The Ten Commandments in History and Tradition.
Jerusalem: The Magnes Press, The Hebrew University, 1985. Hardbound. Octavo in dust jacket, lacking the free front endpaper, color frontispiece, xvi, 455 pp., xxi b/w plates, glossary, indices. Good. Item #96180
English version edited by Gershon Levi. Articles are "The Uniqueness of the Decalogue and Its Place in Jewsh Tradition," Moshe Weinfeld, "The Tenth Commandment in the Light of Four Deuteronomic Laws," Alexander Rofe, "The Decalogue in Prophetic Literature," Meir Weiss, "The Decalogue Tradition Critically Examined," Moshe Greenberg, "The Decalogue According to Philo," Yehoshua Amir, "The Role of the Ten Commandments in Jewish Worship," Ephraim E. Urbach, "'Obsrve' and 'Remember' Spoken in One Utterance," Era Zion Melammed, "The Ten Commandments and The New Testament," David Flusser, "The Decalogue and Man at 'Homo Vocatus,'" Nathan Rotenstreich, "The Ten Commandments and the Essence of Religious Faith," Shalom Albeck, "Dividing the Decalogue into Verses and Commandments," Morcechai Breuer, "Some comments on the Cantillation of the Ten Commandments," Amnon Shiloah," The Ten Commandments in the Liturgical Poetry of Eleazar Kallir," Aharon Mirsky, "A Poem on the Decalogue Attributed to Saadiah Gaon, Joshua Blau, "The Ten Commandments in Spanish and Yemenite Liturgical Poetry," Yehudah Ratzaby, "The Tablets of the Law as a Symbol of Judaism,"Gad B. Sarfati, "Illustrations of the Ten Commandments in a Thirtenth Century Mahzor," Bezalel Narkiss.