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89 Unterman, Jeremiah. “ The Infl uence of Daniel on Esther.” Paper presented at the Association for Jewish Studies, Boston, 22 December 1997. —. “ The Infl uence of Kings on Esther.” ( unpublished paper). Vogelsang, W. J. The Rise and Organization of the Achaemenid Empire: The Eastern Iranian Evidence. Leiden: Brill, 1992. Waldbaum, J. “ Early Greek Contacts with the Southern Levant, ca. 1000– 600 B. C.: The Eastern Perspective.” BASOR 293 ( 1994): 53– 66. —. “ Greeks in the East or Greeks and the East? Problems in the Defi nition and Recognition of Presence.” BASOR 305 ( 1997): 1– 17. Walfi sh, B. D. Esther in Medieval Garb. Albany, NY: State University of New York, 1993. —. “ The Two Commentaries of Abraham ibn Ezra on the Book of Esther.” JQR 79 ( 1989): 323– 45. Waltke, B. and M. O’Connor. Biblical Hebrew Syntax. Winona Lake, LN: Eisenbrauns, 1990. Wechsler, M. “ The Purim- Passover Connection: A Refl ection of Jewish Exegetical Tradition in the Peshitta Book of Esther.” JBL 117 ( 1998): 321– 27. Weisman, Z. Political Satire in the Bible. Atlanta: Scholars, 1998. Weiss, R. “ Leshonah ve- signonah shel megilat ’ ester.” Mahanayim 104 ( 1966): 56– 63. Welles, C. B. “ The Hellenistic Orient.” In The Idea of History in the Ancient Near East. Edited by R. Dentan, pp. 133– 67. New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 1955. Westbrook, R. “ The Female Slave.” In Gender and Law in the Hebrew Bible and the Ancient Near East. Edited by V. Matthews et al., pp. 214– 38. Sheffi eld, England: Sheffi eld Academic Press, 1998. —. “ Punishments and Crimes.” ABD V, 546– 56. Whedbee, J. W. The Bible and the Comic Vision. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1998. White, S. A. “ Esther: A Feminine Model for Jewish Diaspora.” In Gender and Difference in Ancient Israel. Edited by P. Day, pp. 161– 77. Minneapolis: Fortress, 1989. —. “ Esther.” In The Women’s Bible Commentary. Edited by C. Newsom and S. Ringe, pp. 124– 29. Louisville, KY: John Knox, 1992. White Crawford, S. “ Has Esther Been Found at Qumran? 4QProto- Esther and the Esther Corpus.” Revue de Qumran  17 ( 1996): 307– 25. Wiebe, J. M. “ Esther 4: 14:  ‘ Will Relief and Deliverance Arise for the Jews from Another Place’?” CBQ 53 ( 1991): 409–  15. Williamson, H. G. M. “ Review of The Esther Scroll, by D. J. A. Clines.” JTS 37 ( 1986): 146– 52. Wills, L. M. The Jew in the Court of the Foreign King. Minneapolis: Fortress, 1990. —. The Jewish Novel in the Ancient World. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 1995. —. “ The Jewish Novellas.” In Greek Fiction: The Greek Novel in Context. Edited by J. R. Morgan and R. Stoneman, pp. 223– 38. London and New York. Routledge, 1994. Wiseman, D. J. “ Mesopotamian Gardens.” Anatolian Studies 33 ( 1983): 137– 44. Wolski, J. “ L’hellenisme et l’Iran.” In Mélanges Pierre Lévêque. Edited by M. Mactoux and E. Geny, pp. 439– 46. Paris: Annales Littéraires de l’Université de Besançon 1989. Yamauchi, E. M. “ Ahasuerus.” ABD I, 105. —. “ Mordecai, the Persepolis Tablets, and the Susa Excavations.” VT 42 ( 1992): 272– 75. —. Persia and the Bible. Grand Rapids, MI: Baker, 1990. Zadok, R. The Jews in Babylonia During the Chaldean and Achaemenian Periods According to the Babylonian Sources. Haifa: University of Haifa, 1979 —. “ Notes on Esther.” ZAW 98 ( 1986): 105– 110; ZAW 99 ( 1987): 156. —. “ On Five Biblical Names.” ZAW 89 ( 1977): 266– 68. —. “ On Five Iranian Names in the Old Testament.” VT 26 ( 1976): 246– 47. —. “ On the Historical Background of the Book of Esther.” Biblische Notizen 24 ( 1984): 18– 23. —. The Pre- Hellenistic Israelite Anthroponymy and Prosopograpby. Leuven: Uitgeverji Peeters, 1988. BIBLIOGRAPHY          C    h  a  p  t e  r   Home  |      T  O   C   

