Diaspora: Jews amidst Greeks and Romans

@inproceedings{Gruen2002DiasporaJA,
  title={Diaspora: Jews amidst Greeks and Romans},
  author={E. Gruen},
  year={2002}
}
Introduction Part I: Jewish Life in the Diaspora 1. The Jews in Rome 2. The Jews in Alexandria 3. Jews in the Province of Asia 4. Civic and Sacral Institutions in the Diaspora Part II: Jewish Constructs of Diaspora Life 5. Diaspora Humor I: Historical Fiction 6. Diaspora Humor II: Biblical Recreations 7. Jewish Constructs of Greeks and Hellenism 8. Diaspora and Homeland Abbreviations Notes Bibliography Index 
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