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Contributors provide evidence of Greek cultural influence in Judea and Galilee, from before the Maccabean revolt and into the rabbinic period. The Israelites, by B.
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He also considers the social and economic aspects of marriage as both a personal relationship and a religious bond, and explores how the Jews of antiquity negotiated the gap between marital realities and their ideals. Pittsburgh: Carnegie Mellon University Press, Rothstein, and Michael Alpert. This English-lanugage edition includes sheet music and extensive annotations.
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