Compendia Rerum Iudaicarum ad Novum Testamentum

Compendia Rerum Iudaicarum ad Novum Testamentum designed in the 1960s as a structured set of handbooks on ‘matters Jewish’ illuminating the origins of Christianity, has evolved into a series of monographs and collective works on the history and literature of Jews and Christians under Roman rule. Combining expertise in Jewish, Christian, and Roman literature and history, the series aims at covering Qumranic, Graeco-Jewish, early Christian, and rabbinic sources. The classic ‘historical introduction’ published in the two volumes of The Jewish People in the First Century (1974-76) will be complemented by a number of volumes debating historiographical axioms and methods and presenting a selection of sources and a ‘joint history’ of Jews and Christians in the first and second centuries CE. Apart from the volumes planned by the editors, other publication proposals will be taken into consideration. With all these updates in methodology, the series proudly continues the pioneering work set in motion by its founders half a century ago. Board of Editors: Friedrich Avemarie † (University of Marburg), Shaye J.D. Cohen (Harvard University), David Goodblatt (University of California at San Diego), Christine Hayes (Yale University), Richard Kalmin (Jewish Theological Seminary of America), Karl-Wilhelm Niebuhr (University of Jena), Pieter van der Horst (Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences), Huub van de Sandt (Tilburg University), James VanderKam (University of Notre Dame). General Editors: Joshua J. Schwartz (Bar-Ilan University), Peter J. Tomson (KU Leuven). The series published two volumes over the last 5 years.

Editorial Board

Board of Editors Friedrich Avemarie † (University of Marburg) Shaye Cohen (Harvard University) David Goodblat (University of California at San Diego) Christine Hayes (Yale University) Richard Kalmin (Jewish Theological Seminary of America) Karl-Wilhelm Niebuhr (University of Jena) Pieter van der Horst (Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences) Huub van de Sandt (Tilburg University) James VanderKam (University of Notre Dame) General Editors Joshua Schwartz (Bar-Ilan University) Peter J. Tomson (Catholic University of Leuven)