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Some scholars of Jewish history of Late Antiquity claim that in the second century C.E. rabbis and rabbinic tradition had no substantial influence on the lives of Jews outside of the rabbis' own small coteries. An argument used to support this claim is the apparent absence of any reference to rabbinic law in the legal documents found in the Judaean...
An examination of texts in Lucian, and particularly the usage of the term aithrion, leads to the conclusion that Greeks of the Roman period practiced both sand and mud wrestling in the open air. Features of the palaestra at Olympia seem to be consistent with this conclusion, and the query is posed to archaeologists as to whether other monuments sup...
Effetti Personali Della “Patria Potestas”. I: Dalle Origini al Periodo Degli Antonini. By Alfredo Mordechai Rabello. [Università degli Studi di Milano, Facoltà di Giurisprudenza, Pubblicazioni dell'Istituto di Diritto Romano, 12, Milan, Giuffre, 1979, xvi + 408 pp.]. - Volume 16 Issue 4 - Ranon Katzoff
Daube Noster: Essays in Legal History for David Daube. Edited by Alan Watson [Edinburgh and London, Scottish Academic Press, 1974, £8.50]. - Volume 11 Issue 3 - Ranon Katzoff