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By Sean Freyne

Contents :

The geography of Galilee and its human settlement
Galilee, the increase of Hellenism and the Jewish response
Galilee less than the Romans, sixty three B.C.E. - a hundred thirty five C.E.
The towns and the Hellenistic ethos of Galilee
Economic realities and social stratification
How innovative was once Galilee?
The Galileans and the temple
Galilee and the halakhah
Christianity in Galilee.

"This publication may be on the heart of next discussions approximately Galilee and will end up to be a priceless source for the learn of Judaism and Christianity of this era The writing is obvious and the arguments well-presented ..."
---David Rhoads, magazine of Biblical Literature

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He additionally reveals additional proof of this in Josephus' deal with to his troops, exhorting them to chorus from pillage, warfare 2:581 f. C . Roth, 'The old Implications of the Jewish coinage of the 1st Revolt', IEJ 12(1962) 33-46, has made this element, drawing recognition to the truth that the cash four 2 four three four four four five four 6 forty seven four eight four nine 50 five 1 96 GALILEE FROM A L E X A N D E R T H E G R E A T T O H A D R I A N of the 1st 12 months have been silver, sincerely designed at the version of theTyrian half-shekel, with the inscription ^ptprPSn ^ i O B P bpV) and at the obverserwnpn D'^tPIT those point out that it used to be an city mint, and that the rustic used to be subordinated to the town, in remarkable distinction to the Maccabees, whose cash convey that they iden­ tified with the Jewish humans as such. Suetonius, Lives: Vespasian, 4,5, says that an eagle was once captured within the defeat of Cestius Gallus, who it sounds as if died that iciness, 'fato aut taedio occidit', as Tacitus, Histories V,10 places it. lifestyles 30, mentions the apprehensions of the folks of Sepphoris in sixty six, and their overtures of loyalty to Rome. Cohen, Josephus in Galilee, 187-9, has proven that a number of the strategems, six in all, utilized by Josephus to repulse the Romans, should be documented from GrecoRoman literature. therefore the total account is probably going to were a loose composition to glorify the general's ingenuity. besides the fact that, he additionally acknowledges that whereas Josephus frequently exaggerates, he not often invents completely fictitious narratives (362, n. 44). We do listen of the siege somewhere else, lifestyles 350, and it seems that the location used to be a strategic one way back to Assyrian occasions, because it seems to be at the record of locations conquered by means of Tiglathpilesar. a bit of the wall was once damaged down, to not permit the military input (War 3:460), yet to point subjugation (cf. battle 4:117f). at the perspective of Tiberias in the course of the complete crusade, cf. lower than, ch. four, II, (ii). Cohen, Josephus in Galilee,/292-307, has an in depth dialogue of the cloth facing either Gamala and Philip in struggle and lifestyles. He adopts a changed model of the concept of R. Laqueur, Der Jusische Historiker, Flavius Josephus, Giessen 1920, to the impact that Josephus had written a historical past of Gamala or of Agrippa II's country, which he now attracts directly to refute definite fees of Justus. Schalit, 'Jo­ sephus und Justus', esp. 80-91, additionally sees the remedy of Philip in existence as a solution to fees made via Justus, accusing Josephus of being the true reason for the difficulty in Gamala, resulting in the loss of life of a few of Justus' kinsmen, lifestyles 177f,186. Thackeray,Loeb Josephus, 111,19, n. c, notes that the peak of Thabor is 1312 toes. and the size of its table-land is 3000 toes. , now not 30 and 26 stadia respectively as sug­ gested by means of Josephus. Momigliano, Ricerche, eighty five, opposed to Schiirer, Geschichte 1, 650, who issues out that the expression rS»v 'lovSa'uav shouldn't be interpreted of Judaea within the slim feel, yet of all Jewish land, together with Galilee and Peraea yet apart from that of the restored towns. Avi-Yonah, The Holy Land 110-12.

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