3 edition of Eupolemus found in the catalog.
Ben Zion Wacholder
Includes bibliographical references.
|Series||Monographs of the Hebrew Union College, no. 3, Monographs of the Hebrew Union College ;, no. 3.|
|LC Classifications||DS115.9.E95 W3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 332 p.|
|Number of Pages||332|
|LC Control Number||74016093|
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Introduction to Eupolemus: Eupolemus was a Jewish-hellenistic historian in the 2nd century BCE. and wrote work entitled On the Kings in only surviving fragments are from Alexander Polyhistor’s On the Jews, preserved by Clement of Alexandria (c. CE ) and Eusebius of Caesarea (c. CE ).Eupolemus was likely of Palestinian origins and functioned as an ambassador to Rome. This volume describes that part of the rich literary production of ancient Judaism which was not contained in the Hebrew Bible nor in rabbinic literature. These writings originated in the Second Temple period, which proved highly creative in the midst of strong external influences and internal example are the Dead Sea Scrolls, documents of an extremely separatist sect.
Eupolemus (Greek: ʾΕνπόλεμος) is the earliest Hellenistic Jewish historian whose work survives only in five fragments (or possibly six fragments) in Eusebius of Caesarea's Praeparatio Evangelica (hereafter abbreviated as Praep.), embedded in quotations from the historian Alexander Polyhistor, and in the Stromata (hereafter abbreviated as Strom. Cheating seems to have been rare at the ancient Olympics, which traditionally started in B.C. and were held every 4 years thereafter. It is assumed there were cheaters in addition to the known ones listed below, but the judges, Hellanodikai, were considered honest, and on the whole, so were the athletes—partly deterred by stiff fines and the possibility of flogging.
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Eupolemus entitled his book On the Kings of Judah. Another title, On the Prophecy of Elijah, is either a subtitle or a chapter of Eupolemus book former.
He reckoned 5, years from Adam to Eupolemus book fifth year of Demetrius Soter (– B.C.E.), evidently the year in which he completed his.
Eupolemus was a priest & historian in 2 century BCE Jerusalem & a deputy of Judah Maccabee himself. Author sets forth detailed evidence attesting that the person whose Jewish History from Moses to Hasmoneans survives in relatively large fragments in the writings of the Church Fathers was identical with the Judaean envoy who in BCE received.
1, which computes in a summary manner the time from Adam and Moses respectively to the fifth year of Demetrius, or the twelfth of Ptolemy, gives us information concerning the date of by this Demetrius we must probably understand Demetrius I. Soter ( B.C.), and hence Eupolemus would have written in the year B.C.
EUPOLEMUS. EUPOLEMUS (Gr. ʾΕνπόλεμος), first Eupolemus book Greco-Jewish historian. His name, the time when he lived, and the content of the remaining fragments of his work combine to make it likely that he is identical with Eupolemus, son of John, son of Hakkoz, who in –60 b.c.e.
brought back from Rome a promise of assistance for *Judah Maccabee (i Macc. –32). And Eupolemus, in his book on the kings in Judea, says that “Moses was the first wise man, and the first that imparted grammar to the Jews, that the Phoenicians received it from the Jews, and the Greeks from the Phoenicians.” From Eusebius, Preparation Eupolemus: a Study of Judaeo-Greek Literature [Ben Zion Wacholder] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Ben Zion Wacholder.
This book aims to introduce the work of Hellenistic Jewish writers of the period BC to AD Four in particular are studied. The authors of the Letter of Aristeas and the Sibylline Oracles came from second-century BC Egypt. Eupolemus wrote probably in Jerusalem at the same by: EUPOLEMUS ū pŏl’ ə məs (Gr.
Εὐπόλεμος, skilled in war).A Jewish ambassador who was sent to Rome by Judas Maccabeus after the victory over a general of Antiochus IV Epiphanes in b.c.
(1 Macc ; 2 Macc ).The purpose of the embassage was to enter into a peaceful alliance with the Rom. to which the latter agreed, sending written confirmation of the confederacy to. Polyhistor's excerpts were reproduced by Eusebius in Praeparatio Evangelica (book 9, 17; see also 9, 18, 2).
It is now recognized that the text is not from the well-known Jewish writer Eupolemus but rather from a Samaritan who wrote about B.C." (Intertestamental Literature, p.
