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Pagan Historians on Judaism in Ancient Times
The Halakhic Part of the Yelammedenu in Pesiqta Rabbati
The Rabbinic Epithet Gevurah
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Academic Commentary amoraic Ancient Judaism antiquity Apion Approaches to Ancient attribute Babylonian Talmud baraita Bavli Tractate benediction biblical blessing bYoma century C.E. Christian cited connotations context creation discussed divine Egypt Egyptian epithet gevurah Exodus fire Frazer gevurah God's Grace after Meals Greek halakhah halakhic Hebrew Hecataeus Hellenistic historian Holy homily human Ishmael Israelite Jerusalem Jewish Jews Josephus king Land of Israel laws Lord magic meaning Mekhilta midrash mip-pi hag-gevurah Mishnah Moon Moses motif mythological Neusner Neusner Neusner op.cit Oral Torah original pagan passage pBer Pesiqta Rabbati PesR prayer priests Psalm question Rabbah Rabbinic Documents Rabbinic Judaism Rabbinic Literature refers religion religious revelation ritual Roman Sabbath sages Schafer Scripture She'iltot Shebi'it shekhina Sifre Sinai statement Stern Strabo Talmud of Babylonia tannaitic Temple texts theology theophany Torah Tosefta tradition verse Volume words yelammedenu yelammedenu units Yerushalmi YHWH Yohanan