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" If an obligation came due against a seignior and he sold the services of his wife, his son, or his daughter, or he has been bound over to service, they shall work in the house of their purchaser or obligee for three years, with their freedom reestablished... "
The Slave Systems of Greek and Roman Antiquity - Page 43
by William Linn Westermann - 1955 - 180 pages
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Hebrews between Cultures: Group Portraits and National Literature

Meir Sternberg - Religion - 1999 - 760 pages
...against a seignior and he sold (the services of) his wife, his son, or his daughter, or he has been bound over to service, they shall work (in) the house of...with their freedom reestablished in the fourth year. (Pritchard 1969:170-71, 117; for a review of the parallels see Chirichigno 1993:67-72, 89-90, 192-95)...
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Reading the Pentateuch: A Historical Introduction

John J. McDermott - Religion - 2002 - 250 pages
...against a nohleman and he sold the services of his wife, his son, or his daughter, or he has heen hound over to service, they shall work in the house of their purchaser or ohligee for three years, with their freedom reestahlished in the fourth year. (#117; ANET 170) Note,...
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The Ten Commandments: A Handbook of Religious, Legal, and Social Issues

Joseph P. Hester - Reference - 2003 - 285 pages
...against a seignior and he sold [the services of] his wife, his son, or his daughter, or he has been bound over to service, they shall work [in] the house of...with their freedom reestablished in the fourth year." Deuteronomy 15:12ff. (See also, Exodus 21:2ff.): And if thy brother, an Hebrew man, or an Hebrew woman,...
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Ancient Laws and Modern Problems: The Balance Between Justice and a Legal System

John Sassoon - History - 2005 - 220 pages
...against a seignior and he sold the services of his wife, his son, or his daughter, or he has been bound over to service, they shall work in the house of their...with their freedom re-established in the fourth year. (Hammurabi, law 117) In case of debt, the wife, the children, the whole family could be sold into slavery;...
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Illuminating Leviticus: A Study of Its Laws and Institutions in the Light of ...

Calum Carmichael - History - 2006 - 212 pages
...against a seignior and he sold [the services of] his wife, his son, or his daughter, or he has been bound over to service, they shall work [in] the house of...with their freedom reestablished in the fourth year." See ANET, 151. Jacob is not a debt-slave. The I^aban-Jacob imbroglio, however, touches on the topic...
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