Although instances in other Hellenistic Jewish literature are less common—the usage is absent, e. In Hebrew, is used with reference to non-Jewish individuals as early as CD The plural appears some times in the Greek translation of the Hebrew scriptures.
The word, in the singular, appears once in the Greek NT Acts By contrast, Tertullian tends to use forms of the loan word ethnicus when he needs to speak of individual non-Jews e. Plural: Acts The pattern is dominant but not thoroughgoing; in addition to instances where a form of Graecus could scarcely have been avoided e. Hans Kurath, Sherman M.
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Some paths have highlighted the extent to which conflict and tension acted as the main frame of reference. Traditionally prominent here has been discussion of major flash points, such as those associated with the actions of Antiochus IV Epiphanes and the responses by Jews to his actions. At the same time, there is a growing awareness of the importance of situating these discussions in the context of developments within the study of the ancient Roman world and of how its empire functioned.
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