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Beginning his profession as a student of the recent testomony, Sean Freyne's paintings turned 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 sessions and the advance of the early Christian move has led him to interface with students in lots of similar disciplines. for you to do justice to the breadth of Sean Freyne's pursuits, this quantity comprises contributions from students within the fields of Archaeology, historic 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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37 These works contain numerous motifs which are paralleled in Second Temple sources, but which are totally absent from the rabbinic tradition. Was there a rediscovery of Second Temple apocalyptic in the sixth century, perhaps a borrowing back from Christians of old Jewish literature, or were some of the texts or traditions preserved in the intervening centuries outside rabbinic circles, for example, among priests? The latter is not unlikely. There is a case to be made for the late apocalypses having a priestly orientation, and, indeed, Jewish messianism in late antiquity may have 34 35 36 37 Weinberger 1998, 67–72.

Since it was impractical for the whole of the Ma{amad to go up to the temple, it sent only a small number of representatives. Ta{anit 4:2–3). That this form of assembly anticipated the later synagogues, at least in Palestine, is entirely plausible. Much later in Jewish history, among the Karaites and the Sephardis we find the Ma{amad as a powerful institution within the synagogue. The possibility that this is not a late revival, but indicates a continuity with the Second Temple period Ma{amadot should not be ruled out.

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