The Crisis of Israelite Religion: Transformation of Religious Tradition in Exilic and Post-Exilic Times

By Bob Becking; Marjo C. A. Korpel | Go to book overview

Index of Subjects
Abraham 80f., 96, 124f.
Abraham story 88
Achaemenid 145, 150f., 158,
Court Style 161, 174, 176
Ahura Mazda 100
Amun 187
anadiplosis 213
ancestors, see figurines
aniconism 24f., 101, 244
Antiochus III 27
Antiochus IV 205f.
anzû 159
apathy 91, 94
apostasy 91
Arad, see temple
archaeology 135f.
Artaxerxes I 260, 264
Artaxerxes II 260
Asherah 4, 49f., 61, 64, 240, 245, 247, 249, 252
assimilation 82
‘Ashtart 50, 245, 250ff.
astral symbol 154, 168
authorization, imperial 2f.
ayatollah 128
Azeka 168f., 173
Baal 50, 245, 254; see also religion
bamah 237, 247, 252
Behistun/Bisotun 138
— inscription 2
belief system 256ff., 262–287
Bes 143
boundaries of the community 269
bronzes 136
bull, winged 154, 160
bullae 134
— from Samaria 134
— from Wadi ed-Daliyeh 134, 141, 153
Cambyses 194
captivity 40, 62
centralization 62, 64
chaos 189f.
Chemosh 23f., 245f., 248
child sacrifice 64, 72, 77
Chronicles,
—, Babylonian 16
—, Books of 5, 7, 33–44
—, Samaritan 15ff.
Chronistic history 35, 259
circumcision 243f.
coinage 19f., 28, 176–179, 181, 255
—, provincial 177
confession 287
conoid 148ff., 152, 156
continuity 9, 30, 33
corporate personality 100
covenant 53, 59, 92, 99f.
—, Book of the 71
creator 82f., 96f., 104
crescent 154, 168
crown 143, 149, 154, 156f., 163, 178, 233; see also kidaris
— of Egypt 165f.
cult 62, 89, 96, 199, 234, 236, 249
— of the dead 244
— of the Second Temple 28
— statue 238
Cyrus, 1f., 35, 260, 264
—, decree of 20f., 34f., 43, 194, 235, 263, 272
Dagan 245
Darics 176; see also coinage

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