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The destruction of the Temple of Jerusalem in 70 CE, which placed an finish to sacrificial worship in Israel, is generally assumed to represent a tremendous caesura in Jewish background. yet how vital used to be it? What relatively replaced as a result of 70? What, by contrast, used to be already altering prior to 70 or remained primarily or nearly -- unchanged regardless of it? How do the Diaspora, which was once lengthy used to Temple-less Judaism, and early Christianity, which used to be born round the similar time, slot in? This Scholion Library quantity provides twenty papers given at a global convention in Jerusalem during which students assessed the importance of 70 for his or her respective fields of specialization, together with Jewish liturgy, legislations, literature, magic, artwork, institutional background, and early Christianity."

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