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Hezekiah in history and tradition, by Robb Andrew Young

Label
Hezekiah in history and tradition
Title
Hezekiah in history and tradition
Statement of responsibility
by Robb Andrew Young
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
This study draws upon the biblical books of Kings, First Isaiah and Chronicles, in conjunction with Assyrian records and ancient Near Eastern archaeology, in order to provide an updated historical reconstruction of the influential Judean monarch Hezekiah
Member of
Cataloging source
E7B
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Young, Robb Andrew
Dewey number
222/.54092
Index
index present
LC call number
BS580.H4
LC item number
Y68 2012eb
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
Series statement
Supplements to Vetus Testamentum,
Series volume
v. 155
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  • Hezekiah
  • Jews
  • Hezekiah
  • RELIGION
  • History of Biblical events
  • History of contemporary events
  • Jews
Label
Hezekiah in history and tradition, by Robb Andrew Young
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Acknowledgements; Abbreviations; Introduction; Part One Hezekiah via Extra-Biblical Material; Chapter One Regnal Years and Lineage; 1.1. The Regnal Years of Hezekiah; 1.1.1. Overview; 1.1.2. The Date of the Fall of Samaria; 1.1.3. The Date of the Fall of Jerusalem; 1.1.4. Regnal Years of the Latter Kings of Judah; 1.2. The Lineage of Hezekiah; 1.2.1. Relationship to Ahaz; 1.2.2. Relationship to Ataliah; 1.3. Conclusion; Chapter Two The Kingdom of Judah; 2.1. Assyrian Relations; 2.2. The Urbanization of Jerusalem; 2.3. The Siloam Tunnel; 2.4. The LMLK Seals; 2.5. Conclusion
  • Chapter Three Sennacherib's Third Campaign3.1. Archaeological Evidence; 3.2. The Number of Assyrian Campaigns; 3.3. Taharqo; 3.4. Historical Reconstruction; 3.5. Conclusion; Part Two Hezekiah in the Book of Kings and First Isaiah; Chapter Four The Religious Reform; 4.1. Archaeological Evidence; 4.1.1. Arad; 4.1.2. Beer-sheba; 4.1.3. Lachish; 4.2. Biblical Evidence; 4.2.1. The Report in 2 Kgs 18:4; 4.2.2. The Report in 2 Kgs 18:22; 4.3. The Social Setting of the Reform; 4.4. Conclusion; Chapter Five The Relationship between 2 Kgs 18:13-20:19 and Isa 36-39; 5.1. Relative Priority of the Texts
  • 5.1.1. Annalistic Account A (2 Kgs 18:13-16)5.1.2. Prophetic Account B (2 Kgs 18:17-19:37 / Isa 36-37); 5.1.3. Hezekiah and Isaiah (2 Kgs 20 / Isa 38-39); 5.2. Editing of the Texts; 5.2.1. Source Division; 5.2.2. Literary Analysis; 5.2.3. The Secondary Nature of "The Fourteenth Year"; 5.3. Conclusion; Chapter Six The Mesianic Oracles in First Isaiah; 6.1. Isa 8:23-9:6; 6.1.1. Overview; 6.1.2. Literary Extent and Structure; 6.1.3. Tense/Aspect Analysis; 6.1.4. Translation; 6.1.5. Function of Isa 9:5-6; 6.1.6. Literary and Historical Context; 6.2. Isa 11:1-9; 6.2.1. Overview
  • 6.2.2. Literary Extent6.2.3. The Significance of the "Shoot"; 6.2.4. Literary and Historical Context; 6.3. Isa 7 and the Sign of Immanuel; 6.3.1. Overview; 6.3.2. The Identity of Immanuel; 6.4. Conclusion; Part Three Hezekiah in Chronicles; Chapter Seven The Historical Reliability of 2 Chr 29-30; 7.1. The Rededication of the Temple (2 Chr 29); 7.1.1. Authorship; 7.1.2. Material; 7.2. The Passover (2 Chr 30); 7.2.1. Summary Statement; 7.2.2. Other Historical Objections; 7.2.3. Correspondence to Josiah's Passover and Deuteronomy; 7.2.4. Source Material; 7.2.5. The Second Month; 7.3. Conclusion
  • Chapter Eight The Historical Reliability of 2 Chr 31-328.1. The Reform and the Portions (2 Chr 31); 8.1.1. The Reform; 8.1.2. Distribution of the Portions; 8.1.3. Historical Analysis of the Portions; 8.2. The Invasion of Sennacherib (2 Chr 32); 8.2.1. Hezekiah's Defensive Measures (vv 3-6); 8.2.2. Hezekiah's Achievements (vv 27-30); 8.3. Conclusion; Chapter Nine Hezekiah as a Second David/Solomon; 9.1. The Dynastic Promises to David and Solomon; 9.1.1. Conditional and Unconditional Material; 9.1.2. The Depiction of Solomon; 9.2. The Pro-Solomonic Source of Chronicles
