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Early Rabbinic civil law and the social history of Roman Galilee

a study of Mishnah tractate Baba" meṣiʻa"

by Hayim Lapin

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Published by Scholars Press in Atlanta, Ga .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Israel,
  • Galilee
    • Subjects:
    • Mishnah. Bava meẓia -- Criticism, interpretation, etc.,
    • Dinei mamonot -- History -- To 1500 -- Sources.,
    • Jews -- History -- 70-638.,
    • Jews -- Israel -- Galilee -- Economic conditions.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Hayim Lapin.
      SeriesBrown Judaic studies ;, no. 307
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsKBM639 .L37 1995
      The Physical Object
      Paginationx, 368 p. ;
      Number of Pages368
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL808412M
      ISBN 100788502042
      LC Control Number95045154

      Three published volumes cover the history of Judaism from the Persian period up to the third century, and a fourth is on the late Roman-Rabbinic period. Taken together, The Cambridge History of Judaism provides the fullest and most authoritative account of its subject and . JEWISH INTERTESTAMENTAL AND EARLY RABBINIC LITERATURE: AN ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHIC RESOURCE DAVID W. CHAPMAN AND ANDREAS J. KÖSTENBERGER* The ˜eld of Jewish literature can be mystifying to the non-specialist. The initial obstacle often is where to go for texts, translations, concordances, and bibliography.

        The Jewish Quarterly Review, XCIlI, Nos. (January-April, ) Hayim Lapin. Economy, Geography, and Provincial History in Later Roman Palestine. Texts and Studies in Ancient Judaism Tuebingen: Mohr Siebeck, Pp. viii + This is both an exciting book and an infuriating one. It is exciting because it is an attempt to penetrate and understand both rabbinic . In April the book Law in the Documents from the Judean Desert appeared (full bibliographical details below). The conclusions Evans Grubbs, J., Women and the law in the Roman Empire, London, Friedman, M.A., Early Rabbinic Civil Laws and the Social History of Roman Galilee. A.

      The start of the rabbinic era witnessed the total collapse of Jewish sovereignty. Jewish political autonomy had gradually been winnowed by Roman rule since the 2nd century BCE, but with the destruction of Jerusalem and the Temple in 70 CE, any vestiges of Jewish independence disappeared for the next nineteen centuries.   The claim that rabbinic law enjoys higher authority than God’s is in fact a fatal flaw in the argument that rabbinic law does not add or subtract in contravention of Deuteronomy If God’s law is subordinate, the inevitable conclusion is that rabbinic legislation overrules (and thus diminishes from) God’s commandments!


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