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Applebaum, Philadelphia and Jerusalem, 2nd edn. 1961, and the major essay “Palestine under the Ptolemies,” Mizraim 4–5 (1937), pp. 7–90, were particularly important to me. 92 WUNT 10, Tübingen 1969, 3rd edn. 1988; cf. also M. J. E. Sterling, ed. Hellenism in the Land of Israel, Notre Dame, Indiana 2001, pp. 6–37. 93 See section I above. indd l 5/11/2007 6:46:49 PM recollections of a great classical scholar li French, and English essays about Jewish and early Christian history, since these had appeared in disparate periodicals and were often hard to get hold of.
Xii. On this, cf. Himmelfarb (n. 1 above). 59 Der Gott der Makkabäer, pp. 139 and 8. , p. 8, and at the end of Die Makkabäer (n. 54 above), p. 75, and in the preface to the English translation (n. 52 above), p. xiii. 61 C. Schmidt, “‘wa Taschlach Emet Arza . ’ (Dan 8,12),” in J. Brokoff and J. Jacob, ed. Apokalypse und Erinnerung in der deutsch-jüdischen Kultur des frühen 20. Jahrhunderts, Göttingen 2002, pp. 147–170, attempts to bring out the “political theology” and philosophy of history in Bickerman’s book.
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