4 edition of Studies on the Hasmonean period found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Joshua Efron.|
|Series||Studies in Judaism in late antiquity,, v. 39|
|LC Classifications||DS121.7 .E3413 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 442 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||442|
|LC Control Number||87015869|
Electrum has been published since by the Department of Ancient History at the Jagiellonian University in Cracow as a collection of papers and monographs. In it starts as journal with one monographic issue per year. Journal publishes scholarly papers embodying studies in history and culture of Greece, Rome and Near East from the beginning of the First Millennium BC to about AD Efron J (). Studies on the Hasmonean period. Leiden: Grimes DA (). Clinical research in ancient Babylon: methodologic insights from the Book .
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The other primary source for the Hasmonean dynasty is the first book of The Wars of the Jews by the Jewish historian Josephus, (37–c.
CE). Josephus' account is the only primary source covering the history of the Hasmonean dynasty during the period of its Common languages: Biblical Hebrew, Old. The institution of the Hasmonean high priesthood / by: Babota, Vasile, Published: () Synopsis of the Greek Sources for the Hasmonean period: Maccabees and Josephus, War 1 and Antiquities / by: Sievers, Joseph.
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The Dead Sea Scrolls and the Hasmonean State (Studies in the Dead Sea Scrolls & Related Literature)Cited by: South Florida Studies in the History of Judaism 6. Atlanta: Scholars, E-mail Citation» A good discussion of the political and religious developments in Judea from the beginning of the Maccabean revolt.
Sievers emphasizes the pivotal role played by Jonathan the Hasmonean in laying the foundations for the Hasmonean state. Table of contents. Part I. INTRODUCTORY ESSAYS 1 INTRODUCTION - Lester L. Grabbe, Professor Em., University of Hull, UK 2 THE SELEUCID AND HASMONEAN PERIODS AND THE APOCALYPTIC WORLDVIEW--AN OVERVIEW - Lester L.
Grabbe, Professor Em., University of Hull, UK 3 NON-APOCALYPTIC RESPONSES TO APOCALYPTIC EVENTS: NOTES ON THE. In The Institution of the Hasmonean High Priesthood, Vasile Babota offers an interdisciplinary study of the establishment of the Hasmonean priests as high priests in Jerusalem, from their revolt in down to The Hasmonean high priests exercised both religious and civil powers until 37 B.C.E.
and some acted also as kings. Previous studies looked at them mainly from a biblical /Jewish. Highlights- Coin of Alexander Jannaeus, BCE The Temple Scroll, c.
BCE The War Scroll, c. BCE Menorah Coin, BCE The Ten Commandments Scroll, BCE Overview The Maccabees (Has. About A History of the Hasmonean State. Kenneth Atkinson tells the exciting story of the nine decades of the Hasmonean rule of Judea ( - 63 BCE) by going beyond the accounts of the Hasmoneans in Josephus in order to bring together new evidence to reconstruct how the Hasmonean family transformed their kingdom into a state that lasted until the arrival of the Romans.
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The Second Temple Period was an era of profound transformation in the religious and social practices of the Near East. From the experiences of the post-exilic community, to the rise of the Persian, Greek, and Romans empires, the study of Second Temple Period is vital for understanding Judaism, as well as the historical context in which Christianity emerged.
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The Visions of Amram (4Q–), five copies of an Aramaic text found among the Dead Sea Scrolls, stems from the pre-Hasmonean period and provides evidence of a highly variegated society in early Judaism.
In this book, Robert R. Duke offers a new reading of all the fragments and an in-depth discussion of their significance, illuminating a time period in Jewish history that needs more Price Range: $ - $ Joshua EFRON, Studies on the Hasmonean Period (Studies in Judaism in Late Antiquity 39), E.J.
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The Second Temple Judaism Studies Collection collects seven books published by Sheffield Academic Press between and covers a wide range of topics of interest in the Second Temple Period.
These are all part of the Journal for the Study of the Old Testament Supplement. The “one hundred and eighty years” in this stanza is the traditional number associated with the rule of the Greeks. 16 The conclusion of this period was indeed initiated by the (Hasmonean) priests, who traditionally wear a garment with bells (Exodus ; ).
Thus, even from this short excerpt it is evident that the Qiliri related explicitly and positively to the Hasmoneans.
In the context of biblical studies, the term “Persian period” is usually taken to refer to the time when the Ancient Persians were in power throughout the Near East. These early Persians are also referred to as “Achaemenids,” after the eponymous ancestor first named in inscriptions by Darius I.
Hanan Eshel seeks to rectify that situation in his valuable new book, which he describes as “an effort to integrate the disciplines of archaeology, history and Qumran studies, demonstrating how the Qumran scrolls can contribute to our understanding of the Hasmonean Period.”.
Féher Prize in Jewish Studies, ; Wischnitzer Prize for book, Agrippa I. Research Interests Judean history of the Second Temple period, especially in the fields of historiography and chronology; history of Judaism in that period, with special reference to sectarianism and the Jewish background of.
The other primary source for the Hasmonean dynasty is the first book of The Wars of the Jews by the Jewish historian Josephus, (37–shortly after CE). Josephus' account is the only primary source covering the history of the Hasmonean dynasty during the period of its expansion and independence between to 63 BCE.
The Samaritans during the Hasmonean Period: The. A Department of theology and religious studies, second century BCE can been found in the Book of Ben Sira. 21 This work was composed in. The Seleucid and Hasmonean Periods and the Apocalyptic Worldview Grabbe, Lester L., Gabriele Boccaccini and Jason M.
