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This appendix section of the book The Alexandrian Riots of 38 C.E. and the Persecution of the Jews contains the table that presents the chronology of the riots. The chronology of the aftermath of the Alexandrian disorders is anything but clear in comparison with the few but almost certain pieces of evidence available for the riots themselves. Both the Jews and their opponents sent embassies to Rome. There is a circular argument in which the chronology of the embassy and the chronology of the Jerusalem events should determine one another, yet nothing of the chronology of either of these events can be determined with certainty.

Keywords: Alexandrian riots; Jews



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