1 (Winona Lake, IN: Eisenbrauns, 1987).
      3. Co-Editor, Eblaitica: Essays on the Ebla Archives and Eblaite Language, Vol. 2 (Winona Lake, IN: Eisenbrauns, 1990).
      4. Co-Editor, Eblaitica: Essays on the Ebla Archives and Eblaite Language, Vol. 3 (Winona Lake, IN: Eisenbrauns, 1992).
      5. Co-Editor, Eblaitica: Essays on the Ebla Archives and Eblaite Language, Vol. 4 (Winona Lake, IN: Eisenbrauns, 2002).
      6. Associate Editor, Encyclopedia of Hebrew Language and Linguistics, 4 vols. (Leiden: Brill, 2013):
        http://www.brill.com/encyclopedia-hebrew-language-and-linguistics
      7. Co-Editor, “Did I Not Bring Israel Out of Egypt?”: Biblical, Archaeological, and Egyptological Perspectives on the Exodus Narratives (Bulletin for Biblical Research Supplement 13; Winona Lake, Ind.: Eisenbrauns, 2016).
      8. Co-Editor, Le-maʿan Ziony: Essays in Honor of Ziony Zevit (Eugene, Ore.: Cascade Books, 2017).

Articles

        1. "Janus Parallelism in Gen 49:26," Journal of Biblical Literature 99 (1980), pp. 291-293.
          [PDF used with permission granted by the Society of Biblical Literature]
        2. "Hebrew 'šdt and Ugaritic išdym," Journal of Northwest Semitic Languages 8 (1980), pp. 81-84.
          [PDF used with permission granted by the general editorship of the Journal of Northwest Semitic Languages]
        3. "The Danites," Archiv Orientalni 48 (1980), pp. 150-152 [as part of "Adana Revisited" co-authored with Yoel Arbeitman].
        4. "Late Biblical Hebrew and the Date of 'P'," Journal of the Ancient Near Eastern Society 12 (1980), pp. 65-80.
          [PDF used with permission granted by the general editorship of the Journal of the Ancient Near Eastern Society]
        5. "Merneptah in Canaan," Journal of the Society for the Study of Egyptian Antiquities 11 (1981), pp. 171-172. [with Corrigenda printed as supplement to JSSEA 12 (1982)].
          [PDF used with permission granted by the general editorship of the Journal of the Society for the Study of Egyptian Antiquities]
        6. "Diglossia in Ancient Hebrew as Revealed Through Compound Verbs," in Y. L. Arbeitman and A. R. Bomhard, eds., Bono Homini Donum: Essays in Historical Linguistics in Memory of J. Alexander Kerns (Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 1981), pp. 665-677.
        7. "A Reconstruction of Moabite-Israelite History," Journal of the Ancient Near Eastern Society 13 (1981), pp. 67-73.
          [PDF used with permission granted by the general editorship of the Journal of the Ancient Near Eastern Society]
        8. "Laqtil Infinitives: Yiph'il or Hiph'il?" Orientalia 51 (1982), pp. 231-238.
          [PDF used with permission granted by the general editorship of Orientalia]
        9. "Double Polysemy in Gen 49:6 and Job 3:6," Catholic Biblical Quarterly 44 (1982), pp. 48-51.
          [Copyrighted by the Catholic Biblical Association of America and reproduced with its permission]
        10. "Semitic PRZL/BRZL/BRDL 'Iron'," Scripta Mediterranea 3 (1982), pp. 54-71.
          [PDF used with permission granted by the general editorship of Scripta Mediterranea]
        11. pdf document here
          "A New Look at Pentateuchal HW'," Biblica 63 (1982), pp. 351-369.
          [PDF used with permission granted by the general editorship of Biblica]
        12. pdf document here
          "Dual Personal Pronouns and Dual Verbs in Hebrew," Jewish Quarterly Review 73 (1982), pp. 38-58.
          [PDF used with permission granted by the editors of the Jewish Quarterly Review]
        13. pdf document here
          "On Jan Best's 'Decipherment' of Minoan Linear A," Journal of the Ancient Near Eastern Society 14 (1982), pp. 79-87.
          [PDF used with permission granted by the general editorship of the Journal of the Ancient Near Eastern Society]
        14. "Jan Best and Minoan Linear A," Newsletter for Ugaritic Studies 30 (1983), p. 11.
        15. pdf document here
          Hebrew RM = 'Rain'," Vetus Testamentum 33 (1983), pp. 357-362.
          [PDF used with permission granted by Brill, publisher of Vetus Testamentum]
        16. pdf document here
          "Notes on Genesis XXXV," Vetus Testamentum 34 (1984), pp. 361-366.
          [PDF used with permission granted by Brill, publisher of Vetus Testamentum]
        17. pdf document here
          "UT 68 and the Tell Asmar Seal," Orientalia 53 (1984), pp. 448-452.
          [PDF used with permission granted by the general editorship of Orientalia]
        18. pdf document here
          "David and His Circle in Genesis XXXVIII," Vetus Testamentum 36 (1986), pp. 438-446.
          [PDF used with permission granted by Brill, publisher of Vetus Testamentum]
        19. pdf document here
          "Gen 10:13-14: An Authentic Hebrew Tradition Concerning the Origin of the Philistines," Journal of Northwest Semitic Languages 13 (1987), pp. 89-96.
          [PDF used with permission granted by the general editorship of the Journal of Northwest Semitic Languages]
        20. pdf document here
          "Eblaite u-ma and Hebrew wm- ," in C. H. Gordon, G. A. Rendsburg, and N. H. Winter, eds., Eblaitica: Essays on the Ebla Archives and Eblaite Language, Vol. 1 (Winona Lake, IN: Eisenbrauns, 1987), pp. 34-41.
          [PDF used with permission granted by Eisenbrauns, publisher of this volume]
        21. pdf document here
          "Modern South Arabian as a Source for Ugaritic Etymologies,"
          Journal of the American Oriental Society 107 (1987), pp. 623-628.
          [PDF used with permission granted by the American Oriental Society]
        22. "Hebrew św/yh and Arabic šḫḫ," in Y. L. Arbeitman, ed., Fucus: A Semitic/Afrasian Gathering in Remembrance of Albert Ehrman (Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 1988), pp. 419-430.
