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Babylonian marriage agreements

Martha Tobi Roth

Babylonian marriage agreements

7th-3rd centuries B.C.

by Martha Tobi Roth

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Published by Butzon & Bercker, Neukirchener Verlag in Kevelaer, Neukirchen-Vluyn .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Iraq,
  • Babylonia.
    • Subjects:
    • Antenuptial contracts -- Iraq -- Babylonia,
    • Akkadian language -- Texts

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Martha T. Roth.
      SeriesAlter Orient und Altes Testament ;, Bd. 222
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsKL2246 .R67 1989
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxviii, 154 p. ;
      Number of Pages154
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1937383M
      ISBN 103788713119, 376669636X
      LC Control Number90156175

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[32] Martha Roth. Babylonian Marriage Agreements: 7th-3rd Centuries B.C. AOAT Neukirchen-Vluyn: Neukirchener Verlag, ; Kathleen Abraham. “Negotiating Marriage in Multicultural Babylonia: An Example from the Judean Community in Āl-Yāhūdu.” In Jonathan Stökl and Caroline Waerzeggers, eds.

Exile and Return The Babylonian Context. In neo-Babylonian times, a measure of family consciousness appeared in the form of ancestral family names for identification purposes. The first step in creating a family unit, whether small or clan like, is of course the marriage. Ironically, for most of history, it left the prospective bride out of the decision-making process.

The Old Babylonian marriage contract was a contract or agreement that did not have to be in writing in order to have legal validity.

The extant Old Babylonian marriage docu-ments do not prove the necessity of written marriage contracts since the writing down of these records was occasioned not by marriage but by the pressure of related transactions.

Get this from a library. Babylonian marriage agreements: 7th-3rd centuries B.C. [Martha Tobi Roth]. the Old Babylonian agreements, on the other hand, often envisage a wife’s repudi- ation of her husband, while remaining silent on the issue of adultery in particular (cf. Westbrook 83).

The verb in line 9 is obviously corrupt; see the comments to my edition of the marriage agreement in my forthcoming study of NB matrimonial property. The other two marriage agreements in which the bride acts for herself are otherwise unexceptional; they are BM (Babylon, B.C.) and BM ([n.p., n.d.]).

Historians say the words were recited by a bride of Sumerian King Shu-Sin, fourth ruler of the Third Dynasty of Ur, who Babylonian marriage agreements book between and BC, and used as a script for a ceremonial recreation of the sacred marriage. It would have been sung at the New Year festival, and at banquets and festivals accompanied by music and dance.

In Book One of The Histories Herodotus describes many a Babylonian custom.[1] One of the most charming descriptions concerns the way Babylonians matched couples for marriage.

According to Herodotus: In every village once a year all the girls of marriageable age used to be collected together in one place, while the men stood round them in a circle; an auctioneer then. Joseph said: Come and hear. A maiden aged three years and a day may be acquired in marriage by coition, and if her deceased husband's brother cohabits with her, she becomes his.

— Babylonian Talmud, Tractate Sanhedrin 55b Soncino Edition, page The legal phrase-books Among the treasures preserved in the library of Ashurbânipal and in the archives of the Babylonian temples were a number of tablets and fragments of tablets which recorded the efforts made by Semitic scribes to render Sumerian words and phrases into Semitic.

A large number of these are concerned with legal subjects. Whence did they know. 25 — R. Hana 26 b. Bizna replied in the name of R. Simeon the Pious: They were made to pass before the frontplate. 27 If the face of anyone turned pale 28 it was known that she was fit for cohabitation; if it did not turn pale 28 it was known that she was unfit for cohabitation.

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Buy this Book on Kindle. The Babylonian Talmud in Selection, by Leo Auerbach, [], at p. The Marriage Contract (Tractate Kethuboth) A VIRGIN is to be married on the fourth day of the week, and a widow on the fifth day. Because the court is in session in the towns twice a week, on the second and on the fifth days.

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This book completes the publication of the legal documents from Nippur, belonging to the Dynasties of Babylon, Larsa and Isin.

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by Briangotts (Public Domain) So while romantic love did play a part in Mesopotamian marriages, it is true that, according to the customs and expectations of Mesopotamian society, marriage was a legal contract between the father of a girl and another man (the groom, as in the case of the bride auction where the groom.

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