The Psalms, Tr. and Interpreted in the Light of Hebrew Life and Worship

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INDEX TO PERSONS AND SUBJECTS
Aaron, 83, 113, 163, 167, 168, 195, 199, 240-41, 428, 429
Ab, 256
Abraham, 67, 97, 160, 161, 164
Accusations, 355, 356, 388-89
Acrostic psalms, 50, 52, 175, 218, 291, 320, 412, 422
Adonizedek, 102
Ahab, 266
Ahaz, 35
Akhetaton, 144
Akitu, 25, 56, 60, 118
Albright, W. F., 198, 211
Alexander the Great, 227, 241, 247
Allegory, 245-47
Alt, A., 55
Amalek, 248
Amenhotep III, 25
Amenhotep IV, 24, 25, 144
Ammon, 114, 129, 247-48
Amorites, 198
Amos, 26
Antiochus IV (Epiphanes), 227, 235
Apocrypha, 23
Aramaic, 52, 53, 147, 279, 346, 362, 431
Ark of the Lord, 66, 67, 104, 106, 109, 186
Artaxerxes III (Ochus), 73, 227, 234
Asa, 45
Asaph, 218
Ashshur, 248
Ashtart, 187
Assembly of gods, 274, 308
Assyria, 37, 90-91, 129, 232- 33, 247, 267, 273, 408
Aton, 144-46
Atonement, Day of, 55, 59
Augustine, 26
Avaris, 155
Baal-Berith, temple of, 25
Baal Peor, 168
Babylon, 20, 35, 56-59, 75, 102, 125, 198, 217, 227, 256-58
Babylonian
adoption formula, 91
Akitu festival, 56-61, 89-91, 103, 110, 200
cosmogony, 141
epic of creation, 56, 58, 75- 76, 141, 151, 201
influence, 60-61, 64, 121, 218, 308
psalmody, 19, 25, 70, 135, 160, 269-70, 273, 358
Barak, 249
Barclay, W. C., 18
Bashan, 198, 201
Bashan, Mount, 69-70
Basra, 301
Bauer, 337
Bel Marduk. See Marduk.
Benjamin, 45, 244
Bertholet, A., 324
Bethel, 26, 27, 203, 346
Bethlehem, 104
Billerbeck, P., 29
Bless, meaning of, 191
Boaz, 268
Böhl, F., 25
Booths, Festival of. See Tabernacles.
Breasted, J. H., 24, 144
Briggs, C. A., 194, 334
Brown, Driver, Briggs, 94, 138, 146, 191, 242, 262, 310, 321, 325, 359, 387, 420, 422
Browning, Robert, 225, 311
Budde, K., 94, 418, 428
Buhl, F., 404
Buttenwieser, M., 41, 73, 88, 234, 262, 312, 321, 333, 341, 343, 344, 372, 382
Boomerang of deeds, 317
Budaun Easter ceremony, 64
Caleb, 168
Canaanites (and Canaan), 31, 51, 55-56, 64, 66, 68, 101, 102, 153, 158-62, 164, 168- 69, 197-98, 201, 203, 211, 214, 245-46, 249, 269, 297
psalmody, 24-25
Canney, M. A., 307
Carmel, Mount, 140.
Cereal offering, 343
Ceremonial washing, 323
Chaldean, 25, 129, 147, 217, 223, 232, 234, 247, 258, 283
Cheyne, T. K., 52, 293, 356
Cherubim, 83, 269
Choice of Israel, 197
Choirs, tribal, 71
Christian testimony, 282
Chronicler, 26-27, 165
Cleansing, rites of, 268-69, 299
Codices of Septuagint (Vaticanus and Alexandrinus), 89
Communion with God, 18
Community, 429
Congregation, 85, 87, 346, 422
Court poet, 265
Covenant, 51, 86, 95, 429
Covenant, Code of, 55, 187- 88, 210, 315
Creative drama, 21, 110
Cultic
prophet, 202-3
songs, 18
Curse, 231, 249, 272, 316-17, 330, 342, 390
Cush, 35, 72
Dalman, G., 327
Danby, H., 111
Dante, 172
David, 26, 30, 31, 45, 89, 91, 102, 104-8, 153-55, 160, 227, 233, 259, 262, 276-79, 281, 311
Davidson, A. B., 64
Dead Sea, 233
Deborah, 24, 68-69, 249
Decalogue, 207
Deuteronomic, 121
Temple, 188
Demons, 408
Deutero-Isaiah, 17, 49, 67, 73, 78, 112, 191, 198, 298, 362
Deuteronomic
Code, 34, 40, 44, 108, 173, 187-88, 225, 261, 315
doctrine of reward, 430
reform, 259, 431
Diaspora, 34-35, 165, 170, 256, 302
Doxologies in Psalter, 31, 98, 170, 376
Dramatic portrayals, 32, 72
Dreams, 383
Driver, S. R., 64, 127
Duhm, B., 83, 114, 127, 140, 149, 339, 356, 418
Edomite, 114, 116, 129, 233- 34, 247-48, 258, 334
Egyptian (and Egypt), 19- 20, 24-25, 28, 35, 51, 60, 72-73, 90-91, 96, 116, 129, 137, 153, 155, 158, 160- 64, 166-67, 170, 189, 199, 201, 210-11, 264, 269, 308, 333, 404, 409
bondage, 50, 80, 157, 196-97
influence on Hebrew psalmody, 144-46
Ehrlich, A. B., 93, 99, 165, 182, 199, 221, 230, 238, 245, 252, 257, 266, 276, 281, 311, 322, 331, 345, 403, 418, 423, 425, 429, 431
El, 64

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