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This list of abbreviations presents all abbreviations used in this book Judaism and Hellenism Reconsidered, along with their expansions. The list is arranged in the alphabetical order. This book is a collection of 26 previously published articles, with a number of additions and corrections, and with a long new introduction on &t;The Influence of Hellenism on Jews in Palestine in the Hellenistic Period.&t; The articles deal with such subjects as &t;Homer and the Near East,&t; &t;The Septuagint,&t; &t;Hatred and Attraction to the Jews in Classical Antiquity,&t; &t;Conversion to Judaism in Classical Antiquity,&t; &t;Philo, Pseudo-Philo, Josephus, and Theodotus on the Rape of Dinah,&t; &t;The Influence of the Greek Tragedians on Josephus,&t; &t;Josephus' Biblical Paraphrase as a Commentary on Contemporary Issues,&t; &t;Parallel Lives of Two Lawgivers: Josephus' Moses and Plutarch's Lycurgus,&t; &t;Rabbinic Insights on the Decline and Forthcoming Fall of the Roman Empire.&t;.

Keywords: classical antiquity; Hellenism; Judaism



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