Material Bibliográfico

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Apesar de eu sempre colocar referência bibliográfica nos artigos, achei relevância dispor o devido material usado em uma única página. Devido ao grande volume digo ao leitor consultar obras especializadas que dedicam só a bibliografia como a Universidade de Nova Iorque, outra sugestão minha é a Universidade de Sheffield. Essa compilação é apenas um resumo de artigos, livros, monografias e periódicos usados por mim que também pode ser consultados.

Periódicos Científicos

  • AJBA: Australian Journal of Biblical Archaeology
  • AJSL:  American Journal o f Semitic Languages and Literatures
  • ALUOS:  Annual of Leeds University Oriental Society
  • AO: Der alte Orient
  • AOAT: Alter Orient und Altes Testament
  • ASOR: American Schools of Oriental Research
  • AUSS:  Andrews University Seminary Studies
  • BSaC: Bibliotheca Sacra
  • BA: Biblical Archaeologist
  • BASOR: Bulletin of the American Schools o f Oriental Research
  • BAReV: Biblical Archaeology Review
  • BBR: Bulletin for Biblical Research
  • BIES: Bulletin of the Israel Exploration Society
  • CBR:  Currents in Biblical Research
  • CBQMS:  Catholic Biblical Quarterly – Monograph Series
  • CR:BS:  Currents in Research: Biblical Studies
  • EBib:  Études bibliques
  • FB:  Forschung zur Bibel
  • FN:  Filologia neotestamentaria
  • HSM:  Harvard Semitic Monographs
  • HSS:  Harvard Semitic Studies
  • JAOS: Journal of the American Oriental Society
  • JARCE:  Journal of the American Research Center in Egypt
  • JEA: Journal of Egyptian Archaeology
  • JETS:  Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society
  • JHNES: Johns Hopkins Near Eastern Studies
  • JPOS: Journal of the Palestine Oriental Society
  • JSHJ:  Journal for the Study o f the Historical Jesus
  • JSNT:  Journal for the Study o f the New Testament
  • JSNTSup:  Journal for the Study of the New Testament: Supplement Series
  • JSOT:  Journal for the Study of the Old Testament
  • JSTOPSup: Journal for the Study of the Old Testament Supplement Series
  • JSP:  Journal for the Study o f the Pseudepigrapha
  • JSS: Journal of Semitic Studies
  • JTS:  Journal of Theological Studies
  • OET: : Oxford Editions of Cuneiform Texts
  • OTE:  Old Testament Essays
  • OTL: Old Testament Library
  • PEQ:  Palestine Exploration Quarterly
  • SANT:  Studien zum Alten und Neuen Testament
  • SAOC: Studies in Ancient Oriental Civilization
  • SBLDS:  Society of Biblical Literature Dissertation Series
  • SBLMS:  Society of Biblical Literature Monograph Series
  • SBLSCS:  Society of Biblical Literature Septuagint and Cognate Studies
  • SJOT:  Scandinavian Journal of the Old Testament
  • SOTS: Society for Old Testament Study
  • TS:  Theological Studies
  • TynBull:  Tyndale Bulletin
  • UF:  Ugarit-Forschungen
  • ZDPV:  Zeitschrift des deutschen Palästina-Vereins

 

Aramaico

  • Bergsträsser, G. Introduction to the Semitic Languages. Winona Lake, IN: Eisenbrauns, 1983.
  • Gibson, J. C. L. Textbook of Syrian Semitic Inscriptions, Vol. II Aramaic Inscriptions. Oxford: Clarendon, 1975.
  • Porten, Bezalel and Ada Yardeni, eds. Aramaic Documents from Ancient Egypt Newly Copied, Edited and Translated into Hebrew and English: Vol. 1. Letters. Jerusalem: Hebrew University, 1986.
  • Stefanovic, Z. The Aramaic of Daniel in the light of Old Aramaic. JSOTSup 129. Sheffield: JSOT, 1992. Review CBQ 55.776-77.

Hebraico

  • Andersen, Francis I. The Hebrew Verbless Clause in the Pentateuch. JBL Monograph 14. Nashville: Abingdon, 1970.
  • Callahan, Scott N. Modality and the Biblical Hebrew Infinitive Absolute. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 2010.
  • Gogel, S. L. A Grammar of Epigraphic Hebrew. SBLRBS 23. Atlanta: Scholars, 1998.
  • Heller, R. L. “Narrative Structure and Discourse Constellations: An Analysis of Clause Function in Biblical Hebrew Prose.” Ph.D. dissertation, Yale, 1998.
  • Jongeling, K., et al., ed. Studies in Hebrew and Aramaic Syntax. Leiden: Brill, 1991.
  • Khan, Geoffrey. Studies in Semitic Syntax. New York: Oxford UP, 1988.
  • Kutscher, E. Y. A History of the Hebrew Language. Jerusalem: Magnes, 1982.
  • Niccacci, Alviero. The Syntax of the Verb in Classical Hebrew Prose. Translated by W.G.E. Watson. JSOTSup 86. Sheffield: Academic Press, 1990.
  • Owens, John Joseph. Analytical Key to the Old Testament. 4 vols. Grand Rapids: Baker, 1989.