        23. pdf document here
          "More on Hebrew Šibbōlet," Journal of Semitic Studies 33 (1988), pp. 255-258.
          [PDF used with permission granted by Oxford University Press, publisher of Journal of Semitic Studies]
        24. pdf document here
          "The Ammonite Phoneme /T/," Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research 269 (1988), pp. 73-79.
          [PDF used with permission granted by the American Schools of Oriental Research, publisher of this journal. The issue is available from the publisher at www.asor.org]
        25. pdf document here
          "Bilingual Wordplay in the Bible," Vetus Testamentum 38 (1988), pp. 354-357.
          [PDF used with permission granted by Brill, publisher of Vetus Testamentum]
        26. pdf document here
          "The Egyptian Sun-God Ra in the Pentateuch," Henoch 10 (1988), pp. 3-15.
          [PDF used with permission granted by Silvio Zamorani Editore (Turin), www.zamorani.com, publisher of this journal]
        27. pdf document here
          " pdf The Mock of Baal in 1 Kings 18:27 ," Catholic Biblical Quarterly 50 (1988), pp. 414-417.
          [Copyrighted by the Catholic Biblical Association of America and reproduced with its permission]
        28. "Jews in Persia, Then and Now," Midstream 34:2 (1988), pp. 44-45.
        29. pdf document here
          "Literary Structures in the Qur'anic and Biblical Stories of Joseph," The Muslim World 78 (1988), pp. 118-120.
          [PDF used with permission granted by the general editorship of The Muslim World]
        30. pdf document here
          "The Northern Origin of 'The Last Words of David' (2 Sam 23,1-7)," Biblica 69 (1988), pp. 113-121.
          [PDF used with permission granted by the general editorship of Biblica]
        31. pdf document here
          "Additional Notes on 'The Last Words of David' (2 Sam 23, 1-7)," Biblica 70 (1989), pp. 403-408.
          [PDF used with permission granted by the general editorship of Biblica]
        32. pdf document here
          "Black Athena: An Etymological Response," Arethusa (Special Issue Fall 1989), pp. 67-82.
          [PDF used with permission granted by The Johns Hopkins University Press, publisher of Arethusa - © The Johns Hopkins University Press]
        33. "Sabaic Notes to Hebrew Grammar," Abr-Nahrain 27 (1989), pp. 106-119.
        34. pdf document here
          "לשוח" in 1QS 7.15," Journal for the Study of the Pseudepigrapha 5 (1989), pp. 83-94.
          [PDF used with permission granted by Sage Publications, publisher of this journal]
        35. "Josephus, Flavius," in L. Boia, ed., Great Historians from Antiquity to 1800 (New York: Greenwood Press, 1989), pp. 297-298.
        36. pdf document here
          "The Internal Consistency and Historical Reliability of the Biblical Genealogies," Vetus Testamentum 40 (1990), pp. 185-206.
          [PDF used with permission granted by Brill, publisher of Vetus Testamentum]
        37. pdf document here
          "Redactional Structuring in the Joseph Story: Genesis 37-50," in V. L. Tollers and J. Maier, eds., Mappings of the Biblical Terrain: The Bible as Text = Bucknell Review 33:2 (Lewisburg, PA: Bucknell University Press, 1990), pp. 215-232.
          [PDF used with permission granted by Associated University Presses, copyright holder for this volume]
        38. pdf document here
          "Monophthongization of aw/ay > ā in Eblaite and in Northwest Semitic ," in C. H. Gordon and G. A. Rendsburg, eds., Eblaitica: Essays on the Ebla Archives and Eblaite Language, Vol. 2 (Winona Lake, IN: Eisenbrauns, 1990), pp. 91-126.
          [PDF used with permission granted by Eisenbrauns, publisher of this volume]
        39. pdf document here
          "Targum Onqelos to Exod 10:5, 10:15, Numb 22:5, 22:11," Henoch 12 (1990), pp. 15-17.
          [PDF used with permission granted by Silvio Zamorani Editore (Turin), www.zamorani.com, publisher of this journal]
        40. pdf document here
          "The Northern Origin of Nehemiah 9," Biblica 72 (1991), pp. 348-366.
          [PDF used with permission granted by the general editorship of Biblica]
        41. pdf document here
          "Baasha of Ammon," Journal of the Ancient Near Eastern Society 20 (1991), pp. 57-61.
          [PDF used with permission granted by the general editorship of the Journal of the Ancient Near Eastern Society]
        42. pdf document here
          "Parallel Developments in Mishnaic Hebrew, Colloquial Arabic, and Other Varieties of Spoken Semitic," in Alan S. Kaye, ed., Semitic Studies in Honor of Wolf Leslau, Vol. 2 (Wiesbaden: Otto Harrassowitz, 1991), pp. 1265-1277.
          [PDF used with permission granted by Otto Harrassowiz, publisher of this volume]
        43. pdf document here
          "A Further Note on Purple Dyeing," Biblical Archaeologist 54 (1991), p. 121.
          [PDF used with permission granted by the American Schools of Oriental Research, publisher of this journal. The issue is available from the publisher at www.asor.org]
        44. pdf document here
          "The Strata of Biblical Hebrew," Journal of Northwest Semitic Languages 17 (1991), pp. 81-99.
          [PDF used with permission granted by the general editorship of the Journal of Northwest Semitic Languages]
        45. pdf document here
          "Notes on Genesis XV," Vetus Testamentum 42 (1992), pp. 266-272.
          [PDF used with permission granted by Brill, publisher of Vetus Testamentum]
        46. pdf document here
          "Eblaite sa-su-ga-lum = Hebrew ss'gr ," in C. H. Gordon and G. A. Rendsburg, eds., Eblaitica: Essays on the Ebla Archives and Eblaite Language, Vol. 3 (Winona Lake, IN: Eisenbrauns, 1992), pp. 153-155.
          [PDF used with permission granted by Eisenbrauns, publisher of this volume]
        47. Shibboleth," in D. N. Freedman, ed., The Anchor Bible Dictionary, Volume 5 (New York: Doubleday, 1992), pp. 1210-1212.
