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Sosiale kruisigingsteks(te) van 11Q Tempel 64.6-13: 'n Ondersoek na intertekstualiteit

Ananda Geyser, Andries van Aarde
HTS Teologiese Studies / Theological Studies | Vol 54, No 1/2 | a1417 | DOI: https://doi.org/10.4102/hts.v54i1/2.1417 | © 1998 Ananda Geyser, Andries van Aarde | This work is licensed under CC Attribution 4.0
Submitted: 11 December 1998 | Published: 12 December 1998

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Ananda Geyser, Departement Nuwe-Testamentiese Wetenskap (Md A), Universiteit van Pretoria, South Africa
Andries van Aarde, Departement Nuwe-Testamentiese Wetenskap (Md A), Universiteit van Pretoria, South Africa

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Abstract

Social crucifixion text(s) of 11 Q Temple 64.6-13: An investigation into intertextuality. This article asks certain questions about the assumption that Israelites did not use crucifixion as a penalty. It more specifically looks at the post-exilic era to 100 CE and focuses on two crucifixion texts from the Dead Sea Scrolls (11Q 64.6-13 and 4 QpNahum) IJy means of the method of intertextuality. In other words, it compares the Qumran texts with the crucifying habits and traditions of neighbouring cultures. These habits and traditions are called the social text(s). This article assumes that a text is not only a written but also a happened text. In other words, context is also taken to be a text.


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