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Judah and the Judeans in the Achaemenid Period

Judah and the Judeans in the Achaemenid Period

Negotiating Identity in an International Context

by Manfred OemingGary N. Knoppers and Oded Lipschits

Hardback Publication Date: 30/06/2011

  $146.00

In April, 2008, an international colloquium was held at the University of Heidelberg--the fourth convocation of a group of scholars (with some rotating members) who gathered to discuss the status of Judah and the Judeans in the exilic and postexilic periods. The goal of this gathering was specifically to address the question of national identity in the period when many now believe this very issue was in significant foment and development, the era of the Persian/Achaemenid domination of the ancient Near East.

This volume contains most of the papers delivered at the Heidelberg conference, considering the matter under two rubrics: (1) the biblical evidence (and the diversity of data from the Bible); and (2) the cultural, historical, social, and environmental factors affecting the formation of national identity.

Contributors: K. Schmid, J. Schaper, A. C. Hagedorn, C. Nihan, J. Middlemas, D. Rom-Shiloni, J. Wöhrle, Y. Dor, K. Southwood, D. N. Fulton, P.-A. Beaulieu, L. E. Pearce, D. Redford, A. Lemaire, J. F. Quack, B. Becking, R. G. Kratz, O. Tal, J. Blenkinsopp, R. Albertz, J. L. Wright, D. S. Vanderhooft, M. Oeming, and A. Kloner.

Earlier volumes in the series of conferences are: Judah and the Judeans in the Neo-Babylonian Period, Judah and the Judeans in the Persian Period, and Judah and the Judeans in the in the Fourth Century B.C.E.

ISBN:
9781575061979
9781575061979
Category:
Judaism
Format:
Hardback
Publication Date:
30-06-2011
Language:
English
Publisher:
Pennsylvania State University Press
Country of origin:
United States
Dimensions (mm):
228.6x152.4x38.1mm
Weight:
1.22kg

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