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for which they provided specific guidance and legislation. For the sake of simplicity, we will refer to them here simply as laborers. This group of people worked for a living, in contrast to the “poor,” who primarily begged or enjoyed social charity. On the other hand, they did not own income

In: Social Stratification of the Jewish Population of Roman Palestine in the Period of the Mishnah, 70–250 CE
Author: Rebekah Welton

construction of religious experience, gender categories and the rituals of social life. No ethnographic or culture-historical account is complete without a consideration of these matters. 16 Psychoactive substances are seen to be an ‘active element in the construction of religious experience’ because the

In: ‘He is a Glutton and a Drunkard’: Deviant Consumption in the Hebrew Bible