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How the Bible Became Holy

Satlow, Michael L

2014

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  • Title:
    How the Bible Became Holy
  • Author: Satlow, Michael L
  • Description: Cover -- Contents -- Note on Documentation and Sources -- Map of the Biblical World -- Introduction -- Part I -- 1 The Northern Kingdom: Israel, 922–722 BCE -- 2 The Writings of Judah: Judah, 722–586 BCE -- 3 The Second Commonwealth: Babylonia, Persia, and Yehud, 586–520 BCE -- 4 Ezra and the Pentateuch: Persia and Yehud, 520–458 BCE -- 5 Nehemiah to Chronicles: Yehud and Elephantine, 445–350 BCE -- Part II -- 6 The Dawn of Hellenism: Judea, 350–175 BCE -- 7 The Maccabean Revolt: Judea, 175–135 BCE -- 8 The Holy Books: Judea, 135–104 BCE -- 9 The Septuagint: Alexandria, Third Century BCE–First Century CE -- 10 The Sadducees and the Dead Sea Scrolls: Judea, 104–103 BCE -- Part III -- 11 Jesus and the Synagogue: Judea and Galilee, 4 BCE–30 CE -- 12 Paul: Jerusalem and Abroad, 37–66 CE -- 13 The Gospels: Judea, 66–100 CE -- 14 Early Christians: Rome and Egypt, 100–200 CE -- 15 The Rabbis: Judea, 100–220 CE -- Epilogue -- Chronology -- Notes -- Bibliography -- Acknowledgments -- General Index -- A -- B -- C -- D -- E -- F -- G -- H -- I -- J -- K -- L -- M -- N -- O -- P -- Q -- R -- S -- T -- U -- V -- W -- Y -- Z -- Index of Scripture and Other Ancient Sources -- .
  • Publication Date: 2014
  • Publisher: New Haven: Yale University Press
  • Identifier: E-ISBN: 9780300206852 ; ISBN: 9780300171914
  • Subjects: Bible--Canon
  • Language: English

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