The Jew through the Centuries

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INDEX
Aaron, 172, 206, 209
Absorption, 117
Accessions to Judaism, 312, 313
Achad Ha'am ( Asher Ginsburg), 323
Accretions, 91, 92, 156
Acre, 26, 58, 60
Adler, Felix, 384
Aeroplanes, 37
Agrippa II, 270, 278
Ahijah, 100
Akhenaten, 109, 190
Akiba (Aqiba), Rabbi, 209
Aksa, el-, 46, 47, 353
Albanian, 7
Alexander the Great, 11, 131, 135, 197, 198, 258, 265
Alexander III, 322
Alexander Jannaeus, 13, 210
Alexandra, 210
Alexandria, 11, 12, 117, 192, 198, 265
Allenby, Gen. Lord, 63, 332, 357
Amorites, 72, 74, 78, 82, 83, 88
Animals in Palestine, 34
Antioch, 11, 200
Antiochus III, 200
Antiochus IV. Epiphanes, 13, 200, 202, 203
Antipater, 13, 211212, 258
Antony, Mark, 212, 259
Apocalypses, 205, 220, 221, 263, 269, 274
Apocrypha, 220, 223
Apostles, 251
Appreciation of the Jews, 21
Aqiba (Akiba), Rabbi, 277
Arab Congresses, 376
Arabia, 345
Arabic language and culture, 346, 347
Arabs, 21, 47, 63, 65, 84, 180, 295, 316, 337, 346, 348, 353, 364, 367
Arab States, 353, 357
Aramaic language, 128, 137, 138, 144, 199, 216, 219, 222, 237
Archaeology, 67
Arch of Titus, 273, 276
Aristobulus, 209
Art, 230
Artaxerxes I, 4, 134, 139
Artaxerxes II, 5, 144
Artaxerxes III, 9, 190
"Ascension of Isaiah," 263
Askelon, 26, 88
Asmon (Hasmon), Mattathias, 201
"Assumption of Moses," 263
Assyria, 3, 90, 100, 101, 105, 107
Augustus, Emperor, 259
Baalism, 39
Babylonia, 3, 5, 76, 101, 112, 115, 117, 122, 124, 141, 153, 163, 175, 219, 282, 283, 284, 294
Badges of shame, 19, 290, 299, 396
Bahais, 67
Baibars, 59
Baldwin, 52, 53, 56
Balfour declaration, 64, 325, 326, 337, 338, 350, 358, 359, 362, 363, 364, 368, 369, 375, 379
Balfour, Lord J., 64, 362
Baptism, 240, 347, 306
Bar Cochba, Joseph, 18, 45, 277
Baruch, book of, 223, 263
Beersheba, 24
Bernard of Clairveaux, 55, 293
Bethlehem, 236
Bible, 220, 225
Bible (see Scripture)
Biblical sites, 67
Bishops, 278
B'nai Brith, 297
"Book of the Covenant," 103, 171 172
Boycott, 372
Brandeis, Justice L. D., 338

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Introduction 1
  • I- Palestine 23
  • II- Hebrew Origins 71
  • III- Hebrew Contacts, Accretions And Dispersions 87
  • IV- Decline and Fall of Judah: Close Of Hebrew History 104
  • V- The Rise of Judaism 132
  • VI- Priesthood and Genealogies 166
  • VII- The Growth of Judaism 189
  • VIII- Jew and Christian 224
  • IX- The End of the Jewish State 258
  • X- The Jew Through the Centuries 279
  • XI- The Rise of Zionism 314
  • XII- Jew and Arab in Palestine 344
  • XIII- The Jew Today and Tomorrow 382
  • Bibliography 407
  • Index 415
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