Jews in the Hellenistic and Roman Cities

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INDEX

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Abdes 178
Abraham 42 , 154
abstention from cults 84-5
accommodation 150 , 151
acculturation 3-4 , 139 , 150 , 151
Achaemenids 108
Achilles Tatius 179
Acmonia, Phrygia 66 , 67 , 70
Acta Alexandrinorum144
Acta Isodori83
Acts of the Apostles:
Christianity 39 ;
Diaspora 71 ;
God-fearers/worshippers 41-2 , 48-9 ;
Jesus's followers 53 ;
Pamphylia 41 ;
Paul 23-4 , 39-40 ;
Peter 41-2
Adam 156 , 160
Adiabene 71 , 142 , 145
Aegina 36 n65
Aeschines 170
Agrippa 81 , 102 , 144
Alexander Polyhistor 142 , 143
Alexander the Great 9
Alexandria:
citizenship 3 , 18 , 72 , 80 , 83-4 ;
clubs of association 79 ;
ethnic tensions 77-86 ;
flogging 86 ;
Greeks 173 ;
Josephus 79 ;
library 77 ;
patron/client relationship 79 , 87 ;
pogrom 62 ;
politeuma55 ;
political unrest 79 , 164-5 ;
population 77-8 ;
quarters 58 , 69 , 77-8 , 86 ;
Roman taxation 84 ;
see also Jews in Alexandria
aliens 69-70 , 128
allegorical interpretation 170 , 173 ;
Boyarin 159-61 , 166-7 ;
Dawson 151-5 , 166-7 , 174 ;
extremists 168-72 ;
Judaism 162 , 171-2 ;
Philo 149 , 151-5 , 157 , 159-61 , 162-3 ;
politics 167-74 ;
social consciousness 174 ;
soul 168 ;
Therapeutai 128 ;
univocity 160
allegory 144
Andronicus 15
anthropomorphism 169 , 171
Antioch, Syria:
Barnabas 43 ;
Christianity/Judaism 53 ;
Gnaeus Collega 68 ;
Luke 40 ;
Macedonian
calendar 115 ;
oil supplies 144 ;
Paul 40 , 43 ;
politeuma55
Antioch-at-Jerusalem 14
Antioch-in-Pisidia 41 , 47
Antiochus III 3 , 7 , 10 , 16-17
Antiochus IV Epiphanes 8
Antipater 188
anti-semitic clubs 80
Antonius Diogenes 179
Apamea 33
Aphrodisias dekania36
Aphrodisias inscription 67 n92
Apion 79 , 80 , 82 , 83 , 84 , 86 , 141-2 , 165 , 173
Apollonius Molon 133
Apollos 47 , 48
apologetics:
audience for 137-8 ;
as challenge 135-6 ;
Christian 135 ;
defensive 129 , 135 , 164 ;
direct/indirect 129-30 , 134-5 ;
implicit/explicit encoding 140-1 ;
missionary activity 145 ;
oral 143-5 ;
proselytism 145-8 ;
readership 139 ;
Schürer 129 , 130-2 , 145 ;
Tcherikover 131-2 , 136-9
Aquila 46 , 47

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