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Altmann, Peter (2018). Feasting like Royalty in a Time of Famine: Reflections on the Meaning and Composition of the Feast in Gen 43:15–34. Zeitschrift für die alttestamentliche Wissenschaft, 130(3):349-363.

Altmann, Peter (2016). Economics in Persian-period biblical texts : their interactions with economic developments in the Persian period and earlier biblical traditions. Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck.

Altmann, Peter (2015). Ancient Comparisons, Modern Models, and Ezra–Nehemiah: Triangulating the Sources for Insights on the Economy of Persian Period Yehud. In: Miller, Marvin Lloyd; ben Zvi, Ehud; Knoppers, Gary N. The Economy of Ancient Judah in Its Historical Context. Winona Lake: Eisenbrauns, 103-120.

Altmann, Peter (2015). Review of Adams, Samuel L., Social and Economic Life in Second Temple Judea. Journal of Hebrew Scriptures:online.

Feasting in the Archaeology and Texts of the Bible and the Ancient Near East. Edited by: Altmann, Peter; Fu, Janling (2014). Winona Lake, IN: Eisenbrauns.

Altmann, Peter (2014). Tithes for clergy and taxes for the king: Separate or combined systems of payments in Nehemiah? The Catholic Biblical Quarterly, 76:215-229.

Altmann, Peter (2014). Feast and Famine: Lack as a Backdrop for Plenty. In: Altmann, Peter; Fu, Janling. Feasting in the Archaeology and Texts of the Hebrew Bible and Ancient Near East East. Winona Lake, IN: Eisenbrauns, 149-78.

Fu, Janling; Altmann, Peter (2014). Feasting: Backgrounds, Theoretical Perspectives, and Introductions. In: Altmann, Peter; Fu, Janling. Feasting in the Archaeology and Texts of the Bible and the Ancient Near East. Winona Lake, IN: Eisenbrauns, 1-31.

Altmann, Peter (2014). Rezension von: Cynthia Schafer-Elliott: Food in Ancient Judah: domestic cooking in the time of the Hebrew Bible. Sheffield : Equinox , 2013. Near Eastern Archaeology, 77(4):304-305.

Altmann, Peter (2013). Diet, Bronze and Iron Age. In: Master, Daniel. The Oxford Encyclopedia of the Bible and Archaeology. New York: Oxford University PRess, 286-296.

Altmann, Peter (2013). Review of: Coomber, Matthew J. M., Re-Reading the Prophets through Corporate Globalization: A Cultural-Evolutionary Approach to Economic Injustice in the Hebrew Bible. Journal of Hebrew Scriptures, 13:online.

Altmann, Peter (2012). Everyday Meals for Extraordinary People: Eating and Assimilation in Ruth. In: MacDonald, Nathan; Sutter Rehmann, Luzia; Ehrensperger, Kathy. Decisive meals : table politics in biblical literature. London/New York: T&T Clark, 15-26.

Altmann, Peter (2012). Festive Meals and Identity in Deuteronomy. The Bible and Interpretation:online.

Altmann, Peter (2012). Food and Food Production. New York: Oxford University Press.

Altmann, Peter (2011). There will be doubt, but when is doubt „good‟? Reflections from an old testament perspective. Hermeneutische Blätter, 2011(1/2):65-79.

Altmann, Peter (2011). Festive meals in ancient Israel: Deuteronomy’s identity politics in their ancient Near Eastern context. Berlin: De Gruyter.

Altmann, Peter (2011). Review of: "Tuckett, Christopher (ed.), Feasts and Festivals". Journal of Hebrew Scriptures, 11:online.

Altmann, Peter (2011). What do the “Levites in your gates” have to do with the “Levitical Priests”? An attempt at European–North American dialogue on the Levites in the Deuteronomic law corpus. In: Leuchter, Mark A; Hutton, Jeremy M. Levites and Priests in History and Tradition. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 135-154.

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