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Published by Ktav Pub. House in New York .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Greece

Subjects:

  • Judaism -- Relations -- Greek,
  • Rabbinical literature -- History and criticism,
  • Hellenism,
  • Greece -- Religion

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statementselected with a prolegomenon by Henry A. Fischel.
SeriesThe Library of Biblical studies
ContributionsFischel, Henry A. 1913-
Classifications
LC ClassificationsBM536.G7 E87
The Physical Object
Pagination600 p. in various pagings ;
Number of Pages600
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4891097M
ISBN 100870682601
LC Control Number76023256

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These seminal essays, written by an international group of eminent scholars, introduce the reader to the subject of restoration in a roughly chronological approach, beginning with the formative period (the Old Testament), followed by the Greco-Roman period, formative Judaism, and early Christianity. Henry A. Fischel, ed., Essays In Greco-Roman And Related Talmudic Literature (selected with a prolegomenon by [the editor]; New York: KTAV, Siegfried Stein, The Influence of Symposium Literature on the Literary form of the Pesah Haggadah Journal of Jewish Studies 8 () pp. Essays in Greco-Roman and Related Talmudic Literature (New York: Ktav, ), xiii-lxxii; and Catherine Hezser, "Interfaces between Rabbinic Literature and Graeco-Roman Philosophy," in The Talmud Yerushalmi and Graeco-Roman Culture II, ed. Peter . the potential relevance of Greco-Roman literature for the student of the New Testament has become increasingly evident. The purpose of this collection of essays is to demonstrate both the relevance and importance of various styles, forms and genres of ancient Mediterranean literature for the understanding and interpretation of the New Testament.