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Baker, E: Eschatological Role of the Jerusalem ...
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Erscheinungsdatum: 15.09.2016, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: The Eschatological Role of the Jerusalem Temple: An Examination of the Jewish Writings dating from 586 BCE to 70 CE, Autor: Baker, Eric W., Verlag: Anchor Academic Publishing, Sprache: Englisch, Rubrik: Geschichte // Altertum, Seiten: 420, Informationen: Paperback, Gewicht: 636 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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Schama, Simon: The Story of the Jews: Finding t...
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Erscheinungsdatum: 04.09.2014, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: The Story of the Jews: Finding the Words (1000 BCE - 1492), Autor: Schama, Simon, Verlag: Random House UK Ltd, Imprint: Vintage Books, Sprache: Englisch, Schlagworte: Judentum // Geschichte // Allgemeines // Englische Bücher // Geisteswissenschaften // Religion // Theologie // HISTORY // Jewish // World // Geschichte allgemein und Weltgeschichte // Bezug zu Juden und jüdischen Gruppen // Geschichte der Religion, Rubrik: Judentum, Seiten: 496, Abbildungen: 3 plate sections, Gewicht: 452 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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History Of Jewish Education From 515 BCE To 220...
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History Of Jewish Education From 515 BCE To 220 CE (During The Periods Of The Second Commonwealth And the Tannaim) ab 38.99 € als gebundene Ausgabe: . Aus dem Bereich: Bücher, Schule & Lernen,

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Greek Genres and Jewish Authors
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Argues that a robust understanding of ancient genre facilitates proper textual interpretation. Adopting a cognitive-prototype theory of genre, Sean Adams provides a detailed discussion of Jewish authors writing in Greek from ca. 300 BCE to ca. 135 CE - including New Testament authors - and their participation in Greek genres.

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Greek Genres and Jewish Authors
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Argues that a robust understanding of ancient genre facilitates proper textual interpretation. Adopting a cognitive-prototype theory of genre, Sean Adams provides a detailed discussion of Jewish authors writing in Greek from ca. 300 BCE to ca. 135 CE - including New Testament authors - and their participation in Greek genres.

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Reign and Religion in Palestine
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Ancient Jewish coinage is one of the few material sources offering detailed insight into the political developments taking place throughout a specific period of ancient Jewish history. Jewish coinage was minted and issued in Palestine, alongside a number of other local coinages, almost consistently between the fifth century BCE and the early second century CE by a number of different Jewish authorities. The nature of these authorities varied greatly throughout time, and they increasingly and quite differently used this medium, which was gaining importance as a public propaganda tool, to communicate political messages. Accordingly, the visual appearance of the coinage was subject to continuous alterations. In this book, the iconography of the Jewish coinage as a whole and especially its sacred content is examined in order to shed light on the identities of the issuing authorities, their motivation and the political messages they wished to communicate. As religion was a highly complex aspect of the Jewish interrelations with other cultures, the utilization of sacred iconography is not only a precise indicator of cultural-religious affiliation, but also of cultural-religious changes occurring in the Jewish world. This allows insight into the political developments of the Jewish world between the late Persian period and the end of the Bar Kokhba war 135 CE as well as into its changing position within the contemporary world.

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Reign and Religion in Palestine
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Ancient Jewish coinage is one of the few material sources offering detailed insight into the political developments taking place throughout a specific period of ancient Jewish history. Jewish coinage was minted and issued in Palestine, alongside a number of other local coinages, almost consistently between the fifth century BCE and the early second century CE by a number of different Jewish authorities. The nature of these authorities varied greatly throughout time, and they increasingly and quite differently used this medium, which was gaining importance as a public propaganda tool, to communicate political messages. Accordingly, the visual appearance of the coinage was subject to continuous alterations. In this book, the iconography of the Jewish coinage as a whole and especially its sacred content is examined in order to shed light on the identities of the issuing authorities, their motivation and the political messages they wished to communicate. As religion was a highly complex aspect of the Jewish interrelations with other cultures, the utilization of sacred iconography is not only a precise indicator of cultural-religious affiliation, but also of cultural-religious changes occurring in the Jewish world. This allows insight into the political developments of the Jewish world between the late Persian period and the end of the Bar Kokhba war 135 CE as well as into its changing position within the contemporary world.

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On Human Nature in Early Judaism
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This book is an analysis of early Jewish thought on human nature, specifically, the complex of characteristics that are understood to be universally innate, and/or God-given, to collective humanity and the manner which they depict human existence in relationship, or lack thereof, to God.Jewish discourse in the Greco-Roman period (4th c. BCE until 1st c. CE) on human nature was not exclusively particularistic, although the immediate concern was often communal-specific. Evidence shows that many of these these discussions were also an attempt to grasp a general, or universal, human nature. The focus of this work has been narrowed to three categories that encapsulate the most prevalent themes in Second Temple Jewish texts, namely, creation, composition, and condition.

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On Human Nature in Early Judaism
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This book is an analysis of early Jewish thought on human nature, specifically, the complex of characteristics that are understood to be universally innate, and/or God-given, to collective humanity and the manner which they depict human existence in relationship, or lack thereof, to God.Jewish discourse in the Greco-Roman period (4th c. BCE until 1st c. CE) on human nature was not exclusively particularistic, although the immediate concern was often communal-specific. Evidence shows that many of these these discussions were also an attempt to grasp a general, or universal, human nature. The focus of this work has been narrowed to three categories that encapsulate the most prevalent themes in Second Temple Jewish texts, namely, creation, composition, and condition.

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