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M. A. BEEK, Der Ersatzkönig als Erzählungsmotiv in der altisraelitischen Literatur

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A text that was recorded in the Neo-Babylonian period, reported that during the reign of Irra-Mitti occurred some gardeners as SAR Puhi and the throne did not leave because of the real king died now. It is not likely that in the worship of Israel a legitimate cult of King replacement could occur. In the story of Naboth vineyard to 1 Kings xxi has been the case. The author has tried to prove the committed on Jezebel bustle sgn. Judicial murder of Naboth after the presentation of the narrator for the outside world had to have a tangible and not very experienced as illegitimate reason. According to him Jezebel wanted to achieve two things: first, the death of Naboth and secondly that his Erbbezitz fell to the king. Fragment of a bilingual text seems to emphasize that the SAR puhi was a member of the royal family.

Keywords: SAR puhi; Naboth; Neo-Babylonian period; Kings; Israel

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