Joel M. LeMon

The »Hezekiah Seal,« Judahite Iconography, and the Winged Form of God in Psalms 61 and 63

Volume 13 () / Issue 1, pp. 33-62 (30)
Published 16.02.2024

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A newly-recovered bulla from E. Mazar's Ophel excavation can provide an important source of data for interpreting Psalms 61 and 63, and perhaps other psalms that picture God in winged form. This study analyzes the Hezekiah bulla within its iconographical context in order to explore the religious history of ancient Israel as revealed in the Psalter. The analysis of this bulla strengthens the case for a intepreting the voice in Psalms 61 and 63 as that of the king.

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