By Paul Spilsbury

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ISBN-13: 9783161468698

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However, they also exemplify some of the disadvantages of such an approach, especially so far as the present project is concerned. Straight­ forward description of the relationship between Josephus' paraphrase and the relevant biblical texts takes up the better part of 289 and 2 8 6 pages respectively with little room for analysis and comment. If such an approach had been adopted for the present study the sheer size of the task would have made it impracticable. 74 75 There is a further, perhaps more important, reason for not following the Franxman/Begg approach in the present study.

He writes: 45 In the Antiquities there is a . . theological presentation of history, which Josephus achieves by reworking scripture, by transformation of key biblical motifs, and by deployment of a specifically significant Greek terminology. 46 Attridge isolates two primary features of Josephus' "theology". The first is the description of God as one who exercises providence (irpovoia) over his creation, an activity which entails alliance with those who exercise piety and retribution on those who do not.

3. 1. Antiquities Genre In the Jewish Antiquities Josephus set out to do something that at the time of writing the War he had regarded as superfluous. In the preface to that work he wrote: To narrate the ancient history (apxcuoXoyeiv) of the Jews, the origin of the nation and the circumstances of their migration from Egypt, the countries which they traversed in their wanderings, the extent of the territory which they subsequently occupied, and the incidents which led to their deportation, would, I considered, be not only out of place, but superfluous; seeing that many Jews before me have accurately recorded the history of our ancestors, and that these records have been translated by certain Greeks into their native tongue without serious error.

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