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xxii, 411 pages : portrait ; 25 cm.
  • Alan F. Segal : A Life in Perspective / Kimberly B. Stratton
  • Introduction to the Volume / Andrea Lieber
  • Part 1. Two Powers in Heaven (Heavenly Ascent and Angelification) The Self-Glorification Hymn from Qumran / John J. Collins
  • Theosis through Works of the Law : Deification of the Earthly Righteous in Classical Rabbinic Thought / Jonah Chanan Steinberg
  • From the Covenant of the Rainbow to the Covenant at Sinai, from the Pilgrimage to the Temple to the Vision of the Chariot, from the Blessing of the First Fruits to the Priestly Blessing, and from the Tiqqun leil Shavuʻot to the Revelation of the Shekhinah / Rachel Elior
  • Part 2. Rebecca's Children (Jewish Christian Origins) Some Particulars about Universalism / Ellen Birnbaum
  • Imagining Jesus, with Food / Michel Desjardins
  • Antiquity's Children : History and Theology in Three Surveys / Tzvee Zahavy
  • Part 3. Paul the Convert (Conversion, Apostasy, Identity) Giving Up the Godfearers / Ross S. Kraemer
  • Marcion and Boundaries / Stephen G. Wilson
  • The Interpreter as Intertext: Origen's First Homily on the Canticle of Canticles / Celia Deutsch
  • Translation and Transformation : The Coptic Soundscapes of The Thunder : Perfect Mind / Jared C. Calaway
  • Part 4. Life after Death (Death and Treatment of the Dead) Maccabees, Martyrs, Murders, and Masada : Noble Deaths and Suicides in 1 and 2 Maccabees and Josephus / Jonathan Klawans
  • The Lament of the Martyrs and the Literature of Destruction (Rev 6:10) / William Morrow
  • A Rabbinic Translation of Relics / Jeffrey L. Rubenstein
  • Part 5. Sinning in the Hebrew Bible (Morality, Theodicy, Theology) The Golden Rule in Classical Judaism / Jacob Neusner
  • From Theodicy to Anti-theodicy : Midrashic Accusations of God's Disobedience to Biblical Law / Adam Gregerman
  • Appendix: Complete List of Publications.
This volume celebrates the scholarship of Alan Segal. During his prolific career, Alan published ground-breaking studies that shifted scholarly conversations about Christianity, rabbinic Judaism, Hellenism and Gnosticism. Like the subjects of his research, Alan crossed many boundaries. He understood that religions do not operate in academically defined silos, but in complex societies populated by complicated human beings. Alan's work engaged with a variety of social-scientific theories that illuminated ancient sources and enabled him to reveal new angles on familiar material. This interdisciplinary approach enabled Alan to propose often controversial theories about Jewish and Christian origins. A new generation of scholars has been nurtured on this approach and the fields of early Judaism and Christianity emerge radically redefined as a result.
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331 pages : portrait, map ; 24 cm
  • Ḥadirat ha-Ḳabalah le-Teman
  • Hitmodedut ḥakhme Teman ʻim ḥadirat ha-Ḳabalah
  • ha-Limud be-Sefer ha-Zohar
  • Ḳabalah ṿe-shirah be-Teman
  • Maḥloḳet ha-Ḳabalah be-Teman.
  • The introduction of the Kabbalah into Yemen
  • The reaction of Yemen's scholars
  • Studying the Zohar
  • Kabbalah and poetry in Yemen
  • The controversy surrounding the Kabbalh in Yemen.
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545 pages ; 25 cm.
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508 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 28 cm.
  • List of Figures List of Tables Contributors Foreword Abbreviations and Sigla Part I: Overview 1. Acquisition and Ownership History: A Personal Reflection Martin Schoyen II. The Fate of Scrolls and Fragments: A Survey from 1946 to the Present Hanan Eschel III. Texts and Artefacts from the Judaean Desert in the Schoyen Collection: An Overview Torleif Elgvin IV: Material Analysis of the Fragments.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780567113009 20170130
This special edition large format LSTS volume presents, over half of them for the first time, ten biblical and five non-biblical fragments from the Judean Desert. The text features 42 photographs of the fragments. The publication of seven new fragments from the Judean Desert will supplement the Discoveries in the Judean Desert series and bring new material to scholars regarding the full textual situation. Two of the new biblical fragments suggest the preservation of substantial textual variants. The new Aramaic fragment reveals the use of interesting linguistic forms. The book includes a 10 page essay by Martin Schoyen about how he has tracked down and acquired Judean Desert fragments and artifacts since 1994. The collection of images, photographs of the fragments, and scholarly commentary from some of the leading experts in the field gives the reader a comprehensive picture of the artifacts from Qumran. The fragments included are: 4QLeviticusi, 4QSamueld, 4QDeuteronomy, and 4Q Twelve prophets; New (additional) fragments of 4QPsalmsq and 4QExodusc; improved version of XJudges frg 3, 4QJoshuac, 1QDanielb, and 4QJoshuac; Apochryphal fragments - 4QTobita and 1QapocrGenesis; and, Other fragments - 1QSb (Rule of Blessings, reedition), 11QTemplea, and 4QAramaic frg.