Translation and Historicity of the Book of Abraham Excerpts from Eupolemus, in John A. Tvedtnes, Brian M. Hauglid, and John Gee, eds., Traditions about the Early Life of Abraham, Studies in the Book of Abraham, ed. John Gee, vol. 1 (Provo, UT: Foundation for. Eupolemus; Eupolemus in his work On the Jews says that the Assyrian city of Babylon was first founded by those who were rescued from the Flood.
They were giants (and) built the recorded Tower. When it collapsed due to the action of God, the giants dispersed over the whole earth.6 In some anonymous writings we discover that Abraham traced his File Size: KB.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xi, pages 24 cm. Contents: Life and works --The tradition --The Hellenized Moses --Jewish and pagan --Hellenistic biblical chronologies --From Moses to David --King Solomon --The temple of Solomon --Jerusalem --The fall of Jerusalem --The sources --The Graeco-Palestinian literature.
Eupolemus in his book Concerning the Jews of Assyria says that the city of Babylon was first founded by those who escaped from the Deluge; and that they were giants, and built the tower renowned in history.
But when this had been overthrown by the act of God, the giants were dispersed over the whole earth. EUPOLEMUS. u-pol'-e-mus (Eupolemos): Son of John, the son of Accos = Hakkoz (Akkos; Nehemiah ,21, etc.); was one of the two deputies sent by Judas Maccabeus (1 Maccabees ; 2 Maccabees ) to Rome circa BC to ask the help of the Romans against Demetrius.A critical estimate of the narrative (1 Maccabees 8 and Josephus, Ant, XII, x, 6) of the first meeting of the representatives of.
3 Gee, An Introduction to the Book of Abraham, 53; cf. Doran, “Pseudo-Eupolemus,” in The Old Testament Pseudepigrapha, ed. James H. Charlesworth (New York, N.Y.: Doubleday, ), As with the works attributed to Hecateus, the authorship of the texts attributed to Eupolemus remains disputed.
Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Wacholder, Ben Zion. Eupolemus. Cincinnati, Hebrew Union College-Jewish. This compendium consists of more than ancient descriptions, with references, of the City of David/Jerusalem, the temple mount, and the tower of Antonia (today's alleged temple mount).
Each source is accompanied by an expansion or explanation, frequently explaining how the information is incompatible with today's identification of the former Roman camp as the "temple mount.". EUPOLEMUS. u-pol'-e-mus (Eupolemos): Son of John, the son of Accos = Hakkoz (Akkos; Nehemiah21, etc.); was one of the two deputies sent by Judas Maccabeus (APC 1Mac 2Mac ) to Rome circa B.C.
to ask the help of the Romans against Demetrius.A critical estimate of the narrative (APC 1Macc 8 and Josephus, Ant, XII, x, 6) of the first meeting of the representatives of the Jewish.
The Books Of The Chronicles Of The Kings Of Judah In some respects, the next two books are a mirror image of the Books of Kings.
They reflect the events of the reigns of the kings who ruled the two-tribe kingdom of Judah, with cross-references to the kings of Israel on the north side of the frontier.
1 Chronicles begins with a compilation ofFile Size: KB. Eupolemus is the earliest Hellenistic Jewish historian whose work survives only in five fragments (or possibly six fragments) in the Eusebius of Caesarea's Praeparatio Evangelica (hereafter abbreviated as Praep.) embedded in quotations from the historian Alexander Polyhistor and in the Stromata (hereafter abbreviated as Strom.) of Clement of Alexandria.
A sixth passage which Polyhistor. This book aims to introduce the work of Hellenistic Jewish writers of the period BC to AD Four in particular are studied. The authors of the Letter of Aristeas and the Sibylline Oracles came from second-century BC Egypt.
Eupolemus wrote Pages: This book is a bargain: nearly pages of high-quality information for about $ I suggest this book as an excellent introduction to the New Testament.
Brown is always fair and does a great job of explaining the concepts in a way that is comprehensible to a new student of the NT.As the mission of Eupolemus is referred to in general terms, without any specific statement of the underlying motives (II Macc. iv. 11), and as his genealogy seems historically correct—Accos is a noble family of Jerusalem (Ezra ii.
61; Neh. iii. 21)—historians like Mommsen, Mendelssohn, Grätz, Niese, and Schürer regard his mission as.