The Aramaic and Egyptian Legal Traditions at Elephantine
The Use of qxr in North West Semitic The use of qxr in the Marzeah [ Papyrus The use of qxr in Palmyra Assyrian Conquest Withdrawal Formula in the Cofn Texts Removal from Ofce and Name Transfer: The Endowment Stela of Ioureot The Uses of wy in the Saite and Persian Periods. The Use of wy in Transfers Transfer of Services Donations and Divisions The Document of Withdrawal sH n wy The Use of wy in Litigation Wy in Release of Obligations Wy in Marriage, Divorce, and Inheritance Settlements The Use of wy in Withdrawal from Object Functional Equivalents in the Hieratic Formulary.
Property Withdrawal Clause in sX n wy after Litigation Initial Withdrawal Clause in Release from Obligation Divisions A Complement of the Waiver of Suit Clause A Complement of a Consent-Quitclaim Clause Release of Wife in Divorce Documents Quitclaim by Husband in Divorce Documents A Defension Clause Withdrawal Formula in the Transfer Clause in.
The Legal Metaphor and the Legal Term Legal Formulae Withdrawal from Object Withdrawal from Name Withdrawal from Ofce Withdrawal from Person Withdrawal from Person Regarding Object Withdrawal from Person Regarding Suit Withdrawal from Person Regarding Rights Legal Clause Withdrawal Formula in the Initial Release Clause Withdrawal Formula within the Release Clause after.
Performance Withdrawal Formula within the Transfer Clause Withdrawal Formula within the Waiver of Suit Clause Everything is vague to a degree you do not realize till you have tried tomake it precise. This work is a modied, revised, and updated version of my First and foremost I want to express my deep appreciation and. His unparalleled knowledge ofthe Elephantine material has helped me to avoid several pitfalls over theyears.
Thanks also to my dissertation committee: Professors Sarah Groll,Israel Ephal, and Shemuel Ahituv, who provided several valuablesuggestions for pursuing this research. Special thanks to Janet Johnsonand Shemuel Ahituv for offering critical comments to the dissertation andfor their continuous support. During my doctoral studies I received nancial support from the.
This book could not have been written without the mentorship and. For the following ten years Sarah welcomed me at her home todiscuss Egyptological matters, share stories, or just to talk about life.
Sheis deeply missed. May her memory be for a blessing. Specialthanks to Prof Dr Gunther Vittmann for many courtesies. After the topic of my dissertation was suggested by Bezalel Porten, I. Prof Muffs wrote what has become an almostcanonical text in the study of Ancient Near Eastern legal formulae. Hiskind words of encouragement and reafrmation of the need of anEgyptological approach to the Aramaic legal formula gave me additionalmotivation to pursue this path of research.
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The Aramaic and Egyptian Legal Traditions at Elephantine: an Egyptological Approach
Industry Reviews 'This book throws down the gauntlet and challenges some long-established theories which are widely accepted and thought to be secure Botta also makes a significant contribution to the philological and legal analysis of the Elephantine legal texts in and of themselves. In the first chapters of his volume, a revision of his Hebrew University dissertation, Botta presents the current state of research.
Botta then delves into the problematics of Egyptian law. Despite the paucity of legal texts from Egypt, there is every indication that legal codifications were promulgated by the monarchy and that written legislation was familiar to Egyptians.
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At the same time, there is ample evidence that legal affairs were conducted orally, and, therefore, the written document that registered a legal action is distinct from the legal action as it took place orally. The first has received much attention from earlier scholarship, but the second has not. Author: Pamela Barmash.