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Sages and Commoners in Late Antique Erez Israel

Sages and Commoners in Late Antique Erez Israel

111, Texts and Studies in Ancient Judaism
A Philological Inquiry into Local Traditions in Talmud Yerushalmi
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Stuart S. Miller addresses a number of issues in the history of talmudic Palestine that are at the center of contemporary scholarly debate about the role rabbis played in society. In sharp contrast to recent claims that the rabbis were a relatively small and insular group with little influence, this book demonstrates that their movement was both more expansive and diffuse than a mere counting of named rabbis suggests. It also underscores some of the dynamics that allowed rabbinic circles to spread their teachings and to ultimately consolidate into an effective and productive movement.Many overlooked terms and passages circles are examined in order to broaden our understanding of the following subjects: rabbinic "households," the identity of the â ammei ha-â arez and their relationship to the rabbis, village sages and their connection to urban rabbis, and the venue of rabbinic "teachings," "instructions," "expositions," "pronouncements," and stories.

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    Altertum; Antike; Literaturwissenschaft; Antike (griechisch-römisch) / Rom (Staat, Reich); Römer; Römisches Reich; Rom (Staat, Reich); Talmud; Theologie; Vergleichende Religionswissenschaft; Antike (griechisch-römisch) / Griechenland (Antike); Griechenland (Antike); Hellas; Judentum; Weltreligionen / Judentum

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Autor: Stuart S. Miller
ISBN-13: 9783161485671
ISBN: 316148567X
Einband: Buch
Seiten: 554
Gewicht: 956 g
Format: 238x165x37 mm
Sprache: Deutsch

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Autor: Stuart S. Miller
ISBN-13:: 9783161485671
ISBN: 316148567X
Erscheinungsjahr: 01.01.2006
Verlag: Mohr Siebeck GmbH & Co. K
Gewicht: 956g
Seiten: 554
Sprache: Deutsch
Sonstiges: Buch, 238x165x37 mm, illustrations