Studies in Hellenistic Judaism

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BRILL, 1996 - 677 من الصفحات
This volume consists of twenty-three essays that have appeared in nineteen different journals and other publications during a period of over forty years, together with an introduction. The essays deal primarily with the relations between Jews and non-Jews during the period from Alexander the Great to the end of the Roman Empire, in five areas: Josephus; Judaism and Christianity; Latin literature and the Jews; the Romans in Rabbinic literature; and other studies in Hellenistic Judaism. The topics include a programmatic essay comparing Hebraism and Hellenism, pro-Jewish intimations in Apion and in Tacitus, the influence of Josephus on Cotton Mather, Philo's view on music, the relationship between pagan and Christian anti-Semitism, observations on rabbinic reaction to Roman rule, and new light from inscriptions and papyri on Diaspora synagogues.
 

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Introduction l
20
Asinius Pollio and His Jewish Interests
37
The Identity of Pollio the Pharisee in Josephus
45
Asinius Pollio and Herods Sons
52
Josephus Vocabulary for Slavery coauthored
83
The Term Galileans in Josephus
111
Josephus Portrayal of the Hasmoneans Compared
137
The Sources of Josephus Antiquities Book 19
164
The Jewish Sources of Peter Comestors Commentary
317
The Enigma of Horaces Thirtieth Sabbath
351
ProJewish Intimations in Tacitus Account
377
Abba Kolon and the Founding of Rome
421
Some Observations on Rabbinic Reaction to Roman
438
Challenge and Response
487
Philos Views on Music
498
The Jews as Viewed by Plutarch
529

ProJewish Intimations in AntiJewish Remarks Cited
177
The Influence of Josephus on Cotton Mathers
237
Is the New Testament AntiSemitic?
277
The Relationship between Pagan and Early
289
Some Observations on the Name of Palestine
553
New Light from
577
Josephus Portrayal of the Hasmoneans
603

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Louis H. Feldman Ph.D. (1951) in Classical Philology, Harvard University, is Professor of Classics at Yeshiva University, New York.

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