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The Most Magic Word: Essays on Babylonian & Biblical Literature (The Catholic Biblical Quarterly. Monograph Series, 35)


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This book brings together a valuable collection of 14 previously published essays (and one not published) filled with insight and erudition by William L. Moran. He for many years was the Andrew Mellon Professor of the Humanities at Harvard University. He had studied with W. F. Albright, Benno Landsberger, and Thorkild Jacobson and taught Assyriology at Harvard. They include "The Creation of Man in Atrahasis I 192-249"; "New Evident from Mari on the History of Prophecy"; The ANE Background of the Love of God in Deuteronomy"; "The Babylonian Job" and "The epic of Gilgamesh: A Document of Ancient Humanism."

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