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Biblical Archaeology Review 47:4, Winter 2021


Biblical Archaeology Review

Elizabeth H.P. Backfish (Not Lost in Translation: Hebrew Wordplay in Greek) is Associate Professor in the School of Theology and Leadership at William Jessup University. Her recent book is Hebrew Wordplay and Septuagint Translation Technique in the Fourth Book of the Psalter (2019).

Jon Beltz (A Tale of Two Plague Gods) is a Ph.D. candidate in Assyriology at Yale University, currently writing his dissertation on the Mesopotamian underworld deity (or demon) Namtar and researching Sumerian and Akkadian literary and magical traditions.

Idan Dershowitz (The Case for Authenticity) is the Chair of Hebrew Bible and Its Exegesis at Potsdam University, a Junior Fellow in Religious Studies at Harvard, and the author of The Valediction of Moses: A Proto-Biblical Book (2021).

Jennie Ebeling (Has Archaeology Buried the Bible?) is Associate Professor of Archaeology at the University of Evansville. Her research focuses on ancient food technologies and women in Canaan and ancient Israel. She co-directed the Jezreel Expedition.

Ronald S. Hendel (The Case for Forgery) is the Norma and Sam Dabby Professor of Hebrew Bible and Jewish Studies at the University of California, Berkeley. His research focuses on textual criticism, the Hebrew Bible, and ancient Near Eastern religion.

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