Tuesday, January 21, 2020

On Berenice, Titus, and "replacement theory"

TABLET MAGAZINE: Berenice, the Jewish Queen of Rome, and the Origins of Replacement Theory. How fear that a single Jew could transform Western society into a Jewish empire led to a broader anti-Semitism (Fredric Brandfon).

Past PaleoJudaica posts involving Julia Berenice, sister of Herod Agrippa II and lover of the Emperor Titus, are here and here.

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