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emergence of Yehud in the Persian Period

a social and demographic study

by Charles E. Carter

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Published by Sheffield Academic Press in Sheffield, England .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Yehud (Persian province)
    • Subjects:
    • Jews -- History -- 586 B.C.-70 A.D.,
    • Excavations (Archaeology) -- Yehud (Persian province),
    • Yehud (Persian province)

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 350-372) and index.

      StatementCharles E. Carter.
      SeriesJournal for the study of the Old Testament., 294
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDS121 .C33 1999
      The Physical Object
      Pagination186 p. :
      Number of Pages186
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL123662M
      ISBN 101841270121
      LC Control Number99491962

      Oswald und K. Overlooking the Temple, it would provide the king and high priest an observation point into events there within. In the early years of the 6th century, despite the strong remonstrances of the prophet Jeremiah and others, King Jehoiakim revolted against Nebuchadrezzar. Yasur-Landau — E.

      Gerstenberger, E. The Book of Jeremiah reports that a total of were exiled to Babylon. Translated from German by D. Leuven: Peeters. Amzallag, N.

      The editor s of these two books had two choices: they could have named the Persian king as the temple-builder, as the author of 2 Isaiah did in hopeful anticipation of a change for the better in Yehud with the change of imperial regime under Cyrus. Leith, M. From there he built a series of fortresses and governed a large portion of the caravan routes throughout Arabia. During the First Temple period figural art was frequently used, such as the cherubim over the Ark of the Covenantthe twelve oxen that supported the giant laver in front of Solomon 's Temple, etc. Instead, it seemed to be a revolution in lifestyle. Turning Jerusalem into a Polis, therefore, further enhanced the status of the wealthy Hellenized elite, successors of the assimilated elites hostile to Ezra and Nehemiah.


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Emergence of Yehud in the Persian Period book

Willi, T. Indeed, Jewish Jerusalem was united in its hatred of King Herod. Khatchadourian, L. Becking — M.

One final note: Nehemiah says the tombs of the kings of Judah are situated alongside a massive stepped structure, at the end of the section of wall built by Nehemiah, son of Azbuk. The base of only one tower survives, identified as either the Hyppicus or the Phasael. Miller — E. Demsky, A.

They came from all corners of the empire, bringing with them the latest news and innovations, conducting both retail and wholesale trade and providing a living for large segments of the local population. The wall stretched from the Tower of Hippicus near the site of the modern Tower of David eastward toward the Temple Mount, and south to the Southwestern Hill modern Mount Ziona misnomer [35]then east to the Pool of Siloamand finally north, meeting the wall of the Temple Mount.

In Babylon, the people were tired of internal conflict and the hated policies of Nabonidus, so Cyrus was welcomed as a liberator. Torahor ritual law, was also important, and the Temple priests were responsible for teaching it, but the concept of scripture developed only slowly.

Pompey decided to side with Hyrcanus and his adviser Antipaterand Aristobulus and his followers barricaded themselves in the Temple Mount.

Bremer, J. Archaeologist and Bible minimalist Prof. The Israelite ethnic identity had originated, not from the Exodus and a subsequent conquestbut from a transformation of the existing Canaanite-Philistine cultures.

Finkelstein, I. Unsok ed. To the Emperor JulianChristianity was simply an apostasy from Judaism. Mimouni, S. The economic welfare and the widespread Jewish hostility towards Herod allowed internecine warfare between the Pharisees and Sadducees to subside.

Returning to Rebuild the Temple Ezra Ben Zvi — G. The tower and wall were not masterpieces of engineering.

The Persian Period in Israel and Judah

The other notable structure researchers have been trying to locate is the Hasmonean Palace.Dec 01,  · The Emergence of Yehud in the Persian Period: A Social and Demographic Study by Charles E. Carter. Jerusalem during the Second Temple period describes the history of the city from the return to Zion under Cyrus the Great to the 70 CE siege of Jerusalem by Titus during the First Jewish–Roman War, which saw both region and city change hands several times.

It was the center of religious life for all Jews, even those who lived in the diaspora prayed towards Jerusalem on a daily basis and made. Yehud had been a province of the Neo-Babylonian Empire since the suppression of the Judean rebellion in /6 BCE.

It first existed as a Jewish administrative division of the Neo-Babylonian Empire under Gedaliah, though it quickly became depopulated after his Capital: Jerusalem.

The emergence of Yehud in the Persian period: a social and demographic study. [C E Carter] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library.

Create. The Concept of Exile in Ancient Israel and its Historical Contexts Edited by their associated metanarratives in the pre‐late‐Persian period required, E.

The Emergence of Yehud in the Persian Period: A Social and Demographic Study

Carter, The Emergence of Yehud in the Persian Period: A Social and Demographic Study. The Emergence of Yehud in the Persian Period: A Social and Demographic Study (JSOTS ) by Charles E.

Carter. In this book Charles Carter provides an excellent resource for students of the Persian Period in Judah and the literary works produced in this era (Ezra–Nehemiah, Chronicles, Haggai, Zechariah, Malachi, etc.).

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