        48. "The Dead Sea Scrolls," Cornell Alumni News (April 1992), pp. 21-25.
        49. pdf document here
          "The Galilean Background of Mishnaic Hebrew," in L. I. Levine, ed., The Galilee in Late Antiquity (New York: Jewish Theological Seminary, 1992), pp. 225-240.
          [PDF used with permission granted by the Jewish Theological Seminary, publisher of this volume]
        50. pdf document here
          "Morphological Evidence for Regional Dialects in Ancient Hebrew ," in W. R. Bodine, ed., Linguistics and Biblical Hebrew (Winona Lake, IN: Eisenbrauns, 1992), pp. 65-88.
          [PDF used with permission granted by Eisenbrauns, publisher of this volume]
        51. pdf document here
          "The Date of the Exodus and the Conquest/Settlement: The Case for the 1100's," Vetus Testamentum 42 (1992), pp. 510-527.
          [PDF used with permission granted by Brill, publisher of Vetus Testamentum]
        52. pdf document here
          "Kabbîr in Biblical Hebrew: Evidence for Style-switching and Addressee-switching in the Hebrew Bible,"
          Journal of the American Oriental Society 112 (1992), pp. 649-651.
          [PDF used with permission granted by the American Oriental Society]
        53. pdf document here
          "Israelian Hebrew Features in Genesis 49," in R. J. Ratner, L. M. Barth, M. L. Gevirtz, and B. Zuckerman, eds., Let Your Colleagues Praise You: Studies in Memory of Stanley Gevirtz (Part 2) = Maarav 8 (1992), pp. 161-170.
          [PDF used with permission granted by the general editorship of Maarav]
        54. pdf document here
          "Physiological and Philological Notes to Psalm 137," Jewish Quarterly Review 83 (1993), pp. 385-399 (co-authored with S. L. Rendsburg).
          [PDF used with permission granted by the editors of the Jewish Quarterly Review]
        55. pdf document here
          "The Inclusio in Leviticus xi," Vetus Testamentum 43 (1993), pp. 418-421.
          [PDF used with permission granted by Brill, publisher of Vetus Testamentum]
        56. pdf document here
          "The Dialect of the Deir 'Alla Inscription," Bibliotheca Orientalis 50 (1993), cols. 309-329.
          [PDF used with permission granted by the general editiorship of Bibliotheca Orientalis and the Nederlands Instituut voor het Nabije Oosten, publisher of this journal]
        57. pdf document here
          "Talpiyyôt; (Song 4:4)," Journal of Northwest Semitic Languages 20 (1994), pp. 13-19.
          [PDF used with permission granted by the general editorship of the Journal of Northwest Semitic Languages]
        58. pdf document here
          "On the Writing bytdwd in the Aramaic Inscription from Tel Dan," Israel Exploration Journal 45 (1995), pp. 22-25.
          [PDF used with permission granted by the Israel Exploration Society]
        59. pdf document here
          "Lasûah in Gen. xxiv 63," Vetus Testamentum 45 (1995), pp. 558-560.
          [PDF used with permission granted by Brill, publisher of Vetus Testamentum]
        60. pdf document here
          "An Essay on Israelite Religion," in Jacob Neusner, ed., Approaches to Ancient Judaism, New Series, Volume 8 (Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1995), pp. 1-17.
          [PDF used with permission granted by Jacob Neusner, editor of this volume]
        61. "Ha-Kena'anit ba-'Elef ha-Riŝon Lifne ha-Sefira," Ha-'Enṣiqlopedya ha-'Ivrit, Supplementary Volume 3 (Tel-Aviv: Sifriyat Po'alim, 1995), cols. 1017-1019.
        62. pdf document here
          "Linguistic Variation and the 'Foreign' Factor in the Hebrew Bible," Israel Oriental Studies 15 (1995), pp. 177-190.
          [PDF used with permission granted by Brill, publisher of Israel Oriental Studies]
        63. pdf document here
          "'Someone Will Succeed in Deciphering Minoan': Cyrus H. Gordon and Minoan Linear A," Biblical Archaeologist 59 (1996), pp. 36-43. [with Corrigenda printed in Biblical Archaeologist 59 (1996), p. 134].
          [PDF used with permission granted by the American Schools of Oriental Research, publisher of this journal. The issue is available from the publisher at www.asor.org]
        64. pdf document here
          "Biblical Literature as Politics: The Case of Genesis ," in A. Berlin, ed., Religion and Politics in the Ancient Near East (Bethesda, MD: University Press of Maryland, 1996), pp. 47-70.
          [PDF used with permission granted by University Press of Maryland]
          [This is also available on the web at http://aroumah.net/agora/rendsburg01-politics.php].
        65. pdf document here
          "Hebrew Language," in J. Neusner and W. S. Green, eds., Dictionary of Judaism in the Biblical Period, Volume I (New York: Macmillan, 1996), p. 280.
          [PDF used with permission granted by Jacob Neusner, editor of this volume]

          66-74. The following entries in R. J. Z. Werblowsky and G. Wigoder, eds.,
          The Oxford Dictionary of the Jewish Religion (New York: Oxford University Press, 1997):
        66. "Abraham," pp. 5-6.
        67. "Ammon and Moab," p. 44.
        68. "Book of Jashar," p. 138.
        69. "Book of the Wars of the Lord," pp. 138-139.
        70. "Genesis, Book of," pp. 267-268.
        71. "Pharaoh," p. 528.
        72. "Philistines," p. 529.
        73. "Phoenicians," p. 531.
        74. "Song of Songs, Book of," p. 652.

          These entries are all reprinted in Adele Berlin, ed. The Oxford Dictionary of the Jewish Religion, 2nd edition (New York: Oxford University Press, 2011); also available online at the Oxford Reference website, by subscription:

          http://www.oxfordreference.com/view/10.1093/acref/9780199730049.001.0001/acref-9780199730049

          [The pdf files are posted here with permission granted by Oxford University Press, per their official policy available at http://global.oup.com/uk/academic/rights/permissions/AutPerm/.]

        75. pdf document here
          "Ancient Hebrew Phonology," in A. S. Kaye, ed., Phonologies of Asia and Africa (Winona Lake, IN: Eisenbrauns, 1997), pp. 65-83.
