— Ph.D. 1979, Harvard University
Professor, Department of Middle Eastern Studies
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R S 353 • Queen Of Sheba In Hist/Legend
TTH 1230pm-200pm WAG 420
(also listed as
AFR 374C, ISL 373, J S 364, MES 320, WGS 340 )
The course will cover the biblical story of the Queen of Sheba’s visit to King Solomon; a brief survey of
ancient Sabean (“Sheba-an”) archaeology and culture; stories about the Queen of Sheba in Jewish,
Christian, and Muslim traditions; the Queen of Sheba and Solomon as the parents of Ethiopia’s first king;
the Queen of Sheba in Western art, literature, music, and film.
Huehnergard, J. (2008, September) Additions and Corrections to Ugaritic Vocabulary in Syllabic Transcription. .
Huehnergard, J. (2008) Qitta: Arabic Cats. In B. Gruendler (Ed.), Classical Arabic Humanities in Their Own Terms: Festschrift for Wolfhart Heinrichs on His 65th Birthday Presented by His Students and Colleagues (pp.407-418). Leiden: Brill.