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The Origins of the Second Temple : Persion Imperial Policy and the Rebuilding of Jerusalem

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The Origins of the Second Temple : Persion Imperial Policy and the Rebuilding of Jerusalem
Title
The Origins of the Second Temple
Title remainder
Persion Imperial Policy and the Rebuilding of Jerusalem
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Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
Darius I, King of Persia, claims to have accomplished many deeds in the early years of his reign, but was one of them the rebuilding of the temple in Jerusalem? The editor who added the date to the books of Haggai and Zechariah thought so, and the author of Ezra 1-6 then relied on his dates when writing his account of the rebuilding process. The genealogical information contained in the book of Nehemiah, however, suggests otherwise; it indicates that Zerubbabel and Nehemiah were either contemporaries, or a generation apart in age, not some 65 years apart. Thus, either Zerubabbel and the temple
Member of
Cataloging source
EBLCP
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Vikander Edelman, Diana
Dewey number
  • 221.9/5
  • 221.95
Index
no index present
Language note
English
LC call number
DS109.3 .E34 2014
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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  • Artaxerxes
  • Temple of Jerusalem (Jerusalem)
  • Jerusalem
  • Yehud (Persian province)
  • Artaxerxes
  • Temple of Jerusalem (Jerusalem)
  • History of Biblical events
  • Relations with Jews
  • Asia
  • Middle East
Label
The Origins of the Second Temple : Persion Imperial Policy and the Rebuilding of Jerusalem
Instantiates
Publication
Note
The Books of Chronicles
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Cover; Half Title; Series Page; Title Page; Copyright Page; Dedication; Table of Contents; Preface; List of Illustrations and Maps; Introduction; The Topic of Inquiry; A Brief Survey of Past Hypotheses; An Outline of Chapters; Chapter 1 When Generations Really Count: Dating Zerubbabel and Nehemiah Using Genealogical Information in the Book of Nehemiah; Introduction; Generation 1; Iddo; Kadmiel; Yeshua ben Yehozadak; Generation 2; Zerubbabel; Yehoiakim; Berekiah; Shekaniah ben Arah; Generation 3; Eliashiv; Meshullam, Son of Zerubbabel; Hananiah, Son of Zerubbabel; Shelomit; Elnatan; Zechariah
  • Meshullam, Son of Berekiah and Brother of ZechariahShemaiah ben Shekaniah; Tobiah the Ammonite; Sanballat the Horonite/Sinuballit the Harrranite; Geshem the Arab; Generation 4; Yoiada/Yehoiada; The Daughter of Meshullam ben Berekiah; The Sons of Sanballat/Sinuballit; Bagohi; Generation 5; Yohanan ben Yehoiada; The Daughter of Sanballat/Sinuballit and the Son of Yehoiada; Yonatan ben Yehoiada; Generation 6; Yaddua; Chronological Implications of the Genealogies; Establishing Date Parameters; Nehemiah as a Member of Generation 3; Conclusion; Endnotes
  • Chapter 2 What's in a Date? The Unreliable Nature of the Dates in Haggai and ZechariahIntroduction; Dating Formulae Used from the Seventh-Second Centuries bce; Judah; Neo-Assyria; Neo-Babylonia; Persia; The Ptolemies; The Seleucids; Section Summary; The Dates in Haggai and Zechariah 1-8; The Year Dates; Zechariah 7.1-7; The Seventy-Year Figure in Zechariah 7.4; The Date of the Destruction of the Temple by Nebuchadnezzar; Preliminary Considerations; Year 18 or 19 of Nebuchadnezzar?; Year 1 of Darius; The Seventy-Year Tradition Revisited; Why Year 2 of Darius and Not Year 1?; Section Summary
  • Month and Day Elements in the Date Formulae in Haggai and Zechariah 1-8The Agricultural Cycles in Babylonia and Yehud; The Iqqur Ipush Almanac; Day and Month Elements in the Book of Haggai; Day 1, Month 6 (Haggai 1.1); Day 24, Month 6 (Haggai 1.15); Day 21, Month 7 (Haggai 2.1); Day 24, Month 9 (Haggai 2.10, 18); Section Summary; Day and Month Elements in Zechariah 1-8; Month 8 (Zechariah 1.1); Day 24, Month 11 (Zechariah 1.7); Day 4, Month 9 (Zechariah 7.1); Section Summary; The Internal Organization of Haggai and Zechariah 1-8 as Temple-Building Accounts
