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A history of the Jewish people, Volume II, During the Maccabean and Roman periods, James Stevenson Riggs

Label
A history of the Jewish people, Volume II, During the Maccabean and Roman periods
Title
A history of the Jewish people
Title number
Volume II
Title part
During the Maccabean and Roman periods
Statement of responsibility
James Stevenson Riggs
Title variation
During the Maccabean and Roman periods
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
First published in 2007. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company
Member of
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1853-1936
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Riggs, James Stevenson
Dewey number
933'.03
Illustrations
  • maps
  • plans
  • genealogical tables
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
Series statement
Kegan Paul library of Jewish studies
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Jews
Label
A history of the Jewish people, Volume II, During the Maccabean and Roman periods, James Stevenson Riggs
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Originally published under the title: History of the Jewish people during the Maccabean and Roman periods (including New Testament times). New York : Scribner, 1900
  • Companion vol. to: A history of the Jewish people. Vol. 1, From the Babylonian, Persian, and Greek periods / Charles Foster Kent
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 303-308) and indexes
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Cover; A HISTORY OF THE JEWISH PEOPLE: Volume II: During the Maccabean and Roman Periods; Copyright; PREFACE; CONTENTS; PART I THE MACCABEAN PERIOD OF JEWISH HISTORY; I THE HISTORICAL SOURCES AND LITERATURE OF THE PERIOD; 1. Limits of the period; 2. Sources of information; 3. The First Book of Maccabees; 4. The Second Book of Maccabees; 5. The Jewish War and Antiquities of Josephus; 6. The Book of Daniel and the Book of Enoch; 7. The main literary interest of Alexandrian Judaism; 8. The beginnings of philosophic harmonization in Alexandria; 9. The Book of Wisdom; 10. The Sibylline Oracles
  • II THE CAUSES AND OCCASION OF THE MACCABEAN UPRISING11. The spiritual forces in conflict; 12. Hellenism in Judea; 13. The uncompromising spirit of Judaism; 14. The increasing antagonism of Judaism to Hellenism; 15. Antiochus Epiphanes and the high-priesthood; 16. The treachery of Menelaus; 17. Jason's venture and its terrible issue in Jerusalem; 18. The Romans meet Antiochus in Egypt; 19. The disastrous result of that meeting to the Jews; 20. Jerusalem's destruction and the flight of many of its citizens; 21. The time of sifting; the impulse toward expanding the canon of Scripture
  • 22. The faith that would not swerve23. The fidelity of Mattathias in Modein; 24. The uplifting of the standard of Judaism; 25. The beginning of the struggle; 26. The company of the Hasideans and the death of Mattathias; III THE SUCCESSFUL STRUGGLE FOR RELIGIOUS FREEDOM; 27. The sons of Mattathias; 28. The victories of Judas over Apollonius and Seron; 29. The army under Nicanor, Ptolemy, and Gorgias that was to root out the Jews; 30. Its double discomfiture; 31. The battle of Bethsur; 32. The restoration and rededication of the temple; 33. Judaism takes fresh courage
  • It guards anew the temple and inquires after its sacred writings34. Judas devotes attention to neighboring hostile peoples; 35. The successful campaigns in Galilee and across the Jordan; 36. The unfortunate attempt of Joseph and Azarias; 37. The death of Antiochus Epiphanes; 38. The ensuing rivalries in the Syrian court; 39. The battle of Bethzacharias; 40. The second part of the Book of Enoch; 41. Judaism's dark hour; 42. Unexpected deliverance and complete religious freedom; 43. The situation in Judea; IV THE LONG CONTEST FOR POLITICAL FREEDOM; 44. The new reason for conflict
  • The high-priest Alcimus45. Startling changes in the Syrian court; 46. Bacchides installs Alcimus, and the Hasideans suffer; 47. The mischievous activity of Alcimus; 48. The battle of Capharsalama; 49. The victory of Adasa and ""Nicanor's Day.""; 50. Judas appeals to Rome; 51. An alliance formed and Syria warned; 52. The defeat and death of Judas; 53. The Hellenists triumph for a while; Jonathan chosen leader of the nation; 54. Jonathan repulses Bacchides; 55. Alcimus again shows his Hellenistic aims; 56. The Hellenists conspire against Jonathan, who affects an alliance with Bacchides
