Jonathan R. Trotter. The Jerusalem Temple in Diaspora: Jewish Practice and Thought during the Second Temple Period. Brill, 2019.Excerpt:
Trotter has tackled the difficult topic of ancient Jewish identity using two sets of evidence that reflect parallel, but distinct discourses of identity: one centered in lived practices (pilgrimage and donation) and one constructed by a group of texts from the late Second Temple Period. In other words, The Jerusalem Temple analyzes both what people did to connect to the temple and what they said about it.I noted the publication of the book here.
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