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HOMICIDE IN THE BIBLICAL WORLD use visual .net 3 of 9 maker touse code 3/9 in .net UPC Case Code To Ina say: Thus sa .net vs 2010 Code 3 of 9 id Elani, When I came here, Idi-Kubum and his colleagues, the ten-men committee of Hahhum, and I kept going up to the palace. Instead of answering directly, the princes repeatedly an8 11 swered evasively.

Here is a copy of the oath which they brought us for writing down in the karum and [concerning which] our envoy satis ed them. 12 The citizens have revolted. 13 14 [The king] has spilled blood and therefore his throne is unstable.

15 17 Conditions are worsening. The princes are conspiring[ ] among themselves. 17 18 You are my father.

You are my lord. 18 23 When the karum has read the tablet, make an appeal to it. Let the advice of the karum and your advice come to me.

Do not come! You should talk it over there [at Kanish]. 24 29 . .

. I shall give him [it] . .

. I to [ . .

. ]-shua and to [this day] my nances . .

. this . .

. 30 32 As for you . .

. I will stay here for half a day. 32 33 Take heed of what the karum [advises you].

. . .

Do not come! . . .

This claim seems to be akin to the Israelite concept of spilled blood polluting. However, it is equally possible that this reference does not refer to pollution at all but to the general state of revolt. And even if these vague references do refer to de lement incurred by a homicide, the pollution affects only the slayer.

42 The possible de lement from a slaying is never extended to the entire country. In a possible parallel to the rite in Deut 21:1 9, the Hittite laws contain provisions regarding a corpse found in a eld when the killer presumably cannot be identi ed: HL 6 If a person, man or woman, is killed in another[ ] city, [the victim s heir] shall deduct 12,000 square meters [ = 3 acres] from the land of the person on whose property the person was killed and shall take it for himself. Late version of 6 If a man is found killed on another person s property, if he is a free man, [the property owner] shall give his property, house and 60 shekels of silver.

But if [the dead person] is a woman, [the property owner] shall give [no property, but] 120 shekels of silver. But if [the place where the dead body was found] is not [private] property, but open uncultivated country, they shall measure 3 DANNA s in all directions, and whatever village is determined [to lie within that. 42 Another reference might be .net vs 2010 Code-39 found in CT 51 147 24 (transliterated and translated in Erica Reiner, A Manner of Speaking, in Zikir sumim: Assyriological Studies Presented to F. Kraus [Leiden: Nederlands Instituut voor het Nabije Oosten 5, 1982], 282 289): If he keeps turning his head, he is polluted with blood.

Toorn suggests that restless movements of the head were associated with the expression that blood(guilt) comes back upon the head of the perpetrator (Sin and Sanction, 159, n. 50)..

POLLUTION AND HOMICIDE radius], he shall t .NET barcode 39 ake those very [inhabitants of the village].43 If there is no village, [the heir of the deceased] shall forfeit [his claim].

The law is concerned solely with determining who must pay compensation. Indeed, the extraordinarily high penalty for a slaying in the vicinity of a village the con scation of the entire village may have been intended to prevent the inhabitants of the village from shielding their own.44 In sharp contrast to the prescription in Deut 21:1 9, no rite of puri cation is mandated.

The same concern with providing compensation for the victim when the killer has not been apprehended is found in a statute in the Laws of Hammurapi: 24 If a life [is lost during a robbery for which the robber is not arrested], the city and governor shall pay 60 shekels of silver to his kinsman. LH 24 provides for a case in which the killer has not been arrested when a person has been killed in the course of a robbery. The city and governor must pay sixty shekels to the victim s kinsmen if the robber is not arrested.

It appears that the communal authorities must discharge the obligation to the family against whom the act of killing was perpetrated.45 Once again, the only concern is a nancial one there is no concern with pollution. CTH 172, a letter from the Hittite emperor in response to the Babylonian king s demand that those who killed Babylonian merchants in areas under Hittite hegemony be executed, contains an ambiguous reference to puri cation: rev.

15 ` [ . . .

] a-ka-an-na ta-a -pu-ra um-ma-a lu DAM.GAR.MES-ia i-na s kur kur 16 kur kur ` u-ga-ri-it a-mur-ri [u i-na .

. . i-du]-uk-ku i-na ha-at ti na-pu-ul-ta u-ul i-du-uk-ku 17 [ um-ma i-na kur ha-at-ti na]-pus a-ma-ti sa-a- i ul-ta i-du-uk-ku sum-ma LUGAL i- i-im-me a-na s s 18 [ .

. . d]a-i-ka-na sa na-pu-ul-ti i-sa-ab-ba-tu4 -ma a-na SES.

MES sa . s di-ki 19 [ . .

. KUG.BABBAR a-na] mu-ul-le-e sa lu di-ki SES.

MES- u lu 20 A- u ` s ` i-le-eq-qu-u u da-i-ka-na [ . . .

a ]-ra sa na-pu-ul-tu4 i-na S s s ` di-ku ul-la-lu u sum-ma SES.MES- u 21 [KUG.BABBAR mu-ul-le]-e u-ul i-mah-ha-ru da-i-ka-na sa na-pu-ul-ti 22 [ .

. . l]i-pu- u sum-ma LU s LUGAL i-ha-tu a-na KUR-ti sa-na-ti-ma 23 [ .

. . ] u a-na ` sa hi-ta a-na .

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