Studia Biblica Slovaca 10 (1/2018)

In the first volume of the jubilee StBiSl 10 (2018), there are five scholarly essays, dealing with subjects from the Old and New Testament as well as from linguistics:

  • KELLENBERGER, Edgar: Asenat. Why Have the Tribes of Ephraim and Manasseh an Egyptian Ancestress? (pp. 1-11)
  • LOZINSKYY, Hryhoriy: Theological Exegesis in LXX? Exod 24:9-11 as a Case in Question (pp. 12-39)
  • LUPO, Angela Maria: God’s Curse in the Hanged Man. Crux interpretum in Deut 21:23 (pp. 40-59)
  • MUDROŇ, Jaroslav: Hearer’s Response to Jesus’ Aramaic in Mark (pp. 60-75)
  • PANCZOVÁ, Helena: Greek Superscriptions of Psalms. Problem of the Linguistic Interpretation of Isolated Elements (pp. 76-88).

The issue includes also the usual rubrics – reviews, abstracts, and news. You can find the complete content of the whole issue together and the summaries here.

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