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"What Mean these Stones?" (Joshua 4:6, 21)
Essays on Texts, Philology, and Archaeology in Honour of Anthony J. Frendo


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Editors:  Mizzi D., Vella N.C., Zammit M.R.
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Year: 2017
ISBN: 978-90-429-3419-1
Pages: VI-286 p.
Price: 115 EURO


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Summary:
This volume is dedicated to Anthony J. Frendo, professor of Near Eastern Archaeology and Hebrew Bible at the University of Malta, and it contains papers presented by his colleagues, students, and friends. Frendo has dedicated the largest part of his academic career - in print as well as in class - to exploring the relationship between text and artefact. Appropriately, therefore, many of the collected essays operate at this interface between disciplines while focusing on a diverse array of material, such as Hebrew, Aramaic, and Punic epigraphy, Phoenician/Punic textual and material culture, ancient Near Eastern archaeology, biblical texts, the Dead Sea Scrolls, as well as elements from Maltese archaeology, including a cuneiform inscription found at a local sanctuary at Tas-Silg.


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