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The Fall of the Hasmonean Kingdom

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Roman Palestine
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1011 Lecture 4

Combining Political and Religious Power

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Theophyle
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June 19, 2010
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The Jewish Society in Roman Palestine

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Course: 
Roman Palestine
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1011 Lecture 3

Pharisees

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June 17, 2010
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The Second Temple – Yahud (Judah)

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Archaeological Evidence from the Persian Period

Until fairly recently, the Persian period was characterized as the dark age of Israelite history. This is no longer true, partly because of the availability of newer materials, but especially because of the work of Ephraim Stern of Hebrew University and other archaeologists in Israel whose surveys and discoveries have opened new vistas for study of this era of profound change and development.

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Theophyle
Original Date: 
October 8, 2009
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BCE Articles from Theophyle's English Blog - Babylon and the Second Temple Period
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The Jewish Society in Roman Palestine (3)

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The Samaritans

The best-known incident in the Bible regarding the Samaritans is of course the parable of the Good Samaritan in Luke 10:25–37: A priest and a Levite both pass by a man who has been robbed and beaten. The Samaritan, however, stops and takes care of him. Then, as now, Samaritans were not at the top of the social pecking order, and that is precisely the point of the story.

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March 7, 2009
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BCE Articles from Theophyle's English Blog - Babylon and the Second Temple Period
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