By C R Higginbotham

A powerful Egyptian presence and governance of thirteenth and twelfth centuries BC Palestine has considering the fact that lengthy turn into transparent from either textual and archaeological facts. How this Egyptianization happened in Ramesside Palestine kinds the focal point at the current research. Carolyn Higginbotham convincingly attends to inner elements affecting the region's cultural and political improvement. versions are rigorously thought of. The prevailling thought, that Egyptian coverage shifted from monetary and political domination to army career, is contrasted with a brand new, convincing version, elite emulation, derived from sleek core-periphery reports. The author's end is that Egyptian coverage remained principally unchanged, and that the elevated Egyptianization of the cloth tradition represents voluntary adoption of the overwhelming Egyptian tradition by means of the Palestinian ruling classification. The appendices are particularly very important for students drawn to old overseas connections in Palestine; they catalogue all Egyptian and Egyptian-style fabric from LB IIB - Iron 1A Palestine.

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A Study o f the Overlap Texts (BETL 122), Leuven, 1995, p. 135 and note 2. 41 Matthew uses ος redactionally only in 6:8; 10:27; 19:11; 20:15. T. Fledder­ mann, Mark and Q, p. 136; S. Schulz, Q. Die Spruchquelle der Evangelisten, Zürich, 1972, pp. 430-431. 42 Luke uses οστις redactionally in 1:20; 2:4, 10; 7:37; 8:3, 26; 9:30; 10:42; 12:1; 15:7; 23:55. 43 See also R. Laufen, Doppelüberlieferungen, p. 303. 40 CHAPTER ONE more expressive, less insipid in meaning compared to the quite gen­ eral λαμβάνω.

11-12 are a Markan insertion which interrupts the original unity of the re­ quest of the disciples (v. M. Tuckett, ‘Marie’s Concerns in the Parables Chapter (Mark 4,1-34),’ Biblica 69 (1988), pp. 1-26, esp. p. 8. 4 Mark usually uses κατ’ ιδίαν. See Mk 4:34; 6:31, 32; 7:33; 9:2, 28; 13:3. See also R. Pesch, Markusevangelium I, p. 237; D. Lührmann, Markusevangelium, p. 85; J. Gnilka, Das Evangelium nach Markus (EKK 2) I, Zürich/Neukirchen-Vluyn, 1978, p. 162 note 2; RA. Guelich, Mark 1-8:26 (WBC 34a), Dallas, 1989, p.

Gundry, Mark. A Commentary on His Apology fo r the Cross, Grand Rapids, 1993, p. 186; J. Marcus, Mark IS . A New Translation with Introduction and Commentary (AB 27), New York/London, 2000, p. 289; J. Dupont, ‘Le chapitre des paraboles,’ in F. ), Etudes sur les Evangiles synoptiques I (BETL 70A), Leuven, 1985, pp. 215-235, esp. p. 216; idem, ‘La transmission des paroles de Jésus sur la lampe et la mesure dans Marc 4,21-25 et dans la tradition Q,’ in F. ), Études sur les Évangiles synoptiques I (BETL 70A), Leuven, 1985, pp.

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