Josephus on Paneion

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In an interesting articale published in 2007, however, the late Alla Kushnir-Stein pointed astutely to a case that clearly violates the first rule, and she interpreted it according to an assumption that violates the second one. Namely, she pointed out that Josephus's description of Paneion in War 1 includes knowledge of events that occurred long after Nicolaus's death, and she explained the relevant data based on the assumption that Josephus's description of Paneion in Antiquities 15 was composed on the basis of that passage in War1. (מתוך המאמר)
Translated title of the contributionיוסף בן-מתתיהו על פאניון (בניאס)
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)*68-*55
Journalירושלים וארץ-ישראל
StatePublished - 2020

IHP publications

  • IHP publications
  • Archaeological dating
  • Banias (Israel)
  • Herod -- I -- King of Judea -- 73 B.C.-4 B.C
  • Kushnir-Stein, Alla
  • Quarreling


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