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Emil Schürer's Geschichte des judischen Volkes im Zeitalter Jesu Christi, initially released in German among 1874 and 1909 and in English among 1885 and 1891, is a severe presentation of Jewish heritage, associations, and literature from one hundred seventy five B.C. to A.D. a hundred thirty five. It has rendered worthwhile providers to students for almost a century.

The current paintings deals a clean translation and a revision of the whole subject-matter. The bibliographies were rejuvenated and supplemented; the resources are offered in line with the newest scholarly versions; and all of the new archaeological, epigraphical, numismatic and literary proof, together with the lifeless Sea Scrolls and the Bar Kokhba records, has been brought into the survey. Account has additionally been taken of the growth in historic examine, either within the classical and Jewish fields. This paintings reminds scholars of the profound debt owed to nineteenth-century studying, surroundings it inside a much broader framework of up to date wisdom, and gives a beginning on which destiny historians of Judaism within the age of Jesus may possibly build.

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Fifty three ff. ; idem, Derjerus. Talmud, pp. 114 ff. ) can't function help for the assertion of B. J. exact identify for father and son is certainly now not universal one of the Jews, yet definitely attested (inscription from Tlos, above, p. 33: 146 §31. Judaism within the Diaspora Leontopolis within the nomos of Heliopolis which had prior been a shrine of the dypia Bov/Saaris. 33 This used to be rebuilt by means of Onias as a Jewish shrine at the trend of the Temple at Jerusalem, out smaller, much less appropriate and with many deviations intimately; cf. the outline in B. J. vii 10, three (426-32). considering that there have been additionally clergymen there in enough numbers, a proper Jewish temple worship used to be verified, which from then on (i. e. , from approximately a hundred and sixty B. C. ) was once consistently in operation till after the destruction of Jerusalem, while this temple too was once closed through the Romans (A. D. 73). 34 The cult used to be admittedly by no means considered as Ptolemy son of Ptolemy; inscription from Berenice, above, p. ninety four: Andromachus son of Andromachus). Admittedly, the historical past of the Oniads, as a result of the various inconsistencies among 2 Maccabees and Josephus, is so burdened that it really is rather very unlikely to soak up a convinced place during this sector. 33. The locality is defined such a lot precisely in Ant. xii three, 2 (70): TO €v A€QVTO>V iroXct rov 'HXiotroXiTov tcpov s. an identical identity is advised through Ant. xii three, i (65). In all different passages Josephus says basically normally phrases that the Temple used to be located 'in the nomos of Heliopolis', Ant. xii nine, 7 (388); xii 10, four (285); xx 10, three (236); B. J. i i, i (33); vii 10, three (426). in a single passage he provides that where lay one hundred eighty stades from Memphis, B. J. vii 10, three (426). because the Leontopolis identified from somewhere else shaped its personal nomos, additional north than Heliopolis (Strabo, xvii i, 19, p. 802; Pliny, N. H. v 9/49; Ptolemy iv five, fifty one = Didot ed. (1. 2, 1901), iv five, 22), one other another way unknown Leontopolis within the nomos of Heliopolis has to be intended the following. For a extra distinct localisation the subsequent might be famous. Memphis lay at the southern tip of the Delta. Northwards from the following, at a distance of 24 Roman miles, and at the jap facet of the Delta, lay Heliopolis. This distance corresponds quite accurately to the one hundred eighty stades given by way of Josephus, that are comparable to 22? Roman miles. a bit of extra north lies, even at the present time, Tel-el-Yehoudieh, therefore an historical Jewish cost, which Naville and Petrie first steered should be pointed out with the payment of Onias. See E. Naville, The mound of the Jew and town of Onias (1890). The continues to be of the Onias Temple itself are concept to were pointed out right here through Flinders Petrie, Hyksos and Israelite towns (1906), pp. 19-27. In favour of this supposition communicate not just the approximate place and the identify Tel-el-Yehoudieh, but in addition the situation that during the area a necropolis has been chanced on with Jewish-Greek epitaphs, CIJ II, nos. 1451-1530; CPJ III, pp. 145-63 (with nos. I53oa-d, no longer in CIJ), on which the identify Onias might be happens (Oviov irarTjp, CIJ II, no.

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