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Reading for Gender in Ancient Jewish Biblical Interpretation: The Damascus Document and the Mekilta of R. Ishmael
Shanks Alexander, Elizabeth. • S. 15-34

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The Knowledgeable and the Weak in 1 Corinthians and Rabbinic Literatur
Amit, Aaron. • S. 35-48

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Transmitting Early Jewish Literature: The Case of Jubilees in Medieval Jewish and Islamic Source
Bakhos, Carol. • S. 49-62

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An Isogloss in First-Century Palestinian Jewry: Josephus and Mark on the Purpose of the Law
Boyarin, Daniel. • S. 63-80

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Divorce and Remarriage in the Damascus Document
Collins, John J.. • S. 81-94

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Apocalyptic and the Qumran Library
Dimant, Devorah. • S. 95-118

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The Theatre of the Written Word: Reading the Community Rule with Steven Fraade
Hempel, Charlotte. • S. 119-130

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"A Gift of Arms": The Greek Translation of Sirach 7:31 and the Interpretive Process Underlying the Septuagin
Joosten, Jan. • S. 131-138

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With a Little Help from the Rabbis: The Testaments of the Twelve Patriarchs and Rabbinic Exegetical Traditions
Kugel, James. • S. 139-156

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Why Did the Heavenly Voice Speak Aramaic? Ancient Layers in Rabbinic Literatur
Noam, Vered. • S. 157-168

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Thou Shalt Not Rabbinize the Qumran Sectarian: On the Inflexibility of the Halakah in the Dead Sea Scrolls
Shemesh, Aharon. • S. 169-180

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R. Matthia ben Heresh: The First European Rabbi?
Appelbaum, Alan. • S. 181-198

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"Rejoice, O Barren One Who Bore No Child": Beruria and the Jewish-Christian Conversation in the Babylonian Talmud
Bar-Asher Siegal, Elitzur A.Bar-Asher Siegal, Michal. • S. 199-220

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"Sages Increase Peace in the World": Reconciliation and P o w e
Baumgarten, Albert I.. • S. 221-238

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Revisiting the Anomalous: Animals at the Intersection of Persons and Property in Bavli Sukkah 22 b-23b
Berkowitz, Beth A.. • S. 239-256

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Mordecai Breastfed Esther: Male Lactation in Midrash, Medicine, and Myth
Bregman, Marc. • S. 257-274

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"Rabbinic" and "Nonrabbinic" Jews in Mishnah and Tosefta
Brody, Robert. • S. 275-292

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Roman Law in the Jewish House of Study: Constructing Rabbinic Authority after the Constitutio Antoninian
Burns, Joshua Ezra. • S. 293-308

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Partial Justice: Law and Narrative in Sifre Deuteronomy
Halberstam, Chaya. • S. 309-322

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A New Interpretation of the Thirty-Nine Forbidden Sabbath Labors
Hauptman, Judith. • S. 323-338

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"Greater Is the Covenant with Aaron" (Sifre Numbers 119): Rabbis, Priests, and Kings Revisited
Himmelfarb, Martha. • S. 339-350

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The Rabbis, Trade Guilds, and Midrash
Hirshman, Marc. • S. 351-358

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Observation in Rabbinic Literature of Late Antiquity
Kalmin, Richard. • S. 359-384

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Interpreting the Rabbinic Sabbath: The "Forty Minus One" Forbidden Labors of Mishnah Shabbat 7:2
Kraemer, David. • S. 385-394

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Jews and Judaism in Palestine (70-640 CE): A New Historical Paradigm
Levine, Lee I.. • S. 395-412

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At the Beginning of Rabbinic Literary Culture: External Sources of Knowledge-Legitimate or Illegitimate?
Milikowsky, Chaim. • S. 413-432

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The Study of Talmudic Israel and/or Roman Palestine: Where Matters Stand
Miller, Stuart S.. • S. 433-454

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"Not Study Is the Main Objective, but Action" (Pirqe Avot 1:17): A Rabbinic Maxim in Greco-Roman Context
Niehoff, Maren R.. • S. 455-472

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Formal Mirroring and Iterative Paraphrase in Tannaitic Midrash
Novick, Tzvi. • S. 473-486

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Is the Mishnah a Roman Composition?
Rosen-Zvi, Ishay. • S. 487-508

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Hero, Saint, and Sage: The Life of R. Elazar b. R. Shimon in Pesiqta de Rab Kahana 11
Rubenstein, Jeffrey L.. • S. 509-528

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"Most Beautiful of Women": Story and History in Sifre Deuteronomy
Schremer, Adiel. • S. 529-544

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Just Stories: Fictionality and the Maaseh, from the Mishnah to Maaseh Yerusalmi
Stern, David. • S. 545-566

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"These and These Are Words of the Living God": Halakic Pluralism and Its Discontents
Yadin-Israel, Azzan. • S. 567-582

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The Presence of Mishnaic Hebrew in the Blessing Formulas Ordained by the Sages
Bar-Asher, Moshe. • S. 583-602

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"The Road Not Taken": Prayer in Rabbinic and Nonrabbinic Circles
Chazon, Esther Glickler. • S. 603-618

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Who Were the [...]? A New Answer from an Ancient Poem
Septimus, Bernard. • S. 619-634

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Early Rhyme Structures in Piyyut and Their Rhetorical Background
Yahalom, Joseph. • S. 635-658