2 edition of historical analysis of the De excidio hierosolymitano of Pseudo-Hegesippus. found in the catalog.
historical analysis of the De excidio hierosolymitano of Pseudo-Hegesippus.
Bell, Albert A.
in Chapel Hill
Written in English
|LC Classifications||PA3998.H181 E9|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 257 leaves.|
|Number of Pages||257|
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De excidio is arranged in five books. Books correspond to the same books of the Jewish War; book 5 contains the material from books and part of book 7 of Josephus. But material from Antiquities is also being used.
Dissertation: “Pseudo-Hegesippus and the Jews: Ethnicity, Theology, and Latin Historiography in the Fourth-Century De excidio Urbis Hierosolymitano” Advisors: David B. Levenson & Nicole Kelley M.A., Florida State University – Classics Thesis: “Caesar’s Gallic War and Josephus’ Jewish War: A Foundation for Comparative Analysis”.
The late fourth-century work often called Pseudo-Hegesippus, or De Excidio Hierosolymitano (On the Destruction of Jerusalem), is a rendition of Jewish history from the second century BCE to 70/74 CE. It ends with the destruction of Jerusalem in 70 and a brief mention of the Jewish mass-suicide atop Masada in Albert A.
Bell, An Historiographical Analysis of the “De Excidio Hierosolymitano” of Pseudo-Hegesippus, Ph.D. Diss., University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, Pseudo-Hegesippus (fl. in the fourth century C.E.) is the author of the work on the fall of Jerusalem entitled De Excidio Hierosolymitano, written around C.E.
This work is an adaptation of The Jewish Wa r and is known from the oldest manuscript dating to the sixth century. The essay centers on the Hebrew translation and the reception of George Eliot's Daniel Deronda among Hebrew readers of the late nineteenth century.
It provides a historical account of the various. The study of reference remains that by Albert A. Bell, An Historiographical Analysis of the “De Excidio Hierosolymitano” of Pseudo-Hegesippus, Ph.D. Diss., University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, On Josephus in modern Israel, we can mention the very.
In his De excidio Hierosolymitano, Hegesippus claimed that while Josephus wept over the destruction of Jerusalem, he ‘did not understand its cause.’ 17 The work draws heavily on Josephus and had a wide readership, being reprinted in various forms throughout the sixteenth century; a luxury manuscript copy is in the library of the Dukes of Osuna.
18 Josippon (editio princeps: Mantua, ) was also widely read by Jews. The first author to have used the Testimonium Flavianum for anti-Jewish apologetics was “Pseudo-Hegesippus,” the late fourth century or early fifth century anonymous author of a Latin adaptation of Josephus’ War, known as De excidio Hierosolymitano Early writers such as Eusebius of Caesarea and Jerome do not draw on the text for apologetic reasons.
The earliest use of the Testimonium for anti-Jewish disputation appears in an anonymous late fourth century Latin text, known conventionally as Pseudo-Hegesippus's 'De excidio Hierosolymitano.' .
Chapters of Sefer Yosipponare a reworking of Ps-Hegesippus’ Latin paraphrase of the Bellum Judaicum, titled De excidio Hierosolymitano. We do find here works of Jewish tradition which were not transmitted as part of the Jewish canon but were included in the Christian tradition.
Testing a Hypothesis for the Provenance of the De Excidio Hierosolymitano,” Bulletin de l’Académie Belge pour l’Étude des Langues Anciennes et Orientales 8: 97– “Religion, Ethnicity, and the Fashioning of Egyptian Identity in Heliodorus’ Aethiopica,” Journal of the Society for the Study of Egyptian Antiquities 71– Flavius Josephus's longest work, Jewish Antiquities, is a twenty-book survey of 5, years of Jewish history from Creation to 66 C.E., the outbreak of the Judean revolt.
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PhD North Carolina, Chapel Hill, Pims mfm PA H E9. Bell, Albert A. «Josephus and Pseudo-Hegesippus.» In Josephus, Judaism and Christianity. Ed: Louis H. Feldman, and Gohei Hata. Detroit: Wayne State UP, DS J6 J Bell. Pseudo-Hegesippus at Antioch.
Testing a Hypothesis for the Provenance of the De Excidio Hierosolymitano. BABELAO - Bulletin de l’Académie Belge pour l’Étude des Langues Anciennes et Orientales, 8, pp. l’Université catholique de Louvain Bloch, René ().
Moses: Motherless with Two Mothers (In Press). This history is known by the title De Excidio Hierosolymitano (On the Destruction of Jerusalem); colloquially, it is referred to as 'Pseudo-Hegesippus.'De Excidio is a Latin Christian history written around CE, based largely upon Josephus' Jewish War but drawing upon a.
In his De excidio Hierosolymitano, Hegesippus claimed that while Josephus wept over the destruction of Jerusalem, he ‘did not understand its cause.’17 The work draws heavily on Josephus and had a wide readership, being reprinted in various forms throughout the sixteenth century; a luxury manuscript copy is in the library of the Dukes of.
As has long been known, there are three major Latin sources for Sepher Yosippon: Maccabees, Josephus’s Jewish War, and Pseudo-Hegesippus’s De excidio urbis Hierosolymitanae.
The Hebrew author (or authors, as Sela argues), who was fluent also in Latin, had access to the Vulgate, its Apocrypha, and some ancient (Livy and Virgil’s Aeneid. pus'De excidio Hierosolymitano, and parts of the Apocrypha (p.
58). Whealey s dissecting of the role of Josippon in the discussion of TF seems at times to lose sight of the fact that the TF is found in Antiquities B whereas Josippon draws only upon the first sixteen books of the Antiquities.
Called “Pseudo-Hegesippus” and is commonly referred to as de Bello Judaico or as de Excidio Urbis Hierosolymitanae. It is mainly taken from the The way to resolve such a dispute, it would seem, is through close study and analysis of vocabulary, grammar, and style of the work as compared with other work of the same general period of.Genève: Association des étudiants en histoire des religions de l'Université de Genève Bay, Carson ().
Pseudo-Hegesippus at Antioch? Testing a Hypothesis for the Provenance of the De Excidio Hierosolymitano. BABELAO - Bulletin de l’Académie Belge pour l’Étude des Langues Anciennes et Orientales, 8, pp. Lost Books of the Bible (REL ) The Dead Sea Scrolls (RLG) The Bible, the Classics, and the Jews in Pseudo-Hegesippus: A Literary Analysis of de Excidio Hierosolymitano Lollar, J., graduate.
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