Vol. 136 Nbr. 4, October - October 2016
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- Custom in the Vedic ritual codes as an emergent legal principle.
- Numbers, names, trails, and tradition: Reconsidering the phrase "Thrice Seven" in the Rgveda and Atharvaveda.
- Remaking history: The Shu and Wu perspectives in the Three Kingdoms period.
- On the etymology of the Eastern Japanese word tego.
- The Mandaic magic scroll Zarazta d-Hibil Ziua: a possible scenario of literary evolution.
- 'Umar b. al-Khattab and the Abbasids.
- Al-Hira and its histories.
- Rethinking the taqlid hegemony: An institutional, longue-duree approach.
- The mythic substrate of Ibn al-'Arabi's immutable entities (al-a'yan al-thabita).
- Third and last: Epigraphic notes on the ugaritic tablet KTU 1.19.
- Der agyptische Lautwandel zwischen "[??]" und "h".
- On scholarship in Sino-Tibetan Linguistics.
- Crucifixion and Death as Spectacle: Umayyad Crucifixion in Its Late Antique Context.
- Qur'ans of the Umayyads: A first Overview.
- The Orthodox Church in the Arab World 700-1700: An Anthology of Sources.
- The Great Seljuk Empir.
- Vedic Voices: Intimate Narratives of a Living Andhra Tradition.
- A Storm of Songs: India and the Idea of the Bhakti Movement.
- Mobile Pastoralism and the Formation of Near Eastern Civilizations: Weaving Together Society.
- The Sumerian Poem Enmerkar and En-suhkes-ana: Epic, play, or? Stage Craft at the Turn from the Third to the Second Millennium.
- Education in Early 2nd Millennium BC Babylonia.
- The Emergence of Israel in the Twelfth and Eleventh Centuries.
- Levites and Priests in Biblical Tradition and History.
- Aramaic in Postbiblical Judaism and Early Christianity.
- Books received.