Revue des études juives

Revue des études juives Revue des études juives 173/3-4 (2014), 263-95 Samuele Rocca, The Hasmonean State and Rome: A New Appraisal (Studies the relationship between Rome and Judaea from the days of Judas Maccabaeus until the conquest of Judaea by Pompey, and argues that the initial friendship between the Hasmonean dynasty and the Romans went on during the last part of Hyrcanus i ’s rule and until the conquest, whereas hostility developed afterwards); 297-323 Xavier Levieils, Étude historique du récit d’Hégésippe sur la comparution des petits-fils de Jude devant Domitien (Studies a passage from the Memoirs of Hegesippus quoted by Eusebius, which tells about the appearance of Jude’s grandsons before the emperor Domitian. Behind the apologetic dimension of the story, it should be read as a source of information concerning the authority that the members of the family of Jesus enjoyed within Nazorean communities, and concerning the Roman perception of the Nazoreans’s messianic hopes); 361-63 Michael Sokoloff, סתי afʿel, “to Spend the Winter”: A New Verbal Lexeme in Jewish Palestinian Aramaic (Discusses the meaning of מסתי in the Jerusalem Talmud, Moʿed Qaṭan 81b [18], where it means “to spend the winter”); 174/1-2 (2015) , 175-91 Yann Le Bohec, Remarques d’histoire militaire sur la guerre des Maccabées (Examines the information given by 1 Maccabees and Josephus on the Greco-Syrian armies and warfare, on the one hand, and on the Judean army on the other, which is presented as no less “modern” and efficient as the Greco-Syrian ones); 193-98 David Rokéaḥ, Yet Again: Who was Ben Satada / Sotada? (Continues the discussion with Thierry Murcia around the identification of Ben Stada / Stara as Jesus, and argues that Ben Sotada should also be identified with Jesus, Sotada or Satada being a name given by the Sages to the mother of Jesus). http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal for the Study of Judaism Brill

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Revue des études juives 173/3-4 (2014), 263-95 Samuele Rocca, The Hasmonean State and Rome: A New Appraisal (Studies the relationship between Rome and Judaea from the days of Judas Maccabaeus until the conquest of Judaea by Pompey, and argues that the initial friendship between the Hasmonean dynasty and the Romans went on during the last part of Hyrcanus i ’s rule and until the conquest, whereas hostility developed afterwards); 297-323 Xavier Levieils, Étude historique du récit d’Hégésippe sur la comparution des petits-fils de Jude devant Domitien (Studies a passage from the Memoirs of Hegesippus quoted by Eusebius, which tells about the appearance of Jude’s grandsons before the emperor Domitian. Behind the apologetic dimension of the story, it should be read as a source of information concerning the authority that the members of the family of Jesus enjoyed within Nazorean communities, and concerning the Roman perception of the Nazoreans’s messianic hopes); 361-63 Michael Sokoloff, סתי afʿel, “to Spend the Winter”: A New Verbal Lexeme in Jewish Palestinian Aramaic (Discusses the meaning of מסתי in the Jerusalem Talmud, Moʿed Qaṭan 81b [18], where it means “to spend the winter”); 174/1-2 (2015) , 175-91 Yann Le Bohec, Remarques d’histoire militaire sur la guerre des Maccabées (Examines the information given by 1 Maccabees and Josephus on the Greco-Syrian armies and warfare, on the one hand, and on the Judean army on the other, which is presented as no less “modern” and efficient as the Greco-Syrian ones); 193-98 David Rokéaḥ, Yet Again: Who was Ben Satada / Sotada? (Continues the discussion with Thierry Murcia around the identification of Ben Stada / Stara as Jesus, and argues that Ben Sotada should also be identified with Jesus, Sotada or Satada being a name given by the Sages to the mother of Jesus).

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