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Power and Politics in Palestine : The Jews and the Governing of Their Land, 100 BC-AD 70

By: McLaren, James S.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.The Library of New Testament Studies: Publisher: London : Bloomsbury Publishing, 2015Description: 1 online resource (248 p.).ISBN: 9780567162113.Subject(s): Bible. N.T. -- History of contemporary events | Jews -- Civilization -- To 70 A.D | Jews -- History -- To 70 A.D | Jews -- Politics and government -- To 70 A.D | Judaism -- History -- To 70 A.DGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Power and Politics in Palestine : The Jews and the Governing of Their Land, 100 BC-AD 70DDC classification: 933.05 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover -- Contents -- Acknowledgments -- Abbreviations -- Chapter 1 INTRODUCTION -- 1. Survey of Main Scholarship -- 2. Outline of the Approach Taken in this Study -- 3. Comments regarding the Sources Used -- Chapter 2 HASMONAEAN RULE: 100 BC-40 BC -- 1. Trouble under Alexander Jannaeus -- 2. Affairs of State under Salome Alexandra -- 3. The Trial of Herod -- Chapter 3 DIRECT ROMAN RULE: AD 6-41 -- 1. Samaritan Intrusion into the Temple -- 2. Two Protests under Pilate's Prefectship -- 3. The Trial of Jesus -- 4. First Hearing against Peter and John -- 5. Second Hearing against Peter and John
6. The Trial of Stephen -- 7. The Statue of Gaius -- Chapter 4 THE RETURN OF DIRECT ROMAN RULE: AD 44-65 -- 1. Petition over the High Priests' Robes -- 2. Dispute between Galilaeans and Samaritans -- 3. The Trial of Paul -- 4. Petition regarding the Temple Wall -- 5. The Trial of James and Several Other Men -- 6. The Influence of Ananias -- Chapter 5 OPEN REBELLION AGAINST ROME: AD 66-70 -- 1. Trouble between the Jews and Greeks in Caesarea -- 2. Florus in Jerusalem -- 3. Cessation of Sacrifices Offered for Foreigners -- 4. Events in Jerusalem during the Revolt
5. Revolt of Tiberias against Josephus -- Chapter 6 SYNTHESIS -- CONCLUSION -- Bibliography -- Index of References -- Index of Authors -- A -- B -- C -- D -- E -- F -- G -- H -- J -- K -- L -- M -- N -- O -- P -- R -- S -- T -- U -- W -- Y -- Z
Summary: A historical examination of the administration in Palestine between 100 BC and AD 70. Detailed case studies of such sources as Josephus, the New Testament and Philo establish who was actually involved in the decision-making process and political manoeuvering. The main issues addressed include: whether there was a system of Jewish government, and whether it included a permanent institution, the Sanhedrin; whether there is evidence that political and religious affairs were separated; whether the Jews were able to convict and execute people under Roman rule; what roles, if any, were played by ind
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Cover -- Contents -- Acknowledgments -- Abbreviations -- Chapter 1 INTRODUCTION -- 1. Survey of Main Scholarship -- 2. Outline of the Approach Taken in this Study -- 3. Comments regarding the Sources Used -- Chapter 2 HASMONAEAN RULE: 100 BC-40 BC -- 1. Trouble under Alexander Jannaeus -- 2. Affairs of State under Salome Alexandra -- 3. The Trial of Herod -- Chapter 3 DIRECT ROMAN RULE: AD 6-41 -- 1. Samaritan Intrusion into the Temple -- 2. Two Protests under Pilate's Prefectship -- 3. The Trial of Jesus -- 4. First Hearing against Peter and John -- 5. Second Hearing against Peter and John

6. The Trial of Stephen -- 7. The Statue of Gaius -- Chapter 4 THE RETURN OF DIRECT ROMAN RULE: AD 44-65 -- 1. Petition over the High Priests' Robes -- 2. Dispute between Galilaeans and Samaritans -- 3. The Trial of Paul -- 4. Petition regarding the Temple Wall -- 5. The Trial of James and Several Other Men -- 6. The Influence of Ananias -- Chapter 5 OPEN REBELLION AGAINST ROME: AD 66-70 -- 1. Trouble between the Jews and Greeks in Caesarea -- 2. Florus in Jerusalem -- 3. Cessation of Sacrifices Offered for Foreigners -- 4. Events in Jerusalem during the Revolt

5. Revolt of Tiberias against Josephus -- Chapter 6 SYNTHESIS -- CONCLUSION -- Bibliography -- Index of References -- Index of Authors -- A -- B -- C -- D -- E -- F -- G -- H -- J -- K -- L -- M -- N -- O -- P -- R -- S -- T -- U -- W -- Y -- Z

A historical examination of the administration in Palestine between 100 BC and AD 70. Detailed case studies of such sources as Josephus, the New Testament and Philo establish who was actually involved in the decision-making process and political manoeuvering. The main issues addressed include: whether there was a system of Jewish government, and whether it included a permanent institution, the Sanhedrin; whether there is evidence that political and religious affairs were separated; whether the Jews were able to convict and execute people under Roman rule; what roles, if any, were played by ind

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