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Heaton Mitchell T. Heaton Fr. Michael Burrows, O.S.B. Theology II Honors-7 8 October 2009 Test #2 Study Guide _________________________________________ Who was the emperor when Jesus was born? ______________________________________ Who was the emperor when Jesus was crucified? _______________________________________ At what age did Jesus start his public ministry? __________________________________ The name Palestine is Greek and named after whom? ________________________________________ How far above sea level is Jerusalem located? _______________________ ______________________ In what geographical regions/territories was their good farm land? ______________ ______________ What are the two names for “paper made from animal skin”? ___________________________________ What is defined as a “decoration of a printed page”? ___________________________________ What are “printed pages out of a manuscript” called? ______________________________________ What is the name of one of the oldest texts of the Old Testament that is kept at the Vatican? ____________________________________________ What percentage of the Dead Sea is salt? T or F Samaritans are Jews. ______________________________________ Samaritans are Jews that came from what Israeli kingdom before the Babylonian exile? _______________________________________ What is the Yiddish term for “guts” or “balls”? ____________________________________________ What is the Yiddish term for a “gentile”? _________________________________________________ Where was the Samaritans temple? _____________________ _____________ Who destroyed the Samaritans temple? In what year?
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Heaton Jerusalem was the center of what four things? -________________________________ -________________________________ -________________________________ -________________________________ T or F Judea had good farming land. ________________ ____________________ Most of Judea’s population was in what two cities? _____________________________ What was the range of the normal population of Jerusalem? ___________________________________________ Up to how many more people would come to Jerusalem on a high holy day? __________________________ What was the greatest population of Jerusalem at any one time? ___________________________________________ What Jewish profession was an interpreter of the law like a lawyer is today? _________________________________________________ Where was Herod the Great from? _________________________________________ What man conquered Idumea? In what year? Name the four languages spoken in Palestine in the time of Jesus. -_____________________________ -_____________________________ -_____________________________ -_____________________________ ______________________________________ From what event did the Jews acquire Aramaic? ________________________ What was the vernacular language (common tongue) in Palestine? ________________________________________________ What was the language of worship? ______________________ What are defined as, “an Aramaic paraphrase of Hebrew scripture”? It was likely that Jesus knew what three languages? -______________________ -______________________ -______________________ T or F Men and women (with their unbarmitsvad boys) were separated in the synagogue.
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Heaton The synagogue was for what three things (served what three purposes). -____________________________________ -____________________________________ -____________________________________ __________________________________ How many people were needed to start a synagogue? ___________________________________ It is emphasized that the Temple was a place of _?_. Name the two things the Jewish thought when they said it’s a place of mystery. -_______________________________________________________ -_______________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________ Where did the Sanhedrin meet? _______________________________________________ What is the major difference between the Temple and synagogue? T or F The sacraments were based off mystery. Name, in chronological order, the succession of the Temples of Jerusalem. 1)________________________________ 2)________________________________ 3)________________________________ __________________________________________ When was Herod the Great’s Temple built? Name the three holy days on which Jews would travel to Jerusalem to go to the Temple. -________________________ -________________________ -________________________ ____________________________________________ Feast days are _?_ (reliving the moment). ______________________________________________ In Jesus’ time, how old was Passover? ______________________________________________________ When does Pentecost occur? ________________________________________________ What does Pentecost commemorate? _______________________ _________________________ What are the two harvest festivals? ___________________________________________ The Tabernacles and Booths are supposed to be reminiscent of what?
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Heaton _________________________ What feast celebrates the rededication of the Temple to Yahweh?
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