Samuel Rocca (b.1968), scholar
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Samuel Rocca (b.1968) is an Italian-Israeli scholar.
Born and educated in Milan, Italy. PhD (2006) at Bar-Ilan University (where he studied with Albert I. Baumgarten). Post-doctorate (2007) at the Pontifical Biblical Institute, Rome.
Works on Second Temple Judaism
Articles in edited volumes
- Josephus and the Psalms of Solomon on Herod's messianic aspirations: An interpretation / Samuel Rocca / Making History: Josephus and Historical Method (2007 Rodgers), edited volume
- The Purposes and Functions of the Synagogue in Late Second Temple Period Judaea: Evidence from Josephus and Archaeological Investigation / Samuele Rocca / Flavius Josephus, Interpretation and History, Supplements to the Journal for the Study of Judaism 146 (2011 Pasor/ Mor) edited volume]]
Articles in academic journals
- The Book of Judith and Queen Sholmzion / Samuel Rocca / Materia giudaica 10.1 (2005)
- A Jewish Gladiator in Pompeii / Samuel Rocca / Materia giudaica 11 (2006)
- Back to Masada: A Retrospective of a Retrospective, Review of A. Ben Tor, Back to Masada”, Jerusalem, Yad Ben Zvi / Samuele Rocca / Zion LXXV, (2010), pp. 505-508.
- Josephus, Suetonius, and Tacitus on the Military Service of the Jews of Rome: Discrimination or Norm? / Samuele Rocca / Italia XX, (2010), pp. 7-30.
- The Jews of Rome and the politics of the Late Republic / Samuele Rocca / XV World Congress of Jewish Studies, published on line
- Diritto Ebraico ed Ebrei nell’Impero Romano, Recensione del libro del Professore A.M. Rabello”, Ebraismo e Diritto. Studi sul Diritto Ebraico e gli Ebrei nell'Impero Romano scelti e raccolti da F. Lucrezi / Samuele Rocca / Rivista di Diritto Romano X (2010)