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2-hydroxyglutaryl-CoA dehydratase from Clostridium symbiosum.
Component D (HgdAB) of 2-hydroxyglutaryl-CoA dehydratase from Clostridium symbiosum was purified to homogeneity. It is able to use component A from Acidaminococcus fermentans (HgdC) to initiateExpand
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What's in a name? Antiochus in Josephus' 'Bellum Judaicum'
T he name Antiochus appears some fifty-three times in Josephus’ Bellum Judaicum. It evidently refers to different individual bearers of that name and once is part of a place name (BJ 1.105). If forExpand
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Josephus and Jewish history in Flavian Rome and beyond
The essays in this volume focus on the relationship between Josephus' Judean and Jewish identity on the one hand, and his life and writings in the context of Flavian Rome on the other. From veryExpand
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Nicolaus of Damascus
Nicolaus of Damascus was a peripatetic philosopher, diplomat, confidant, and emissary of Herod the Great, biographer of Augustus (see Augustus (Imperator Caesar Augustus)), and writer of a worldExpand
The ancient lists of contents of Josephus’ antiquities
The ancient reader, not unlike the postmodern individual suffering from information overload, was apt to seek information about the contents of a book before reading through it, or to have itExpand
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“Where Two or Three . . .”: Shekhinah and Matthew 18:20: Foundations for Jewish-Christian Dialogue and Beyond?
The term shekhinta, in Hebrew Shekhinah (“dwelling,” “[Divine] presence”), is quite common in the Aramaic translations of the Hebrew Bible (Targumim) and in other parts of rabbinic 1. An earlierExpand