By Professor of Land Studies John McLaughlin
The marzeah existed for 3000 years within the Semitic global, yet is barely pointed out within the First testomony at Amos 6:7 and Jer 16:5. different prophetic texts were proposed as allusions that don't use the time period, yet with no utilizing any constant standards. This research analyzes these allusions in gentle of the extra-biblical references. The extra-biblical marzeah references point out 3 constant good points: upper-class ingesting inside a non secular context. those components give you the minimal standards for comparing attainable allusions within the books of Amos, Hosea, Isaiah and Ezekiel, plus the direct references at Amos 6:7 and Jeremiah 16:5. Combining all identified references with the biblical allusions offers a unmarried aspect of reference for destiny paintings at the marzeah. This quantity should be of detailed price to these attracted to historic Semitic faith.
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Atrh . rpum (12) [1 tdd . at]rA . I tdd . i[1nym] (13) [ ]xrn[ ] | ] my marzēah Then, Ο sha[des] [ ] like a shepherd Now I shall journey, [one day and two; after sunrise on] the third I shall reach [my] house. [ in the mid]st of my palace. Again El spoke: [ ] my [marzēah]. Come to my house, Ο shades. [ I inv]ite you, I call you [into] my [pal]ace. ] [ ] ? [ ] In this text El invites the Rephaim to "my mrz'" (lines 1 and 5, and conjecturally in line 9 93 ), which is probably a variant of the spelling mrzh found in the passages already examined.
Elephantine 113 ע ל חגי אמרת לאשון ע ל כ ס ף " כן אבזר4 מ ר ז ח א " 5 לי ל ס ל א י ח ו 1 2 3 4 To Haggai: I spoke to 'Ashina about the money of the marzeah. This he said to me (namely, to ,Ito): 109 p o r language involved and probable geographic origin see Bordreuil and Pardee, "Le papyrus du marzeah," 62-65. 1111 Lewis, Cults of the Dead, 89. Bordreuil and Pardee, "Le papyrus du marzeah," 56, suggest a portion of a building on analogy with C 4 T 3 . 9 . This is possible but not certain.
Cf. the discussion in D. B. D. Dissertation; Johns Hopkins University, 1973) 144-47. 10 11 12 13 14 14b10 15[ [ [ [ [ [ ]-na ahê pX-šu ... ) išten 0n li-im kaspim pI ]i-na eqlêti zm-šu[ ]-ti Reverse 16[ ] sûqi 17[ ... )-te-nu mar Hu-da-ši 29 [pan ]-bi-mu mar Ta-me-ia 30 [pân ]bi-bi-lu mâr Ia-ku-un-ni 31 Warad d· NIN-URTA awi1 tup-sar-rum 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 [From] this [day], [before] witnesses, . ] the men of the marzêah . ] the sons of Tisupari . ]-numena and Abdiantû . ]-numenu, the elder brother, and Abdiantû, the younger brother .