THE ANCIENT AND MEDIEVAL SOURCES FOR THE EMPEROR JULIAN'S ATTEMPT TO REBUILD THE JERUSALEM TEMPLE

in Journal for the Study of Judaism
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Abstract

This article attempts to provide a complete inventory and brief sourcecritical analysis of the more than fifty sources from the fourth through the fourteenth century, representing a wide variety of literary genres and cultural contexts, that report the Emperor Julian's attempt to rebuild the Jerusalem Temple. By identifying the immediate sources of most of the accounts and discussing the complex relationships among others, the analysis is able to clarify specific historical and historiographical issues, as well, to establish afirmer basis for further research on the event itself, the sources, methods and Tendenzen of the individual works in which it is found, and the literary and ideological factors influencing the history of a tradition which has played an important role in Jewish-Christian relations.

THE ANCIENT AND MEDIEVAL SOURCES FOR THE EMPEROR JULIAN'S ATTEMPT TO REBUILD THE JERUSALEM TEMPLE

in Journal for the Study of Judaism

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