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    In:  Hebrew Studies 61 (2020) 213-234
    Language: English
    Year of publication: 2020
    Titel der Quelle: Hebrew Studies
    Angaben zur Quelle: 61 (2020) 213-234
    Keywords: Bible. Criticism, interpretation, etc. ; Women in the Bible ; Prophets Biblical teaching ; Gender identity in the Bible ; Forced migration Biblical teaching ; Babylonia
    Abstract: The passage concerning female intermediaries in Ezek 13:17–23 is beset with interpretational obstacles. For example, the Hebrew is unclear as to whether the women receive payment in barley and bread, even though many translations assert it. Commentators often assume the payment hints at corruption. Yet the passage suggests that Ezekiel believed the women wielded significant power in their community, amounting to far greater gains than grains.
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