Review of Books / Journal for the Study of Judaism 42 (2011) 375-440 431 The Land of Israel in Bible, History, and Theology: Studies in Honour of Ed Noort . Edited by Jacques van Ruiten and J. Cornelis de Vos. (Supplements to Vetus Tes- tamentum 124). Leiden and Boston: Brill, 2009. Pp. xviii, 476. Cloth with dust jacket. €152.00 / US$ 225.00. ISBN 978-90-04-17515-0. This festschrift honours Ed Noort, a major ﬁgure in Hebrew Biblical studies, whose work is unfortunately not as well known outside of the European context as it should be. This oversight may be directly attributed to the fact that most of his scholarly work has appeared in Dutch and German, which—in spite of the old joke that German is the most important Semitic language—has limited his recep- tion in the English-speaking world. Hence, the editors of this volume are to be thanked for ensuring that all but four of the contributions are written in or trans- lated into English. Ideally, the engagement with the essays in this volume should lead the interested readers to consult Noort’s works, which are listed on 431-440 and in many instances have provided the catalysts for the subject matter
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