Home
Product Search
Site Map
Checkout
Track Your Order
Login
Flavius Josephus: Interpretation and History (Jack Pastor Pnina Stern, Menahem Mor (eds)) Hardcover Book, (Brill, 2011) 9789004191266
Flavius Josephus: Interpretation and History (Jack Pastor Pnina Stern, Menahem Mor (eds)) Hardcover Book, (Brill, 2011) 9789004191266
Click to enlarge image(s)


Title: Flavius Josephus: Interpretation and History

Author: Pastor, Jack Pnina Stern, Menahem Mor (eds)

Publisher: Brill; Publication Date: 2011

Hardcover; ISBN: 9789004191266

Volumes: 1; Pages: xiv, 439

List Price in Cloth: $187.00 Our price: $156.99

(Add to Cart button is at the bottom of this page)

An International Josephus Colloquium met in Haifa on 2 - 6 July, 2006. It gathered scholars from Japan, Germany, France, Norway, Italy, Britain, Israel, and the USA who represented different disciplines: bible, history, Judaism, and archaeology. The connecting structure of all the participants was the ancient Jewish historian Flavius Josephus. The fruit of this meeting is presented in twenty four articles and an introduction. Flavius Josephus: Interpretation and History is a multi-disciplinary collection of research on Josephus, the man, the historian, his era, and his writings. It will be of great use to scholars as well as the general public, who take an interest in the literary work of one of the most controversial figures of his era. Table of ContentsKenneth Atkinson:The Historical Chronology of the Hasmonean Period in the War and Antiquities of Flavius Josephus: Separating Fact from FictionMordechai Aviam:Socio-economical Hierarchy and its Economical Foundations in First Century Galilee: The Evidence from Yodefat and GamlaChristophe Batsch:Le Syst�me Sacrificiel de Flavius Jos�phe au Livre III des Antiquit�s Juives (Ant. 3.224-236)Miriam Ben Zeev:Between Fact and Fiction:Josephus' Account of the Destruction of the TempleJhn Curran:Flavius Josephus in RomeNiclas F�rsterBemerkungen zum Aufstand des Judas Galilaeus sowie zum biblischen Bilderverbot bei Josephus, Hippolyt und Pseudo-HieronymusGiovanni Frulla:Reconstructing Exodus Tradition: Moses In The Second Book Of Josephus' AntiquitiesDov Gera:Unity and Chronology in Josephus' AntiquitiesErich S. Gruen:Polybius and Josephus on RomeGunnar Haaland:Convenient Fiction or Causal Factor? The Questioning of Jewish Antiquity according to Against Apion 1.2.Gohei Hata:Where is the Temple Site of Onias IV in Egypt?Tessel Jonqui�re:Josephus at Jotapata: Why Josephus Wrote What He WroteAryeh Kasher:Josephus on Herod's Spring from the Shadows of the Parthian InvasionSamuel S. Kottek:Josephus on Poisoning and Magic Cures or On the Meaning of PharmakonEtienne Nodet:Josephus and Discrepant SourcesEyal Regev:Josephus, the Temple, and the Jewish WarSamuel Rocca:The Purposes and Functions of the Synagogue in Late Second Temple Period Judaea: Evidence from Josephus and Archaeological InvestigationGottfried Schimanowski:Propaganda, Fiktion und Symbolik die Bedeutung des Jerusalemer Tempels im Werk des JosephusDaniel R. Schwartz:Josephus, Catullus, Divine Providence, and the Date of the Judaean WarYuval Shahar:Josephus the Stage Manager at the Service of Josephus the Dramatist: Masada as Test CasePnina Stern:Josephus and Justus: The Place of Chapter 65 (verses 336-367) in Life, the Autobiography of Flavius JosephusMichael Tuval:A Jewish Priest in RomeJan Willem van Henten:Constructing Herod as a Tyrant: Assessing Josephus' Parallel PassagesJ�zsef Zsengell�r:"To be or not to be" Historical Interpretation of 2Kings 17 in Josephus' Antiquities
Copyright © 2016 Dove Booksellers
30108 Ford Road
Garden City, MI 48135
313-381-1000
customerservice@dovebook.com