A Wandering Galilean: Essays in Honour of Sean Freyne by author, Zuleika Rodgers, Margaret Daly-Denton, Anne PDF

By author, Zuleika Rodgers, Margaret Daly-Denton, Anne Fitzpatrick Mckinley

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Beginning his profession as a student of the hot testomony, Sean Freyne's paintings grew to become synonymous with the examine of Galilee within the Greek and Roman classes. His look for a deeper and extra nuanced knowing of Judaism within the Greek and Roman sessions and the improvement of the early Christian move has led him to interface with students in lots of similar disciplines. which will do justice to the breadth of Sean Freyne's pursuits, this quantity contains contributions from students within the fields of Archaeology, historical heritage, Classics, Hebrew Bible, Early Judaism, Rabbinic Judaism, Early Christianity, New testomony, and Medieval Judaism. The ensuing quantity demonstrates not just the honoree's interdiciplinary pursuits, but in addition the interconnectedness of those disciplines.

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May shed further light on these Mourners for Zion. The text contains very diverse material, but it circles around two main themes: the destruction of the temple, and the end of history. It is the former, found mainly in chapters 1–12, which is of particular interest to us here. Embedded in these chapters are a series of laments which may have originated among “the ascetics” whom, as we noted, 2 Baruch’s contemporary Rabbi Joshua ben Hananiah is reported in the Tosefta as rebuking for their excessive mourning for Zion.

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