(19.) The name Hassul (variant: 'Assul) could be an exception because it is also borne by men; see Hassul son of Haggay
son of Hassul in the list of temple contributions, century of Nabu-'Aqab; preceded by his brother Mesullam son of Haggai son of Hassul, C3.15:29-30 (400).
(8) See, e.g., Omer Bartov, "Defining Enemies, Making victims: Germans, Jews, and the Holocaust," American Historical Review 103, 3 (1998): 771-816; Haggay
Ram, "Mythology of Rage: Representations of the 'Self' and the 'Other' in Revolutionary Iran," History and Memory 8, 1 (1996): 67-78; Timothy Tackett, "Conspiracy Obsession in a Time of Revolution: French Elites and the Origins of the Terror, 1789-1792," American Historical Review 105, 3 (2000): 690-713.