The Rise and Fall of the Judaean State: A Political, Social and Religious History of the Second Commonwealth - Vol. 3

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The Rise and Fall of the JUDAEAN STATE
A Political, Social and Religious History of the Second Commonwealth

SOLOMON ZEITLIN

VOLUME THREE 66 C.E. -- 120 C.E.

THE JEWISH PUBLICATION SOCIETY OF AMERICA Philadelphia / 5738-1978

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Table of Contents vii
  • Foreword ix
  • Part One - Rome and Judaea at War: 66-70 C.E. 1
  • 1- the Provisional Government 3
  • 2.The War in Judaea Proper 58
  • 3.The Fall of Jerusalem 81
  • 4. the Roman Victory 131
  • Part Two - Jabneh: the Spiritual Aftermath 153
  • 1. Loss and Survival 155
  • 2- Rabban Jochanan Ben Zakkai 159
  • 3. Rabban Gamaliel II 183
  • Part Three - Political and Economic Life After the War 215
  • 1- Juridical and Political Developments 217
  • 2.New Misfortunes 223
  • 3- Demographic Changes In Judaea After the War 231
  • 4. Economic Conditions 236
  • 5. Town and City Life 249
  • 6- for the Needs Of the Land: The Prayer for Rain 255
  • Part Four - Religious Life and Related Concepts 259
  • 1. Religious Development 261
  • 2- Reward and Punishment, Resurrection 268
  • 3- Repentance And Atonement 273
  • 4. the Sabbath 276
  • 5. the Festivals 283
  • 6- Popular Beliefs And Superstitions 286
  • 7. Education 303
  • 8. the Status of Women 307
  • 9. Mamzerut 316
  • 10. the ' Am Ha-Aretz 319
  • 11. Proselytes 323
  • 12. Messianic Expectations 328
  • 13. Gnosticism and Mysticism 335
  • Part Five - Judaism and Christianity 349
  • 1- Judaeo-Christians And Ebionites 351
  • 2. the Parting of the Ways 365
  • Epilogue 381
  • Appendix 383
  • Abbreviations 419
  • Notes 423
  • Cumulative Index - Volumes I, Ii, and III 481
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