History of the Jewish People: From Yavneh to Pumbedisa, Volume 2

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Mesorah Publications, 1986 - History - 332 pages
For the first time, Jewish history is presented according to authentic Jewish sources; well researched and clearly illustrated with photos, charts, and maps. Vol. II: From Yavneh to Pumbedisa: In this volume, we trace the history of the Jews from the destruction of the Second Temple through the era of the Geonim.
 

Contents

PART
7
Rabban Shimon Ben Gamliel as Nasi
13
The Reestablishment of the Sanhedrin
16
Rabban Gamliel of Yavneh
25
The Nasl Deposed and ReInstated
37
From Yavneh to Usha and from Usha to Yavneh
43
An Ambitious New Emperor Trajans Decision Yavneh AbandonedRome Goes
55
Vengeance and Martyrdom
62
The Seventh and Last Generation of Amoralm
203
The Talmud
212
The Byzantine Threat and the Rise of Islam
223
The Spread of Islam
229
The Two Yeshivos
235
Revival of the Office of Reish Galusa
241
Community Organization
247
Eretz Yisrael during the Geonic Period
253

The Religious Persecution Ends
72
A Period of Relative StabilityThe Death of Rabbi End of an Era Rabban Gamliel III
104
The Righteousness of ExileExile Without AntiSemitism Those Who Chose to Remain
113
The Fallacy of NameCounting as Historical ProofThe Rashei Galusa The Babylonian
124
The First Generation of Amoralm
135
The Third and Fourth Generations of Amoraim in Eretz Yisrael
163
The Third Generation of Amoraim in Babylonia
170
The Fifth and Last Geneation of Amoraim in Eretz Yisrael
187
The Fifth and Sixth Generation of Amoraim in Babylonia
197
The Third Jewry
259
The Second Hundred Years of the Geonic
270
The Karaites Heirs of Heresy
277
Conflict and Creativity
286
The Move to Baghdad Instability in the Two Yeshivos The Calendar Dispute
293
The End of Babylonian Supremacy
301
Shmuel
327
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