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Balaam text from Deir ʻAlla re-evaluated

proceedings of the international symposium held at Leiden, 21-24 August 1989

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Published by E.J. Brill in Leiden, New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Dayr ʻAllā, Tall (Jordan),
  • Jordan,
  • Dayr ʻAllā, Tall
    • Subjects:
    • Balaam (Biblical figure) -- Congresses.,
    • Inscriptions, Aramaic -- Jordan -- Dayr ʻAllā, Tall -- Congresses.,
    • Canaanites -- Religion -- Congresses.,
    • Dayr ʻAllā, Tall (Jordan) -- Congresses.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references.

      Statementedited by J. Hoftijzer and G. van der Kooij.
      ContributionsHoftijzer, J., Kooij, G. van der.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsPJ5209.B35 B35 1991
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxi, 324 p. :
      Number of Pages324
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1866707M
      ISBN 109004093176
      LC Control Number90024828

      Hoftijzer, J. and van der Kooij, G. (ed.): The Balaam Text from Deir 'Alla Re-evaluated. Proceedings of the International Symposium held at Leiden August Leiden, E. J. Brill xi + pp. In plaster inscriptions were discovered by HJ. FRANKEN at Deir 'Alla in the Jordan Valley. In they were published by J. HOFTIJZER. The Balaam Text from Deir 'Alla Re-evaluated: Proceedings of the International Symposium, Leiden, August (ed. J. Hoftijzer and G. van der Kooij; Leiden: Brill, ) (hereafter called Balaam Text.

      See also Jo Ann Hackett, Balaam Text from Deir 'Alla. Chico, Cal.: Scholars Press, And see also J. Hoftijzer & G. van der Kooij, The Balaam Text from Deir `Alla Re-evaluated: Proceedings of the International Symposium Held at Leiden, August New York: E.J. Brill, Biblical.   This is a detail of the so-called "Bal'am Text" (also Balaam Inscription) which was discovered in CE at Tell Deir Alla, in modern-day Balqa Governorate, Jordan. It was written in around BCE. It was written in black and red ink on wall plaster. The text displays linguistic features that can be assigned to Aramaic, Canaanite, Ammonite.

      The fascinating story of Balak and Balaam ’s failed attempts to curse the Jewish people is found in Numbers The Torah records how, after being thoroughly humiliated by his talking donkey, Balaam, the non-Jewish sorcerer and prophet commissioned by Balak King of Moab to curse the Jews, found himself incapable of cursing them. Instead, he bestowed on the Jews four tremendous blessings. Jo Ann Hackett, The Balaam Text from Deir `Alla (Chico, ). Jo Ann Hackett, "Observations on the Balaam Inscription at Deir `Alla," Biblical Archeological Review , Alexander Rofé, The Book of Balaam (Jerusalem, ).


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Balaam text from Deir ʻAlla re-evaluated Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Balaam text, written in ink on wall plaster, was discovered during archaeological excavations at Deir 'Alla in the Jordan Valley in and published in by Brill ("Aramaic Texts from Deir 'Alla").

The importance of this badly damaged inscription, which is dated either "ca." BC or the first half of the 8th century BC, was clear from the beginning and many studies have been. Weippert, Manfred, "The Balaam Text from Deir 'Alla and the Study of the Old Testament," pp.

–84 in The Balaam Text from Deir 'Alla Re-evaluated: Proceedings of the International Symposium Held at Leiden, 21–24 August(Leiden: Brill, ). Get this from a library. The Balaam text from Deir ʻAlla re-evaluated: proceedings of the international symposium held at Leiden, August [J Hoftijzer; G van der Kooij;].

The Balaam text, written in ink on wall plaster, was discovered during archaeological excavations at Deir 'Alla in the Jordan Valley in and published in by Brill (Aramaic Texts from Deir 'Alla).The importance of this badly damaged inscription, which is dated either ca.

BC or the first half of the 8th century BC, was clear from the beginning and many studies have been published. : The Balaam Text from Deir 'alla Re-Evaluated: Proceedings of the Symposium Held at Leiden, August (Ancient Near East) (): Hoftijzer, Kooij: Books. Balaam and the angel, painting from Gustav Jaeger, Balaam (/ ˈ b eɪ l æ m /; Hebrew: בִּלְעָם ‎, Standard Bilʻam Tiberian Bilʻām) is a diviner in the Torah (Old Testament) whose story begins in Chapter 22 of the Book of Numbers ().Every ancient reference to Balaam considers him a non-Israelite, a prophet, and the son of Beor, though Beor is not clearly identified.

