Babylonian exile

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  • This influence was particularly strong during the period of Jewish history known as Babylonian exile. Cited from The Religion of Babylonia and Assyria, by Morris Jastrow
  • These carry the record of Israel's life down to the Babylonian exile. Cited from Value of the Old Testament, by Charles Foster Kent
  • Some Jews appear to have lived there after the return from the Babylonian exile, however.
  • The Babylonian exile gave a great opportunity and incentive to the further development of written law. Cited from Value of the Old Testament, by Charles Foster Kent
  • These words undoubtedly cannot have been written before the Babylonian exile. Cited from Prolegomena, Julius Wellhausen
  • The second came at the time of the Jews' return from the Babylonian exile.
  • According to traditional rabbinic dating, this took place about fifty-two years after the start of the Babylonian Exile.
  • Again, during the Babylonian exile the influence of the same powerful civilization upon the thought and religion of Israel was also strongly felt. Cited from Value of the Old Testament, by Charles Foster Kent
  • The Fourth age is from David until the Babylonian exile.
  • The so-called Babylonian exile brought Hebrews and Babylonians once more side by side. Cited from The Religion of Babylonia and Assyria, by Morris Jastrow
  • It seems probable, therefore, that the ancient story of Job was committed to writing by some priest during the Babylonian exile. Cited from Value of the Old Testament, by Charles Foster Kent
  • A reaction set in afterwards, it is true; but the Babylonian exile completed the triumph of the law. Cited from Prolegomena, Julius Wellhausen
  • Monogamy had been the rule of Jewish life from the period of the return from the Babylonian Exile. Cited from Judaism, by Israel Abrahams
  • Jews have lived in Greece possibly since the Babylonian exile.
  • This was the centre of Jewish scholarship during the Babylonian exile. Cited from Marvels of Modern Science, by Paul Severing
  • It must have been common among the Hebrews during the period of the Babylonian exile -- perhaps through Babylonian influence. Cited from The Religion of Babylonia and Assyria, by Morris Jastrow
  • The older collections, such as the priestly teachings, were probably made early in the Babylonian exile. Cited from Value of the Old Testament, by Charles Foster Kent
  • In the temple rebuilt after the Babylonian Exile the Golden Altar was restored.
  • The Fifth age is from the Babylonian exile to the advent of Christ.
  • The word is of Babylonian origin, adopted by the Jews with other calendar names after the Babylonian exile. Cited from The Project Gutenberg Encyclopedia Volume 1 of 28
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