Jews, Judeans, and the Maccabean Crisis
During the Maccabean crisis, residents of Jerusalem were forbidden even to admit that they were Ioudaioi. This chapter reviews the debate about the meaning of Ioudaioi in antiquity (Judeans or Jews?) and discusses the nature of ethnicity, and the ways in which it was formulated.
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