          [PDF used with permission granted by Eisenbrauns, publisher of this volume]
          [For further details about this volume, go to Phonologies of Asia and Africa]
        76. pdf document here
          "Double Polysemy in Proverbs 31:19 ," in A. Afsaruddin and A. H. Mathias Zahniser, eds., Humanism, Culture, and Language in the Near East: Studies in Honor of Georg Krotkoff (Winona Lake, IN: Eisenbrauns, 1997), pp. 267-274.
          [PDF used with permission granted by Eisenbrauns, publisher of this volume]
        77. "Eblaites," in E. M. Meyers, ed., The Oxford Encyclopedia of Archaeology in the Near East (New York: Oxford University Press, 1997), Vol. 2, pp. 183-184.
        78. pdf document here
          "The Early History of Israel," in G. D. Young, M. W. Chavalas, and R. E. Averbeck, eds., Crossing Boundaries and Linking Horizons: Studies in Honor of Michael C. Astour on His 80th Birthday (Bethesda, MD: CDL Press, 1997), pp. 433-453.
          [PDF used with permission granted by CDL Press]
        79. pdf document here
          "The Guilty Party in 1 Kings iii 16-28," Vetus Testamentum 48 (1998), pp. 534-541.
          [PDF used with permission granted by Brill, publisher of Vetus Testamentum]
        80. pdf document here
          "On the Potential Significance of the Linear A Inscriptions Recently Excavated in Israel," Aula Orientalis 16 (1998), pp. 289-291.
          [PDF used with permission granted by the general editorship of Aula Orientalis]
        81. pdf document here
          "Notes on Israelian Hebrew (I)," in Y. Avishur and R. Deutsch, eds., Michael: Historical, Epigraphical and Biblical Studies in Honor of Prof. Michael Heltzer (Tel-Aviv: Archaeological Center Publications, 1999), pp. 255-258.
          [PDF used with permission granted by Archaeological Center Publications]
        82. pdf document here
          "Psalm cx 3b," Vetus Testamentum 49 (1999), pp. 548-553.
          [PDF used with permission granted by Brill, publisher of Vetus Testamentum]
        83. "Down with History, Up with Reading: The Current State of Biblical Studies," McGill University Jewish Studies 30th Anniversary Conference (1999), electronic version, on the web at http://jewish30yrs.mcgill.ca/rendsburg/ .
        84. "Confused Language as a Deliberate Literary Device in Biblical Hebrew Narrative," Journal of Hebrew Scriptures, volume 2 (1998-99), electronic version, on the web at http://www.jhsonline.org/Articles/article_12.pdf — reprinted in Ehud Ben Zvi, ed., Perspectives on Hebrew Scriptures I (Perspectives on Hebrew Scriptures and its Contexts 1; Piscataway: Gorgias Press, 2006), pp. 197-213.
        85. pdf document here
          "Hebrew Philological Notes (I)," Hebrew Studies 40 (1999), pp. 27-32.
          [PDF used with permission granted by the National Association of Professors of Hebrew, publisher of Hebrew Studies]
        86. " pdf Word Play in Biblical Hebrew: An Eclectic Collection ," in S. B. Noegel, ed., Puns and Pundits: Word Play in the Bible and in Near Eastern Literature (Bethesda, MD: CDL Press, 2000), pp. 137-162.
          [PDF used with permission granted by CDL Press]
        87. "Šimuŝ Bilti Ragil ŝel Kinnuy ha-Remez ba-Miqra': 'Edut Nosefet le-'Ivrit Cefonit bi-Tqufat ha-Miqra'," Shnaton 12 (2000), pp. 83-88.
          Read here via JSTOR:  http://www.jstor.org/stable/i23411952
        88. pdf document here
          "Literary Devices in the Story of the Shipwrecked Sailor,"
          Journal of the American Oriental Society 120 (2000), pp. 13-23.
          [PDF used with permission granted by the American Oriental Society]
        89. pdf document here
          "Notes on Israelian Hebrew (II)," Journal of Northwest Semitic Languages 26 (2000), pp. 33-45.
          [PDF used with permission granted by the general editorship of the Journal of Northwest Semitic Languages]
        90. pdf document here
          " pdf Is Linear A Semitic? " Biblical Archaeology Review 26:6 (November-December 2000), pp. 60-61.
          [PDF used with permission granted by the Biblical Archaeology Society (http://www.biblicalarchaeology.org/), publisher of Biblical Archaeology Review; my contribution appears on pp. 11-13 of the pdf file, as the sidebar to the lead article]
        91. pdf document here
          "Reading David in Genesis: How We Know the Torah Was Written in the Tenth Century B.C.E.," Bible Review 17:1 (February 2001), pp. 20-33, 46.
          [PDF used with permission granted by the Biblical Archaeology Society(http://www.biblicalarchaeology.org/), publisher of Bible Review]
        92. " pdf Cyrus H. Gordon, 1908-2001 ," Biblical Archaeology Review 27:4 (July/August 2001), p. 18.
          [PDF used with permission granted by the Biblical Archaeology Society (http://www.biblicalarchaeology.org/), publisher of Biblical Archaeology Review]
        93. "Biblical Hebrew," in J. Garry and C. Rubino, eds., Facts About the World's Languages: An Encyclopedia of the World's Major Languages, Past and Present (New York: H. W. Wilson, 2001), pp. 291-295.
        94. pdf document here
          "An Additional Note to Two Recent Articles on the Number of People in the Exodus from Egypt and the Large Numbers in Numbers i and xxvi," Vetus Testamentum 51 (2001), pp. 392-396.
          [PDF used with permission granted by Brill, publisher of Vetus Testamentum]
        95. pdf document here
          "Hebrew Philological Notes (II)," Hebrew Studies 42 (2001), pp. 187-195.
          [PDF used with permission granted by the National Association of Professors of Hebrew, publisher of Hebrew Studies]
        96. pdf document here
          "Cyrus H. Gordon (1908-2001): A Giant Among Scholars," Jewish Quarterly Review 92 (2001), pp. 137-143.
