Jewish Life and Thought among Greeks and Romans: Primary Readings

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Abbreviations
Books and Periodicals
ABDAnchor Bible Dictionary, ed. David N. Freedman
AJAAmerican Journal of Archaeology
AJPAmerican Journal of Philology
AJSLAmerican Journal of Semitic Languages and Literature
AJSRAssociation for Jewish Studies Review
AJTAmerican Journal of Theology
AlonGedaliah Alon, The Jews in Their Land in the Talmudic Age (70–640 CE) (1980)
ANRWAufstieg und Niedergang der römischen Welt
ASAncient Society
ASTIAnnual of the Swedish Theological Institute
ATRAnglican Theological Review
AUSSAndrews University Seminary Studies
BABiblical Archaeologist
BARBiblical Archaeology Review
BaronSalo W. Baron, A Social and Religious History of the Jews, vols 1 and 2 (1952)
BASORBulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research
BETLBibliotheca Ephemeridum Theologicarum Lovaniensium
BIOSCSBulletin of the International Organization for Septuagint and Cognate Studies
BjRLBulletin of the John Rylands Library
BTBible Translator
CBQCatholic Biblical Quarterly
CCARJCentral Conference of American Rabbis Journal
CIICorpus Inscriptionum ludaicarum,ed. Jean-Baptiste Frey
CJConservative Judaism
CPClassical Philology
CPJCorpus Papyrorum Judaicarum, ed. Victor Tcherikover, Alexander Fuks, and Menahem Stern
CQClassical Quarterly
CRINTCompendia Rerum Iudaicarum ad Novum Testamentum
CTJCalvin Theological Journal
CTSRChicago Theological Seminary Register
E-IEretz-Israel
EJEncyclopaedia Judaica

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Acknowledgments xiii
  • Preface xv
  • Sources xix
  • Abbreviations xxxv
  • Illustrations xli
  • 1: The Greeks Discover the Jews 1
  • 2: The Beginnings of Hellenization in Egypt 17
  • 3: Jewish Life in Other Countries of the Diaspora 61
  • 4: Pro-Jewish Attitudes by Governments 77
  • 5: Pro-Jewish Attitudes by Intellectuals 105
  • 6: Conversion to Judaism 123
  • 7: “Sympathizers” (“god-Fearers”) 137
  • 8: The Jews in Palestine 147
  • 9: Revolts of the Jews Against the Roman Empire 265
  • 10: Criticism and Hostility Towards Jews 305
  • Glossary of Recurring Terms 397
  • Suggested Topics for Further Research 401
  • General Bibliography 407
  • Index of Ancient Authors, Tracts, and Documents 415
  • General Index 423
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