Between Rome and Babylon: Studies in Jewish Leadership and Society

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Mohr Siebeck, 2005 - 499 עמודים
Between Rome and Babylon includes over thirty papers by Aharon Oppenheimer about Jewish life in Palestine and Babylonia in the period of the Mishnah and the Talmud (1st-4th centuries), dealing with leadership and society, political and military activity, relations with the authorities and historical geography. The collection is organized around three inter-connected themes: 1 Roman Palestine and its Environs; 2 The Bar Kokhba Revolt; 3 Babylonia Judaica. About two-thirds of the papers were originally published in Hebrew. They have been selected and edited for this collection, and translated for the first time into English or German. The rest of the papers originally appeared in various different languages and contexts, and they too have been selected and edited to fit the three themes. Cross-references have been added, as well as detailed indices.The aim of the papers is to cast light on Jewish history by extracting methodically historical meaning from Talmudic sources, taking into account when they were written, where they were edited, and how far they can be presumed authentic; and by looking at them in combination with Greek, Roman, Persian and Arabic written sources as well as relevant archaeological finds.
 

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A Roman Palestine and its Surroundings
5
Roman Judaea
11
Urbanisation and City Territories in Roman Palestine
30
Jewish Lydda in the Roman Era
47
A Peripheral Centre of Learning
66
Das Verhaltnis der Stadt Akko zum Land Israel und zu Galilaa
83
Tyrus Phonizien und Galilaa
93
Havurot in Jerusalem at the End of the Second Temple Period
102
Zur Pluralitat eines Begriffes
263
Bar Kokhba and the Observance of Mitzvot
283
Sabbatheiligung im BarKochbaAufstand
292
Betar als Zentrum vor dem BarKochbaAufstand
303
Heiligkeit und Hingabe des Lebens in der Folge
320
Talmudic Babylonia
337
Nehardea und Nisibis bei Josephus Ant 18
356
The Attempt of Hananiah Son of Rabbi Joshuas Brother
363

Rabban Gamaliel of Yavneh and his Circuits of Eretz Israel
145
Those of the School of Rabbi Yannai
156
Ethnic Groups and Religious Contexts in the Talmudic Literature
166
Jewish Penal Authority in Roman Judaea
173
Jewish Conscripts in the Roman Army?
183
Judaea of the BarKokhba Revolt
195
Die jiidische Bewohnerschaft Galilaas zur Zeit von Jawne
225
Der Aufstieg der babylonischen
374
Babylonian Synagogues with Historical Associations
394
Beziehungen zwischen Messene und Palastina
409
Von Qurtawa nach Aspamia
433
Index of Sources
447
General Index
475
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מידע על המחבר (2005)

Aharon Oppenheimer, Born 1940; Sir Isaac Wolfson Professor of Jewish Studies at Tel Aviv University.

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