Passover in the Works of Josephus (Supplements to the by Federico Moises Colautti

By Federico Moises Colautti

This paintings covers Flavius Josephus' presentation of the banquet of Passover in his works. It analyzes the texts during which Flavius Josephus mentions this ceremonial dinner in his paraphrase of the Bible. Then the references to Passover within the remainder of his works are thought of.

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Passover in the Works of Josephus (Supplements to the Journal for the Study of Judaism, V. 75)

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These last two seem to become effective after the people reach the Promised Land (Exod 13:5, 11). 1. Summary The greatest quantity of omissions which one finds in Ant. 311319, consists of the liturgical prescriptions laid down by God to Moses for the celebration of Passover. Nonetheless, since many of these instructions are put aside in the biblical text when Moses gives 2(1 A. Le Boulluec - P. Sandevoir, La Bible d'Alexandrie, II, 153 n. 1. E. Nodet, La Bible de Josephe, 53. In this case, the hypothesis about the use of a Semitic text gains in weight, because it agrees not only with the LXX, but also with Sam.

The order is also given, as in Exod 12:10, that nothing of the sacrifice must remain until the following day. Since FJ omits the entire episode of the golden calf,41 logically he does not include the second list of laws. However, as the preceding texts have shown, one of the elements of Passover which he most emphasises is precisely the law that demands the consumption of the entire sacrifice during the night (cf. Ant. 248). In Ant. 294, after describing the manufacture of the trumpets (Num 10:1-10), FJ returns to the text of Num 9:1 14, which describes the second celebration of Passover after the Exodus from Egypt.

Feldman, "Use, Authority and Exegesis," 471. W. Attridge, The Interpretation of Biblical History, 78-92. D. V. Spottorno, "Flavio Josefo. Tecnicas de adaptation," 227-234; M. Harl, "L'originalite lexicale de la version grecque du Deuteronome," 1-20. 18 CHAPTER ONE In light of what has already been said, it is necessary to refer back to the foreword for an explanation of the presumption that FJ is not simply bluffing when he claims to be faithful to his source. This would be rather unlikely since a scrutiny on the veracity of his works is not merely plausible, but a known fact and one admitted by FJ himself {Life 367).

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