Scripturalization and the Aaronide Dynasties

January 2013
Journal of Hebrew Scriptures;2013, Vol. 13, preceding p1
Academic Journal
The article reports that the Aaronide dynasties never receive credit for the famous and influential religious innovations. Aaronide reproduced Jewish criticisms of Second Temple-era high priests and cast them as the chief plotters against Jesus' life. The Aaronides had casual influence on religious developments in the Second Temple period.


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