The Jews among the Greeks and Romans : a diasporan sourcebook /
As one of the few groups in the Greco-Roman world to resist cultural assimilation, the Jews remained an object of fascination throughout antiquity. Greek and Roman writers devoted much space to them, but few bothered to learn the facts about Jews, preferring to report stereotypes and rumor. Evidence...
|Published:||Baltimore, Md. : Johns Hopkins University Press, 1998.|
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