Judah and the Judeans in the Persian Period

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Oded Lipschitz, Manfred Oeming
Eisenbrauns, 2006 - 721
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In July 2003, a conference was held at the University of Heidelberg (Germany), focusing on the people and land of Judah during the 5th and early 4th centuries B.C.E.-- the period when the Persian Empire held sway over the entire ancient Near East. This volume publishes the papers of the participants in the working group that attended the Heidelberg conference.

Participants whose contributions appear here include: Y. Amit, B. Becking, J. Berquist, J. Blenkinsopp, M. Dandamayev, D. Edelman, T. Eskenazi, A. Fantalkin and O. Tal, L. Fried, L. Grabbe, S. Japhet, J. Kessler, E. A. Knauf, G. Knoppers, R. Kratz, A. Lemaire, O. Lipschits, H. Liss, M. Oeming, L. Pearce, F. Polak, B. Porten and A. Yardeni, E. Stern, D. Ussishkin, D. Vanderhooft, and J. Wright.

The conference was the second of three meetings; the first, held at Tel Aviv in May 2001, was published as Judah and the Judeans in the Neo-Babylonian Period by Eisenbrauns in 2003. A third conference focusing on Judah and the Judeans in the Hellenistic era was held in the summer of 2005, at Münster, Germany, and will also be published by Eisenbrauns.


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We All Returned as One Critical Notes on the Myth of the Mass Return
Achaemenid Imperial Policy Settlement Processes in Palestine and the Status of Jerusalem in the Middle of the Fifth Century bce
Constructions of Identity in Postcolonial Yehud
Remapping Yehud The Borders of Yehud and the Genealogies of Chronicles
Persias Loyal Yahwists Power Identity and Ethnicity in Achaemenid Yehud
The ºam haªareß in Ezra 44 and Persian Imperial Administration
The Borders and De Facto Size of Jerusalem in the Persian Period
Redating Lachish Level I Identifying Achaemenid Imperial Policy at the Southern Frontier of the Fifth Satrapy
New Evidence for Judeans in Babylonia
New Aramaic Ostraca from Idumea and Their Historical Interpretation
Social Economic and Onomastic Issues in the Aramaic Ostraca of the Fourth Century bce
Periodization between History and Ideology II Chronology and Ideology in EzraNehemiah
The Missions of Ezra and Nehemiah
The Persian Documents in the Book of Ezra Are They Authentic?
See We Are Serving Today Nehemiah 936 Nehemiah 9 as a Theological Interpretation of the Persian Period
Sociolinguistics and the Judean Speech Community in the Achaemenid Empire

The Religious Revolution in PersianPeriod Judah
Tyrian Trade in Yehud under Artaxerxes I Real or Fictional? Independent or Crown Endorsed?
The Second Temple ofJeb and of Jerusalem
Revisiting the Samarian Question in the Persian Period
Bethel The Israelite Impact on Judean Language and Literature
Cyrus II Liberator or Conqueror? Ancient Historiography concerning Cyrus in Babylon
NeoBabylonian and Achaemenid State Administration in Mesopotamia
Benjamin Traditions Read in the Early Persian Period
he Saul Polemic in the Persian Period
The Imaginary Sanctuary The Priestly Code as an Example of Fictional Literature in the Hebrew Bible
Index of Authors
Index of Scripture
Index of Sites and PlaceNames
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Lester L. Grabbe is Professor of Hebrew Bible and Early Judaism at the University of Hull.He is founder and convenor of the European Seminar in Historical Methodology.A recent book is "Ancient Israel: What Do We Know and How Do We Know it?

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