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First and foremost I would like to thank Dr Patricia Skinner, who for a long time has insisted on the importance of undertaking this study. I am also grateful to Hanna Naveh of Tel Aviv University, who was the driving force behind the three conferences at which central questions of the methodology of the study were worked out, and to Professor Miri Rubin of Queen Mary College, London University, who was always ready to answer any question throughout the period of this study, and, of course, to Yitzhak Hen of the Ben Gurion University of the Negev, in Beer Sheva, who read the study and made many constructive comments. In 2006 I was privileged to serve as a Visiting Fellow at Clare Hall, Cambridge, England, where the last stages of the study were completed. I wish to thank the members of the college for their fine hospitality and for providing me with such excellent conditions for conducting research and writing and also for looking after my family so well. Finally, I want to express my appreciation to Ilana Kraus and to C. Michael Copeland for their help in translating and editing the book.


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