Category:Early Jewish Studies

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Early Jewish Studies is a field of research, that specializes in the study of the origin and early development of Rabbinic Judaism.

4 Enoch focuses on Second Temple Judaism, i.e. the period from the Babylonian exile to the Bar-Kokhba Revolt, including the study of Rabbinic Origins. Here the Encyclopedia offers a selection of the most influential scholarly and fictional works in the field of Early Jewish Studies by international specialists and authors. Many of these works touch upon "Second Temple Judaism" too. Even when they do not include it, they have however deeply affected the understanding of Second Temple Judaism and the development of scholarly research.

The material can be sort out thematically or chronologically as well as by the languages and countries of origin.

For biographical notes on the scholars and authors, see Early Jewish Scholars


History of Research
History of Research


Chronology
Chronology

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Categories
Categories


People
People


Ancient Texts
Ancient Texts



Cognate Fields
Cognate Fields

Pages in category "Early Jewish Studies"

The following 96 pages are in this category, out of 96 total.

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