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267 pages ; 23 cm
  • 1. Hillel's "Entire Torah" and R. Akiva's "Great principle"
  • 2. Ben Azzai's central principle
  • 3. Paring the Torah's principles
  • 4. In all your ways know him
  • 5. Pleasantness and peace
  • 6. Lovingkindness
  • 7. Lawfulness.
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320 pages ; 21 cm.
  • Segen(2Macc. 1, 206)
  • Gemeindgebet(e) (1Clem. 59, 3; 59, 4-61, 3; 64)
  • Christlich überarbeitete 'Amida für das Shabbat-Musaph-Gebet (Constitutiones Apostolicae 7, 33-38)
  • Fragmente eines jüdischen Gebetsformulars (Pap. Oxy. 2068)
  • Zwei Gebete für den Versöhnungstag (Yom Kippur) (Pap. Egerton 5)
  • Gebetsfragmente
  • Fragment eines Bittgebetes (Pap. Berol. 16356)
  • Fragment eines Gebetbuches (Pap. Oxy, 5128)
  • Monotheistische Gebete
  • Gebets-Sammlung (Pap. Mich. inv. 6427)
  • "Lobpreis des Schöpfergottes" (Fragment einer Anaphora?) (Pap. Berol. 6697)
  • Zitate aus Synagogengebeten bei Kirchenvätern
  • Birkhat ha-Minim (Epiphanios Adv. haer. 29, 9, 2)
  • Zitat aus der 'Amida-Benediktion 'Yerushalayim' (?) (Hieronymus Comm. in Is. 17, 37 in Is. 64, 8-10)
  • Koptische Paraphrase eines hebräischen Gebetes (Shenoute von Atripe Exegetische Homilie XX)
  • Anhang : Hebräische Gebete aus Ägypten und Dura Europos
  • Segen über die Mahlzeit (Piyyut zur Birkat ha-Mazon) (Dura Europos D. Pg. 25)
  • Piyyut zur 'Amida-Benediktion Modim (?) (Pap. Cologne inv. 5.941).
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  • א. אוצר הראשונים
  • ב. באדני בנך
  • ג. כי ישאלך בנך
  • ד. מערכת המכות
  • ה. ליל שימורים
  • ו. ושם נעלה ונראה
  • ז. סידור הפסח כהלכתה
  • ח. מאמרים
  • ט. יתרון דעת
  • י. הידעת.
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320 pages : portrait ; 23 cm.
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Green Library
667, xxxiii pages : portrait ; 25 cm
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xxxiii, 481 pages ; 28 cm.
  • Transkriptionstabelle
  • Abkürzungen und Siglen
  • Handschriften-, Quellen- und Literaturverzeichnis
  • Einleitung
  • Piyyutim von 1096 : Definition und Abgrenzung des Korpus
  • Piyyutim über die Verfolgung von 1096 : die Herausbildung eines Themas
  • Die Motive hinter der Abfassung von Piyyutim zu 1096
  • Die Piyyutim und 1096 : Quellen, Überlieferungen und historische Deutung
  • Polemik
  • Im Piyyut wird Erinnerung konserviert und Bewusstsein fixiert
  • Datumsübersicht zu den Ereignissen der Judenverfolgungen des Jahres 1096
  • Zu dieser Edition
  • Anmerkungen zur Übersetzung
  • Edition, Übersetzung und Kommentar
  • Dawid bi-rabbi Mešullam von Speyer
  • Elohim al domi le-dami (Selihạ) ...
  • Me'ir bar Yitshạq von Worms
  • Mi yodea' yašuv yinnahẹm wa-hạqor (Selihạ) ...
  • Menahẹm bi-rabbi Makhir von Regensburg
  • Evel a'orer aninuth agarer (Qina) ...
  • Ya'aqov bar Ytshạq ha-Lewi
  • Oy li al šivri nahḷa we-gavra makkathi (Qina)...
  • Qalonimos bar Yehuda
  • Mi yitten roši mayim we-'eynay meqor nozlay (Qina) ...
  • Amarti še'u minni amarer (Qina) ...
  • Eth ha-qol qol Ya'aqov nohem (Selihạ) ...
  • Qerathikha ayom mi-ma'amaqqe thehomekha (Zekhor Berith) ...
  • Ez'aq hạmas we-eqra šever (Selihạ) ...
