The History of the Jewish People in the Age of Jesus Christ: 175 B.C. to A.D. 135, Volume 1 (New Revised English Edition)
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Critical presentation of the whole evidence concerning Jewish history, institutions, and literature from 175 BC to AD 135; with updated bibliographies.
832-47; X V I (1959), 8 2 1 - 5 3 ; X V I I (i960). 774-88; X V I I I (1962), 620-7; X I X (1963), 901-24; X X (1964), 412-95 (Palestine). A separate volume of Indices (1970) covers v o l . XI-XX. N e w l y published o r revised R o m a n inscriptions are surveyed, and largely reprinted, in A n n e e fipigraphique (1888- ). P . Thomsen, Die Paldstina-Literatur I - V I I (1908-70), covering the years 1895-1945, and A (i960), for the period 1878-94, devotes sections to a very full, if inevitably indiscriminate, hsts of epigraphic publica tions from Palestine and t o some extent from elsewhere.
W. H. Lowe, The fragment of the Talmud Babli Pesahim . . . in the University Library, Cambridge, ed. , with notes (1897). A. W . Streane, A translation of the treatise Chagigah from the Babylonian Talmud, with introduction, notes, glossary and indices (1891). H. Malter, The treatise Ta'anit of the Babylonian Talmud, critically edited on the basis of MSS and old editions and provided with a transl. and notes (1928). S. Loewinger, 'Gaonic interpretations of the tractates Gittin and Qiddushin', HUCA 23 ( 1 9 5 0 - 5 1 ) , pp.
A u g u s t u s left behind him at his d e a t h an account of the most important acts of his reign, to b e transcribed on brass tablets and placed before his mausoleum. Suet. Div. Aug. l o i : indicem rerum a se gestarum, quem vellet incidi in aeneis tabulis, quae ante Mausoleum statuerentur. T h i s account is available primarily from §3- Sources: Greek and Latin Authors 67 the t e x t inscribed in L a t i n and Greek on t h e marble walls of the T e m p l e of A u g u s t u s at A n c y r a in Galatia.
A. Schwarz, Die hermeneutische Analogic in der talmudischen Litteratur (1897); Syllogismus (1901); Induktion (1909); Antinomic (1913) ; Quantitdtsrelation (1916); Kontext (1921). S. Schlesinger, Beitrage zur talmudischen Methodologie (1927). Atlas, h u c a 24 (1952-3), x d - x . L. Jacobs, Studies in Talmudic Logic and Methodology (1961). E. Wiesenberg, 'Observations on Method in Talmudic Studies', J S S 11 (1966), pp. 1 6 - 3 6 . s. x-'jiion nn^inV, Rabbinic Theology: F. Weber, Jiidische Theologie auf Grund des Talmud und verwandter Schriften (''1897).
But all of them in the last resort rest on R. Akiba. ' 2 5 . The theory that a written compilation of the Mishnah existed before that of R. Judah ha-Nasi w^as advanced by Z. Frankel in Hodegetica in Mischnam (1859), who insisted on a Mishnah of R . Akiba and another of R. Meir. I t is, however, thought that both were only in part recorded in script. See J . Deren bourg, Histoire, pp. 399-401; Strack, pp. 20-5; Ch. Albeck, Untersuchungen iiber (lie Redaktion der Mischna (1923), pp. 89—121; Einfiihrung in die Mischna (1971), pp.