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Aphrodite and the Rabbis: How the Jews Adapted Roman Culture to Create Judaism as We Know It

Autor: Visotzky, Burton L.

Editorial: St. Martin's Press

Formato:Tapa Dura

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Aphrodite and the Rabbis: How the Jews Adapted Roman Culture to Create Judaism as We Know It : Historians have long debated the (re)birth of Judaism in the wake of the destruction of Jerusalem and the Temple cult by the Romans in 70 CE. What replaced that sacrificial cult was at once something new - indebted to the very culture of the Roman overlords - even as it also sought to preserve what little it could of the old Israelite religion. The Greco-Roman culture in which rabbinic Judaism grew in the first five centuries of the Common Era nurtured the development of Judaism as we still know and celebrate it today.

Arguing that its transformation from a Jerusalem-centered cult to a world religion was made possible by the Roman Empire, Rabbi Burton Visotzky presents Judaism as a distinctly Roman religion. Full of fascinating detail from the daily life and culture of Jewish communities across the Hellenistic world, Aphrodite and the Rabbis will appeal to anyone interested in the development of Judaism, religion, history, art and architecture. NOTE: This is a Scratch and Dent book and may have noticeable dents, scratches and various other cosmetic issues as well as torn or missing dust jacket. These items are only guaranteed to be structurally complete and readable and therefore are sold as is.


Categoría   Sub-Categoría
Religión y Espiritualidad   Historia
History & Geography   Jewish
Religión y Espiritualidad   Judaism

ISBN 13:9781250085764
ISBN 10:1250085764
Formato:Tapa Dura
Idioma:Inglés
Páginas:245
Tamaño:9.57" l x 6.47" w x 0.91" h
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