          [PDF used with permission granted by the general editorship of Jewish Quarterly Review]
        97. pdf document here
          "Some False Leads in the Identification of Late Biblical Hebrew Texts: The Cases of Genesis 24 and 1 Samuel 2:27-36," Journal of Biblical Literature 121 (2002), pp. 23-46.
          [PDF used with permission granted by the Society of Biblical Literature]
        98. pdf document here
          "The Literary Approach to the Bible and Finding a Good Translation," in F. W. Knobloch, ed., Biblical Translation in Context (Bethesda, MD: University Press of Maryland, 2002), pp. 179-194.
          [PDF used with permission granted by University Press of Maryland]
        99. "Once More the Dual: With Replies to J. Blau and J. Blenkinsopp," Ancient Near Eastern Studies 38 (2001), pp. 28-41.
        100. pdf document here
          "Eblaite and Some Northwest Semitic Lexical Links ," in C. H. Gordon and G. A. Rendsburg, eds., Eblaitica: Essays on the Ebla Archives and Eblaite Language, Vol. 4 (Winona Lake, IN: Eisenbrauns, 2002), pp. 199-208.
          [PDF used with permission granted by Eisenbrauns, publisher of this volume]
        101. pdf document here
          "Hebrew Philological Notes (III)," Hebrew Studies 43 (2002), pp. 21-30.
          [PDF used with permission granted by the National Association of Professors of Hebrew, publisher of Hebrew Studies]
        102. pdf document here
          "Unlikely Heroes: Women as Israel," Bible Review 19:1 (February 2003), pp. 16-23, 52-53.
          [PDF used with permission granted by the Biblical Archaeology Society (http://www.biblicalarchaeology.org/), publisher of Bible Review]
        103. pdf document here
          "Beasts or Bugs? Solving the Problem of the Fourth Plague," Bible Review 19:2 (April 2003), pp. 18-23.
          [PDF used with permission granted by the Biblical Archaeology Society (http://www.biblicalarchaeology.org/), publisher of Bible Review]
        104. pdf document here
          "Hurvitz Redux: On the Continued Scholarly Inattention to a Simple Principle of Hebrew Philology," in I. Young, ed., Biblical Hebrew: Studies in Chronology and Typology (London: T & T Clark, 2003), pp. 104-128.
          [PDF used with permission granted by Continuum International Publishing Group, publisher of this volume - note that this pdf file is a pre-final version (with internal page numbers only), but that only the most minor changes were made before official publication]
        105. pdf document here
          "נגדה נא לכל עמו (Psalm cxvi 14b, 18b)," Vetus Testamentum 53 (2003), pp. 328-336 [co-authored with J. P. Fokkelman].
          [PDF used with permission granted by Brill, publisher of Vetus Testamentum]
        106. pdf document here
          "A Comprehensive Guide to Israelian Hebrew: Grammar and Lexicon," Orient 38 (2003), pp. 5-35.
          [PDF used with permission granted by the general editorship of Orient, published by the Society for Near Eastern Studies in Japan]
        107. pdf document here
          "The Geographical and Historical Background of the Mishnaic Hebrew Lexicon," Orient 38 (2003), pp. 105-115.
          [PDF used with permission granted by the general editorship of Orient, published by the Society for Near Eastern Studies in Japan]
        108. pdf document here
          "Writing and Scripts (with Special Reference to the Levant)," in S. Richard, ed., Near Eastern Archaeology: A Reader (Winona Lake, IN: Eisenbrauns, 2003), pp. 63-70.
          [PDF used with permission granted by Eisenbrauns, publisher of this volume]
        109. pdf document here
          "Semitic Languages (with Special Reference to the Levant)," in S. Richard, ed., Near Eastern Archaeology: A Reader (Winona Lake, IN: Eisenbrauns, 2003), pp. 71-73.
          [PDF used with permission granted by Eisenbrauns, publisher of this volume]
        110. pdf document here
          "Millat ha-Qiyyum 'iš" (= The Particle of Existence 'iš), Meḥqarim be-Lašon 9 (2003-04), pp. 251-255 (with English abstract on pp. xv-xvi).
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        111. "Cyrus H. Gordon, the First American-Born, American-Trained Jewish Bible Scholar to Accede to a University Position: In Commemoration of the 350th Anniversary of Jews in North America," electronic version, on the web at http://www.sbl-site.org/Article.aspx?ArticleId=343.
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          "The Vegetarian Ideal in the Bible," in L. J. Greenspoon, R. A. Simkins, and G. Shapiro, eds., Food and Judaism (Studies in Jewish Civilization, volume 15; Omaha: Creighton University Press, 2005), pp. 319-334. [see also no. 156 below]
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          "Investiture Address", in The Blanche and Irving Laurie Chair in Jewish History, Separatum published by the Allen and Joan Bildner Center for the Study of Jewish Life, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey (2005), pp. 5-10.
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          "The Genesis of the Bible", in The Blanche and Irving Laurie Chair in Jewish History, Separatum published by the Allen and Joan Bildner Center for the Study of Jewish Life, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey (2005), pp. 11-30. [see also no. 135 below]
        115. "Israelian Hebrew in the Song of Songs," in S. E. Fassberg and A. Hurvitz, eds., Biblical Hebrew in Its Northwest Semitic Environment: Typological and Historical Perspectives (Publications of the Institute for Advanced Studies 1; Jerusalem: Magnes Press; and Winona Lake, IN: Eisenbrauns, 2006), pp. 315-323.
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          "Moses as Equal to Pharaoh," in G. M. Beckman and T. J. Lewis, eds., Text, Artifact, and Image: Revealing Ancient Israelite Religion (Brown Judaic Studies 346; Providence: Brown Judaic Studies, 2006), pp. 201-219.
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          "Aramaic-like Features in the Pentateuch," Hebrew Studies 47 (2006), pp. 163-176.
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          "Ebla", in Encyclopaedia Judaica, Second Edition, vol. 6 (Jerusalem: Keter Publishing House; Detroit: Thomson-Gale, 2007), pp. 85-87.
