Building the Second Temple : interpreting the evidence

@inproceedings{Saari2016BuildingTS,
  title={Building the Second Temple : interpreting the evidence},
  author={K. Saari},
  year={2016}
}
This thesis summarizes a brief survey of literature that bears on the question of when the Second Temple was built. To the extent that the launching of Second Temple Judaism is conceptually related to the construction of the Second Temple, an estimate of when the Temple was built is important in assessing the opportunity that the ancient Persian religion, Zoroastrianism, had to influence the ideology and doctrine of the ancient Jewish religion. The thesis is presented in two parts. The first… Expand

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