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89 Unterman, Jeremiah. “ The Infl uence of Daniel on Esther.” Paper presented at the Association for Jewish Studies, Boston, 22 December 1997. —. “ The Infl uence of Kings on Esther.” ( unpublished paper). Vogelsang, W. J. The Rise and Organization of the Achaemenid Empire: The Eastern Iranian Evidence. Leiden: Brill, 1992. Waldbaum, J. “ Early Greek Contacts with the Southern Levant, ca. 1000– 600 B. C.: The Eastern Perspective.” BASOR 293 ( 1994): 53– 66. —. “ Greeks in the East or Greeks and the East? Problems in the Defi nition and Recognition of Presence.” BASOR 305 ( 1997): 1– 17. Walfi sh, B. D. Esther in Medieval Garb. Albany, NY: State University of New York, 1993. —. “ The Two Commentaries of Abraham ibn Ezra on the Book of Esther.” JQR 79 ( 1989): 323– 45. Waltke, B. and M. O’Connor. Biblical Hebrew Syntax. Winona Lake, LN: Eisenbrauns, 1990. Wechsler, M. “ The Purim- Passover Connection: A Refl ection of Jewish Exegetical Tradition in the Peshitta Book of Esther.” JBL 117 ( 1998): 321– 27. Weisman, Z. Political Satire in the Bible. Atlanta: Scholars, 1998. Weiss, R. “ Leshonah ve- signonah shel megilat ’ ester.” Mahanayim 104 ( 1966): 56– 63. Welles, C. B. “ The Hellenistic Orient.” In The Idea of History in the Ancient Near East. Edited by R. Dentan, pp. 133– 67. New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 1955. Westbrook, R. “ The Female Slave.” In Gender and Law in the Hebrew Bible and the Ancient Near East. Edited by V. Matthews et al., pp. 214– 38. Sheffi eld, England: Sheffi eld Academic Press, 1998. —. “ Punishments and Crimes.” ABD V, 546– 56. Whedbee, J. W. The Bible and the Comic Vision. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1998. White, S. A. “ Esther: A Feminine Model for Jewish Diaspora.” In Gender and Difference in Ancient Israel. Edited by P. Day, pp. 161– 77. Minneapolis: Fortress, 1989. —. “ Esther.” In The Women’s Bible Commentary. Edited by C. Newsom and S. Ringe, pp. 124– 29. Louisville, KY: John Knox, 1992. White Crawford, S. “ Has Esther Been Found at Qumran? 4QProto- Esther and the Esther Corpus.” Revue de Qumran 17 ( 1996): 307– 25. Wiebe, J. M. “ Esther 4: 14: ‘ Will Relief and Deliverance Arise for the Jews from Another Place’?” CBQ 53 ( 1991): 409– 15. Williamson, H. G. M. “ Review of The Esther Scroll, by D. J. A. Clines.” JTS 37 ( 1986): 146– 52. Wills, L. M. The Jew in the Court of the Foreign King. Minneapolis: Fortress, 1990. —. The Jewish Novel in the Ancient World. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 1995. —. “ The Jewish Novellas.” In Greek Fiction: The Greek Novel in Context. Edited by J. R. Morgan and R. Stoneman, pp. 223– 38. London and New York. Routledge, 1994. Wiseman, D. J. “ Mesopotamian Gardens.” Anatolian Studies 33 ( 1983): 137– 44. Wolski, J. “ L’hellenisme et l’Iran.” In Mélanges Pierre Lévêque. Edited by M. Mactoux and E. Geny, pp. 439– 46. Paris: Annales Littéraires de l’Université de Besançon 1989. Yamauchi, E. M. “ Ahasuerus.” ABD I, 105. —. “ Mordecai, the Persepolis Tablets, and the Susa Excavations.” VT 42 ( 1992): 272– 75. —. Persia and the Bible. Grand Rapids, MI: Baker, 1990. Zadok, R. The Jews in Babylonia During the Chaldean and Achaemenian Periods According to the Babylonian Sources. Haifa: University of Haifa, 1979 —. “ Notes on Esther.” ZAW 98 ( 1986): 105– 110; ZAW 99 ( 1987): 156. —. “ On Five Biblical Names.” ZAW 89 ( 1977): 266– 68. —. “ On Five Iranian Names in the Old Testament.” VT 26 ( 1976): 246– 47. —. “ On the Historical Background of the Book of Esther.” Biblische Notizen 24 ( 1984): 18– 23. —. The Pre- Hellenistic Israelite Anthroponymy and Prosopograpby. Leuven: Uitgeverji Peeters, 1988. BIBLIOGRAPHY <    <      C   h  a  p  t e  r  >> Home |      T  O   C   
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