  • Anonymus
  • Hahạrišu wa-adabbera we-ya'avor alay ma (Qina) ...
  • Eli'ezer be-Rabbi Nathan
  • Elohim zedim qamu 'alenu (Selihạ) ...
  • Elohim be-oznenu šama'nu avothenu sipperu lanu (Zulath) ...
  • Eli'eda ha-meyuhạda ašer yihạda Tsurah (Qina) ...
  • Aqonen espeda we-eylila'ale kenesa mehullala (Qina) ...
  • Oy li'al šivri nahḷa makkathi amarti ani (Qina) ...
  • Al hạside Qolonia telakhna benoth Yisra'el le-qonen (Qina) ...
  • Ašur hayya we-nehi niheya 'al hạside Qoloniya (Qina) ...
  • Binyamin bar Hịyya
  • Berith kerutha mi-liškoah ̣(Selihạ) ...
  • Šemu'el bar Yehuda
  • Elohay eqra'akha be-mahạšev (Zulath) ...
  • Efrayim bar Yitshạq von Regensburg
  • Ani ani ha-medabber we-qirbi mištabber (Selihạ) ...
  • Yo'el bar Yitshạq ha-Lewi
  • Yivkayun mar mal'akhe šalom we-avoth šelišiyya (Qina) ...
  • Elohim yir'e lo se fzura we-yosha' (Selihạ) ...
  • (Avraham ?)
  • Adabbera be-tsar ruhị bi-fhe mi'ut ̣qehali (Selihạ) ...
  • Anonymus
  • Adonay adonim qašim be'aluni u-videhem utstsarti (Selihạ) ...
  • Eli 'ezer bar Yo'el ha-Lewi von Bonn
  • Hereg rav we-yom tạvoah ̣be-TaTNU nigzera gezera (Zulath)
  • Menahẹm bar Ya'aqov von Worms
  • Asim libbi lispod biglal (Qina) ...
  • Eykhakha rahạmekha hith'appequ panekha lehastira (Selihạ) ...
  • Glossar
  • Register
  • Personenregister
  • Ortsregister
  • Stellenregister zu den bei Haverkamp, Hebräische Berichte edierten Chroniken.
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  • [1:1] Bereshit - Toldot
  • [1:2] Bereshit - Ṿa-yetse, Ṿa-yeḥi
  • [5:1] Devarim - Shofṭim-- [5:2] Ki-tetze - Berakhah.
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  • Introduction 1. T-S G1.78: Natronai's Hundred Blessings 2. T-S NS 123.12: Preliminary Readings and Prayers 3. T-S H18.4: Poetic 'Amida 4. Or.1080 3.2: 'Amida with Strong Emotions 5. Add.3160.2: Evening Prayer and Bibliographical Crux 6. T-S NS 123.92: Weekday and Shabbat Eves Compared 7. T-S 8H16.23: Differences on Friday Evenings 8. T-S NS 299.150: Polemical Reading against Karaites 9. Add.3159.4: Shabbat Beginnings and Endings 10. T-S 6H6.6: folio 4: Qaddish in Strange Form 11. T-S NS 235.171: Musaf for Rosh Hodesh 12. Add.3160.9: Rosh Hodesh to Rosh Ha-Shana 13. T-S 10H3.4 and T-S NS 235.157a & 157b: Prayers for Rosh Hodesh and Musaf for Rosh Ha-Shana 14. T-S 8H23.2: Prayers for Rosh Ha-Shana 15. T-S H8.79: Verses and Musaf for Rosh Ha-Shana 16. T-S NS 155.1: Ways to Start Yom Kippur 17. T-S 10H4.1: Shemini 'Aseret's Own Rite 18. T-S H2.124: Special Qiddush for Pesah 19. T-S H2.152: Ma Nishtana in Five 20. Add.3159.13: Haggada before Meal 21. T-S 8H24.3: Prayers for Pesah 22. T-S NS 89.36: Additions for Hanukka 23. T-S NS 196.66: Haftara Blessings 24. Or.1080 15.4 & T-S AS 110.359: Unusual Grace 25. T-S NS 123.31: Instructions in Aramaic List of Works Cited and Abbreviations Indexes Sources Names Subjects.
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Jewish Prayer Texts from the Cairo Genizah, which sets a new tone for future studies, consists of a selection of transcribed and translated Genizah fragments that contain some of the earliest known texts of rabbinic prayers. Reif describes in detail the physical makeup of each manuscript and assesses the manner in which the scribe has tackled the matter of recording a preferred version. He then places the prayer texts included in the manuscript within the context of Jewish liturgical history, explaining the degree to which they were innovative and whether they established precedents to be followed in later prayer-books. He offers specialists and more general readers a fresh understanding of the historical, theological, linguistic, and social factors that may have motivated adjustments to their liturgical formulations.
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