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        119. "The Biblical Flood Story in the Light of the Gilgameš Flood Account,"
          Ancient Near Eastern Studies, Supplement 21 = J. Azize and N. Weeks, eds., Gilgameš and the World of Assyria: Proceedings of the Conference held at Mandelbaum House, The University of Sydney, 21-23 July 2004 (Leuven: Peeters, 2007), pp. 115-127.
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          "Ancient Hebrew Morphology," in A. S. Kaye, ed., Morphologies of Asia and Africa (Winona Lake, IN: Eisenbrauns, 2007), pp. 85-105.
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          "No Stelae, No Queens: Two Issues Concerning the Kings of Israel and Judah," in D. R. Edwards and C. T. McCullough, eds., The Archaeology of Difference: Gender, Ethnicity, Class and the "Other" in Antiquity: Studies in Honor of Eric M. Meyers (The Annual of the American Schools of Oriental Research 60-61; Boston: American Schools of Oriental Research, 2007), pp. 95-107.
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          "Israel Without the Bible," in F. E. Greenspahn, ed., The Hebrew Bible: New Insights and Scholarship (Jewish Studies in the Twenty-First Century Series; New York: New York University Press, 2007), pp. 3-23.
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          " ואשב in Mesha Stele, Line 12, " Maarav 14:1 (2007), pp. 9-25.
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          "Alliteration in the Exodus Narrative ," in C. Cohen, A. V. Hurowitz, A. Hurvitz, Y. Muffs, B. J. Schwartz, and J. H. Tigay, eds., Birkat Shalom: Studies in the Bible, Ancient Near Eastern Literature, and Postbiblical Judaism Presented to Shalom M. Paul on the Occasion of His Seventieth Birthday (Winona Lake, Ind.: Eisenbrauns, 2008), pp. 83-100.
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          " pdf The Two Screens: On Mary Douglas's Proposal for a Literary Structure to the Book of Leviticus ," Jewish Studies Quarterly 15 (2008), pp. 175-189.
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          "Qeta' ha-Yovel be-Sefer Vayyiqra' (25:8-24) ke-Hibbur Tsefoni," Mehqarim be-Lašon 11-12 (2008) = Sefer ha-Yovel le-Avi Hurvitz, pp. 297-308.
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          "A Proper View of Arabic, Semitic, and More," Journal of the American Oriental Society 128 (2008), pp. 533-541 [co-authored with Aaron Rubin and John Huehnergard].
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          "Linguistic and Stylistic Notes to the Hazon Gabriel Inscription," Dead Sea Discoveries 16 (2009), pp. 107-116.
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          "Israelian Hebrew Features in Deuteronomy 33," in N. S. Fox, D. A. Glatt-Gilad, and M. J. Williams, eds. Mishneh Todah: Studies in Deuteronomy and Its Cultural Environment in Honor of Jeffrey H. Tigay (Winona Lake, IN: Eisenbrauns, 2009), pp. 167-183.
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        130. "Lashon Mebulbelet ke-Takhsis Sifruti ba-Sippur ha-Miqra'i," in S. Vargon, et al., eds., Iyyune Miqra' u-Farshanut 9 (5769) = Menahot, Yedidut, ve-Hoqra le-Moshe Garsiel (Ramat-Gan: Bar-Ilan University Press, 2009), pp. 27-43.
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          From the Desert to the Sown: Israel’s Encounter with the Land of Canaan,” in L. J. Greenspoon, ed., The Mountains Shall Drip Wine: Jews and the Environment (Studies in Jewish Civilization, volume 20; Omaha: Creighton University Press, 2009), pp. 105-128.
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          "The Siloam Tunnel Inscription: Historical and Linguistic Perspectives,” Israel Exploration Journal 60 (2010), pp. 188-203 (co-authored with William M. Schniedewind).
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          "Qumran Hebrew (with a Trial Cut [1QS])," in L. H. Schiffman and S. Tzoref, eds., The Dead Sea Scrolls at 60: Scholarly Contributions of New York University Faculty and Alumni (Studies on the Texts of the Desert of Judah 89; Leiden: Brill, 2010), pp. 217-246.
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        134. Hazon Gabriel:  A Grammatical Sketch,” in M. Henze, ed., Hazon Gabriel: New Readings of the Gabriel Revelation (Early Judaism and its Literature 29; Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2011), pp. 61-91.
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          pdf Shèng Jīng de Chuàng Shì Jì ”, Biblical Literature Studies, vol. 5(Beijing: People’s Literature Publishing House, 2011), pp. 96-117.  [= Chinese translation of “The Genesis of the Bible” (see no. 114 above)]
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        136. pdf document here
          pdf Late Biblical Hebrew in the Book of Haggai ,” in Rebecca Hasselbach and Na‘ama Pat-El, eds., Language and Nature: Papers Presented to John Huehnergard on the Occasion of his 60th Birthday (Chicago: Oriental Institute, 2012), pp. 329-344.
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          pdf Northern Hebrew through Time: From the Song of Deborah to the Mishnah ,” in Cynthia L. Miller-Naudé and Ziony Zevit, eds., Diachrony in Biblical Hebrew (Winona Lake, Ind.: Eisenbrauns, 2012), pp. 339-359.
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        138. “סָפוּן (Deut 33:21),” Hebrew Union College Annual 81 (2010) [appeared 2013], pp. 17-42.

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          pdf Addressee-switching ,” vol. 1, pp. 34-35.
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          pdf Alliteration ,” vol. 1, pp. 86-87.
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          pdf Biblical Hebrew: Dialects and Linguistic Variation ,” vol. 1, pp. 338-341.
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          pdf Culture Words: Biblical Hebrew ,” vol. 1, pp. 640-642.
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          pdf Dialects ” (co-authored with Ora Rodrigue Schwarzwald), vol. 1, p. 717.
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          pdf Diglossia: Biblical Hebrew ,” vol. 1, pp. 724-725.
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          pdf Foreigner Speech: Biblical Hebrew ,” vol. 1, pp. 903-904.
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          pdf Kinship Terms ” (co-authored with Jeremy D. Smoak), vol. 2, pp. 470-477.
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          pdf Morphology: Biblical Hebrew ,” vol. 2, pp. 721-735.
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          pdf Negation: Pre-Modern Hebrew ” (co-authored with Jacobus A. Naudé), vol. 2, pp. 801-811.
