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Halachic sources : from the beginning to the ninth century
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Year: 1969 Volume: 8 Publisher: Leiden : Brill,

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Halachic sources : From the beginning to the ninth century
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Year: 1969 Publisher: Leiden : Brill,

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Bibliographie sélective au profit de létude du Targum,.
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Year: 1972 Publisher: Bruxelles : Institutum iudaicum, drève de Nivelles, 95,

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Rabbinic body language : non-verbal communication in Palestinian rabbinic literature of late antiquity
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ISBN: 9789004339064 900433906X Year: 2017 Publisher: Leiden ; Boston : Brill.

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This study constitutes the first comprehensive examination of rabbinic body language represented in Palestinian rabbinic sources of late antiquity. Catherine Hezser examines rabbis’ appearance and demeanor, spatial movement, gestures, and facial expressions on the basis of literary and social-anthropological methods and theories. She discusses the various forms of rabbis’ non-verbal communication in the context of Graeco-Roman and ancient Christian literary sources and in connection with the material culture of Roman and early Byzantine Palestine. Catherine Hezser convincingly shows that in rabbinic literature body language serves as an important means of rabbis’ self-fashioning. Rabbinic texts create the image of a particularly Jewish type of intellectual who functioned and competed for adherents within the highly visual and body-conscious environment of late antiquity.


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Rabbinic tales of destruction
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ISBN: 9780190600471 0190600470 9780190600488 9780190600495 9780190853259 Year: 2017 Publisher: New York, NY Oxford University Press

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Rabbinic traditions between Palestine and Babylonia
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ISBN: 9004277315 Year: 2014 Publisher: Leiden ; Boston : Brill,

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In this book various authors explore how rabbinic traditions that were formulated in the Land of Israel migrated to Jewish study houses in Babylonia. The authors demonstrate how the new location and the unique literary character of the Babylonian Talmud combine to create new and surprising texts out of the old ones. Some authors concentrate on inner rabbinic social structures that influence the changes the traditions underwent. Others show the influence of the host culture on the metamorphosis of the traditions. The result is a complex study of cultural processes, as shaped by a unique historical moment.


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Justice in the city
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ISBN: 9781936235643 1936235641 Year: 2012 Publisher: Brighton : Academic Studies,

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A mirror of rabbinic hermeneutics : studies in religion, magic and language theory in ancient Judaism
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ISSN: 05855306 ISBN: 9783110368376 Year: 2015 Volume: 82 Publisher: Berlin : de Gruyter,

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Rabbinic hermeneutics in ancient Judaism reflects this multifaceted world of the text and of reality, seen as a world of reference worth commentary. As a mirror, it includes this world but perhaps also falsifies reality, adapting it to one's own aims and necessities. This book explores the rabbinic concern with texts as the main area of influence of the rabbinic academy in a space between the texts of the past and the real world of the present


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Rabbis, language and translation in late antiquity
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ISBN: 1139892118 1107461065 1107472032 1139206966 1107464927 1107468418 1107473055 Year: 2013 Publisher: Cambridge, United Kingdom : Cambridge University Press,

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Comprehensive discussion of how languages and translations were perceived and practised in the multilingual Jewish societies of Late Antiquity.


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Early rabbinic writings
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ISBN: 0511607601 Year: 1988 Publisher: Cambridge [England] ; New York : Cambridge University Press,

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Rabbinic texts are often cited in New Testament and Old Testament studies, but hitherto there has been no easy way for a student to grasp the scope and variety of the relevant rabbinic writings. This book introduces the student to the full range of the early rabbinic writings, with a thorough introduction and notes, so that both a bird's eye view of the literature as well as close aquaintance with typical and important texts can be obtained. This will enable the reader to embark on further study with a clearer orientation. The book also aims to correct many mistaken views about rabbinic Judaism arising from outdated conceptions of the relation between Christianity and Judaism.

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