The History of the Jewish People in the Age of Jesus Christ: 175 B.C. to A.D. 135, Volume 2 (New Revised English Edition)
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Critical presentation of the whole evidence concerning Jewish history, institutions, and literature from 175 BC to AD 135; with updated bibliographies.
descent from a priest or Levite who actually ministered as such, or from a member of the Sanhedrin: indeed, any person whose ancestors are known to have been public officials or almoners and in particular, according to Rabbi Yose, anyone I'liS'S n3tt?'n '31X3 mnn n w '?s. In explanation of this difficult passage, it should be noted that mnn, properly 'sealed', is here equivalent to, 'confirmed, acknowledged, accredited by documents' (cf. the use of a
Papyrology (1970), pp. 537-44. Cf. J. H. Hospers (ed.), A Basic Bibliography for the Study of the Semitic Languages I (1973), pp. 283-335- 22 / . Population and Language are given in Aramaic in the Mishnah.'^ Similarly, the Greek N e w Testament contains a significant number of Aramaic terms: djSjSa (Mk. 14:36), OLKeXSaixax (Act. 1 : 1 9 ) , ya^^ada ( J n . 1 9 : 1 3 ) , yoXyodd (Mt. 2 7 : 3 3 ) , i
autour de la Mer Morte, Atlas (1853), pi. xlix; CIG 4537, 4538; addenda, p. 1179; Le BasWaddington, Inscr. I l l , nos. 1891. 1892. 1893; MDPV 1898, pp. 84f. = Briinnow and Domaszewski, Die Provincia Arabia II, p. 249 (reproduction by Briinnow). Cf. Abel, Gdog. Pal. II, pp. 297-8. On the cult of Pan in general see Roscher, GRM III (1902), cols. 1347-81 (on the cult in Caesarea Panias see col. 1371); on the cult in Panias RE XVIII, cols. 595-8. 67. Ant. XV 10, 3 (364); B.J. i 2 1 , 3 (404). 68.
(1933), pp. 419-28; F. Neuburg, .Ancient Glass (1962); J. Price, 'Glass', in D. E . Strong and D. Brown, Roman Crafts (1976), ch. 9. Note especially the finds of glass from the Cave of Letters, Yadin, Finds from the Bar Kokhba Period in the Cave of Letters (1963), ch. 5. 72 / / . The spread of Hellenism s t i c k , R e q u i r e m e n t s for eating and drinking included the salver (K'?iat3, tabula), the plate (x^DlpOX, scutella), the bowl ('•'?'»D, ^IOAT;) and the table-napkin (nsa,
see 2 Mac. 4:9. Jason promised large sums if the inhabitants of Jerusalem were permitted to register themselves as 'Avrioxe'is: rovs iv 'UpoooXvyLOis 'Avriox'e'^s a.vaYpd/ai; cf. 4:19. He sent to the games of Heracles at Tyre Bewpovs o>s drro 'lepoooXvpujv 'AvrioxeZs ovras. Similarly, the citizens of Adana in Cilicia called themselves 'Avnoxels ol rrpos rep Edp(x>; those of Tarsus, ^Avnoxels ol rrpos ra> Kvhvu>; those of Edessa, 'Avnoxels ol irrl KaXXtpoji; those of Hippus, 'Avnoxeis ol npos