Table of contents for There's such divinity doth hedge a king : selected essays of Nicolas Wyatt on royal ideology in Ugaritic and Old Testament literature / Nicolas Wyatt.

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Contents
Preface
Acknowledgments
Abbreviations
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'Araunah the Jebusite' and the Throne of David
1
2
'Jedidiah' and Cognate Forms as a Title of Royal Legitimization
19
3
Cain's wife
37
4
The Hollow Crown: 
Ambivalent Elements in West Semitic Royal Ideology
53
5
Echoes of the King and his Ka: 
an Ideological Motif in the Story of Solomon's Birth
87
6
When Adam Delved: the Meaning of Genesis 3:23
97
7
'Supposing him to be the Gardener' (John 20:15): 
a Study of the Paradise Motif in John
105
8
The Meaning of El Roi and the Mythological Dimension of Genesis 16
133
9
The Theogony Motif in Ugarit and the Bible
147
10
The Liturgical Context of Psalm 19 and its Mythical and Ritual Origins
173
11
Ilimilku's Ideological Programme: 
Ugaritic Royal Propaganda, and a Biblical Postscript
225
12
Arms and the King: 
the Earliest Allusions to the Chaoskampf Motif and their Implications for the Interpretation of the Ugaritic and Biblical Traditions
257
13
Degrees of Divinity: 
some Mythical and Ritual Aspects of West Semitic kingship
329
14
Ilimilku the Theologian: 
the Ideological Roles of Athtar and Baal in KTU 1.1 and 1.6
385
15
Marriage, Mayhem and Murder: 
an everyday story of royal folk
403
Bibliography
441

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Kings and rulers -- Biblical teaching.
Middle East -- Kings and rulers -- History.
Ugaritic literature -- Relation to the Old Testament.
Kings and rulers -- Religious aspects -- History of doctrines.