By Shuichi Hasegawa
The Jehuite Dynasty governed greater than 90 years (841-747 BCE) within the country of Israel, the longest dynasty within the heritage of the Northern state. less than the 5 kings of the dynasty, Israel used to be thrown into the sector of the local political struggles and skilled the time of an unparalleled upheaval after which loved nice prosperity. The Aramaeans less than Hazael and Ben-Hadad of Damascus and the Assyrians from the north Mesopotamia had nice impact at the background of the dynasty. This publication is the results of a finished and up-to-date old learn in this major dynasty. by means of consulting the entire to be had Assyrian, Aramaic, Hebrew, and Moabite inscriptions and up to date archaeological facts, this learn significantly evaluates the old authenticity of the biblical textual content of two Kings and a few elements of the Books of Amos and Hosea and integrates the consequences into the old dialogue. The research finds the nice significance of this dynasty within the heritage of the Northern nation as a turning element in its coverage towards the Neo-Assyrian Empire and should give a contribution towards realizing the historical past of Syria-Palestine within the 9th-8th centuries BCE.
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69 I follow the second view, since no other verse in the text concludes the OJN. 17. 71 The first two layers have distinct themes. The primary theme of the pre-Dtr layer is the justification of Jehu’s coup d’état, and the Dtr layer connects the OJN to the fulfilment of the prophet’s words concerning the House of Ahab and the death of Jezebel. The three layers are presented as follows: ȱȱȱȱȱȱȱȱȱȱȱȱȱȱȱȱȱȱȱȱȱȱȱȱȱȱȱȱȱȱ 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 In both stories, cult objects are taken out of the temples and then burnt, and cult places are defiled and made useless (2 Kgs 23:8, 10, 13, 14, 20).
13). (2) 8:28-29 concerns neither the theme of the JN nor Jehu, but Joram (Otto, op. , 47 with n. 98). Benzinger 1899: 149; Šanda 1912: 95, 121; Montgomery 1951: 396, 400; Noth 1967: 83-84; Steck 1968: 32-33, nn. 1-2; Gray 1977: 543-544; Timm 1982: 138; Campbell 1986: 22, n. 8. Minokami (1989: 26-29) ascribed 2 Kgs 9:14b, 15a, and 15aƢ to later insertions. Kittel (1900: 231) suggested that 2 Kgs 9:14a is a redactional insertion. Trebolle Barrera (1984: 122-125, 185-189), comparing the text with the Lucianic recension and Old Latin text, identified v.
11. Otto (2001: 64) pointed to another possible Leitwort 3< of the JN in vv. 11 and 20. Furthermore, she (op. , 65, with n. 227) pointed to the same inversed style of verbal clause (9:11, 30b; 10:13), which begins new episodes. According to Eskhult (1990: 50-55), this style appears in the pre-Exilic narratives originating in the Northern Kingdom. McKenzie (1991: 70-71) ascribed vv. 7a, 8-9 to the Dtr and 7b, 10a to a later editor. 18 2. 4. 28 On the other hand, some scholars excluded these verses from the OJN, since 9:25-26 interrupt the flow of the narrative between Joram’s murder (v.
Aram and Israel during the Jehuite Dynasty by Shuichi Hasegawa