Coverart for item
The Resource The Exegetical Terminology of Akkadian Commentaries

The Exegetical Terminology of Akkadian Commentaries

Label
The Exegetical Terminology of Akkadian Commentaries
Title
The Exegetical Terminology of Akkadian Commentaries
Creator
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
MiAaPQ
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
Series statement
Culture and History of the Ancient near East Ser
The Exegetical Terminology of Akkadian Commentaries
Label
The Exegetical Terminology of Akkadian Commentaries
Link
http://libproxy.rpi.edu/login?url=https://ebookcentral.proquest.com/lib/rpi/detail.action?docID=4561837
Publication
Copyright
Related Contributor
Related Location
Related Agents
Related Items
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Contents -- Acknowledgments -- Introduction -- 1 Akkadian Commentaries -- 2 The Study of Akkadian Commentaries: Base Text, Motivation, Terminology -- 2.1 The Base Text: Commentaries and Canonization -- 2.2 Hermeneutical Technique versus Hermeneutical Motivation -- 2.3 Exegetical Terminology -- 3 Structure and Content of the Book -- Chapter 1 The Reality Behind Commentaries: Terms for Study, Discourse, Sources, and Compilation -- 1 Introduction: The Sitz im Leben of the Study Process -- 1.1 The Scholarly Study Environment -- 1.2 Attitude toward the Sources of the Commentary -- 2 The Sitz im Leben of the Learning Environment: The Lesson -- 2.1 "Genre" Designations Related to the Sitz im Leben of Study -- 2.2 Scribal Remarks Related to the Sitz im Leben of Study and the Compilation of Commentaries -- 2.3 Terms Referring to Discourse in the Study Environment and the Teacher-Student Relation: Dialogue, Direct Speech (mā), Interrogatives, and Conjunctive Adverbs -- 3 Referring to the Reader of the Text in the Second Person -- 3.1 "(not) knowing" (idû) the Text -- 3.2 Having the Text "before you" -- 4 The Sitz im Leben of Compiling Commentaries: Oral and Written Sources for the Compilation of the Commentary -- 4.1 Rubrics: ṣâtu, šūt pî, maš'altu (ša pī) ummâni, malsûtu -- 4.2 mā Indicating a Source of Interpretation in Assyrian Commentaries -- 4.3 Scribal Remarks on Written and Oral Sources of the Commentaries -- 4.4 Sources Cited in Support of a Commentary -- 4.5 The Enumeration and Presentation of Assembled Sources -- Chapter 2 "What?": Interpretation Through Definition (Equation and Description) -- 1 Equation -- 1.1 Pronouns -- 1.2 šumšu, "its name" -- 1.3 ištēn(-ma), "(is/are) one" -- 1.4 pān(ī) (. . . šakin), "corresponding"(?) -- 1.5 lū, "it is indeed" -- 1.6 (apālu, "to correspond")
  • 1.7 Multi-option Equation: lū . . . (u) lū, "(whether/either . . .) or" -- 1.8 ṣâtu, "word correspondences" -- 2 Description -- 2.1 Description Referring to the Essence of the Commented Word, Object, or Phenomenon -- 2.2 Qualitative Description -- 2.3 Quantitative Description -- 2.4 Comparative Description -- 2.5 Multi-Option Description -- Chapter 3 "How, Why?": Terms for Contextual Explanations -- 1 Comparative Contextualization: libbū, "as in" -- 1.1 libbū with Homophones -- 1.2 libbū in Phenomenal Specifications or Descriptions -- 1.3 libbū with a Semantic Equation or a Specification in the Form of a Paraphrase -- 1.4 libbū with Textual Citation -- 2 Referential Contextualization: ana, "to, for" -- 2.1 Non-linguistic Use of ana -- 2.2 ana, "to," in Linguistic-lexical Context -- 3 Referential Contextualization: ana muḫḫi, "on account of, concerning" -- 3.1 Non-linguistic Use of ana muḫḫi -- 3.2 ana muḫḫi, "on account of," in Linguistic and Lexical Contexts -- 4 kī . . . kī . . ., "if . . ., if . . ." -- 5 lišānu ša, "language of" -- 6 Between Contextualization and Reasoning: aššu, "concerning, because" -- 6.1 aššu in Phenomenal Contextualization, Specification, and Reasoning -- 6.2 aššu in a Phenomenal Specification through Harmonization -- 6.3 aššu in Contextualizations and Specifications of the Semantic Field of the Base Text -- 6.4 aššu as a Linguistic Indicator in Lexical Contextualizations -- 6.5 aššu in the Contextualization of a Phenomenon to a Specific Reality Based on a Lexical Equation -- 6.6 Paraphrase through aššu -- 6.7 aššu in a Specification with a (Symbolic) Change of Textual Referent -- 7 Reasoning and its Result: ina annî and aššu annî "because of this, therefore" -- 8 Reasoning: ina libbi (ša), "because" -- Chapter 4 Terms for the Nature of the Text and Hermeneutic Awareness -- 1 References to the Nature of the Text
