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I Maccabees : a new translation, with introduction and commentary / by Jonathan A. Goldstein.


1st ed.. Garden City, N.Y. : Doubleday, 1976.
ISBN 0385085338, 9780385085335

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Other Title Bible.
Other Authors Goldstein, Jonathan A., 1929-
Subjects Bible. A.T. Maccabées, 1er, 1er -- Critique, interprétation, etc.
Bible. Apocrypha. Maccabees, 1st.
Bible. Maccabees, 1st -- Commentaries.
I Makkabeeën (bijbelboek)
Makkabäer <Buch, I.>
Series Bible. 1964 ; v. 41.
Description xxiii, 592 pages : maps ; 24 cm.
Copyright Date 1976.
Notes Includes indexes.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 180-186).
Contents Introduction pp The content and character of our two books -- The extant sources of First and Second Macabees -- Josephus and the work of Onias IV -- The date and setting of First and Second Macabees in the polemics of the Hasmonaean period -- Sources of First and Second Macabees no longer extant -- What really happened: the civic and religious policies of Antiochus IV -- What really happened: chronilogical table -- The witnesses to the text -- Selected bibliography -- Translation and notes -- The Hellenistic empire from Alexander to Antiochus IV (1:1-10) -- The Jewish Hellenizers (1:11-15) -- The victories of Antiochus IV in Egypt (169 B.C.E.) (1:16-19) -- Antiochus IV punished the Jews (1:20-64) -- Mattathias' act of zeal (2:1-26) -- Mattathias' guerrilla campaign (2:27-48) -- Mattathias' last words (2:49-70) -- Judas' early victories (3:1-26) -- The king marches eastward (3:27-37) -- Judas defeats Nicanor and Gorgias (3:38--4:25) -- Lysias fails to crush Judas' band (4:26-35) -- The restoration of the temple (4:36-61) -- Wars with hostile neighbors (5:1-68) -- The death of Antiochus IV (6:1-17) -- The expedition of Antiochus V and Lysias (6:18-63) -- The high priest Alcimus and the campaign of Nicanor (7:1-50) -- The alliance with Rome (8:1-32) -- The death of Judas (9:1-22) -- Jonathan succeeds Judas (9:23-31) -- Jonathan as guerrilla chieftan (9:32-73) -- Alexander Balas makes Jonathan high priest (10:1-21) -- Jonathan grows in power (10:22-66) -- Jonathan defeats Apollonius (10:67-89) -- The fall of Alexander Balas (11: 1-19) -- Demetrius II honors Jonathan and the Jews (11:20-37) -- Jonathan breaks with Demetrius II (11:38-59) -- Victories under Antiochus VI (11:60-74) -- Diplomacy with Rome and Sparta (12:1-23) -- Further gains under Antiochus VI (12:24-38) -- Tryphon treacherously captures Jonathan (12:39-53) -- Simon leads the Jews to liberty (13:1-42) -- Further victories under Simon (13:43-53) -- Simon's glory (14:1-49) -- Simon is bold to Antiochus VII (15:1-36) -- Simon and sons rout Kendebaios (15:37-16:10) -- Simon's death (16:11-24).
Genre Commentaries.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)1992034
(OCoLC)ocm01992034
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