Control code
ocn860908029
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xxi, 320 pages)
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781135780203
Level of compression
unknown
Note
Taylor & Francis
Other physical details
maps, genealogical tables, plan
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)860908029
Label
A history of the Jewish people, Volume II, During the Maccabean and Roman periods, James Stevenson Riggs
Publication
Note
  • Originally published under the title: History of the Jewish people during the Maccabean and Roman periods (including New Testament times). New York : Scribner, 1900
  • Companion vol. to: A history of the Jewish people. Vol. 1, From the Babylonian, Persian, and Greek periods / Charles Foster Kent
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 303-308) and indexes
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Cover; A HISTORY OF THE JEWISH PEOPLE: Volume II: During the Maccabean and Roman Periods; Copyright; PREFACE; CONTENTS; PART I THE MACCABEAN PERIOD OF JEWISH HISTORY; I THE HISTORICAL SOURCES AND LITERATURE OF THE PERIOD; 1. Limits of the period; 2. Sources of information; 3. The First Book of Maccabees; 4. The Second Book of Maccabees; 5. The Jewish War and Antiquities of Josephus; 6. The Book of Daniel and the Book of Enoch; 7. The main literary interest of Alexandrian Judaism; 8. The beginnings of philosophic harmonization in Alexandria; 9. The Book of Wisdom; 10. The Sibylline Oracles
  • II THE CAUSES AND OCCASION OF THE MACCABEAN UPRISING11. The spiritual forces in conflict; 12. Hellenism in Judea; 13. The uncompromising spirit of Judaism; 14. The increasing antagonism of Judaism to Hellenism; 15. Antiochus Epiphanes and the high-priesthood; 16. The treachery of Menelaus; 17. Jason's venture and its terrible issue in Jerusalem; 18. The Romans meet Antiochus in Egypt; 19. The disastrous result of that meeting to the Jews; 20. Jerusalem's destruction and the flight of many of its citizens; 21. The time of sifting; the impulse toward expanding the canon of Scripture
  • 22. The faith that would not swerve23. The fidelity of Mattathias in Modein; 24. The uplifting of the standard of Judaism; 25. The beginning of the struggle; 26. The company of the Hasideans and the death of Mattathias; III THE SUCCESSFUL STRUGGLE FOR RELIGIOUS FREEDOM; 27. The sons of Mattathias; 28. The victories of Judas over Apollonius and Seron; 29. The army under Nicanor, Ptolemy, and Gorgias that was to root out the Jews; 30. Its double discomfiture; 31. The battle of Bethsur; 32. The restoration and rededication of the temple; 33. Judaism takes fresh courage
  • It guards anew the temple and inquires after its sacred writings34. Judas devotes attention to neighboring hostile peoples; 35. The successful campaigns in Galilee and across the Jordan; 36. The unfortunate attempt of Joseph and Azarias; 37. The death of Antiochus Epiphanes; 38. The ensuing rivalries in the Syrian court; 39. The battle of Bethzacharias; 40. The second part of the Book of Enoch; 41. Judaism's dark hour; 42. Unexpected deliverance and complete religious freedom; 43. The situation in Judea; IV THE LONG CONTEST FOR POLITICAL FREEDOM; 44. The new reason for conflict
  • The high-priest Alcimus45. Startling changes in the Syrian court; 46. Bacchides installs Alcimus, and the Hasideans suffer; 47. The mischievous activity of Alcimus; 48. The battle of Capharsalama; 49. The victory of Adasa and ""Nicanor's Day.""; 50. Judas appeals to Rome; 51. An alliance formed and Syria warned; 52. The defeat and death of Judas; 53. The Hellenists triumph for a while; Jonathan chosen leader of the nation; 54. Jonathan repulses Bacchides; 55. Alcimus again shows his Hellenistic aims; 56. The Hellenists conspire against Jonathan, who affects an alliance with Bacchides
Control code
ocn860908029
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xxi, 320 pages)
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781135780203
Level of compression
unknown
Note
Taylor & Francis
Other physical details
maps, genealogical tables, plan
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)860908029

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