Handbook of Jewish Literature from Late Antiquity, 135-700 CE (inbunden)
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OUP/British Academy
Ben-Eliyahu, Eyal / Cohn, Yehudah
234 x 160 x 23 mm
499 g
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Handbook of Jewish Literature from Late Antiquity, 135-700 CE (inbunden)

Handbook of Jewish Literature from Late Antiquity, 135-700 CE

Inbunden, Engelska, 2013-01-10

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A clear account of all the Jewish literature produced in Late Antiquity in either Palestine or Babylonia, aiming above all to orientate students and interested non-specialists as regards what types of literature are involved and how access can be gained to texts and translations.
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Catherine Hezser, Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies the book can be recommended to first-year students and ancient historians as a first step towards learning Hebrew, studying the texts themselves, and engaging in a more serious study of ancient Jewish history and literature.

William Horbury, Journal of Jewish Studies A small masterpiece of breadth, concision and clarity; it is one of those select books which every library should have, and which a great many individual readers will want to buy for themselves.

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<br>Fergus Millar was Fellow of All Souls College, Oxford; 1958-64, Fellow and Tutor in Ancient History, The Queen's College, Oxford, 1964-76; Professor of Ancient History, University College London, 1976-84;<br>Camden Professor of Ancient History, University of Oxford, 1984-2002; Leverhulme Emeritus Fellow, 2002-4; and Sather Professor of Classical Literature, University of California, Berkeley, 2002-3 <br>Eyal Ben-Eliyahu is Ph.D in Jewish History in the Hebrew University, Jerusalem. He teaches Jewish History and Jewish studies at the Hebrew University and Haifa University. <br>Yehudah Cohn has received his D. Phil. in Oriental Studies from the University of Oxford (Wolfson College) in 2007, where he was supervised by Professor Martin Goodman. A revised version of his doctoral dissertation was published in 2008 by Brown Judaic Studies, under the title Tangled Up in Text: Tefillin and the Ancient World. Dr. Cohn was born and raised in London, and had earlier graduated from London Business School. He began his studies in Oxford after a business career trading commodities in New York.<br>


1. Historical Introduction; 2. Talmudic Texts; 3. Midrashic Texts; 4. Mystical (Hekhalot) and Magical Literature; 5. Targumim; 6. Liturgical Texts; 7. Historiography; 8. Apocalyptic; 9. Contemporary Documents in Hebrew or Aramaic