Beatific afterlife in ancient Israel and in the ancient Near by Klaas Spronk

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Lods 1906:1,183; T orge 1909:178; B e r t h o le t 1 91 4:I f f . 48 . and Jahnow 6 C f. J . E ih o r s t , "D ie I s r a e lis c h e n T r a u e r r i t e n " , BZAW 27 (Fs J . W e llh a u s e n )(1 9 1 4 ),1 1 5 -1 2 8 . 9 C f. F re y 1898:229 and A a ld e rs 1914:30. 4 . Modem R esearch 35 m o u m in g - r ite s b y roundabout ways and th rou gh e x t e r n a l means are v a in , becau se th e y a r e n o t m e re ly used as d e a t h - r i t e s , b u t make th em selves f e l t in a l l c a s es when p e o p le are b ro u g h t fa c e t o fa c e w it h unhappiness and s o rro w .

209; S ch u bert 1962 120. 183-184; Greenspoon 1981:252; and F ü g l i s t e r 1983:34. 6 6 C f. G . F r a z e r , "On C e r ta in B u r ia l Custom as I l l u s t r a t i v e o f th e P r im i­ t i v e T h e o ry o f th e S o u l" , The Journal o f the A nthropological In s titu te o f Great B rita in and Irela n d 15(1886) ,64 -10 1 . F r a z e r c a l l s them " p ie c e s o f s p i r i t u a l armour, d e fe n c e s a g a in s t g h o s ts o r demons" ( I b i d . 9 9 ). 34 1. The H is t o r y o f I n t e r p r e t a t io n f u l s o u l le a v i n g th e body a f t e r d ea th in flu e n c e d th e r e a c t io n s t o d ea th .

6 I b i d . , p p . 528-556; C f. (1 9 7 3 ),5 6 2 . a ls o C. 4 . Modem R esearch l i v i n g t o make " l i f e " 37 in th e n e th e rw o rld b e a r a b le 1. S u k e n ik 's i n t e r p r e ­ t a t i o n o f th e tomb in Sam aria c o u ld b e q u e s tio n e d f o r th e same re a s o n , w h ereas i t may a ls o b e d ou bted w h eth er h e i s r i g h t in c a l l i n g i t an I s ­ r a e l i t e tomb1 2 . A c c o r d in g t o G a llin g th e anonym ity o f th e P a le s t in ia n g ra v e s im p lie s t h a t th e r e was no c u l t o f th e d ead, a t l e a s t n o t n e a r th e g r a v e s .

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