Among the many gods worshipped in Roman Egypt was the one God of the Jews. By the time the Romans arrived, Judaism was well-established in the country. Under the Ptolemies, Jewish communities had generally thrived, with some adopting Greek culture end language. The Septuagint was the Greek translation of the Torah, originally written in Hebrew. Jews such as Philo of Alexandria used Greek version of the bible, and for Christians it became part of their Old Testament.
    Originele taal-2English
    SubtitelFaith after the Pharaohs
    RedacteurenC. Flück, G. Helmecke, E.R. O'Connell
    Plaats van productieLondon
    UitgeverijStaatliche Museen zu Berlin and Trustees of the British Museum
    Aantal pagina's6
    ISBN van geprinte versie9780714151144
    StatusPublished - 2015


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