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eBook Form, Function, and Historical Significance of the Rabbinic Story in Yerushalmi Neziqin (Texts and Studies in Ancient Judaism) ePub

by Catherine Hezser

  • ISBN: 3161461487
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  • Author: Catherine Hezser
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Mohr Siebeck (December 31, 1993)
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Form, Function, and Historical Significance of the Rabbinic Story in Yerushalmi Neziqin.

Form, Function, and Historical Significance of the Rabbinic Story in Yerushalmi Neziqin.

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Catherine Hezser, Professor of Jewish Studies at SOAS, University of London. Form, Function, and Historical Significance of the Rabbinic Story in Yerushalmi Neziqin. She investigates the ways in which Jews were integrated in the Graeco-Roman context and how they interacted with Romans and Christians in late antiquity. At SOAS she teaches courses on Jews and Judaism from antiquity to modern times. The Social Structure of the Rabbinic Movement in Roman Palestine (Texts and Studies in Ancient Judaism).

Catherine Hezser studied Jewish Studies, Theology and Philosophy at the . Hezser, Catherine (1993) Form, Function, and Historical Significance of the Rabbinic Story in Yerushalmi Neziqin.

Catherine Hezser studied Jewish Studies, Theology and Philosophy at the universities of Muenster and Heidelberg in Germany and at the Jewish Theological Seminary of America in New York. She completed her studies with a Dr. Heidelberg, 1986) and a P. in Jewish Studies (New York, 1992). In her many publications she examines ancient Judaism within the context of Graeco-Roman and early Christian society. Tuebingen: Mohr-Siebeck. Hezser, Catherine (1990) Lohnmetaphorik und Arbeitswelt.

Hezser C. (1993) Form, Function, and Historical Significance of the Rabbinic Story in Yerushalmi Neziqin. Hezser C. (1997) The Social Structure of the Rabbinic Movement in Roman Palestine. Tubingen: Mohr Siebeck

Hezser C. Tubingen: Mohr Siebeck. Hopkins K. (1993) Everyday Life for the Roman Schoolboy, in History Today, 1993, vol. 43, pp. 25–26.

Form, function, and historical significance of the rabbinic story in Yerushalmi Neziqin' - subject- s -: Criticism, interpretation, Narration in rabbinical literature, Parables in rabbinical literature, Talmud Yerushalmi

Form, function, and historical significance of the rabbinic story in Yerushalmi Neziqin' - subject- s -: Criticism, interpretation, Narration in rabbinical literature, Parables in rabbinical literature, Talmud Yerushalmi. Lohnmetaphorik und Arbeitswelt in Mt 20, 1-16' - subject- s -: Bible, Criticism, interpretation, Laborers in the vineyard - Parable -, Parables in rabbinical literature, Reward - Jewish theology

Revised version of the author's thesis (Ph. D.)--Jewish Theological Seminary of America, 1992.