  • 1.1 Reference to a Textual Phenomenon -- 1.2 Terms Relating to the Order of Words or Signs -- 1.3 Reference to the Character of the Text -- 1.4 kayyān(u), "regular, actual": Reference to the Literal Meaning of theText -- 2 "Thus!": References to Active Hermeneutics -- 2.1 Second-Person Present-Future Verbs -- 2.2 umma, "thus": Active Interpretation through Paraphrase -- 2.3 Terms for the Act of Interpretation -- Chapter 5 The Verb qabû, "to say," in Akkadian Commentaries -- 1 ša iqbû, "which it said": Reference to the Wording of the Text in the Commentary -- 1.1 First Citation of a Text -- 1.2 Re-citation -- 1.3 Variants of ša iqbû -- 1.4 Expansion of the Term ša iqbû -- 2 (libbū) ina . . . qabi, "(as) it is said in . . ."/ libbū . . . ša ina/itti . . . iqbû, "as . . . which it said in/with . . .": Introduction of Another Text in Support of a Commentary on the Base Text -- 2.1 ina ṣâti/lišāni/arê (šumšu) qabi, "it(s entry) is said in the word-lists/vocabulary/calculation-text": Citation of a Lexical Equation in Support of an Interpretation in mukallimtu Commentaries from the Neo-Assyrian Period -- 2.2 ina . . . qabi, "it is said in . . .": Citation of a Text in Support of an Interpretation in Late Babylonian Commentaries -- 2.3 libbū . . . ina . . . qabi, "as in . . . -- it is said in . . .": Contextualization in the Form of a Citation of a Text in Support of an Interpretation in Late Babylonian Commentaries (1) -- 2.4 libbū . . . ša ina . . . iqbû, "as in . . . , which it said in . . .": Contextualization in the Form of a Citation of a Text in Support of an Interpretation in Late Babylonian Commentaries (2) -- 2.5 libbū . . . ša itti . . . iqbû, "as in . . . , which it said with . . .": Contextualization in the Form of a Citation of a Text in Support of an Interpretation in Late Babylonian Commentaries (3)
  • 2.6 ina(?) . . . iqtabi ina libbi ša, "it said (this) in . . . , since" -- 3 ana . . . qabi, "it is said concerning . . ." and Other Prepositional Constructions: Specification, Contextualization, or Reference to the Intention of the Base Text -- 3.1 ana . . . qabi, "it is said concerning . . ." and Similar Constructions -- 3.2 ana/(ina) muḫḫi . . . qabi, "it is said about . . ." -- 3.3 aššu . . . qabi/iqtabi, "it (is) said concerning . . ." -- 3.4 libbū . . . qabi(?), "it is said as in . . ." -- 4 kī iqbû/qabû, "like it (is) said": Reference to the (Re-)interpretation of the Wording of the Base Text -- 4.1 kī iqbû in mukallimtu Commentaries on Extispicy from the Neo-Assyrian Period -- 4.2 kī qabû in Commentaries on Various Texts from the Neo-Assyrian Period -- 4.3 kī DU11.GA-ú in Commentaries from the Neo-Assyrian and Late Babylonian Periods -- 4.4 aššu . . . kī qabû, "it is like it (is) said concerning . . .": Reference to the Context of the Base Text According to an Interpretation -- 5 The Verb qabû Alone (E/ DU11.GA -- Uncertain Reading): Rephrasing the Base Text -- 6 taqabbi, "you say": Rephrasing and Interpretation of One Omen in Light of Another by the Diviner-scholar -- 7 "Mesopotamian Scripture as Logos"? -- Conclusion -- 1 Mesopotamian Commentaries as Evidence of a Scholastic Community -- 2 The Limitations of Exegetical Terminology -- 3 Textualization and the Presence or Absence of Exegetical Terminology in Akkadian Commentaries -- Appendix 1 Terms for Interpretation Found in Divinatory Sources -- Appendix 2 Comparisons with Early Hebrew Exegetical Terminology -- Bibliography -- Glossary of Exegetical Terms and Related Words -- Index of Subjects -- Index of Sumerian and Akkadian Sources
http://library.link/vocab/cover_art
https://contentcafe2.btol.com/ContentCafe/Jacket.aspx?Return=1&Type=S&Value=9789004323476&userID=ebsco-test&password=ebsco-test
Dimensions
unknown
http://library.link/vocab/discovery_link
{'f': 'http://opac.lib.rpi.edu/record=b4213466'}
Edition
1st ed.
Extent
1 online resource (372 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9789004323476
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote

Library Locations

    • Folsom LibraryBorrow it
      110 8th St, Troy, NY, 12180, US
      42.729766 -73.682577
Processing Feedback ...