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A. Ištar-of-Nineveh and Ištar-of-Arbela
C. Outline and Method
A. Defining “God”
B. Non-anthropomorphic Deities
D. The Mouth-Washing Ritual and Mesopotamian Statues
E. Implications for the Present Study
A. The Three Types of Scribes
B. The Learned Scribes
C. “The Uninitiated May Not See”
D. The Scribal Elite and the Repurposing of Myth for Cultic Use
E. Official and Non-official Religion
F. Defining “Official Religion” in the ancient Near East
G. Implications for the Present Study
A. Syncretization at Egypt
B. Multiplicity and Hinduism
C. Greek Epithets and Zeus
a. The Cretan and Chthonic Zeus
b. The Nature of Zeus’s Epithets
D. The Multiple Manifestations of the Madonna
a. Mary and Accusations of Idolatry
b. Official Support for Local Madonnas
B. Western Biases and Telescopic Views of Deities: Amar Annus
C. Paul-Alain Beaulieu
D. JoAnn Scurlock
E. Gary Beckman
F. George Barton
H. Implications for the Present Study
A. Lexical God-Lists
a. The Fara God-Lists (ca. 2600)
b. Old Babylonian Lexical Lists
c. The An = Anum God-List
B. Non-Lexical God-List Traditions
C. Implications for the Present Study
A. Building Composite God-Lists from Royal Inscriptions
B. Witness-list Traditions
C. Personal and Royal Correspondence
D. Cultic Texts and EGLs
a. Neo-Babylonian Uruk
b. The Cult and EGLs in Neo-Assyria
1´. “BM 121206”
2´. The “Götteradressbuch of Aššur”
A. Adding to the Hittite Pantheon
B. Puduḫepa’s Reform
C. The Hittites and Divine Labels: The Storm-Gods (IŠKURs)
D. The LAMMA Deities
E. Hittite Treaties
F. The Ištar/Šaušga Class of Goddesses
A. Baal and the Baals of the Ugaritic Pantheon
B. Baal-of-Ugarit and the other Baals at Ugarit
C. Baal: Epithet or Name?
D. Baals of the First Millennium
A. The Last Shall Be Second, or the Last Are Still Least?
B. An Ištar by Several Other Names
C. Theological Speculations about Ištar-associated Goddesses
D. Who is Mullissu, and when is she Mullissu?
E. The Assyrian Ištar
F. Two Ištar-Associated Goddesses Who are Not Ištar
G. Conclusions
A. “Hear, O Israel, Yahweh Our God…”
B. The Geographic Origin of Yahweh: Teman
C. Yahweh and the Northern Kingdom of Israel: Samaria
a. Yahweh-of-Samaria at Samaria?
b. Considering Yahweh-of-Samaria as a Divine Name
D. Yahweh and the Southern Kingdom of Judah: Zion and the Hosts
E. Yahweh and the bet-Locative
F. Conclusions
A. Summary
B. Implications
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The Splintered Divine A Study of Ištar, Baal, and

The Splintered Divine A Study of Ištar, Baal, and

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