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Fictional Akkadian autobiography

a generic and comparative study

by Tremper Longman

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Published by Eisenbrauns in Winona Lake, Ind .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Autobiographical fiction, Assyro-Babylonian -- History and criticism.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 245-266) and indexes.

    StatementTremper Longman III.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPJ3671 .L66 1991
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 274 p. ;
    Number of Pages274
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1862524M
    ISBN 100931464412
    LC Control Number90020204

    Longman's thesis that Ecclesiastes represents a genre most closely resembling fictional Akkadian autobiographies is his most original, and, likely, his most controversial idea. In the introductory chapter on genre (pp. ) he briefly presents his case for the closest formal similarities between Ecclesiastes and the Cuthaean Legend of Naram. Fictional Akkadian Autobiography: A Generic and Comparative Study (Eisenbrauns, ). Old Testament Commentary Survey (Baker, ). Second Author (with Dan Allender) of Bold Love (NavPress, ). Editor (with L. Ryken) of A Complete .

    ^Tremper Longman, Fictional Akkadian Autobiography (Winona Lake, IN: Eisenbrauns, ), 41–43; ibid., The Book of Ecclesiastes (NICOT; Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, ), 17– ^ The following three paragraphs are adapted from the discussion of the literature of the book of Job in Daniel J. Estes, Handbook on the Wisdom Books and Psalms (Grand.   Containing description of creation, fall of man, deluge, tower of Babel, times of Patriarchs and Nimrod; Babylonian fables and legends of the gods from cuneiform inscriptions. Contents: discovery of Genesis legends; Babylonian and Assyrian literature; Chaldean legends; Babylonian mythology; Babylonian legend of creation; sin of the god Zu; exploits of Lubara; 5/5(1).

    see Tremper Longman, Fictional Akkadian Autobiography: A Generic and Comparative Study (Winona Lake: Eisenbrauns, ), – Neither do we deal with the literary or textual problems of Ezek 38–39, which are usually well-explained in commentaries. 3 The New Scofield Bible ([New York: Oxford UP, ], ) comments on EzekCited by: 1. Harold Henry Rowley [], Darius the Mede and the Four World Empires in the Book of Daniel. Cardiff: The University of Wales Press Board, Reprinted , Harold Henry Rowley [], "The Unity of the Book of Daniel," The Servant of the Lord and other essays on the Old Testament, 2nd edn. Oxford: Blackwell, pp


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First: Proverbs- absolute view of P of R Third: Ecclesiastes - vanity and chance. Author of Old Testament commentary survey, The everyday study Bible, How to read Exodus, God is a warrior, Old Testament Commentary Survey, Fictional Akkadian autobiography, How To Read Genesis, The expositor's Bible commentary / [general editors], Tremper Longman III and David E.

Garland. List of ancient texts Bronze Age See also: Sumerian literature, Akkadian literature, Ancient Egyptian literature, Hittite texts, Tamil literature Early Bronze Age: 3rd millennium BCE (approximate dates shown).The earliest written literature dates from about BCE (classical Sumerian).

The earliest literary author known by name is Enheduanna, a Sumerian priestess. Autobiography Discovery. Historians have discovered two copies of what appears to be an autobiography of Addagoppe. The first copy, discovered by H. Pognon inwas written on a broken stele excavated at second copy, uncovered fifty years later by D.S.

Rice, was written on the pavement steps of the northern entrance to the Great Mosque at Harran. This book examines the literary genre(s) to which the book of Qoheleth belongs and on which it is modelled.

It suggests that Qoheleth is best described as a royal autobiography based on the arguments of specific literary features of style and content, resemblance to various kinds of royal autobiographical narrative from the ancient Near East.

Fictional Akkadian Autobiography; Fishers of Fish and Fishers of Men; Follow the Wise; For Our Good Always; Forming God; Fortune and Misfortune in the Ancient Near East; From Author to Copyist: Composition, Redaction, and Transmission of the Hebrew Bible; From Cyrus to Alexander; From Fratricide to Forgiveness; From the 21st Century B.C.

to the. About This Book ALAN LENZI This book is a pedagogical tool intended to increase reading fluency for sec-ond or third semester Akkadian students by way of annotated readings. It is equally an introduction to Akkadian prayers and hymns from ancient Mesopo-tamia: selected classes, their vocabulary and phraseology, and to some extent their ritual uses.

Royal autobiography in the book of Qoheleth. [Y V Koh] Longman's 'fictional Akkadian autobiographies' --V. Pseudo-autobiographies of the Kings Qoheleth as royal autobiography --I.

Autobiography as a wisdom form --II. autobiographical character of Qoheleth --III. pervasive presence of Qoheleth --IV. dynamics of Qoheleth's narrative --V. 4 See for instance “The Statue of Idrimi,” British Museum, online at ; Tremper Longman III, Fictional Akkadian Autobiography: A Generic and Comparative Study (Winona Lake, IN: Eisenbrauns, ), 62–63; Piotr Bienkowski, “Autobiographies,” in Dictionary of the Ancient Near East, ed.

Piotr Bienkowski and Alan.(NIVAC; Grand Rapids: Zondervan, ) ; cf. idem, Fictional Akkadian Autobiography: A Generic and Comparative Study (Winona Lake, IN: Eisenbrauns, ) –89, –8. 4 John Calvin, Commentaries on the Book of the Prophet Daniel (trans.

Thomas Myers; vol.