1 edition of History of Jewish women in late antiquity found in the catalog.
History of Jewish women in late antiquity
by Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Rothberg School for Overseas Students in Jerusalem
Written in English
|Statement||edited by Tal IIan.|
|Contributions||Ilan, Ṭal., Bet ha-sefer le-talmide ḥu. l. ʻa. sh. Sh. Roṭberg.|
|LC Classifications||BM729.W6 H57 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||311 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||311|
|LC Control Number||2005380123|
Explore our list of Jewish History - Ancient Books at Barnes & Noble®. Receive FREE shipping with your Barnes & Noble Membership. Women's Magazines Men's Magazines Business Publications. Print Favorites. A Taste of Jewish History is the first book ever written about this traditional View Product [ x ] close. In this collection of essays, scholars examine the activity of knowing in late antiquity by focusing on thirteen major concepts from the intellectual, social, political, and cultural history of the period.
In general, the limited discussions of the education of Jewish women in late antiquity have, as usual, relied heavily on rabbinic sources for evidence. [Scholar] Leonard Swidler, for example, assumes that Jewish education in this period is more or less identical with Torah and cites the standard rabbinic references against teaching women Torah. Visual Judaism in Late Antiquity: Historical Contexts of Jewish Art. By Lee I. Levine (Yale Univ. press, ), pp., $ Reviewed by Joan R. Branham. Lee Levine’s imposing new volume takes the reader on a 2,year journey from Palestine to the Diaspora, tracing the visual cultures of Israelites to Judahites to Jews from the 13th century B.C.E. to the seventh century C.E.
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This book combines an engaging prose style, methodological rigor, and creative insight, to recreates a previously unknown world of Christian-Jewish polemics in Babylonia.
History of Jewish women in late antiquity book dialogues come alive for the first time in centuries thanks to Bar-Asher Siegal's careful : Michal Bar-Asher Siegal. Jewish artwork from the Late Antiquity is scarce, but some examples have been found and preserved.
Most Jewish artwork was religion inspired. An innovative approach to the study of ten centuries of Jewish culture and history. A Companion to Late Ancient Jews and Judaism explores the Jewish people, their communities, and various manifestations of their religious and cultural expressions from the third century BCE to the seventh century CE.
Presenting a collection of 30 original essays written by noted scholars in the field. Antiquities of the Jews (Latin: Antiquitates Iudaicae; Greek: Ἰουδαϊκὴ ἀρχαιολογία, Ioudaikē archaiologia) is a volume historiographical work, written in Greek, by the Jewish historian Flavius Josephus in the 13th year of the reign of Roman emperor Flavius Domitian which was around AD 93 or Antiquities of the Jews contains an account of history of the Jewish.
The ‘Exegetical Encounter between Jews and Christians in Late Antiquity’ is a collection of essays examining the relationship between Jewish and Christian biblical commentators.
The contributions focus on analysis of interpretations of the book of Genesis, a text which has considerable importance in both Christian and Jewish tradition. Jewish archaeology in late antiquity: art, architecture and inscriptions Lee Levine; Jewish festivals in late antiquity Joseph Tabory; Rabbinic prayer in late antiquity Reuven Kimelman; Rabbinic views on marriage, sexuality and the family Michael L.
Satlow; Women in Jewish. Douglas Boin’s new book is the last in a new series of books, produced by Wiley-Blackwell, that explores the social and cultural worlds of the Mediterranean basin in antiquity.
As a textbook, this book is ambitious. No other book that covers late antiquity is quite like it. The late Roman rabbinic period may be considered the formative period of Jewish festivals.
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The phenomenon of women interpreting the Bible and applying it to their own lives is not new, but the study of the way ancient Jewish women ritualized biblical stories and enacted Judaism apart from the rabbinic norms is only beginning. In this lecture, Mika Ahuvia shares recent contributions to the study of Jewish women’s history, ritual and memorialization of the past through the examples.
Society in Late Antiquity is often neatly divided into Jews, Christians, and Pagans, three hermetically sealed entities in constant conflict with each other. Yet a close examination of the literary sources suggests that the borders between these groups were not. Reception history is the study of how biblical texts have changed over time in different cultures and communities, through transmission, translation, or reading, retelling, and reworking.
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Traditional scholarship on the history of Jewish/Christian relations has been largely based on the assumption that Judaism and Christianity were shaped by a definitive 'Parting of the Ways'.
According to this model, the two religions institutionalized their differences by the second century and, thereafter, developed in relative isolation from one another, interacting mainly through polemical. In The Art of the Jewish Family, Laura Arnold Leibman examines five objects owned by a diverse group of Jewish women who all lived in New York in the years between and a letter from impoverished Hannah Louzada seeking assistance; a set of silver cups owned by Reyna Levy Moses; an ivory miniature owned by Sarah Brandon Moses, who was born enslaved and became one of the.
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She is the initiator and director of The Feminist Commentary. Women in the First Century A.D. In ancient Israel the Jewish culture was one of the most male dominant cultures in the whole world. In ancient Judaism the woman only had rights in the home and even that was very limited.
The man had authority over his wife and daughters establishing their activities and their relationships. Antiquities of the Jews was first published in 94 AD, it is history of the Jewish people, written in Greek for Josephus' gentile patrons. It begins with the creation of Adam and Eve, and follows the events of the historical books of the Hebrew Bible, often adding information that we might not otherwise have today.
This work, along with Josephus. The best books on Religious and Social History in the Ancient World recommended by Robin Lane Fox. Cultural and philosophical changes that occurred in late antiquity are essential to our understanding of the world today, but few us know much about that period.
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to the seventh century C.E.Is it possible to summarize the history of the Jews in late antiquity? The lack of source material makes it challenging, but this short book provides a brief snapshot, based on the available evidence.
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