The Balaam Text from Deir 'Alla Re-evaluated: Proceedings of the International Symposium Held at Leiden, 21–24 August Leiden: Brill, Lemaire, André.

“Fragments from the Book Balaam text from Deir ʻAlla re-evaluated book Balaam Found at Deir Alla: Text foretells cosmic disaster.” Biblical Archaeology Rev no. 5 (Sep/Oct ): Levine, Baruch A.

Question: "Who was Balaam in the Bible?" Answer: Balaam was a wicked prophet in the Bible and is noteworthy because, although he was a wicked prophet, he was not a false prophet.

That is, Balaam did hear from God, and God did give him some true prophecies to speak. However, Balaam’s heart was not right with God, and eventually he showed his true colors by betraying Israel and leading.

I n an unprecedented discovery, an ancient text found at Deir Alla, Jordan, in tells about the activities of a prophet named this be the Balaam of the Old Testament. The text makes it clear that it is.

Three times in the first four lines he is referred to as “Balaam son of Beor,” exactly as in the represents the first Old Testament prophet to be dug up in Bible. - The Balaam Text from Deir ʻAlla Re-evaluated: Proceedings of the edited by Jacob Hoftijzer, Gerrit Van der Kooij, p "One of the oldest sources of female hirsutism, can be found in connection with the Babylonian goddess Ishtar, who was regarded as the queen of heaven and of the stars.

Numbers tells the story of the prophet Balaam, son of Beor. The children of Israel had finally entered the Promised Land and were conquering the inhabitants of the land one after another. The Moabites, fearing they would be next, hired Balaam to curse the children of Israel.

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Hardcover. $ The Balaam Text from Deir 'Alla Re-evaluated: Proceedings of the International Symposium Held at Leiden, 21–24 August(Leiden: Brill, ). Below are excerpts from Combination 1, according to Jo Ann Hacket’s translation (see above, p.

29): (1) The account of [Balaam. Balaam son of Beor is known to us not only from the Hebrew Bible but also from an inscription, found in in Jordan, that can be dated to the eighth century B.C.E.

According to the lengthy account in the biblical book of Numbers (chapters 22–24), which likely consists of two or more combined literary traditions, Balak, the king of Moab, is frightened by reports of the approaching.

The Balaam text from Deir ʻAlla re-evaluated: proceedings of the international symposium held at Leiden, August by J Hoftijzer (Book) A sermon delivered at New-Braintree, Aug on the general fast, occasioned by a declaration of war against Great-Britain by John Fiske ().

Translation follows, line by line. The text was written with red and black ink on the plaster. Red letters below correspond to the words found written in red on the plaster.

The translation is adapted from Hoftijzer, J., and G. Van der Kooij, eds. "The Balaam text from Deir 'Alla re-evaluated" (), p.and from Lemaire, p. The Balaam text from Deir ʻAlla re-evaluated: proceedings of the international symposium held at Leiden, August / Published: () The Balaam text from Deir ʻAllā / By: Hackett, Jo Ann.

Published: () Aramaic texts from Deir ʻAlla / Published: (). Story of Balaam. The story of Balaam son of Beor is known mostly from Numbers 22–24 in the Hebrew Bible and from the plaster text from Tell Deir Alla (Sukkoth). He was remembered as a religious leader/diviner from the area of Moab.

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[1] There is some discussion regarding the original placement of the plaster. Some suggest that it was on a wall and other suggest that it may have been part of a stele. See Gerrit van der Kooij, “Book and Script at Deir 'Alla,” in The Balaam Text from Deir 'Alla Re-Evaluated: Proceedings of the International Symposium Held at Leiden Augusted.

Hoftijzer and G. Van Der Kooij. The Balaam Text from Deir ʻAlla Re-evaluated: Proceedings of the International Symposium Kidarites (3, words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article find links to article when a group of military experts arrived to the court of Kunkhas at Balaam (either the same city as Balkh or a city in Sogdia), they were either killed.The grouping, supported by Semiticists like Robert Hetzron and John Huehnergard, divides the Semitic language family into two branches: Eastern and Western.

The East Semitic languages consist of the extinct Eblaite and Akkadian languages, while the remaining majority of Semitic languages form the West Semitic languages grouping.

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