The Jews Under Roman Rule: From Pompey to Diocletian : a Study in Political Relations
BRILL, 2001 - 595 pagina's
It is remarkable that Judaism could develop given the domination by Rome in Palestine over the centuries. Smallwood traces Judaism's constantly shifting political, religious, and geographical boundaries under Roman rule from Pompey to Diocletian, that is, from the first century BCE through the third century CE. From a long-standing nationalistic tradition that was a tolerated sect under a pagan ruler, Judaism becomes, over time, a threat that needs to be repressed and confined against a now-Christian empire. This work examines the galvanizing forces that shaped and defined Judaism as we have come to know it. This publication has also been published in hardback, please click here for details.
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The Hasmonaean client prince
Herods rise to power
The Idumaean client king
The transition from client kingdom to province
The Diaspora and Jewish religious liberty
The province of Judaea A D 641
Philip Antipas and Agrippa I
The new dispensation in Judaea
The Diaspora A D 6670 and later
The Jewish revolt of A D 11517
The revolt of Bar Cochba
The Antonine period
The Severan period
The Diaspora in the second and third centuries A D
Palestine in the third century A D
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The Jews Under Roman Rule: From Pompey to Diocletian : a Study in Political ...
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