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Jewish ossuaries: reburial and rebirth.

Eric M. Meyers

Jewish ossuaries: reburial and rebirth.

Secondary burials in their ancient Near Eastern setting.

by Eric M. Meyers

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Published by Biblical institute press in Rome .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Palestine.
    • Subjects:
    • Ossuaries -- Palestine,
    • Funeral rites and ceremonies, Jewish

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. [97]-107.

      Statement[By] Eric M. Meyers.
      SeriesBiblica et orientalia, 24, Biblica et orientalia; Sacra Scriptura antiquitatibus orientalibus illustrata,, 24.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDS111.9 .M48
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxii, 119 p.
      Number of Pages119
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5327438M
      LC Control Number72180353

      Jewish Ossuaries: Reburial and Rebirth by Eric M. Meyers; Job 29–31 in the Light of Northwest Semitic: A Translation and Philological Commentary by Anthony R. Ceresko; Job in the Light of Northwest Semitic, vol. 1 by Walter L. Michel; Koinōnia in the New Testament: A Dynamic Expression of Christian Life by George Panikulam. Carol L. Meyers holds an MA and a PhD from Brandeis University, and is professor in the department of religion and is associate director of the Women’s Studies Program at Duke.. About Eric M. Meyers. Eric M. Meyers has an MA from Brandeis and a PhD from Harvard. He is also a professor in the department of religion at Duke. He is author of Jewish Ossuaries: Reburial and Rebirth, available.

      Jewish Ossuaries: Reburial and Rebirth. Rome: Biblical Institute. The Theological Implications of an Ancient Jewish Burial Custom. Jewish Quarterly Review Rahmani, Levi A Jewish Tomb on Shahin Hill, Jerusalem. Israel Exploration Journal 8: Jewish Rock-Cut Tombs in Jerusalem.'Atiqot 3: Jewish Ossuaries: Reburial and Rebirth. Rome: Biblical Institute. The Theological Implications of an Ancient Jewish Burial Custom. Jewish Quarterly Review Rahmani, Levi A Jewish Tomb on Shahin Hill, Jerusalem. Israel Exploration Journal 8: Jewish Rock-Cut Tombs in Jerusalem. 'Atiqot 3:

      Meyers, Eric M. Jewish Ossuaries: Reburial and Rebirth, Biblica et Orientalia Rome: Biblical Institute Press, Rahmani, L. Y. "Jerusalem's Tomb Monuments on Jewish Ossuaries." Israel Exploration Journal () Strange, James. "Late Hellenistic and Herodian Ossuary Tombs at French Hill, Jerusalem.". BIBLICA ET ORIENTALIA Questa collana sviluppa gli aspetti della Bibbia direttamente collegati all’Antico Oriente.


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BIBLIOGRAPHY: E.M. Meyers, Jewish Ossuaries: Reburial and Rebirth (): I. Singer (ed.), Graves and Burial Practices in the Ancient Period (); L.Y. Rahmani, A Catalogue of Jewish Ossuaries (); R. Hachlili and A.

Killebrew, Jericho: The Jewish Cemetery of the Second Temple Period (); Y. Billig, "The Use of Ossuaries for Secondary. Jewish Ossuaries: Reburial and Rebirth by Em Meyers,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.

The question of the meaning and origin of Jewish ossuaries has long held the attention of the scholarly world. Since the vast majority of Jewish ossuaries come from the latter part of the Second Temple period they constitute one of the most important bodies of evidence for the recovery of the Judaism of that period.

Their style, their inscriptions, the burial procedures they require, all are. Meyers, Eric M. Jewish Ossuraries: Reburial and Rebirth: Secondary Burials in Their Ancient Near Eastern Setting Biblica et Orientalia. Rome: Biblical Institute Press, Rahmani, Levi Yizhaq.

"Ossuaries and "Ossilegium" (Bone-Gathering) in the late Second Temple Period." In Ancient Jerusalem Revealed, ed. Hillel Geva, Jerusalem. Meyers, Eric M, Jewish Ossuaries: Reburial And Rebirth: Secondary Burials In Their Ancient Near Eastern Setting (Biblica et Orientalia, 24), Biblical Institute Press, Neusner, Jacob, A History of the Mishnaic Law of Purities, Part Ten: Parah: Literary and Historical Problems (Studies in Judaism in Late Antiquity), Wipf and Stock.

