Biblical Bibliographies
Charles Conroy []

Dan 12,1-4 in the Context of Dan 10-12

[see also:  Resurrection and related themes in the OT]

The bibliography is divided into two sections as follows:

I.    Studies specifically on Dan 12,1-4

Alfrink, B. F., "L'idée de résurrection d'après Dan., XII, 1.2", Bib 40 (1959) 355-371.

Bailey, D. P., "The Intertextual Relationship of Daniel 12:2 and Isaiah 26:19. Evidence from Qumran and the Greek Versions", TynBul 51 (2000) 305-308.

Barth, C., Diesseits und Jenseits im Glauben des späten Israel (SBS 72; Stuttgart: Katholisches Bibelwerk, 1974) 82-100.

Bonora, A., "Il linguaggio di risurrezione in Dan 12,1-3", RivB 30 (1982) 111-125.

Chester, A., Messiah and Exaltation: Jewish Messianic and Visionary Traditions and New Testament Christology (WUNT 207; Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2007) 137-144.

Day, J., "da‘at 'humiliation' in the Light of Isaiah LIII 3 and Daniel XII 4, and the Oldest Known Interpretation of the Suffering Servant", VT 30 (1980) 97-103.

Day, J., "Resurrection Imagery from Baal to the Book of Daniel", in J. A. Emerton (ed.), Congress Volume Cambridge 1995 (VTSup 66; Leiden: Brill, 1997) 125-133.

Doukhan, J. B., "From Dust to Stars: The Vision of Resurrection(s) in Daniel 12,1-3 and Its Resonance in the Book of Daniel", in G. van Oyen – T. Shepherd (eds.), Resurrection of the Dead: Biblical Traditions in Dialogue (BETL 249; Leuven: Peeters, 2012) 85-98.

Fenz, A. K., "Wie lange noch? Exegetische Bemerkungen zu Dn 12,1-13", Bibel und Liturgie 40 (1967) 408-426.

Gardner, A. E., "The Way to Eternal Life in Dan 12:1e-2 or How to Reverse the Death Curse of Genesis 3", Australian Biblical Review 40 (1992) 1-19.

Ginsberg, H. L., "The Oldest Interpretation of the Suffering Servant", VT 3 (1953) 400-404.

Haag, E., "Daniel 12 und die Auferstehung der Toten", in J. J. Collins – P. W. Flint (eds.), The Book of Daniel. Composition and Reception. Vol. 1 (VTSup 83,1 / Formation and Interpretation of Old Testament Literature, II,1; Leiden: Brill, 2001) 132-148.

Kellermann, U., "Das Danielbuch und die Märtyrertheologie der Auferstehung", in J. W. van Henten (ed.), Die Entstehung der Jüdischen Martyrologie (Studia Post-Biblica, 38; Leiden: Brill, 1989) 51-75.

Lindenberger, J. M., "Daniel 12:1-4", Int 39 (1985) 181-186.

Martin-Achard, R., "L'ésperance des croyants d'Israël face à la mort selon Esaïe 65,16c-25 et selon Daniel 12,1-4", RHPR 59 (1979) 439-451; = [same title], in R. Martin-Achard, Permanence de l'Ancien Testament. Recherches d'exégèse et de théologie (Cahiers de la Revue de theólogie et de philosophie, 11; Genève – Lausanne – Neuchâtel: Revue de théologie et de philosophie, 1984) 285-297.

Martin-Achard, R., "Résurrection dans l'Ancien Testament et le Judaïsme", DBSup 10 (1985 [fasc. 55: 1981]) 452-458 [437-487].

Moore, M. S., "Resurrection and Immortality: Two Motifs Navigating Confluent Theological Streams in the Old Testament (Dan 12,1-4)", TZ 39 (1983) 17-34.

Preuß, H. D., "'Auferstehung' in Texten alttestamentlicher Apokalyptik (Jes 26,7-19; Dan 12,1-4)", Forum Theologiae Linguisticae 3 (1972) 101-133.

Salguero, J., "La Resurreción de los cuerpos en Dan 12,1-3", Cultura Bíblica 23 (1966) 151-160.

Wolters, A., "Halley's Comet at a Turning Point in Jewish History", CBQ 55 (1993) 687-697.

Wolters, A., "Zōhar hārāqîa‘ (Daniel 12.3) and Halley's Comet", JSOT 61 (1994) 111-120.

Woude, A. S. van der, "Prophetic Prediction, Political Prognostication, and Firm Belief: Reflections on Daniel 11:40-12:3", in C. A. Evans – S. Talmon (eds.), The Quest for Context and Meaning: Studies in Biblical Intertextuality in Honor of James A. Sanders (Biblical Interpretation Series, 28; Leiden: Brill, 1997) 63-73.

