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Prosopographie de la société juive du royaume de Judée de 134 av. J.-C. à 73/74 siècle ap. J.-C., d'après l'oeuvre de Flavius Josèphe

Nicolas Masuez 1
1 OM-ACT - Équipe Antiquité classique et tardive
SU - Sorbonne Université, OM - ORIENT ET MÉDITERRANÉE : Textes, Archéologie, Histoire
Abstract : The realm of Judea went through profound changes between the end of the 2nd century B.C and the year 70 A.D. Facing the Hellenistic and Roman powers, Jewish society was going to keep its identity while losing its lighthouse : the Temple. From 66 A.D., the war against Rome revealed political, social and religious tensions. There were different Judaisms, not only one. More and more arrogant, sacerdotal aristocracy tried to maintain its influence at any price. A part of the population challenged the structure of society. These rebels, so much criticized by Flavius Josephus, were often to fight to defend an ideal combining a form of patriotism to Judaism.
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Nicolas Masuez. Prosopographie de la société juive du royaume de Judée de 134 av. J.-C. à 73/74 siècle ap. J.-C., d'après l'oeuvre de Flavius Josèphe. Religions. Université Paris-Sorbonne - Paris IV, 2014. Français. ⟨tel-01018853⟩

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