Judeans in Babylonia: A Study of Deportees in the Sixth and Fifth Centuries BCE

Forskningsoutput: Bok/rapportBok

Sammanfattning

In Judeans in Babylonia, Tero Alstola presents a comprehensive investigation of deportees in the sixth and fifth centuries BCE. By using cuneiform documents as his sources, he offers the first book-length social historical study of the Babylonian Exile, commonly regarded as a pivotal period in the development of Judaism.
The results are considered in the light of the wider Babylonian society and contrasted against a comparison group of Neirabian deportees. Studying texts from the cities and countryside and tracking developments over time, Alstola shows that there was notable diversity in the Judeans’ socio-economic status and integration into Babylonian society.
Originalspråkengelska
UtgivningsortLeiden
FörlagBrill
ISBN (tryckt)978-90-04-36541-4
ISBN (elektroniskt)978-90-04-36542-1
DOI
StatusPublicerad - 2020
MoE-publikationstypC1 Separata vetenskapliga böcker

Publikationsserier

NamnCulture and History of the Ancient Near East
FörlagBrill
Volym109
ISSN (tryckt)1566-2055
ISSN (elektroniskt)1566-2055

Vetenskapsgrenar

  • 615 Historia och arkeologi
  • 614 Teologi

Citera det här

Alstola, Tero. / Judeans in Babylonia : A Study of Deportees in the Sixth and Fifth Centuries BCE. Leiden : Brill, 2020. (Culture and History of the Ancient Near East).
@book{ad15515e99034381a583be90ef56c474,
title = "Judeans in Babylonia: A Study of Deportees in the Sixth and Fifth Centuries BCE",
abstract = "In Judeans in Babylonia, Tero Alstola presents a comprehensive investigation of deportees in the sixth and fifth centuries BCE. By using cuneiform documents as his sources, he offers the first book-length social historical study of the Babylonian Exile, commonly regarded as a pivotal period in the development of Judaism.The results are considered in the light of the wider Babylonian society and contrasted against a comparison group of Neirabian deportees. Studying texts from the cities and countryside and tracking developments over time, Alstola shows that there was notable diversity in the Judeans’ socio-economic status and integration into Babylonian society.",
keywords = "615 History and Archaeology, Assyriologia, Assyriology, 614 Theology, Vanhan testamentin eksegetiikka, Old Testament studies",
author = "Tero Alstola",
year = "2020",
doi = "10.1163/9789004365421",
language = "English",
isbn = "978-90-04-36541-4",
series = "Culture and History of the Ancient Near East",
publisher = "Brill",
address = "Netherlands",

}

Judeans in Babylonia : A Study of Deportees in the Sixth and Fifth Centuries BCE. / Alstola, Tero.

Leiden : Brill, 2020. (Culture and History of the Ancient Near East; Vol. 109).

Forskningsoutput: Bok/rapportBok

TY - BOOK

T1 - Judeans in Babylonia

T2 - A Study of Deportees in the Sixth and Fifth Centuries BCE

AU - Alstola, Tero

PY - 2020

Y1 - 2020

N2 - In Judeans in Babylonia, Tero Alstola presents a comprehensive investigation of deportees in the sixth and fifth centuries BCE. By using cuneiform documents as his sources, he offers the first book-length social historical study of the Babylonian Exile, commonly regarded as a pivotal period in the development of Judaism.The results are considered in the light of the wider Babylonian society and contrasted against a comparison group of Neirabian deportees. Studying texts from the cities and countryside and tracking developments over time, Alstola shows that there was notable diversity in the Judeans’ socio-economic status and integration into Babylonian society.

AB - In Judeans in Babylonia, Tero Alstola presents a comprehensive investigation of deportees in the sixth and fifth centuries BCE. By using cuneiform documents as his sources, he offers the first book-length social historical study of the Babylonian Exile, commonly regarded as a pivotal period in the development of Judaism.The results are considered in the light of the wider Babylonian society and contrasted against a comparison group of Neirabian deportees. Studying texts from the cities and countryside and tracking developments over time, Alstola shows that there was notable diversity in the Judeans’ socio-economic status and integration into Babylonian society.

KW - 615 History and Archaeology

KW - Assyriologia

KW - Assyriology

KW - 614 Theology

KW - Vanhan testamentin eksegetiikka

KW - Old Testament studies

U2 - 10.1163/9789004365421

DO - 10.1163/9789004365421

M3 - Book

SN - 978-90-04-36541-4

T3 - Culture and History of the Ancient Near East

BT - Judeans in Babylonia

PB - Brill

CY - Leiden

ER -