Control code
797843250
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xvii, 367 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9789004229518
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)797843250
Label
Hezekiah in history and tradition, by Robb Andrew Young
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Acknowledgements; Abbreviations; Introduction; Part One Hezekiah via Extra-Biblical Material; Chapter One Regnal Years and Lineage; 1.1. The Regnal Years of Hezekiah; 1.1.1. Overview; 1.1.2. The Date of the Fall of Samaria; 1.1.3. The Date of the Fall of Jerusalem; 1.1.4. Regnal Years of the Latter Kings of Judah; 1.2. The Lineage of Hezekiah; 1.2.1. Relationship to Ahaz; 1.2.2. Relationship to Ataliah; 1.3. Conclusion; Chapter Two The Kingdom of Judah; 2.1. Assyrian Relations; 2.2. The Urbanization of Jerusalem; 2.3. The Siloam Tunnel; 2.4. The LMLK Seals; 2.5. Conclusion
  • Chapter Three Sennacherib's Third Campaign3.1. Archaeological Evidence; 3.2. The Number of Assyrian Campaigns; 3.3. Taharqo; 3.4. Historical Reconstruction; 3.5. Conclusion; Part Two Hezekiah in the Book of Kings and First Isaiah; Chapter Four The Religious Reform; 4.1. Archaeological Evidence; 4.1.1. Arad; 4.1.2. Beer-sheba; 4.1.3. Lachish; 4.2. Biblical Evidence; 4.2.1. The Report in 2 Kgs 18:4; 4.2.2. The Report in 2 Kgs 18:22; 4.3. The Social Setting of the Reform; 4.4. Conclusion; Chapter Five The Relationship between 2 Kgs 18:13-20:19 and Isa 36-39; 5.1. Relative Priority of the Texts
  • 5.1.1. Annalistic Account A (2 Kgs 18:13-16)5.1.2. Prophetic Account B (2 Kgs 18:17-19:37 / Isa 36-37); 5.1.3. Hezekiah and Isaiah (2 Kgs 20 / Isa 38-39); 5.2. Editing of the Texts; 5.2.1. Source Division; 5.2.2. Literary Analysis; 5.2.3. The Secondary Nature of "The Fourteenth Year"; 5.3. Conclusion; Chapter Six The Mesianic Oracles in First Isaiah; 6.1. Isa 8:23-9:6; 6.1.1. Overview; 6.1.2. Literary Extent and Structure; 6.1.3. Tense/Aspect Analysis; 6.1.4. Translation; 6.1.5. Function of Isa 9:5-6; 6.1.6. Literary and Historical Context; 6.2. Isa 11:1-9; 6.2.1. Overview
  • 6.2.2. Literary Extent6.2.3. The Significance of the "Shoot"; 6.2.4. Literary and Historical Context; 6.3. Isa 7 and the Sign of Immanuel; 6.3.1. Overview; 6.3.2. The Identity of Immanuel; 6.4. Conclusion; Part Three Hezekiah in Chronicles; Chapter Seven The Historical Reliability of 2 Chr 29-30; 7.1. The Rededication of the Temple (2 Chr 29); 7.1.1. Authorship; 7.1.2. Material; 7.2. The Passover (2 Chr 30); 7.2.1. Summary Statement; 7.2.2. Other Historical Objections; 7.2.3. Correspondence to Josiah's Passover and Deuteronomy; 7.2.4. Source Material; 7.2.5. The Second Month; 7.3. Conclusion
  • Chapter Eight The Historical Reliability of 2 Chr 31-328.1. The Reform and the Portions (2 Chr 31); 8.1.1. The Reform; 8.1.2. Distribution of the Portions; 8.1.3. Historical Analysis of the Portions; 8.2. The Invasion of Sennacherib (2 Chr 32); 8.2.1. Hezekiah's Defensive Measures (vv 3-6); 8.2.2. Hezekiah's Achievements (vv 27-30); 8.3. Conclusion; Chapter Nine Hezekiah as a Second David/Solomon; 9.1. The Dynastic Promises to David and Solomon; 9.1.1. Conditional and Unconditional Material; 9.1.2. The Depiction of Solomon; 9.2. The Pro-Solomonic Source of Chronicles
Control code
797843250
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xvii, 367 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9789004229518
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)797843250

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