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Book Description

Title:
Notes on the Hebrew Text of the Book of Kings with an Introduction and Notes
Author:
Publication Year:
Location:
Oxford
Publisher:
Clarendon Press
Pages:
384
Subjects:
Kings, Commentary, Old Testament, Hebrew
Copyright Holder:
Public domain

Table of Contents

Introduction

  1. Structure of Kings
  2. Characteristics of the Chief Ancient Versions of Kings
  3. The Synchrinisms of the Compiler

List of Abbreviations

Notes on 1 Kings

Notes on 2 Kings

Appendix:

  1. Inscription of Mesha', King of Moab
  2. The Siloam Inscription
  3. Inscription of the Monolith of Shalmanezer II, II. 78-102
  4. Fragment of the Annals of Shalmeneser II. Descriptive Inscription from the Obleish of Shalmanser
  5. Narrative of Sennacherib's Third Campaign (B.C. 701) from the Taylor Cylinder, Col. II. I. 34-Col. III.I.41

Additions

Index