For scholarly discussion of ossuaries and the Jew- ish custom of reburial, see E. Meyers, Jewish Ossuaries: Reburial and Rebirth. Second- ary Burials in Their Ancient Near Eastern Setting (BibOr 24; Rome: Pontifical Biblical Institute, ); P.

Figueras, Decorated Jewish Ossuaries (Documenta et. Ossuaries, tomb and other stone inscriptions bearing text relevant to New Testament and early Christian traditions are well covered in this book.

Pertinent Jewish burial practices are also clearly presented. While this book is an excellent resource, loaded with exceptional footnotes, it is also very readable.

Pau Figueras is Senior Lecturer at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev in Early Jewish and Christian Art and Archeology, and the author of a recent book on the subject discussed here, Decorated Jewish Ossuaries. This article is an original contribution to Immanuel. The PBI Old Testament Studies Collection features studies in the Old Testament from the Pontifical Biblical Institute.

The six engaging volumes present erudite perspectives on a number of important issues in the Old Testament. These include the OT application of the narratology method of literary criticism, the OT conception of death, Ezekiel’s prophecy on Tyre, the literary elements and.

removing the bones for reburial. The bones were then placed in an ossuary, or bone box, in anticipation of the resurrection of the dead. The Jewish acceptance of ossuaries was probably based on Ezekiel’s prophecy of the Valley of the Dry Bones ( 1–14), but when the Romans arrived in Judea.

Jewish Ossuaries: Reburial and Rebirth (Rome: Biblical Institute). –72 The Theological Implications of an Ancient Jewish Burial Custom.

Jewish Quarterly Review – Rahmani, L. A Jewish Tomb on Shahin Hill, Jerusalem. Israel Exploration Journal – Jewish Rock-Cut Tombs in Jerusalem.

‘Atiqot –   Jewish Ossuaries: Reburial and Rebirth. It is, but it only deals with reburials, not the primary burial. Posts Reply. The bible is more like a puzzle, in the sense that a chapter or verse in a particular book (for instance the psalms) could be used to interpret another chapter or verse in the the gospel of John (in this case the.

4 Meyers, Eric M., Jewish Ossuaries: Reburial and Rebirth “Jewish Ossuaries and Secondary Burial,” 43; and, Rahmani, “Ancient Jerusalem's Funerary Customs and Tombs, Part One,” Rahmani especially notes the positive psychological and sociological effects of secondary burial.

OSSUARIES Rectangular containers of limestone, baked clay, or wood, used to store the bones of bodies deposited in the loculi of tombs or caves, to make room there for new burials. Several hundred ossuaries, some plain, many decorated on one side with matching rosettes in a paneled framework, have been found near Jerusalem, Nablus, and other places in Palestine.

12 Perhaps the most important study of Jewish burial practices through the Roman period is Meyers, Eric M., Jewish Ossuaries: Reburial and Rebirth. Secondary Burials in Their Ancient Near Eastern Setting (Biblica et Orientalia, No.

a) (Rome: Biblical Institute Press, ). This book has an excellent and exhaustive bibliography. Also noteworthy is Meyers' more popular treatment of the topic in. The Jewish practice of ossilegium, that is, the reburial of the bones of the deceased (see the books by E.

Meyers and C. Evans), may explain Jesus' cryptic remark to the would-be follower who requested that he first be allowed to "bury his father." Jesus replies: "Let the dead bury their own dead" (Matt = Luke ).

Jewish Ossuaries: Reburial and Rebirth. Rome: Biblical Institute. The Theological Implications of an Ancient Jewish Burial Custom. Jewish Quarterly Review Rahmani, Levi A Jewish Tomb on Shahin Hill, Jerusalem.

Israel Exploration Journal 8: Jewish Rock-Cut Tombs in Jerusalem. 'Atiqot 3:. In Death, Burial and Rebirth in the Religions of Antiquity, Jon Davies charts the significance of death to the emerging religious cults in the pre-Christian and early Christian world.

He analyses the varied burial rituals and examines the different notions of the afterlife. Among the areas covered are:* Osiris and Isis: the life theology of Ancient Egypt* burying the Jewish dead* Roman.A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text.add.

bibliography: E.M. Meyers, Jewish Ossuaries: Reburial and Rebirth (): I. Singer (ed.), Graves and Burial Practices in the Ancient Period (); L.Y.

Rahmani, A Catalogue of Jewish Ossuaries (); R. Hachlili and A. Killebrew, Jericho: The Jewish Cemetery of the Second Temple Period (); Y.

Billig, "The Use of Ossuaries for.