Ancient Near East, Semitics and Judaica – May 2015
Ancient Near Eastern Civilizations
- “From Gilead to Edom”: studies in the archaeology and history of Jordan in honor of Denyse Homès-Fredericq on the occasion of her eightieth birthday / edited by Ingrid Moriah Swinnen and Eric Gubel.
- Ur: the city of the moon god / by Harriet Crawford
- Cultures in comparison: religion and politics in ancient Mediterranean regions / edited by Thomas R. Kämmerer and Mait Koiv.
- Traditions of written knowledge in ancient Egypt and Mesopotamia: proceedings of two workshops held at Goethe-University, Frankfurt/Main in December 2011 and May 2012 / edited by Daliah Bawanypeck and Annette Imhausen
- Trattati internazionali ittiti / Elena Devecchi.
- Middle Sargonic tablets chiefly from Adab in the Cornell University collections / by Francesco Pomponio and Giuseppi Visicato.
- Studies on magic and divination in the biblical world / Edited by Helen R. Jacobus, Anne Katrine de Hemmer Gudme, Philippe Guillaume.
Hebrew and other Semitic languages
- Li-shekoaḥ rishonah / Ṭal Nitsan
- The eloquent peasant / [translated] by Loren R. Fisher
- The Syriac writers of Qatar in the seventh century / edited by Mario Kozah, Abdulrahim Abu-Husayn, Saif Shaheen Al-Murikhi, Haya Al Thani
- Neo-Aramaic in its linguistic context / edited by Geoffrey Khan, Lidia Napiorkowska
- Visualizing Jews through the ages: literary and material representations of Jewishness and Judaism / edited by Hannah Ewence and Helen Spurling.
- The Oxford encyclopedia of the Bible and law / Brent A. Strawn, editor in chief
Modern Israeli and Palestinian Studies