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From the Publisher'...any scholar interested in the broad subject of ethnicity in the ancient world, and in the more narrow subject of Jewish interaction with that world, would learn much. ...a timely volume full of rich pickings and one which helpfully brings together the important thoughts of a significant player in ancient Jewish studies.'
James Carleton Paget, Journal of Theological Studies, 2002.
‘...most welcome, an inspired idea, and a boon for scholars and students of this subject.’
Erich S. Gruen, Scripta Classica Israelica, 2002.
‘Rajak’s scholarship is solid and well-considered…a convenient collection of valuable contributions to this dynamic field.’
James E. Bowley, Religious Studies Review, 2002.