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Dress and clothing in the Hebrew Bible : "for all her household are clothed in crimson"

Antonios Finitsis (Editor)
eBook, English, 2019
T & T Clark, London, 2019
Criticism, interpretation, etc
1 online resource (1 volume) : illustrations (black and white)
9780567689764, 9780567686411, 056768976X, 0567686418
List of figures and tablesForeword
Alicia Batten, University of Waterloo, CanadaAcknowledgmentsAbbreviationsList of contributors1. Introduction
Antonios Finitsis, Pacific Lutheran University, USA 2. YHWH's Clothing, Kingship, and Power: Origins and Vestiges in Comparative Ancient Near Eastern Contexts
Shawn W. Flynn, St. Joseph's College, University of Alberta, Canada 3. Between Two Worlds: The Functional and Symbolic Significance of the High Priestly Regalia
Carmen Joy Imes, Prairie College, Canada 4. Apotropaic Accessories: The People's Tassels and the High Priest's Rosette
Joshua Joel Spoelstra, Stellenbosch University, South Africa 5. Tamar and Tamar: Clothing as Deception and Defiance
Sara M. Koenig, Seattle Pacific University, USA 6. Is Saul Among the Philistines? A Portrayal of Israel's First and Flawed King
Sean E. Cook, Mount Royal University, Canada 7. The Emperor and His Clothing: David Robed and Unrobed before the Ark and Michal
Ian D. Wilson, University of Alberta, Canada 8. Disrobing an Isaianic Metaphor (Robe of Righteousness) as Power-Transfer in Isaiah 61:10
Scott Starbuck, Gonzaga University, USA 9. Were YHWH's Clothes Worth Remembering and Thinking About Among the Literati of Late Persian/Early Hellenistic Judah/Yehud? Observations and Considerations
Ehud Ben Zvi, University of Alberta, Canada BibliographyIndex of referencesIndex of SourcesIndex of Terms