By Federico Moises Colautti
This paintings covers Flavius Josephus' presentation of the ceremonial dinner of Passover in his works. It analyzes the texts during which Flavius Josephus mentions this banquet in his paraphrase of the Bible. Then the references to Passover within the remainder of his works are thought of.
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Mason: S. , Flavius Josephus on the Pharisees, 325-371. G. Stemberger METHODOLOGICAL PREMISES 21 reason, one must be very prudent in the use of other material in order to confirm or deny the data that he provides. D. and, in particular, in the understanding of the significance of Passover during this period. In practice, it may well be impossible to resolve all the puzzles already mentioned within the scope of this study. However, it is important not to consider them insuperable obstacles. An attempt will be made to synthesise the additions of FJ in his rewriting of the Sacred Scriptures, in order to understand the significance of this feast in his time.
It says that the first sheaf shall be offered on the day following the Saturday (rQ$il). In the Jewish tradition there are two ways of inter- THE PENTATEUCH 39 preting this phrase:32 one which sees in the word ni)©n (Saturday) a synonym for the feast, so that the offering should be made on the day following the feast, whether it be the Saturday or not; the other interprets the Saturday as the seventh day of the week, so that the offering will always be made on the Sunday following the first Saturday after the feast.
Segal, The Hebrew Passover, 95-101. With respect to early versions, cf. P. Brock, "An Early Interpretation of pasah:5aggen," 27-34; D. ," 14-17. 2£2 (to save), since both appear in parallel in Exod 12:27, and that the whole problem stems from this. Also, the ambiguity could have been generated by Exod 12:23, where the LXX personifies the destruction as 6 6A,e9pet)tov and God, preventing his entry into the house of the Israelites, would have "defended" them. In this case also, the agreement with the MT indicates a Semitic source, even if it is a gloss.
Passover in the Works of Josephus (Supplements to the Journal for the Study of Judaism, V. 75) by Federico Moises Colautti