The Spirit and the Word: Prophecy and Tradition in Ancient Israel

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Index of Ancient Sources

HEBREW
BIBLE
Genesi
1 7
4:3-5 116
12:10-20 129
20:1-18 129
26:7-11 I29
Exodus
4:1-5 105
7:14-24 105
8:16-19 tog
17:14 3
18:14-27 105
18:26 107
20:5-6 151
20:22—23:33 109
20:22—23:19 23
21:2 151
24:8 105
33:7-11 tog
33:20 94
34:28 156
Leviticus
14:6-7 155
Numbers
12:6-8 105
22-24 40
23-24 43
23:1-4 110
23:1-3 115
23:14-15 no, 115
23:29-30 no, 115
24:3 118
24:4 111, 118
27:21 100
Deuteronomy
4:6 151
5:9-10 151
18:9-22 104
18:15 tog
34:1o 105
Joshua
9:1-27 20
10:10 128
10:16-27 128
Judges
5 118
17:6 129
18:30 tog
1 Samuel
3:21 104
9 8, 104
9:9 104, 129
9:15 119
10:1b 41
10:5-6 112
10:5 no, 111,
112, 114
10:10-13 112
11 8
13-14 8
13:7b-15a 104
13:9-10 106
14:3 105
14:18-19 105
14:36-42 107
14:36-37 107
14:37 105
14:41-42 105, 107
15 109
15:1-35 104
15:22-23 43
15:32-33 109
19:18-24 112
19:19 110
19:20 105, 112
22:18 105
23:2-5 107
23:2b 41,42
23:4b 41
23:9-14 107
23:12b 41,42
24 26
26 2(3

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