By author, Zuleika Rodgers, Margaret Daly-Denton, Anne Fitzpatrick Mckinley
Beginning his occupation as a student of the hot testomony, Sean Freyne's paintings grew to become synonymous with the learn of Galilee within the Greek and Roman sessions. His look for a deeper and extra nuanced knowing of Judaism within the Greek and Roman classes and the advance of the early Christian flow has led him to interface with students in lots of comparable disciplines. with a purpose to do justice to the breadth of Sean Freyne's pursuits, this quantity comprises contributions from students within the fields of Archaeology, historical heritage, Classics, Hebrew Bible, Early Judaism, Rabbinic Judaism, Early Christianity, New testomony, and Medieval Judaism. The ensuing quantity demonstrates not just the honoree's interdiciplinary pursuits, but in addition the interconnectedness of those disciplines.
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Trajectories in Near Eastern Apocalyptic: A Postrabbinic Jewish Apocalyptic Reader. Atlanta. Reif, S. C. 2005. Approaches to Sacrifices in Early Jewish Prayer. Pages 135–50 in Studies in Jewish Prayer. Edited by R. T. Hayward and B. Embry. Oxford. Rooke, D. W. 2000. Zadok’s Heirs: The Role and Development of the High Priesthood in Ancient Israel. Oxford. Safrai, Z. 1992–93. Did the Priestly Courses Transfer from Judaea to Galilee after the Bar Kokhba Revolt? Tarbiz 62:297–92 [Hebrew]. Schäfer. , 1981.
66 The traditions of these earlier Mourners for Zion were probably taken up and developed by the Qaraite Mourners for Zion who from the mid-ninth century onwards turned Jerusalem into a major centre of Qaraite settlement and learning. 67 If there was a link, then it would seem to be in order See Goldberg 1978 for discussion and further bibliography. Bamberger 1940. 65 Fishbane 1998, 83–84. 66 Fishbane 1998, 208, n. 48. , p. 85) that the doctrine expounded in Pesiqta Rabbati 34, 36–37 is rabbinic doctrine.
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A Wandering Galilean: Essays in Honour of Sean Freyne (Supplements to the Journal for the Study of Judaism) by author, Zuleika Rodgers, Margaret Daly-Denton, Anne Fitzpatrick Mckinley