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Sodalis endosymbiont of Aelia fieberi

 
National Institutes of Health

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2017
Review
2017
................................................................................................................................. ii PREFACE .................................................................................................................................... iii TABLE OF CONTENTS ............................................................................................................. iv ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS .......................................................................................................... v CHAPTER 1: Introduction .......................................................................................................... 1 1.1: Literature Review ................................................................................................................. 1 1.2: A Brief Historical Survey of Judaea ..................................................................................... 6 1.3: Chapter Outline .................................................................................................................... 8 1.4: Conclusion ............................................................................................................................ 9 CHAPTER 2: Laying the Foundations for Aelia Capitolina ................................................... 10 2.1: Introduction ........................................................................................................................ 10 2.2: Prior Unrest ........................................................................................................................ 10 2.3: A Brief Examination of Dio and Xiphilinus ...................................................................... 16 2.4: The Foundation of Aelia Capitolina ................................................................................... 23 2.5: The Jewish Response to Aelia Capitolina .......................................................................... 30 2.6: Conclusion .......................................................................................................................... 34 CHAPTER 3: Cutting Out the Ban on Circumcision .............................................................. 35 3.1: Introduction ........................................................................................................................ 35 3.2: Reliability and Analysis of the Sources ............................................................................. 36 3.2.1: Historia Augusta .......................................................................................................... 36 3.2.2: Digest ........................................................................................................................... 38 3.3: Roman Sources and Circumcision ..................................................................................... 40 3.3.1: The Absence of a Ban on Circumcision before Hadrian ............................................. 41 3.3.2: Proselytes and Circumcision ....................................................................................... 45 3.3.3: Slavery and Circumcision ........................................................................................... 50 3.4: Rabbinic Sources on the Ban on Circumcision .................................................................. 53 3.5: Conclusion .......................................................................................................................... 58 CHAPTER 4: Comparing Provincial Revolts .......................................................................... 60 4.1: Introduction ........................................................................................................................ 60 4.2: Conquest and Acculturation ............................................................................................... 61 4.3: Administrative and Financial Problems ............................................................................. 64 4.4: A Charismatic Leader ......................................................................................................... 69 4.5: Surprise Attack ................................................................................................................... 71 4.6: Socio-Religious Disturbances ............................................................................................ 72 4.7: Conclusion .......................................................................................................................... 76 CHAPTER 5: Conclusion ........................................................................................................... 77 BIBLIOGRAPHY ........................................................................................................................ 79 
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2014
2014
The spermathecae of four species of Eurydema (E. fieberi Schummel 1837, E. oleraceum (Linnaeus 1758), E. ornatum (Linnaeus, 1758… Expand
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2013
2013
Musluman Egemenligi Kavraminin Yonetici Yonu: Hz Omer'in Aelia Halkina Verdigi Emanname Uzerine Elestirel Bir Analiz… Expand
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2007
2007
This article attempts to reconstruct the heathen cults which existed in Jerusalem after the destruction of the second temple in… Expand
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2002
2002
 
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2002
2002
Photoperiodic responses and their adaptive significance were examined in Riptortus clavatus (Heteroptera: Alydidae), Plautia… Expand
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1997
1997
The wheat bug, Aelia germari, feeds on developing wheat kernels, causing a loss in baking quality of the harvested wheat… Expand
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1995
1995
Photoperiodic sensitivity was examined in adults of a bivoltine bug, Aelia fieberi Scott, by exposing insects to long-day or… Expand
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