II.    Studies on other questions in Dan 10-12

Bogaert, P.-M., "La chronologie dans la dernière vision de Daniel (Dn 10,4 et 12,11-12)", in A. Caquot – M. Hadas-Lebel – J. Riaud (eds.), Hellenica et Judaica. Hommage à Valentin Nikiprowetzky (Leuven – Paris: Peeters, 1986) 207-211.

Böhl, F., "'Askese' vor dem Offenbarungsempfang im apokalyptischen and rabbinischen Schrifttum", Frankfurter Judaistische Beiträge 12 (1984) 82-104.

Clifford, R. J., "History and Myth in Daniel X – XII", BASOR 220 (Dec. 1975) 23-26.

David, P., "Daniel 11,1: A Late Gloss?", in A. S. van der Woude (ed.), The Book of Daniel in the Light of New Findings (BETL 106; Leuven: Leuven University Press – Peeters, 1993) 505-514.

Delcor, M., "L'histoire selon le livre de Daniel, notamment au chapitre XI", in A. S. van der Woude (ed.), The Book of Daniel in the Light of New Findings (BETL 106; Leuven: Leuven University Press – Peeters, 1993) 365-386.

Fournier Mathews, S., "The Numbers in Daniel 12:11-12: Rounded Pythagorean Plane Numbers?", CBQ 63 (2001) 630-646.

Gardner, A. E., "Sêkêl in the Hebrew Bible: Key to the Identity and Function of the Maskilîm in Daniel", RB 118 (2011) 496-514.

Haag, E., "Der Kampf der Engelmächte in Daniel 10-12", in K. Kiesow – T. Meurer (eds.), Textarbeit. Studien zu Texten und ihrer Rezeption aus dem Alten Testament und der Umwelt Israels. Festschrift für Peter Weimar zur Vollendung seines 60. Lebensjahres mit Beiträgen von Freunden, Schülern und Kollegen (AOAT 294; Münster: Ugarit-Verlag, 2003) 245-253.

Hasslberger, B., Hoffnung in der Bedrängnis. Eine formkritische Untersuchung zu Dan 8 und 10-12 (ATSAT 4; St. Ottilien: EOS, 1977).

Kooij, A. van der, "Groups and Parties in Early Judaism: Daniel 11:14 and the Hasideans", Semitica et Classica 8 (2015) 45-51.

Lambert, D., "Fasting as a Penitential Rite: A Biblical Phenomenon?", HTR 96 (2003) 477-512.

Lust, J., "Cult and Sacrifice in Daniel. The Tamid and the Abomination of Desolation", in J. Quaegebeur (ed.), Ritual and Sacrifice in the Ancient Near East (Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta, 55; Leuven: Peeters, 1993) 283-299; = [same title], in J. J. Collins – P. W. Flint (eds.), The Book of Daniel. Composition and Reception. Vol. 2 (VTSup 83,2 / Formation and Interpretation of Old Testament Literature, II,2; Leiden: Brill, 2001) 671-688.

McGarry, E. P., "The Ambidextrous Angel (Daniel 12:7 and Deuteronomy 32:40): Inner-Biblical Exegesis and Textual Criticism in Counterpoint', JBL 124 (2005) 211-228.

Meadowcroft, T. J., "History and Eschatology in Tension. A Literary Response to Daniel 11:40-45 as Test Case", Pacifica 17 (2004) 243-250.

Meadowcroft, T. J., "Who are the Princes of Persia and Greece (Daniel 10)? Pointers towards the Danielic Vision of Earth and Heaven", JSOT 29,1 (Sept. 2004) 99-113.

Michalak, A. R., Angels as Warriors in Late Second Temple Jewish Literature (WUNT II/330; Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2012).

Neujahr, M., Predicting the Past in the Ancient Near East: Mantic Historiography in Ancient Mesopotamia, Judah, and the Mediterranean World (Brown Judaic Studies, 354; Providence, RI: Brown Judaic Studies, 2012).

Nodet, É, "Les Kittim, les Romains et Daniel", RB 118 (2011) 260-268.

Otzen, B., "Michael and Gabriel. Angelological Problems in the Book of Daniel", in F. García Martínez – A. Hilhorst – C. J. Labuschagne (eds.), The Scriptures and the Scrolls. Studies in Honour of A. S. van der Woude on the Occasion of his 65th Birthday (VTSup 49; Leiden: Brill, 1992) 114-124.

Parry, J. T., "Desolation of the Temple and Messianic Enthronement in Daniel 11:36-12:3", JETS 54 (2011) 485-526.