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          pdf Pentateuch, Linguistic Layers in the ,” vol. 3, pp. 60-63.
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          pdf Phoenician/Punic and Hebrew ” (co-authored with Maria Giulia Amadasi Guzzo), vol. 3, pp. 71-77.
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          pdf Phonology: Biblical Hebrew ,” vol. 3, pp. 100-109.
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          pdf Rotwelsch, Hebrew Loanwords in ” (co-authored with Robert Jütte), vol. 3, pp. 431-434.
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          pdf Shibboleth ,” vol. 3, pp. 556-557.
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          pdf Style-switching ,” vol. 3, pp. 633-636.
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          pdf Variation in Biblical Hebrew Prose and Poetry ,” in Maxine L. Grossman, ed., Built by Wisdom, Established by Understanding: Essays on Biblical and Near Eastern Literature in Honor of Adele Berlin (Bethesda, Md.: University Press of Maryland, 2013), pp. 197-226.
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        156. "The Vegetarian Ideal in the Bible," at Leqet Israel (Parashat Shemini). [see also no. 112 above]
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          pdf The Psalms as Hymns in the Temple of Jerusalem ,” in James H. Charlesworth, ed., Jesus and Temple: Textual and Archaeological Explorations (Minneapolis: Fortress, 2014), pp. 95-122.
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          pdf What We Can Learn about Other Northwest Semitic Dialects from Reading the Bible ,” in Athalya Brenner-Idan, ed., Discourse, Dialogue, and Debate in the Bible:  Essays in Honour of Frank H. Polak (Hebrew Bible Monographs 63; Amsterdam Studies in Bible and Religion 7; Sheffield: Sheffield Phoenix Press, 2014), pp. 160-178.
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          pdf Jī Ěr Jiā Měi Shí Hóng Shuĭ Gù Shì Guān Zhào Xià De Shèng Jīng Hóng Shuĭ Gù Shì ,” Biblical Literature Studies, vol. 9 (Beijing: People’s Literature Publishing House, 2014), pp. 36-53.  [= Chinese translation of “The Biblical Flood Story in the Light of the Gilgameš Flood Account,” (see no. 119 above)]
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        160. Moses the Magician,” in Thomas E. Levy, Thomas Schneider, and William H. C. Propp, eds., Israel’s Exodus in Transdisciplinary Perspective: Text, Archaeology, Culture, and Geoscience (Quantitative Methods in the Humanities and Social Sciences; Berlin: Springer, 2015), pp. 243-258.
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          pdf Gordon, Cyrus Herzl ,” Encyclopedia of the Bible and Its Reception, vol. 10 (Berlin: De Gruyter, 2015), cols. 663-664 – also available at http://www.degruyter.com/view/db/ebr?rskey=PrZJ37&result=1 for those with online access.
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          pdf The Nature of Qumran Hebrew as Revealed through Pesher Habakkuk ,” in Eibert Tigchelaar and Pierre Van Hecke, eds., Hebrew of the Late Second Temple Period: Proceedings of a Sixth Internation Symposium on the Hebrew of the Dead Sea Scrolls and Ben Sira (Studies on the Texts of the Desert of Judah 114; Leiden: Brill, 2015), pp. 132-159.
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        163. “Style-Switching in Biblical Hebrew,” in Jeremy M. Hutton and Aaron D. Rubin, eds. Epigraphy, Philology, and the Hebrew Bible: Methodological Perspectives on Philological and Comparative Study of the Hebrew Bible in Honor of Jo Ann Hackett (Ancient Near Eastern Monographs 12; Atlanta: SBL Press, 2015), pp. 65-85.
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           “ pdf תפילה לדוד: הערה קצרה ,” Oqimta: Studies in Talmudic and Rabbinic Literature 2 (5774 / 2014), pp. 41-45, online at http://www.oqimta.org.il/oqimta/5774/rendsburg2.pdf (posted December 2015).
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          pdf Repetition with Variation in Legal-Cultic Texts of the Torah ,” in Shamir Yona, Edward L. Greenstein, Mayer I. Gruber, Peter Machinist, and Shalom M. Paul, eds., Marbeh Ḥokmah: Studies in the Bible and the Ancient Near East in Loving Memory of Victor Avigdor Hurowitz (Winona Lake, Ind.: Eisenbrauns, 2015), pp. 435-463.
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        166. “Literary and Linguistic Matters in the Book of Proverbs,” in John Jarick, ed., Perspectives on Israelite Wisdom: Proceedings of the Oxford Old Testament Seminar (The Library of Hebrew Bible / Old Testament Studies 618; London: Bloomsbury T & T Clark, 2016), pp. 111-147.
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          pdf Marking Closure ,” Vetus Testamentum 66 (2016), pp. 280-303.
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          pdf Notes on 2 Kings 9:36-37 ,” Vetus Testamentum 66 (2016), pp. 317-323.
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        169. pdf The Literary Unity of the Exodus Narrative, ” in James K. Hoffmeier, Alan R. Millard, and Gary A. Rendsburg, eds., “Did I Not Bring Israel Out of Egypt?” Biblical, Archaeological, and Egyptological Perspectives on the Exodus Narratives (Bulletin for Biblical Research Supplement 13; Winona Lake, Ind.: Eisenbrauns, 2016), pp. 113-132.
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        170. " pdf Alliteration in the Book of Genesis ,” in Elizabeth R. Hayes and Karolien Vermeulen, eds., Doubling and Duplicating in the Book of Genesis: Literary and Stylistic Approaches to the Text (Winona Lake, Ind.: Eisenbrauns, 2016), pp. 79-95.
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        171. How could a Torah scroll have included the word זעטוטי?,” Textus: Annual of the Hebrew University Bible Project 26 (2016), available online at:  http://www.hum.huji.ac.il/upload/_FILE_1474293537.pdf
        172. pdf שֶׁמֶן תּוּרַק (Song 1:3) ,” in Frederick E. Greenspahn and Gary A. Rendsburg, Le-maʿan Ziony: Essays in Honor of Ziony Zevit (Eugene, Ore.: Cascade, 2017), pp. 383-396. [co-authored with Ian Young]                       [PDF used by permission of Wipf and Stock Publishers:  www.wipfandstock.com]
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        174. “The Etymology of זעטוט ‘youth, young person’,” Strasbourg Symposium Volume on the Hebrew of the Dead Sea Scrolls and Ben Sira (forthcoming).
