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Socio-Economic Hierarchy And Its Economic Foundations In First Century Galilee: The Evidence From Yodefat And Gamla

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In the Hebrew Bible, the Priestly Code begins with a lengthy presentation laws and standards regulating the practice of sacrifices ( Lev 1-7 ) and many additional requirements for sacrifices. It turns out that these two sections are mentioned by Josephus in his early notice of Book III the sacrifices, and each time he intends to emphasize hand Later in his presentation on the Jewish sacrifices. The jurisdiction of Josephus yet continues to be questioned, even today, as soon as one comes to the issue of sacrifices. Josephus intended to give its own category charistères. This text presents nevertheless the oldest attempt Jewish sacrifices known to present in a systematic form. The original text of the chapter is in French.

Keywords: Hebrew Bible; jewish sacrifices; Josephus

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