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The house of the god who dwells in Jerusalem.(Temple Restoration in Early Achaemenid Judah)(Priester und Leviten im Achamenidischen Juda)(Book review)

Fried, Lisbeth S.

The Journal of the American Oriental Society, Jan-March, 2006, Vol.126(1), p.89(14) [Periódico revisado por pares]

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  • Título:
    The house of the god who dwells in Jerusalem.(Temple Restoration in Early Achaemenid Judah)(Priester und Leviten im Achamenidischen Juda)(Book review)
  • Autor: Fried, Lisbeth S.
  • Assuntos: Bedford, Peter R. ; Schaper, Joachim
  • É parte de: The Journal of the American Oriental Society, Jan-March, 2006, Vol.126(1), p.89(14)
  • Descrição: THE POOR OF THE LAND Bedford (pp. 43-45) and Schaper (p. 162) agree that the royal court, the residents of Jerusalem, the Jewish nobility, and the 'am ha'aretz (the landed aristocracy) were deported to Babylon at the time of the conquest. Avraham Faust (2001; 2003; in press; Greenhut 1994) has tested the hypothesis that habitation continued in rural areas in and around the modern city of Jerusalem during the Babylonian period.
  • Idioma: English

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