Chapter 10 Study Guide

An Introduction to the Bible: A Journey into Three Worlds, 7th Edition

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Religion 121L Spring 2008 A guide to what I’m likely to ask you about on a quiz in class Tuesday. This chapter departs from the more recent ones focusing on a book or set of books in the Hebrew scriptures; rather it traces the continued development of Judaism in the inter- testamental period (more-or-less 200 BCE to 100 CE). Rather than pose questions based on the three worlds, I’ll just list some terms and dates.
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Unformatted text preview: The sub-periods within this: e.g. Maccabean, Roman. n.b. even after the end of the rule of Greeks, Hellenism continues. Significant Jewishby and non-Jewish groups: e.g. Seleucids, Hasidim, Hasmonaean family, Pharisees, Sadducees, Essenes, Covenaters, Zealots, Samaritans, Nazareans Important persons: e.g. Antiochus, Herod, Judas Maccabee, Hillel, Shammai Key dates: 167 BCE, 63 BCE, 70 CE Concepts: ritual purity Other: Dead See scrolls, Qumran...
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This test prep was uploaded on 04/20/2008 for the course RELIGION 121 taught by Professor Ghodes-luhman during the Spring '07 term at St. Olaf.

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