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The Oxford Bible Commentary Line-by-line commentary for the New Revised Standard Version Bible.

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Andreasen, N.-E. A. (1972), The Old Testament Sabbath, SBL Dissertation 7 (Missoula, Mont: Scholars Press).

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Cross, F. M. (1947), ‘The Priestly Tabernacle’, BA 10: 45–68 (= BAR 1: 201–28).

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Grabbe, L. L. (1987), ‘The Scapegoat Ritual: A Study in Early Jewish Interpretation’, JSJ 18: 152–67.

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———(ed.) (1997), Can a History of Israel Be Written? JSOTSup 245 = European Seminar in Historical Methodology, 1 (Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press).

———(2000), Judaic Religion in the Second Temple Period: Belief and Practice from the Exile to Yavneh (London: Routledge).

Haran, M. (1962), ‘Shilo and Jerusalem: The Origin of the Priestly Tradition in the Pentateuch’, JBL 81: 14–24.

———(1978), Temples and Temple-Service in Ancient Israel (Oxford: Clarendon).

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Heider, G. C. (1985), The Cult of Molek: A Reassessment, JSOTSup 43 (Sheffield: JSOT).

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Hurvitz, A. (1982), A Linguistic Study of the Relationship between the Priestly Source and the Book of Ezekiel: A New Approach to an Old Problem, Cahiers de la Revue Biblique, 20 (Paris: Gabalda).

———(1988), ‘Dating the Priestly Source in Light of the Historical Study of Biblical Hebrew: A Century after Wellhausen’, ZAW 100 Suppl., 88–100.

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Jenson, P. P. (1992), Graded Holiness: A Key to the Priestly Conception of the World, JSOTSup 106 (Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press).

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Knohl, I. (1987), ‘The Priestly Torah Versus the Holiness School: Sabbath and the Festivals’, HUCA 58: 65–117.

———(1995), The Sanctuary of Silence: The Priestly Torah and the Holiness School (Minneapolis: Fortress).

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———(1985), Early Israel: Anthropological and Historical Studies on the Israelite Society before the Monarchy, VTSup 37 (Leiden: Brill).

———(1991), The Canaanites and Their Land: The Tradition of the Canaanites, JSOTSup 110 (Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press).

———(1993), ‘The Old Testament—a Hellenistic Book’, SJOT7:163–93.

Levine, B. A. (1974), In the Presence of the Lord: A Study of Cult and Some Cultic Terms in Ancient Israel, SJLA 5 (Leiden: Brill).

Lewy, H. (1958), ‘The Biblical Institution of D e rôr in the Light of Akkadian Documents’, EI 5: 21*–31*.

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Marx, A. (1989), ‘Sacrifice pour les péchés ou rites de passage? Quelques réflexions sur la fonction du, ḥaṭṭā᾽t’, RB 96: 27–48.

———(1994), Les Offrandes végétales dans l'Ancien Testament: Du tribut d'hommage au repas eschatologique, VTSup 57 (Leiden: Brill).

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———(1991), Leviticus 1–16, AB 3 (Garden City, NY: Doubleday).

———(1992), ‘Priestly (“P”) Source’, ABD v. 454–61.

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