Ancient Israel: Its Life and Institutions

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BIBLIOGRAPHY

ABBREVIATIONS
AASOR Annual of the American Schools of Oriental Research.
AfO Archiv für Orientforschung.
AJSL American Journal of Semitic Languages and Literatures.
BASOR Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research.
BIFAO Bulletin de l'Institut Français d'Archéologie Orientale ( Cairo).
BJPES Bulletin of the Jewish Palestine Exploration Society.
BJRL Bulletin of the John Rylands Library ( Manchester).
HTR Harvard Theological Review.
HUCA Hebrew Union College Annual.
IEJ Israel Exploration Journal.
JAOS Journal of the American Oriental Society.
JBL Journal of Biblical Literature.
JNES Journal of Near Eastern Studies.
JPOS Journal of the Palestine Oriental Society.
JQR Jewish Quarterly Review.
JTS Journal of Theological Studies.
PEQ Palestine Exploration Quarterly.
PJB Palästinajahrbuch.
RB Revue Biblique.
RHPR Revue d'Histoire et de Philosophie Religieuses.
TLZ Theologische Literaturzeitung.
VT Vetus Testamentum.
ZA Zeitschrift für Assyriologie und verwandte Gebiete.
ZAW Zeitschrift für die Alttestamentliche Wissenschaft.
ZDMG Zeitschrift der Deutschen Morgenländischen Gesellschaft.
ZDPV Zeitschrift der Deutschen Palästina-Vereins.

INTRODUCTION NOMADISM AND ITS SURVIVAL

On the tribal organization of the Arabs:

F. WĩSTENFELD, Genealogische Tabellen der Arabischen Stämme und Familien, Göttingen, 1852.

W. ROBERTSON SMITH, Kinship and Marriage in Early Arabia, London, 1885; 3rd edition, 1903. Very important review by TH. NOLDEKE, in ZDMG, XL, 1886, 148-87.

I. GOLDZIHER, "Das Arabische Stämmewesen und der Islam", in his Muhammedanische Studien, I, Halle, 1889, 40-100.

A. JAUSSEN, Coutumes Arabes au pays de Moab, Paris, 1908; re-ed. 1948.

A. JAUSSEN, "Coutumes des Fuqara", in A. JAUSSEN and R. SAVIGNAC, Mission Archéologique en Arabie, III, Paris, 1920.

A. MUSIL, The Manners and Customs of the Rwala Beduins, New York, 1928.

T. ASHKENAZI, Tribus semi-nomades de la Palestine du Nord, Paris, 1938.

H. CHARLES, Tribus moutonnières du Moyen-Euphrate, Damascus, 1939.

H. CHARLES, La sédentarisation entre Euphrate et Balik, Beyrouth, 1942.

M. VON OPPENHEIM, Die Beduinenx, Leipzig-Wiesbaden. Three volumes have appeared; vol. V is to give a general résumé, but the author has already summarized his views in vol. I, 1939, 22-36. With this one should read the article by his collaborator E. BRAUNLICH, "Beiträge zur Gesellschaftsordnung der arabischen Beduinenstämme", published in Islamica, VI, 1934, 68-111; 182-229.

R. MONTAGNE, La civilisation du désert, Paris, 1947.

B. COUROYER, "Histoire d'une tribu semi-nomade de Palestine", in RB, LVIII, 1951, 75-91.

J. SONNEN, Die Beduinen am See Genesareth, Cologne, 1952.

J. R. KUPPER, Les nomades en Mésopotamie au temps des rois de Mari, Paris, 1957.

F. GABRIELI and others, L'antica società beduina, Roma, 1959.

H. CHARLES, art. "Nomadisme", in Dictionnaire de la Bible, Supplément, VI, 1959, 541-50.

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