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History of Scholarship
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History of Scholarship

REDIRECT Discovery and Acquisition

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Madaba Map, 6th century CE
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Madaba Map, 6th century CE

REDIRECT Madaba Map, 527-565 CE

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Clay Document, 595 BCE
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Clay Document, 595 BCE

REDIRECT Nebo-Sarsekim Cuneiform Tablet, 595 BCE

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Hammat Tiberias Menorah, 4th-5th century BCE
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Hammat Tiberias Menorah, 4th-5th century BCE

REDIRECT Hammat Tiberias Menorah, 4th-5th century CE

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What are the Dead Sea Scrolls? Lawrence Schiffman, COJS.
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What are the Dead Sea Scrolls? Lawrence Schiffman, COJS.

REDIRECT What are the Dead Sea Scrolls? Lawrence H. Schiffman, COJS.

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Bust of Cleopatra VI, 30 CE
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Bust of Cleopatra VI, 30 CE

REDIRECT Bust of Cleopatra VII, 30 CE

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Important Points (excerpts) from James Parkes, The Emergence of the Jewish Problem: 1878-1939, Oxford University Press, London 1946.
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Important Points (excerpts) from James Parkes, The Emergence of the Jewish Problem: 1878-1939, Oxford University Press, London 1946.

REDIRECT Excerpts from James Parkes, The Emergence of the Jewish Problem- 1878-1939, Oxford University Press, London 1946.

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Excerpts from James Parkes, The Emergence of the Jewish Problem: 1878-1939, Oxford University Press, London 1946.
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Excerpts from James Parkes, The Emergence of the Jewish Problem: 1878-1939, Oxford University Press, London 1946.

The Jews of Russia By the nineteenth century more than half the Jewish populations of the world lived in the western provinces of Russia, with an overflow in the northern provinces of Austria-Hungary and Rumania. Russian Jewry was a vast artificial accumulation still living under restricted, inhuman conditions. It had become Russian, not through any […]

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Sectarianism in the Second Commonwealth, Lawrence Schiffman, From Text to Tradition: A History of Second Temple
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Sectarianism in the Second Commonwealth, Lawrence Schiffman, From Text to Tradition: A History of Second Temple

REDIRECT Sectarianism in the Second Commonwealth, Lawrence Schiffman, From Text to Tradition, Lawrence Schiffman, From Text to Tradition, Ktav Publishing House, Hoboken, NJ, 1991,p.98-19.

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Sectarianism in the Second Commonwealth, Lawrence Schiffman, From Text to Tradition: A History of Second Temple & Rabbinic Judaism, Ktav Publishing House, Hoboken, NJ, 1991, p.98-119.
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Sectarianism in the Second Commonwealth, Lawrence Schiffman, From Text to Tradition: A History of Second Temple & Rabbinic Judaism, Ktav Publishing House, Hoboken, NJ, 1991, p.98-119.

The years immediately following the Maccabean revolt and victory are known, after the name of the victorious dynasty, as the Hasmonean period. Like the Roman period, which immediately followed, it was distinguished by a tendency toward what, for want of a better term, we call sectarianism. By this we mean a tendency to split into […]

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