Zurawski, editors London: Bloomsbury, pp. $ Series Information Library of Second Temple Studies, Participating Members. Donald T. Ariel (B.A. magna cum laude, Brown University, ; M.A. with honors, Hebrew University; Ph.D, Tel Aviv University,dissertation on Herodian numismatics).Since Ariel has been the head of the Coin Department of the Israel Antiquities Authority and keeper of the State of Israel ancient national coin collection.
74 Another possible sign that the Hasmonean state was leaking human resources in this period is evidenced by the population decline in some Hasmonean power bases at the end of the second century BCE.
Perhaps the best example is Gezer, where Simon had established a residence (1 Mace ) and settled observant Jews (1 Mace ), and where. This chapter opens with a survey from beginning to end of the major conclusions of the survey done in reverse up to this point.
This uncovers broader trends in the growing hostility toward foreign peoples and traditions, a tendency toward more collection and less new composition of core biblical materials, the dominance of Priestly scribalism in the late formation of the Bible, and the Author: David M.
Carr. Ancient Jewish town from Hasmonean period discovered 2,year-old Jewish community found in Judea, dating back to Hasmonean period, years earlier than previous finds at the site.
Mordechai. The next two parts of the book attempt a modest reconstruction of the formation of the Hebrew Bible. These chapters unfold in reverse chronological order. Carr begins with the Hasmonean period because it is the earliest documented stage in the transmission of the Hebrew : David A.
Bosworth. Rome and Judea in Transition is the first English-language book to study exclusively the first century and a half of Roman-Judean political relations ( B.C.). It presents a comprehensive reassessment of the Late Republic's involvement in the Levant, the motives of Hasmonean diplomacy, and the development of the Jewish high priesthood.
Maccabean-Hasmonean Period, BCE Highlights- Coin of Alexander Jannaeus, BCE The Temple Scroll, c. BCE The War Scroll, c.
BCE Menorah Coin, BCE The Ten Commandments Scroll, BCE Overview The Maccabees (Hasmoneans)Teddy Kollek and Moshe Pearlman, Jerusalem- Sacred City of Mankind, Steimatzky Ltd. Routledge Handbook on Jerusalem book.
Routledge Handbook on Jerusalem. Subjects Area Studies, Humanities. Back to book. chapter 3. 9 Pages. From the Babylonian exile through the Hasmonean period. With Joshua Schwartz. Jerusalem suffered extensive damage at the hands of the Babylonians around bce, after a siege of about a year and a half Author: Joshua Schwartz.
Jonathan began the project, and his brother Shimeon completed it. The walled city encompassed an area of about dunams ( acres) with an estimated population of 25, Part of the new city wall followed the course of the wall from the First Temple period. The Hasmonean kings served as high priests as well as military and political leaders.
"Between Empires and Peers. Hasmonean Foreign Policy under Alexander Jannaeus." In Diplomatic and Interstate Relations in the Hellenistic World, ed. by Edward Dabrowa. Kraków: Jagiellonian University Press, “Noble Death and Dynasty.
A Popular. the religion of the Hasmonean period in light of the Qumran documents.9 Hanan Eshel’s book on the Hasmonean state is the first monograph dedicated solely to the question how we can learn political history from the Dead Sea Scrolls. However, he acknowledges his great dependence on.
This book deals with the Jewish High Priesthood between BCE. It is of a historical-biblical-theological nature - historical, in as much as it refers to a chronological period and to the historiographic sources, and, biblical and theological because it questions a Biblical institution, its meaning and its religious function.
Based upon his extensive knowledge of the biblical texts, scholarship, and the process of writing in the ancient world, Carr posits a model that traces the composition of the Hebrew Bible from monarchic times through the Hasmonean period.
Carr's volume will be essential reading. The parallels that Noam examines in the book concern different generations of the Hasmonean dynasty. We know that one episode, about the defeat of the Seleucid general Nicanor by Judah the Maccabee, was narrated in a written source that predates Josephus and the rabbis Maccabees.
She is also interested in the development of scripture, early biblical interpretation, as well as method in the study of the Bible and early Judaism and Christianity. Emerging projects include work on literature of the Hasmonean period, particularly the book of Judith; and a study of time, temporality, and liturgy.
Primary Teaching. This chapter starts with a brief historical overview of the Hasmonean monarchy. Next comes a discussion of separate texts that are most likely to be dated to this period (e.g. 1 and 2 Maccabees, Judith) in an attempt to form an initial profile of the sorts of texts being produced then.
With this profile established, the balance of the chapter argues that the contours of the Torah-Prophets Author: David M. Carr. The interbiblical period was the occasion for the rise of Judaism as we know it from the New Testament. (True or False) False, there was sginificant doctrinal development during this period, as the Jewish peoople reflected on their scripture.Thus Kent (HJP, ), following the lead of the Wellhausen-Kuenen hypothesis, with all its later leaders, has charted the period between BC, the date of the first captivity, to BC, the beginning of the Hasmonean period of Jewish history, in comparative contemporaneous blocks of double decades.The Dead Sea Scrolls and the Hasmonean State (Studies in the Dead Sea Scrolls and Related Literature) Hanan Eshel.
The Dead Sea Scrolls and the Hasmonean State is the first book dedicated solely to the question of how we can learn political history from the Qumran scrolls. This English edition of Hanan Eshels Hebrew publication updates.