The Temple of Jerusalem: From Moses to the Messiah: In Honor of Professor Louis H. Feldman

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Steven Fine is Professor of Jewish History at Yeshiva University in New York City, where he focuses upon interrelationships between the literature of ancient Judaism, art and archaeology. Dr. Fine holds a doctorate in Jewish history from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, an MA in art history from the University of Southern California and a BA in religious studies from the University of California, Santa Barbara.
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Table of Contents

Words of Celebration
Richard M. Joel, Yeshiva University
1. The Inauguration of the Tabernacle Service at Sinai
Gary A. Anderson, University of Notre Dame
2. God as Refuge and Temple as Refuge in the Psalms
Shalom Holtz, Yeshiva University
3. “See, I Have Called by the Renowned Name of Bezalel, Son of Uri…”:
Josephus on the Biblical “Architect.”
Steven Fine, Yeshiva University
4. The Temple Scroll: A Utopian Temple Plan from Second Temple Times
Lawrence H. Schiffman, New York University
5. From Toleration to Destruction: Roman Policy and the Jewish Temple
Miriam Pucci Ben Zeev, Ben Gurion University
6. Notes on the Virtual Reconstruction of the Herodian Period Temple and Courtyards
Joshua Schwartz and Yehoshua Peleg, Bar Ilan University
7. Envisioning the Sanctuaries of Israel —The Academic and Creative Process of Archaeological Model Making
Leen Ritmeyer, Trinity Southwest University
8. Construction, Destruction and Reconstruction: The Temple in Pesiqta Rabbati
Rivka Ulmer, Bucknell University
9. The Mosaic Tabernacle as the Only Legitimate Sanctuary: The Biblical Tabernacle in Samaritanism
Reinhardt Pummer, University of Ottawa
10. Why Is There No Zoroastrian Central Temple?: A Thought Experiment
Yaakov Elman, Yeshiva University
11. Rival Claims: Christians, Muslims and the Jerusalem Holy Places
Frank E. Peters, New York University
12. Imagining the Temple in Late Medieval Spanish Altarpieces
Vivian B. Mann, Jewish Theological Seminary of America
13. Images of the Temple in Sefer ha-Bahir
Jonathan Dauber, Yeshiva University
14. Interpreting “the Resting of the Shekhinah”: Exegetical Implications of the Theological Debate among Maimonides, Nahmanides and Sefer ha-Hinnukh
Mordechai Z. Cohen, Yeshiva University
15. Remembering the Temple: Commemoration and Catastrophe in Ashkenazi Culture
Jacob J. Schacter, Yeshiva University
16. The Temple of Jerusalem from the Renaissance to the Enlightenment
Matt Goldish, Ohio State University
17. “Jerusalem Rebuilt”: The Temple in the Fin-de-siècle Zionist Imagination
Jess Olson, Yeshiva University
18. Avi Yonah’s Model of Second Temple Jerusalem and the Development of Israeli Visual Culture
Maya Balakirsky Katz, Touro College
19. Jerusalem during the First and Second Temple Periods: Recent Excavations and Discoveries On and Near the Temple Mount
Ann Killebrew, Pennsylvania State University
20. Digging the Temple Mount: Archaeology and the Arab-Israeli Conflict from the British Mandate to the Present
Robert O. Freedman, Johns Hopkins University
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