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Empfehlen Weitere Bücher ReiheOrbis Biblicus et Orientalis Herausgeber Christian Frevel Katharina Pyschny Izak Cornelius Herausgeberporträt Christian Frevel Christian Frevel ist Professor für Altes Testament an der Ruhr-Universität Bochum. Mehr Infos zum Herausgeber Herausgeberporträt Katharina Pyschny Katharina Pyschny is a research and teaching assistant in Old Testament Studies at Ruhr-Universität Bochum. Mehr Infos zum Herausgeber Herausgeberporträt Izak Cornelius Izak Cornelius, BTh, Lizentiat der Theologie, DLitt (Semitische Sprachen), ist Professor für Altorientalistik an der Universität Stellenbosch in Südafrika. Mehr Infos zum Herausgeber Abdruckrechte Text oder Illustration aus diesem Titel verwenden? Lizenz erwerben Christian Frevel, Katharina Pyschny, Izak Cornelius (Hg.) A 'Religious Revolution' in Yehûd? The Material Culture of the Persian Period as a Test Case 1. Auflage 2014 IX, 447 Seiten with 5 maps and 281 figures gebunden ISBN 978-3-525-54392-4 Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht Orbis Biblicus et Orientalis - Band 267 120,00 EUR inkl. MwSt. Versandkostenfrei in D, A, CH (Versandinformationen) In den Warenkorb Buch Artikel wurde in den Warenkorb aufgenommen.Zum Warenkorb In reference to Ephraim Stern's hypothesis that Judah witnessed a 'religious revolution' during the transition between the (Neo)Babylonian and the Persian period, resulting in an imageless monotheism, the contributors discuss the material culture of Persian Period Palestine/Israel. They refer to a workshop on 'Jewish 'Material' Otherness? Ethnic, Religious and Cultural Boundaries in Late Persian and Early Hellenistic Times in the Southern Levant', held at the Käte Hamburger Kolleg Dynamics in the History of Religions between Asia and Europe (Ruhr-Universität Bochum) in 2010. Following an introductory overview on the material culture of the late Iron Age to the early Hellenistic period, they review the most relevant object genres in the light of new finds and current research: administrative stamp-seals, figurines, incense burners, coins, seals, bullae and Greek pottery. Special attention is devoted to regional developments in order to highlight commonalities and differences in the material culture between Yehûd and Samaria, and between Yehûd and the other neighbouring provinces. The authors demonstrate continuities and discontinuities in material culture, which mirror political, economic and historical developments. If the 'religious revolution' thesis cannot be substantiated, they make an important contribution to the history of religion of Persian Period Palestine/Israel with its nuanced discussion of Stern's thesis and the new synopsis it offers of the material, and especially pictorial, culture of the period.

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A 'Religious Revolution' in Yehûd?
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Empfehlen Weitere Bücher ReiheOrbis Biblicus et Orientalis Herausgeber Christian Frevel Katharina Pyschny Izak Cornelius Herausgeberporträt Christian Frevel Christian Frevel ist Professor für Altes Testament an der Ruhr-Universität Bochum. Mehr Infos zum Herausgeber Herausgeberporträt Katharina Pyschny Katharina Pyschny is a research and teaching assistant in Old Testament Studies at Ruhr-Universität Bochum. Mehr Infos zum Herausgeber Herausgeberporträt Izak Cornelius Izak Cornelius, BTh, Lizentiat der Theologie, DLitt (Semitische Sprachen), ist Professor für Altorientalistik an der Universität Stellenbosch in Südafrika. Mehr Infos zum Herausgeber Abdruckrechte Text oder Illustration aus diesem Titel verwenden? Lizenz erwerben Christian Frevel, Katharina Pyschny, Izak Cornelius (Hg.) A 'Religious Revolution' in Yehûd? The Material Culture of the Persian Period as a Test Case 1. Auflage 2014 IX, 447 Seiten with 5 maps and 281 figures gebunden ISBN 978-3-525-54392-4 Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht Orbis Biblicus et Orientalis - Band 267 120,00 EUR inkl. MwSt. Versandkostenfrei in D, A, CH (Versandinformationen) In den Warenkorb Buch Artikel wurde in den Warenkorb aufgenommen.Zum Warenkorb In reference to Ephraim Stern's hypothesis that Judah witnessed a 'religious revolution' during the transition between the (Neo)Babylonian and the Persian period, resulting in an imageless monotheism, the contributors discuss the material culture of Persian Period Palestine/Israel. They refer to a workshop on 'Jewish 'Material' Otherness? Ethnic, Religious and Cultural Boundaries in Late Persian and Early Hellenistic Times in the Southern Levant', held at the Käte Hamburger Kolleg Dynamics in the History of Religions between Asia and Europe (Ruhr-Universität Bochum) in 2010. Following an introductory overview on the material culture of the late Iron Age to the early Hellenistic period, they review the most relevant object genres in the light of new finds and current research: administrative stamp-seals, figurines, incense burners, coins, seals, bullae and Greek pottery. Special attention is devoted to regional developments in order to highlight commonalities and differences in the material culture between Yehûd and Samaria, and between Yehûd and the other neighbouring provinces. The authors demonstrate continuities and discontinuities in material culture, which mirror political, economic and historical developments. If the 'religious revolution' thesis cannot be substantiated, they make an important contribution to the history of religion of Persian Period Palestine/Israel with its nuanced discussion of Stern's thesis and the new synopsis it offers of the material, and especially pictorial, culture of the period.

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