Recovering Women’s Rituals in the Ancient Near East - Julye Bidmead

Recovering Women’s Rituals in the Ancient Near East - Julye Bidmead

Comparative Analysis

Recovering Women’s Rituals in the Ancient Near East - Julye Bidmead

Julye Bidmead [+-]
Chapman University
Julye Bidmead is Professor in the Department of Religious Studies at Chapman University in California. She is the author of The Akitu Festival: Religious Continuity and Royal Legitimation in Mesopotamia (2002) and is a senior staff member on the Megiddo Expedition and on the Tel Jezreel Expedition.

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Using combined methodologies of feminist ideological criticism, ritual studies, and a re-examination of archaeological remains this book offers reconstructions of women’s rituals and rites of passage in ancient Israel, Canaan, and Mesopotamia during the first millennium BCE.

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Bidmead, Julye . Comparative Analysis. Recovering Women’s Rituals in the Ancient Near East. Equinox eBooks Publishing, United Kingdom. Nov 2021. ISBN 9781781790755. https://www.equinoxpub.com/home/view-chapter/?id=23781. Date accessed: 14 Oct 2019 doi: 10.1558/equinox.23781. Nov 2021

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