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by Fabian E. Udoh

eBook To Caesar What Is Caesar's: Tribute, Taxes, and Imperial Administration in Early Roman (Brown Judaic Studies, No. 343) ePub
Author: Fabian E. Udoh
Language: English
ISBN: 1930675259
ISBN13: 978-1930675254
Publisher: Brown Judaic Studies (March 7, 2006)
Pages: 368
Category: Ancient Civilizations
Subcategory: History
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This book is the first detailed and comprehensive study of taxation in Jewish Palestine in the Early Roman period, from the conquest of the Jewish state by Pompey in 63 . to the fall of Jerusalem in 70 .

This book is the first detailed and comprehensive study of taxation in Jewish Palestine in the Early Roman period, from the conquest of the Jewish state by Pompey in 63 . Rather than constructing theoretical models of the economic conditions of Palestine, this study is based on a historical analysis of the. extant sources. Judea s systems of taxation depended on the politics of its relationship with Rome and its magistrates

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Book Description BROWN JUDAIC STUDIES, United States, 2006. Fabian E. Udoh investigates the system of taxation in Palestine under Roman authority. Udoh examines Roman tribute in Jewish Palestine under Pompey (63-47 BC), Caesar (47-44 BC), Cassius and Antony in the East (43-40 BC). He also covers Herodian taxation (37-4 BC), taxation of Judea under the governors, and tithes in the Second Temple period. He concludes that Jewish responses to Roman and Herodian taxation were not simply tied to economic concerns but were intricately a part of Jewish responses to Roman imperialism.

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This book is the first detailed and comprehensive study of taxation in Jewish Palestine in the Early Roman period, from the conquest of the Jewish state by Pompey in 63 B.C.E. to the fall of Jerusalem in 70 C.E. Rather than constructing theoretical models of the economic conditions of Palestine, this study is based on a historical analysis of the extant sources. Judea s systems of taxation depended on the politics of its relationship with Rome and its magistrates. This work clarifies the problem of taxation and the role that economic factors might have played both in the rise of early Christianity and in the Revolt of 66 C.E. By situating Judea within its wider context within the Roman empire, this study also contributes more generally to our understanding of Roman provincial administration.
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