Autor: Jonathan Stökl
ISBN-13: 9783110417005
Einband: Buch
Seiten: 371
Gewicht: 652 g
Format: 233x156x27 mm
Sprache: Englisch

Exile and Return

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The Babylonian Context
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Many books of the Hebrew Bible were either composed in some form or edited during the Exilic and post-Exilic periods among a community that was to identify itself as returning from Babylonian captivity. At the same time, a dearth of contemporary written evidence from Judah/Yehud and its environs renders any particular understanding of the process within its social, cultural and political context virtually impossible. This has led some to label the period a dark age or black box - as obscure as it is essential for understanding the history of Judaism. In recent years, however, archaeologists and historians have stepped up their effort to look for and study material remains from the period and integrate the local history of Yehud, the return from Exile, and the restoration of Jerusalem's temple more firmly within the regional, and indeed global, developments of the time. At the same time, Assyriologists have also been introducing a wide range of cuneiform material that illuminates the economy, literary traditions, practices of literacy and the ideologies of the Babylonian host society - factors that affected those taken into Exile in variable, changing and multiple ways. This volume of essays seeks to exploit these various advances.
Editiert von: Jonathan Stökl, Caroline Waerzeggers
Jonathan Stökl, King's College London, UK; Caroline Waerzeggers, Leiden University, Netherlands.
Autor: Jonathan Stökl
ISBN-13 :: 9783110417005
ISBN: 3110417006
Erscheinungsjahr: 01.08.2015
Verlag: Gruyter, Walter de GmbH
Gewicht: 652g
Seiten: 371
Sprache: Englisch
Sonstiges: Buch, 233x156x27 mm, 1 Schwarz-Weiß- Abbildungen