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By Marshall Sheppard Professor of Biblical Studies Iain Provan, Mark Boda

This quantity honours Professor H. G. M. Williamson, Regius Professor of Hebrew at Oxford collage via a set of essays via colleagues and previous scholars from around the globe. a number of the contributions intersect with the former paintings of Professor Williamson, with certain emphasis at the historical past of biblical learn, research of the Hebrew language and Hebrew textual traditions, post-exilic historiography (Chronicles, Ezra-Nehemiah) and the prophets (especially Isaiah).

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David J. A. Clines is Emeritus Professor of Biblical Studies, University of Sheffield. Graham Davies, Fellow of Fitzwilliam College, was formerly Professor of Old Testament Studies, University of Cambridge. John Day is Professor of Old Testament Studies, the University of Oxford, and Fellow and Tutor of Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford. Iain Duguid is Professor of Old Testament and Hebrew, Grove City College. John Emerton is Emeritus Regius Professor of Hebrew, University of Cambridge, Fellow of St. John’s College, Cambridge, and Honorary Canon of St.

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31 The first of these pamphlets appeared in November 1878. 34 Almost two years had elapsed between the publication of the last Part of Transactions 8 and the first Part of Transactions 9 in 1886, but the inclusion of the Memoir of Birch in the latter suggests that it was still regarded as the Society’s premier publication. 35 As a result of financial difficulties the second and final Part of Transactions 9, containing papers read between 1884 and 1887, was not published until 1893 (and it left the Society in debt until 1899) and the Index did not appear until 1903.

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