Early Rabbinic Judaism: Historical Studies in Religion, Literature and Art

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
The author thanks the following for permission to reprint his papers:
American Jewish Congress for "Judaism in a Time of Crisis," Judaism XXI, 3, 1972, pp. 313-327. © 1972 by American Jewish Congress.
University of Chicago Press for "'Pharisaic-Rabbinic' Judaism, A Clarification." History of Religions XII, 3, 1973, pp. 250-270. © 1973 by University of Chicago Press.
Jewish Chronicle Publications for "The Rabbinic Traditions about the Pharisees before 70. The Problem of Oral Transmission," The Journal of Jewish Studies XXII, 1-4, 1971, pp. 1-18. © 1971 by Jewish Chronicle Publications.
E. J. Brill for "The Written Tradition in Pharisaism before 70," Journal for the Study of Judaism in the Persian, Hellenistic, and Roman Period, IV, 1, 1973. © 1973 by E. J. Brill.
University of Chicago Press for "Types and Forms in Ancient Jewish Literature. Some Comparisons," History of Religions XI, 4, 1972, pp. 354-390. © 1972 by University of Chicago Press.
American Jewish Congress for "Judaism in Late Antiquity. Review- essay," Judaism XV, 1966, pp. 230-240. © 1966 by American Jewish Congress.
The Rabbinical Assembly for "Notes on Goodenough's Jewish Symbols," Conservative Judaism XVII, 3-4, 1963, pp. 77-92. © 1963 by The Rabbinical Assembly.
University of Chicago Press for "Jewish Use of Pagan Symbols after 70," Journal of Religion XLIII, 4, pp. 285-294. © 1966 by University of Chicago Press.
University of Chicago Press for "Judaism at Dura-Europos," History of Religions IV, 1, 1964, pp. 81-102. © 1964 by University of Chicago Press.
Review of Religious Research for "Goodenough on Psychology Religion," Review of Religious Research VI, 1965, pp. 137-142. © 1965 by Review of Religious Research.

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