A Wandering Galilean: Essays in Honour of Sean Freyne by author, Zuleika Rodgers, Margaret Daly-Denton, Anne PDF

By author, Zuleika Rodgers, Margaret Daly-Denton, Anne Fitzpatrick Mckinley

ISBN-10: 9004173552

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Beginning his occupation as a pupil of the recent testomony, Sean Freyne's paintings grew to become synonymous with the research of Galilee within the Greek and Roman classes. His look for a deeper and extra nuanced knowing of Judaism within the Greek and Roman classes and the advance of the early Christian circulate has led him to interface with students in lots of similar disciplines. with a view to do justice to the breadth of Sean Freyne's pursuits, this quantity contains contributions from students within the fields of Archaeology, historical background, Classics, Hebrew Bible, Early Judaism, Rabbinic Judaism, Early Christianity, New testomony, and Medieval Judaism. The ensuing quantity demonstrates not just the honoree's interdiciplinary pursuits, but in addition the interconnectedness of those disciplines.

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33 Weinberger 1998, 69. 30 31 what happened to the jewish priesthood after 70? 15 made out for the piyyut and the midrash drawing on a common source as for the piyyut directly quoting the midrash. There are many traditions in piyyut, some powerfully mythological in tone, which are not found in rabbinic midrash. 34 He also notes cases where the halakhah in piyyut contradicts the consensus view of the Sages,35 a phenomenon also attested in Targum. It is not surprising that the rabbis are suspicious of piyyut.

Alexander called first to the public reading of the torah, and space is given in the service to allow them, when appropriate, to recite the Priestly Blessing. The major prayer of the synagogue, the {Amidah, is full of distinctively priestly concerns, and may be priestly in origin: no less than six of its nineteen benedictions directly or indirectly pray for the restoration of the temple service. As I have argued elsewhere,24 the strong messianism of this prayer jars with mainline rabbinic thinking in the Tannaitic and early Amoraic periods, which was profoundly anti-messianic (though the rabbis were later to find a place for messianism within the rabbinic theological system).

The rabbis tried to control its content and delivery (m. Megillah 4:9–10; t. Megillah 4(3):31; b. Magillah 25a–b), as they tried to control the service of the synagogue in general, but they remained suspicious of it. One authority regarded Greek as the only language into which it was permissible to translate torah (m. Megillah 1:8; y. Megillah 1, 71c). In Babylonia Targum Onqelos was believed to have emerged from the School of {Aqiva, and this tradition may have contributed to the authority of that Targum there, but it is based on a textual corruption: ‘Onqelos’ is a deformation of the name ‘Akylas,’ and the reference, as the Palestian parallel and, indeed, the wording of the pericope itself show,45 is to the Greek version of Aquila ( y.

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