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5 The occasion for the events of the narratives seems to have been the reigns of 2. Indeed, 2 Kgs 4-6 contain examples of almost all types of D'HW and min 3. Most D"")U] who are given names by the narrator, such as Absalom, David, Ichabod, Esther, are not servants at all. Rather they are at risk or in danger in some way, and they become DHI)] by virtue of their imperilment. This phenomenon is the subject of Chapter 5. ) For a complete list of named D"HU3 and rrni>], see the Appendix. 4. O. Long, 2 Kings (FOTL, 10; Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1991), p.
40. 'Patronage provides an alternative or a supplement to reciprocity within kinship groups and between status equals. In fact, it is hard to imagine a peasant society surviving without both lateral and vertical support systems' (A. ], Patronage in Ancient Society [London: Routledge, 1989], p. 157). 41. Pilch and Malina, Biblical Social Values, pp. 133-34. 38 Away from the Father's House Two things about such a relationship should be obvious. The first is that the client in such an arrangement suffers a loss of autonomy and honor in taking on what is essentially the role of a child.
Is D127Q, a participle often translated as minister or ministering, which conveys a sense of the breadth of the services performed. 3 [Gen. 12] and mtfQ [Gen. 4]. Similarly, both terms are used for Amnon's servant [2 Sam. 17], King Ahasuerus's servants [Est. 3] and Joshua [Exod. 11, inter alia]. 4, 15]). These characters also serve as conduits for information about the local scene. In all servant-holding societies, information is shared between resident servants or slaves and visitors of the same status when they share meals and quarters, while their masters attend to whatever business has required travel.
Away from the Father's House: The Social Location of the Na?ar and Na?arah in Ancient Israel (JSOT Supplement Series) by Carolyn S. Leeb