Lewis, "Job 19 in the Light of the Ketef Hinnom
Inscriptions and Amulets" (pp.
He's like a contemporary Peter Gabriel, able to create beautiful piano ballads like Wash with the David Bowie-tinged synth of Hinnom
The word here, which tends to be translated as "hell," is actually Gahenna or the valley of Hinnom
Hinnom was located "at the end of the valley of giants," the Valley of Rephaim.
At the south side of the Valley of Hinnom was a Potter's Field, the Akeldama or field of blood where Judas hanged himself (Matthew 27:7-8), and Horwood's map of 1799 places Lambeth's "Potters Fields" immediately north of Paradise Row, east of the inner court of Lambeth Palace (note J 78:25-27 and J 18:22).
Rich in examples cited from hundreds of verses, and systematic in presentation and argumentation, the volume includes a wealth of bibliographical intelligence, much technical data, and an attractive selection of plates illustrating texts that range from the one discovered in Ketef Hinnom
in Jerusalem and dated to the seventh pre-Christian century to that favoured by the Hebrew University Bible Project in Jerusalem in 1975-81.
The festival opened last week at the Jerusalem Cinematheque, which from its breathtaking perch above the Valley of Hinnom
, across from the Old City walls, regularly serves as this complicated city's greatest cultural refuge.
2009 (Hebrew seal depicting an Assyrian-like archer); Stern 2001: 341 (Assyrian-type clay coffins from Ketef Hinnom
, but probably dating from the Neo-Babylonian period).
The Jerusalem archaeological park extends to the area south and east of the temple mount, including the Mount of Olives, the city occupied by David, and the Hinnom
The qds bowls have been cited in relation to some of the P materials (Barkay 1990: 128-29), as have the Ketef Hinnom amulets (Barkay 1992; Barkay et al.
The Priestly Benediction on Silver Plaques: The Significance of the Discovery at Ketef Hinnom.
The evidence for epigraphic Hebrew has grown steadily this century, most recently through the publication of the Ketef Hinnom
silver plaques, containing the biblical priestly blessing (1986), and the Moussaieff ostraca (1997).