An Introduction to Early Judaism

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Mockery of Idols 135
The Letter of Jeremiah 135
Bel and the Dragon 136
Philo and Josephus 138
Philo of Alexandria 138
Josephus 142
Great Archeological Discoveries 147
The Elephantine Papyri 147
The Dead Sea Scrolls 150
(1) The Manuscripts and Fragments 151
(2) Archeological Evidence 158
(3) The Qumran Community and Its History 160
Masada 166
(1) The Story 166
(2) Archeological Evidence 170
3. SYNTHESIS: LEADERS, GROUPS, AND INSTITUTIONS 175
Rulers and Leaders 176
The Priests 176
High Priest 176
Leading Priests 181
Ordinary Priests 182
Civil Rulers 183
Sanhedrin/Council 184
Groups 186
Early Second Temple Period 186
Late Hellenistic and Roman Times 187
Pharisees 187
Sadducees 189
Essenes 191
Others 192

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  • An Introduction to Early Judaism *
  • Contents v
  • Preface xi
  • Chapter 1 - The Time of the Second Temple 1
  • Chapter 2 - Jewish Literature of the Second Temple Period 53
  • Chapter 3 - Synthesis: Leaders, Groups, and Institutions 175
  • Bibliography 219
  • Index 225
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