  • Haggai as an Independent Account of Temple-BuildingZechariah 1-8 as an Independent Account of Temple-Building; Haggai-Zechariah 8 as a Single Account of Temple- Building; Chapter Summary and Conclusion; Endnotes; Chapter 3 It's all in the Sources: The Historicity of the Account of Temple-Rebuilding in Ezra 1-6; Introduction; Summary of Ezra 1-6 and Some Historical Problems It Raises; Summary; Historical Problems; Ezra 1-6 as an Account of Temple-Building; Sources Used to Compose Ezra 1-6; 2 Isaiah (Isaiah 40-55); Cyrus as the Temple's Rebuilder; Cyrus' Return of the Temple Vessels
Control code
898103178
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (457 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781281744975
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)898103178
Label
The Origins of the Second Temple : Persion Imperial Policy and the Rebuilding of Jerusalem
Publication
Note
The Books of Chronicles
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Cover; Half Title; Series Page; Title Page; Copyright Page; Dedication; Table of Contents; Preface; List of Illustrations and Maps; Introduction; The Topic of Inquiry; A Brief Survey of Past Hypotheses; An Outline of Chapters; Chapter 1 When Generations Really Count: Dating Zerubbabel and Nehemiah Using Genealogical Information in the Book of Nehemiah; Introduction; Generation 1; Iddo; Kadmiel; Yeshua ben Yehozadak; Generation 2; Zerubbabel; Yehoiakim; Berekiah; Shekaniah ben Arah; Generation 3; Eliashiv; Meshullam, Son of Zerubbabel; Hananiah, Son of Zerubbabel; Shelomit; Elnatan; Zechariah
  • Meshullam, Son of Berekiah and Brother of ZechariahShemaiah ben Shekaniah; Tobiah the Ammonite; Sanballat the Horonite/Sinuballit the Harrranite; Geshem the Arab; Generation 4; Yoiada/Yehoiada; The Daughter of Meshullam ben Berekiah; The Sons of Sanballat/Sinuballit; Bagohi; Generation 5; Yohanan ben Yehoiada; The Daughter of Sanballat/Sinuballit and the Son of Yehoiada; Yonatan ben Yehoiada; Generation 6; Yaddua; Chronological Implications of the Genealogies; Establishing Date Parameters; Nehemiah as a Member of Generation 3; Conclusion; Endnotes
  • Chapter 2 What's in a Date? The Unreliable Nature of the Dates in Haggai and ZechariahIntroduction; Dating Formulae Used from the Seventh-Second Centuries bce; Judah; Neo-Assyria; Neo-Babylonia; Persia; The Ptolemies; The Seleucids; Section Summary; The Dates in Haggai and Zechariah 1-8; The Year Dates; Zechariah 7.1-7; The Seventy-Year Figure in Zechariah 7.4; The Date of the Destruction of the Temple by Nebuchadnezzar; Preliminary Considerations; Year 18 or 19 of Nebuchadnezzar?; Year 1 of Darius; The Seventy-Year Tradition Revisited; Why Year 2 of Darius and Not Year 1?; Section Summary
  • Month and Day Elements in the Date Formulae in Haggai and Zechariah 1-8The Agricultural Cycles in Babylonia and Yehud; The Iqqur Ipush Almanac; Day and Month Elements in the Book of Haggai; Day 1, Month 6 (Haggai 1.1); Day 24, Month 6 (Haggai 1.15); Day 21, Month 7 (Haggai 2.1); Day 24, Month 9 (Haggai 2.10, 18); Section Summary; Day and Month Elements in Zechariah 1-8; Month 8 (Zechariah 1.1); Day 24, Month 11 (Zechariah 1.7); Day 4, Month 9 (Zechariah 7.1); Section Summary; The Internal Organization of Haggai and Zechariah 1-8 as Temple-Building Accounts
  • Haggai as an Independent Account of Temple-BuildingZechariah 1-8 as an Independent Account of Temple-Building; Haggai-Zechariah 8 as a Single Account of Temple- Building; Chapter Summary and Conclusion; Endnotes; Chapter 3 It's all in the Sources: The Historicity of the Account of Temple-Rebuilding in Ezra 1-6; Introduction; Summary of Ezra 1-6 and Some Historical Problems It Raises; Summary; Historical Problems; Ezra 1-6 as an Account of Temple-Building; Sources Used to Compose Ezra 1-6; 2 Isaiah (Isaiah 40-55); Cyrus as the Temple's Rebuilder; Cyrus' Return of the Temple Vessels
Control code
898103178
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (457 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781281744975
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)898103178

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