        175. “כִּתְּבוּנָם (Hosea 13:2) – stet,” Journal of the American Oriental Society (forthcoming).
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Review Essays

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            "A Major Hebrew Dictionary Project Completed": Review of Johann Jakob Stamm, Hebräisches und aramäisches Lexikon zum Alten Testament von Ludwig Koehler und Walter Baumgartner, Volume IV, in AJS Review 18 (1993), pp. 95-102.
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            "Review Essay of Donald B. Redford, Egypt, Canaan, and Israel in Ancient Times": Review of Donald B. Redford, Egypt, Canaan, and Israel in Ancient Times, in Jacob Neusner, ed., Approaches to Ancient Judaism, New Series, Volume 7 (South Florida Studies in the History of Judaism, Number 110) (Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1995), pp. 203-214.
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            "The Sheffield Dictionary of Classical Hebrew": Review of D. J. A. Clines, ed., The Dictionary of Classical Hebrew, Volume I, in AJS Review 21 (1996), pp. 111-118.
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            "Semitic Words in Egyptian Texts": Review of James E. Hoch, Semitic Words in Egyptian Texts of the New Kingdom and Third Intermediate Period, in Journal of the American Oriental Society 116 (1996), pp. 508-511. [PDF used with permission granted by the American Oriental Society]
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            "Lipiński's Semitic Languages": Review of Edward Lipiński, Semitic Languages: Outline of a Comparative Grammar, in Jewish Quarterly Review 90 (2000), pp. 419-438.
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          6. Review Essay of Stefan Weninger, et al., eds. The Semitic Languages. An International Handbook, in Bibliotheca Orientalis 70 (2013), cols. 154-171.
            Available online at: http://poj.peeters-leuven.be/content.php?url=journal&journal_code=BIOR

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            Frederick E. Greenspahn, Hapax Legomena in Biblical Hebrew, in Jewish Quarterly Review 75 (1985), pp. 410-412.
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            Robert M. Good, The Sheep of His Pasture: A Study of the Hebrew Noun 'Am(m) and Its Semitic Cognates, in Journal of the American Oriental Society 107 (1987), pp. 558-559.
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            Nahman Avigad, Hebrew Bullae from the Time of Jeremiah: Remnants of a Burnt Archive, in Journal of the American Oriental Society 108 (1988), p. 663.
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            Jaakov Levi, Die Inkongruenz im biblischen Hebräisch, in Journal of Biblical Literature 108 (1989), pp. 499-501.
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            Joel Rosenberg, King and Kin: Political Allegory in the Hebrew Bible, in Journal of the American Oriental Society 109 (1989), pp. 294-295.
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            Thomas L. Thompson, The Origin Traditions of Ancient Israel: I. The Literary Formation of Genesis and Exodus 1-23, in Journal of the American Oriental Society 110 (1990), p. 160.
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            David Toshio Tsumura, The Earth and the Waters in Genesis 1 and 2: A Linguistic Investigation, in Journal of Biblical Literature 110 (1991), pp. 136-138.
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            Edward M. Cook, ed., Sopher Mahir: Northwest Semitic Studies Presented to Stanislav Segert, in Journal of the American Oriental Society 113 (1993), pp. 612-613.
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            Shalom M. Paul, Amos: A Commentary on the Book of Amos, in AJS Review 19 (1994), pp. 244-247.
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            D. R. G. Beattie, The Targum of Ruth: Translated, with Introduction, Apparatus, and Notes, and J. Stanley McIvor, The Targum of Chronicles: Translated, with Introduction, Apparatus, and Notes, in Journal of Biblical Literature 114 (1995), pp. 545-547.
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            Menahem Cohen, Miqra'ot Gedolot Ha-Keter: Joshua-Judges, in AJS Review 20 (1995), pp. 172-175.
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            Shemaryahu Talmon, Literary Studies in the Hebrew Bible, Form and Content: Collected Studies, in Journal of the American Oriental Society 115 (1995), pp. 520-521.
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            Bernard Grossfeld, The Targum Sheni to the Book of Esther: A Critical Edition Based on MS. Sassoon 282 with Critical Apparatus, in AJS Review 21 (1996), pp. 139-142.
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            Elisha Qimron and John Strugnell, Qumran Cave 4:V : Miqcat Ma'ase ha-Torah, in AJS Review 21 (1996), pp. 145-148.
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            James H. Charlesworth, The Dead Sea Scrolls: Hebrew, Aramaic, and Greek Texts with English Translations, Volume 1, in AJS Review 21 (1996), pp. 386-389.
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            Zvi and Shifra Rin, 'Alilot ha-'Elim: Kol Shirot 'Ugarit, on H-Judaic (electronic network) (posted July 1997).
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            Anson F. Rainey, Canaanite in the Amarna Tablets: A Linguistic Analysis of the Mixed Dialect used by Scribes from Canaan, 4 vols., in AJS Review 23 (1998), pp. 245-247.
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            John R. Huddlestun, ed., Divine Commitment and Human Obligation: Selected Writings of David Noel Freedman, 2 vols. in Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research 310 (1998), pp. 92-94.
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            Martin McNamara and Ernest G. Clarke, Targum Neofiti 1: Numbers / Targum Pseudo-Jonathan: Numbers, in Journal of Biblical Literature 117 (1998), p. 547.
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Letters-to-the-Editor

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          2. "The Birthplace of Abraham," Jerusalem Post, April 8, 1991, p. 10 (appeared also in Jerusalem Post International Edition, April 20, 1991).
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          6. " pdf  Response to 'Writing God's Name' ," Biblical Archaeology Review 37:5 (September-October 2011), pp. 10-11.
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  1. Moabite,” in Murray Spiegel and Rickey Stein, 300 Ways to Ask the Four Questions: From Zulu to Abkhaz (Roseland, N.J.: Spiegel-Stein Publishing, 2007), p. 40.

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