Allegro's study of the ancient history of the Jews extends from the 6th century . the fall of Jerusalem to the Babylonian army) to the Zealot revolt of 132 . and the dispersion of the Jews
Allegro's study of the ancient history of the Jews extends from the 6th century . and the dispersion of the Jews. His purpose is not to present a simple narrative, but to trace the historical development of the character of the Jews of the period with its emphasis on ruthless self-assertion-a development which culminated, during the reign of Hadrian, in the tragedy of the Diaspora. THE CHOSEN PEOPLE: A Study of Jewish History from the Time of the Exile until the Revolt of Bar Kocheba.
The Chosen People tells the history of the Jews from the conquest of Jersualem by Nebuchadnezzar of Babylon in 587 . to the Second Jewish Revolt of . . His main theme is how the conception of the Jewish nation as a divinely chosen race was planted as a political ambition among the exiled Jews.
Release Date:January 1971. Publisher:DOUBLEDAY & COMPANY, INC.
The Chosen People: A Study of Jewish History from the Time of the Exile until the Revolt of Bar Kocheba (1971) is a book by John Marco Allegro. Published in London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1971 and in Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1971. Reprinted in London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1972; Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1972; St. Albans, Hertfordshire, Britain: Panther, 1973.
a study of Jewish history from the time of the exile until the revolt of Bar Kocheba, sixth century . to second century . by John Marco Allegro. Published 1972 by Doubleday in Garden City, . There's no description for this book yet.
The Chosen People tells the history.
The Jewish people during that time were split into four factions: the Pharisees, Sadducees, Sicarii and . All opinions agree with the identities of the first three exiles, as they are clearly inferred from the book of Daniel.
The Jewish people during that time were split into four factions: the Pharisees, Sadducees, Sicarii and Zealots. Some of these groups began rebelling against the mighty empire. 17 The controversy revolves around the identity of the fourth and final exile, which is referred to as Edom. All the sages agree that the word Edom typically refers to the Romans. 18 However, there are certain prophecies in which the word Edom is used, not necessarily in reference to Rome, but in reference to other nations, such as in Daniel’s prophecy. Full description.
John M. Allegro, The Chosen People:A Study ofJewish History from the Time . Allegro, The Chosen People, p. 295; and Alexander Fuks, Aspects of the Jewish Revolt in . 115–117, Journal of Roman Studies, Vol. 51, No. 1/2 (1961), pp. 98–104. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Allegro, The Chosen People:A Study ofJewish History from the Time of the Exile until the Revolt of Bar Kocheba, Sixth Century . to Second Century A. D. (Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1972), p. 84Google Scholar. Shimon Applebaum, The Zealots: The Case for Revaluation, Journal of Roman Studies. 61 (1971), p. 16. rossRefGoogle Scholar.
Author: John Marco Allegro
Category: Spirituality and spirituality
Publisher: HarperCollins Distribution Services; New edition edition (January 25, 1973)
Pages: 304 pages
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