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By Vasile Babota
Within the establishment of the Hasmonean excessive Priesthood, Vasile Babota deals an interdisciplinary learn of the institution of the Hasmonean clergymen as excessive monks in Jerusalem, from their riot in 167 right down to a hundred and forty. The Hasmonean excessive monks exercised either non secular and civil powers till 37 B.C.E. and a few acted additionally as kings. earlier experiences checked out them normally from a biblical /Jewish point of view. Vasile Babota persuasively argues that the 1st excessive clergymen Jonathan and Simon acted as Hellenistic excessive priestly rulers. This end relies on an research of the task of the excessive monks Jonathan and Simon on inner and exterior degrees, a comparability with past Jewish excessive monks, and a comparability with Hellenistic (Seleucid and Ptolemaic) excessive monks.
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108 Feldman, “Josephus’ Portrayal,” 45, has noted how Josephus elevated his Hasmonean heroes in the way he did with the biblical heroes. g. Ant. 54, 58, 95, 106–109, 135–136, 166, 184–186; 212, passim. 110 For Schwartz, “Josephus and Nicolaus,” 162, this passage came in a somewhat muti lated form from Nicolaus, while Mason, Pharisees, 211, ascribes it entirely to Josephus. As already noted, Sievers, “Josephus,” 244–51 regards both Ant. 171–173 and Ant. 288–298 as later insertions, and postulates for a second edition of Antiquities.
17). 96 Louis H. Feldman has argued that Josephus himself had understood the Septuagint books as an interpretation, Georgii Sincelli Ecloga, 498–507; Rajak, “Josephus and Justus,” 81–94; Schwartz, “Georgius,” 1–8; Milikowsky, “Justus,” 103–26. 91 Hölscher, “Hohenpriesterliste,” 1–33; Gussmann, Priesterverständnis. 92 On the loss of pre-Josephus sources, see Mendels, “Formation,” 3–19. 93 The Letter written originally in Greek is extant today in 23 Mss. It has been dated by a number of scholars between the 3rd and 1st c.
This chapter is therefore an introduction to the following chapters. Two main questions will guide this analysis: First, what were the role and powers of the pre-Hasmonean Jewish high priests? Second, what experience and perception could the Hasmonean priests have both of their high priests and of the Seleucid royal rule? This treatise is important for at least two reasons: First, it will provide the reader with an understanding of the significance and role of the Jerusalem high priestly office in relation to the Seleucid king and his hierarchy.
The Institution of the Hasmonean High Priesthood by Vasile Babota