Paul, S. M., "Daniel 12:9: A Technical Mesopotamian Scribal Term", in C. Cohen – A. Hurvitz – S. M. Paul (eds.), Sefer Moshe. The Moshe Weinfeld Jubilee Volume. Studies in the Bible and the Ancient Near East, Qumran, and Post-Biblical Judaism (Winona Lake, IN: Eisenbrauns, 2004) 115-118.

Perry, J. T., "Desolation of the Temple and Messianic Enthronement in Daniel 11:36-12:3", JETS 54 (2011) 485-526.

Peters, J., "Hellenistic Imagery and Iconography in Daniel 12.5-13", JSP 19 (2009) 127-145.

Raurell, F., "The Doxa of the Seer in Dan-LXX 12,13", in A. S. van der Woude (ed.), The Book of Daniel in the Light of New Findings (BETL 106; Leuven: Leuven University Press – Peeters, 1993) 520-532.

Redditt, P. L., "Calculating the 'Times': Daniel 12:5-13", Perspectives in Religious Studies 25 (1998) 373-379.

Redditt, P. L., "Daniel 11 and the Sociohistorical Setting of the Book of Daniel", CBQ 60 (1998) 463-474.

Rösel, M., "Theology after the Crisis: The Septuagint Version of Daniel 8-12", in J. Cook – H.-J. Stipp (eds.), Text-Critical and Hermeneutical Studies in the Septuagint (VTSup 157; Leiden: Brill, 2012) 207-219.

Rowland, C., "A Man Clothed in Linen. Daniel 10,6ff. and Jewish Angelology", JSNT 24 (1985) 99-110; = [same title], in S. E. Porter – C. A. Evans (eds.), New Testament Backgrounds. A Sheffield Reader (The Biblical Seminar, 43; Sheffield: JSOT Press, 1997) 33-45.

Schedl, C., "Mystische Arithmetik oder geschichtliche Zahlen? Daniel 8,14; 12,11-13", BZ N.F. 8 (1964) 101-105.

Scolnic, B. E., "Antiochus IV as the Scorned Prince in Dan 11:21", VT 62 (2012) 572-581.

Scolnic, B. E., "The Milesian Connection: Dan 11:23 and Antiochus IV's Rise to Power", VT 63 (2013) 89-98.

Scolnic, B. E. – T. Davis, "How Kittim became 'Rome': Dan 11,30 and the Importance of Cyprus in the Sixth Syrian War", ZAW 127 (2015) 304-319.

Scolnic, B. E., "Heliodorus and the Assassination of Seleucus IV according to Dan 11:20 and 2 Macc 3", JAJ 7 (2016) 354-384.

Scolnic, B. E., "The Sons of Seleucus II and the Historicity of Dan 11:10", VT 66 (2016) 304-315.

Segal, M., "Monotheism and Angelology in Daniel", in R. G. Kratz – H. Spieckermann (eds.), One God – One Cult – One Nation: Archaeological and Biblical Perspectives. In collaboration with B. Corzilius and T. Pilger (BZAW 405; Berlin: de Gruyter, 2010) 405-420.

Settembrini, M., "Loyal to the Text and to the King? A Commentary on Dan 11,6-9 OG", Bib 99 (2018) 60-74.

Shea, W. H., "Wrestling with the Prince of Persia: A Study on Daniel 10", AUSS 21 (1983) 225-250.

Stevens, D. E., "Daniel 10 and the Notion of Territorial Spirits", BSac 157 (2000) 410-431.

Teeter, A., "Isaiah and the King of As/Syria in Daniel's Final Vision: On the Rhetoric of Inner-Scriptural Allusion and the Hermeneutics of 'Mantological Exegesis'", in E. F. Mason – S. I. Thomas – A. Schofield – E. Ulrich (eds.), A Teacher for All Generations: Essays in Honor of James C. VanderKam, Vol. 1 (JSJSup 153; Leiden: Brill, 2012) 169-199.

Thompson, S., "Those Who Are Wise. The maskilim in Daniel and the New Testament", in D. Merling (ed.), To Understand the Scriptures: Essays in Honor of William H. Shea (Berrien Springs, MI: Institute of Archaeology, 1997) 215-220.

Wildgruber, R., Daniel 10-12 als Schlüssel zum Buch (FAT II/58; Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2013).

Zamora, P., "The Daniel and Qohelet Epilogues: A Similar Editorial Activity? (Qohelet 12:8-14 and Daniel 12:1-13)", in R. Heskett – B. Irwin (eds.), The Bible as a Human Witness to Divine Revelation: Hearing the Word of God Through Historically Dissimilar Traditions (LHB/OTS 469; New York: T & T Clark, 2010) 202-222.