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By Frank Moore Cross

Directed towards a synthesis of the historical past of the faith of Israel, the essays during this quantity deal with key features of Israelite non secular improvement. Frank Moore go strains the continuities among early Israelite faith and the Caananite tradition from which it emerged, explores the stress among the mythic and the ancient in Israel's spiritual expression, and examines the reemergence of Caananite mythic fabric within the apocalypticism of early Christianity and the lifeless Sea Scrolls.

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Daniel 7. 25 20. KAI, 26A III, 18; 129, 1. "· Mitteilungen des Instituts fur Orien~rorschung (1953), pp. 125-150; and the discussion of Pope, E/ in the Ugaritic Texts. pp. 52-54. To his comments we should add only that the god kinniir, Akk. ki-narum, now appears in 'a pantheon list, Ugaritica V, No. 18, 31, and pp. 59f. 21. 38. 22. 66; cr. 10. 23. ), 6; cf. Jer. 10:10. " HTR, 55 rt962], 236). The title is also used of Amenophis HI in PRU, V. 9. 24. 49: etc. That snnz appears here should not occasion surprise.

Pope. EI in the Ugaritic Texts. VT Suppl. 2 (Leiden. 1955). 2. The best critical text is that of K. , Eusebius Werke. vol. 8, part I, Die Praeparatio evangelica (Berlin. 10. 1-44 (hereafter referred to as Praep. ). Cf. C. Clemen. Die phiinikische Religion nach Philo von Byblos (Leipzig, J. C. Hinrichs Verlag, 1939); O. Eissfeldt, Ras Schamra und Sanchunjaton (Halle. Niemeyer. 1939): Sanchunjaton von Berut und lIulnilku von Ugarit (Halle. Niemeyer. 1952). The most thoroughgoing recent study of Sakkunyaton is the unpublished Harvard dissertation of Lynn R.

39. 4-6, and bibliography): etc. 40. , Text 128 (Diringer), pI. 38, 295. Cf. the Amenophis II seal, Rowe S. 37 (Alan Rowe, A Catalogue of Egyptian Scarabs [Cairo, Imp. de I'Institut franGais d'archeologie orientale, 1936]), which bears a representation of Ptab, and a hieroglyphic inscription ptb. 41. Albright, The Proto-Sinaitic Inscriptions, p. 22, reads d gnt. In the photograph I see only d gt and prefer the assimilated form. At Sinai there are both assimilated and unassimilated nuns. 42. 4).

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