Supplements to the Journal for the study of Judaism ; v. 131.
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Wisdom and women at Qumran From generation to generation : the sage as father in early Jewish literature The categories of rich and poor in the Qumran sapiential literature "Who has been tested by gold and found perfect?" : Ben Sira's discourse of riches and poverty /(with Claudia V. Camp) "Fear the Lord and honor the priest" : Ben Sira as defender of the Jerusalem priesthood "Put the nations in fear of you" : Ben Sira and the problem of foreign rule Wisdom, instruction and social location in Ben Sira and 1 Enoch Ben Sira on the sage as exemplar B. Sanhedrin 100b and rabbinic knowledge of Ben Sira The Jewish scriptures in Greek : the Septuagint in the context of ancient translation activity [ʻEved/doulos] : terms and social status in the meeting of Hebrew-biblical and Hellenistic-Roman culture Access to the source : Cicero, Ben Sira, the Septuagint and their audiences The Letter of Aristeas and the reception history of the Septuagint Translation as Scripture : the Septuagint in Aristeas and Philo Three Jewish ritual practices in Aristeas [sections] 158-160.
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Includes bibliographical references and indexes.