Festschriften – Coleção de Ensaios

  • Harris, R. Laird et al., eds. Interpretation and History: Essays in Honour of Allan A. MacRae. Singapore: Christian Life Publishers, 1986.
  • Miller, Patrick D. Jr. et al., eds. Ancient Israelite Religion: Essays in Honor of Frank Moore Cross. Philadelphia: Fortress, 1987.
  • Skilton, John H. The Law and the Prophets: Old Testament Studies in Honor of O. T. Allis. Nutley, N. J.: Presbyterian and Reformed, 1974.
  • Tucker, Gene M., David L. Petersen and Robert R. Wilson, eds. Canon, Theology, and Old Testament Interpretation: Essays in Honor of Brevard S. Childs. Philadelphia: Fortress, 14 1988.
  • Huffmon, H. B. et al., eds. The Quest for the Kingdom of God: Studies in Honor of George E. Mendenhall. Winona Lake: Eisenbrauns, 1983.
  • Rainey, Anson F. “The Ancient Hebrew Prefix Conjugation in the Light of Amarnah Canaanite.” HS 27 (1986): 4-19.
  • Retsö, J. Diathesis in the Semitic Languages: A Comparative Morphological Study. Leiden: Brill, 1989.
  • Rooker, M. F. “Diachronic Analysis and the Features of Late Biblical Hebrew,” BBR 4 (1994): 135-44.

História e Cultura 

  • Albright, W. F. From Stone Age to Christianity. 2d ed. Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday, 1957.
  • Albertz, Rainer. Israel in Exile: The Hisotyr and Literature of the Sixth Century B.C.E. Studies in Biblical Literature. Atlanta: SBL, 2003.
  • Arnold, Bill T. and Richard S. Hess. Ancient Israel’s History: An Introduction to Issues and Sources. Baker Academic, 2014.
  • Arnold, Bill T. and B. E. Beyer, ed. Readings from the Ancient Near East: Primary Sources for OT Study. Grand Rapids: Baker, 2002.
  • Arnold, Bill T., and Brent A. Strawn eds. The World around the Old Testament. Baker Academic, 2016.
  • Block, Daniel I. The Gods of the Nations: Studies in Ancient Near Eastern National Theology. Winona Lake, IN: Eisenbrauns, 1988.
  • Borowski, Oded. Daily Life in Biblical Times. Archaeology and Biblical Studies. Atlanta: SBL, 2003.
  • Cross, F. M. Canaanite Myth and Hebrew Epic: Essays in the History of the Religion of Israel. Cambridge: Harvard UP, 1973.
  • Deist, F. E. The Material Culture of the Bible: An Introduction. Ed. R. P. Carroll. Sheffield: Academic Press, 2000.
  • Finegan, Jack. Handbook of Biblical Chronology. Princeton, NJ: Princeton UP, 1964. _____. Myth and Mystery. Grand Rapids: Baker, 1989.
  • Gottwald, Norman K. The Politics of Ancient Israel. Library of Ancient Israel. Westminster John Knox, 2001.
  • Hoerth, A. J. et al., ed. Peoples of the OT World. Grand Rapids: Baker, 1994.
  • Nelson, Richard D. Historical Roots of the Old Testament (1200–63 BCE). Biblical Encyclopedia. Atlanta: SBLPress, 2014.
  • Thompson, T. L. Early History of the Israelite People. Reprint. Leiden: Brill, 1994.
  • Walton, John H. Ancient Israelite Literature in Its Cultural Context. Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 1989.

Siglas

  • arab: arábico
  • aram: aramaico
  • aramA: aramaico antigo
  • aramB: aramaico bíblico
  • aramE: aramaico egípcio
  • aramI: aramaico imperial
  • Assír: assírio
  • AT: Antigo Testamento
  • Bab: Babilônico
  • BM: Bronze Médio
  • BT: Bronze Tardio
  • Can: Cananita
  • Cap: Capítulos
  • cf. conferir
  • Col: Coleção
  • d.C.: Depois de Cristo
  • Dtr: Deuteronomista
  • E: Fonte Elohística
  • eA: (Tell) el Amarna (tabuleta)
  • Egíp: egípcio
  • Fen: fenício
  • F I: Ferro I
  • F II: Ferro II
  • G: grego
  • HB: hebraico bíblico
  • Heb: hebraico
  • Lat: latim
  • J: Fonte Javista
  • lit: literalmente
  • LXX: (Septuaginta)
  • n. nota
  • NA: Neo-assírio
  • NG: nome geográfico
  • NP: nome próprio
  • NT: Novo Testamento
  • OMA: Oriente Médio Antigo
  • p. página
  • P: Fonte Sacerdotal
  • P-B: pós-bíblico
  • PC: palestino cristão
  • PS: proto-sinaítico
  • TH: Texto Hebraico
  • TM: Texto Massorético
  • Sum: sumério
  • Vol: Volume
  • Vulg: Vulgata
  • Ugar: ugarítico