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From the rivers of Babylon to the highlands of Judah : collected studies on the Restoration period / Sara Japhet.

By: Japhet, Sara.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Winona Lake, Ind. : Eisenbrauns, 2006Description: ix, 469 p. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 157506121X; 9781575061214.Subject(s): Bible O.T Chronicles -- Criticism, interpretation, etc | Bible O.T Ezra -- Criticism, interpretation, etc | Bible O.T Nehemiah -- Criticism, interpretation, etc | Jews -- History -- 586 B.C.-70 A.D -- Historiography | Judaism -- History -- Post-exilic period, 586 B.C.-210 A.D -- Historiography
Contents:
The supposed common authorship of Chronicles and Ezra/Nehemiah investigated anew -- Conquest and settlement in Chronicles -- Sheshbazzar and Zerubbabel against the background of the historical and religious tendencies of Ezra-Nehemiah : part 1 -- Sheshbazzar and Zerubbabel against the background of the historical and religious tendencies of Ezra-Nehemiah : part 2 -- People and land in the Restoration period -- The historical reliability of Chronicles : the history of the problem and its place in biblical research -- Law and "the law" in Ezra-Nehemiah -- "History" and "literature" in the Persian period : the restoration of the Temple -- The relationship between Chronicles and Ezra-Nehemiah -- The Temple in the Restoration period : reality and ideology -- The Israelite legal and social reality as reflected in Chronicles : a case study -- Composition and chronology in the book of Ezra-Nehemiah -- The prohibition of the habitation of women : the Temple scroll's attitude toward sexual impurity and its biblical precedents -- The distribution of the priestly gifts according to a document of the Second Temple period -- Postexilic historiography : how and why? -- Exile and restoration in the Book of Chronicles -- Can the Persian period bear the burden? : reflections on the origins of biblical history -- Periodization between history and ideology : the neo-Babylonian period in biblical historiography -- Theodicy in Ezra-Nehemiah and Chronicles -- Chronicles : a history -- Periodization between history and ideology II : chronology and ideology in Ezra-Nehemiah -- The concept of the "remnant" in the Restoration period : on the vocabulary of self-definition.
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Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

The supposed common authorship of Chronicles and Ezra/Nehemiah investigated anew -- Conquest and settlement in Chronicles -- Sheshbazzar and Zerubbabel against the background of the historical and religious tendencies of Ezra-Nehemiah : part 1 -- Sheshbazzar and Zerubbabel against the background of the historical and religious tendencies of Ezra-Nehemiah : part 2 -- People and land in the Restoration period -- The historical reliability of Chronicles : the history of the problem and its place in biblical research -- Law and "the law" in Ezra-Nehemiah -- "History" and "literature" in the Persian period : the restoration of the Temple -- The relationship between Chronicles and Ezra-Nehemiah -- The Temple in the Restoration period : reality and ideology -- The Israelite legal and social reality as reflected in Chronicles : a case study -- Composition and chronology in the book of Ezra-Nehemiah -- The prohibition of the habitation of women : the Temple scroll's attitude toward sexual impurity and its biblical precedents -- The distribution of the priestly gifts according to a document of the Second Temple period -- Postexilic historiography : how and why? -- Exile and restoration in the Book of Chronicles -- Can the Persian period bear the burden? : reflections on the origins of biblical history -- Periodization between history and ideology : the neo-Babylonian period in biblical historiography -- Theodicy in Ezra-Nehemiah and Chronicles -- Chronicles : a history -- Periodization between history and ideology II : chronology and ideology in Ezra-Nehemiah -- The concept of the "remnant" in the Restoration period : on the vocabulary of self-definition.

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