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Samaritan religion from John Hyrcanus to Baba Rabba a critical examination of the relevant material in contemporary Christian literature, the writings of Josephus, and the Mishnah by Bruce W. Hall

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Published by Mandelbaum Trust, University of Sydney in Sydney .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Samaritans -- History -- Sources.,
  • Christian literature, Early -- History and criticism.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statementby Bruce W. Hall.
SeriesStudies in Judaica,, no. 3, Studies in Judaica (Sydney, N.S.W.) ;, no. 3.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsBM917 .H35 1987
The Physical Object
Pagination352 p. ;
Number of Pages352
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1459317M
ISBN 100949269069
LC Control Number93115459

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Samaritan religion from John Hyrcanus to Baba Rabba: A critical examination of the relevant material in contemporary Christian literature, the and the Mishnah (Studies in Judaica): Books . Samaritan religion from John Hyrcanus to Baba Rabba: a critical examination of the relevant material in contemporary Christian literature, the writings of Josephus, and the Mishnah: Main author: Hall, Bruce W. Format: Book. , English, Thesis edition: Samaritan religion from John Hyrcanus to Baba Rabba: a critical examination of the relevant material in contemporary Christian literature, the writings of Josephus, and the Mishnah / B. W. Hall. Hall, B. W. (Bruce William). Samaritan religion from John Hyrcanus to Baba Rabba: a critical examination of the relevant material in contemporary Christian literature, the writings of Josephus, and the Mishnah / by Bruce W. Hall Hall, B. W. (Bruce William).

Buy Samaritan religion from John Hyrcanus to Baba Rabba: A critical examination of the relevant material in contemporary Christian literature, the and the Mishnah (Studies in Judaica) by Bruce W Hall (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on Author: Bruce W Hall. John Hyrcanus F s Destruction of the Gerizim Temple and Judaean-Samaritan Relations Seth Schwartz beginning is marked by the literary activities of Marqah and Baba Rabba, assigned by most scholars to the 3rd or 4th centuries CE. Yet, despite the fact Books of Maccabees, the Jewish Antiquities of Josephus, and excerpts, preserved. It has become common in current scholarship to place the "parting of the ways" in the second century BCE.1 In particular, the destruction of the Samaritan temple on Mount Gerizim by John Hyrcanus is often regarded as the decisive cause of the final breach between Jews and Samaritans. 2 Hyrcanus's action is usually interpreted as demonstrating his hatred and contempt for the whole Samaritan . Samaria was a largely autonomous state nominally dependent on the Seleucid Empire until around BCE, when the Jewish Hasmonean ruler John Hyrcanus destroyed the Samaritan temple and devastated Samaria. The Hellinized Samaritan Temple at Mount Gerizim was destroyed by John Hyrcanus in BC, having existed about years. Only a few stone.

Author: HALL, BRUCE W. Title: Samaritan Religion from John Hyrcanus to Baba Rabba. Description: Sydney, pp. Softcover. Keywords: Archaeology Orient Theology Archeologie Ori nt Theologie. Bruce W. Hall, Samaritan Religion from John Hyrcanus to Baba Rabba. A Critical Examination of the Relevant Material in Contemporary Christian Literature, the Writings ofJosephus, and the Mishnah, Mandelbaum Trust, University of Sydney, Studies in Judaica, no. 3, Sydney In the following centuries, the Samaritans suffered when Shechem was destroyed by Alexander the Great, while in B.C. John Hyrcanus captured Shechem and destroyed the Samaritan temple. It remained in ruins until the 2nd century A.D. when it was rebuilt by the Emperor Hadrian as a reward for Samaritan help against the Jews during the Bar. The 4th cent. a.d. is the most important century in the post-Biblical period, for the basic work on Samaritan religion and the canon for their social customs was written under Baba the Great. Their Targ. of the Pentateuch was written in the 5th or 6th cent. a.d.