By meshorer ya'akov
Exam of the cash of historic Israel from forty B.C.E. via four B.C.E.
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2). 54 In his decree of 384 Theodosius does not specify the punishment inXicted on 51 Linder, Jews, 139, remarks that although the decree is addressed to Felix, the praetorian prefect of the diocese of Africa, it had a much broader scope: ‘it was certainly issued as a general law, with identical copies sent to the governors of the other dioceses as well’. 52 Translation by Linder, Jews, 141. 53 Ibid. 139. J. 1. 10. 1 (Constantius to Evagrius), which Linder sees as a parallel to C. Th. 16. 9. 2, issued by Constantine II, cf.
11 Jer. 34: 8–16 and Neh. 12 The same reservations apply to the observance of the law of the Jubilee Year. 13 Laws concerning the manumission of slaves with clear social intentions appear in Jer. 34: 8 V. and Neh. ’15 According to the Torah, no restrictions apply to Israelites’ purchase of slaves of other ethnic origins (cf. Lev. 25: 44–5). Such slaves may be given to one’s children as an inheritance, that is, they may be enslaved permanently or as long as the master wishes (Lev. 24: 46). No particular precautions have to be taken with regard to their treatment.
8. 6). These women do not seem to have been owned by Jews as slaves, though; the texts rather seem to deal with marital relationships between Jews and Christian women which would involve the women’s integration into the Jewish household and their conversion to Judaism. The Denationalization of Slaves 43 the Jewish slave owner but states that it should be ‘commensurate and appropriate to the crime’ (C. Th. 3. 1. 5). 55 The idealist notions that a slave owned by a master who does not share his religion should automatically go free and that the slave’s coreligionists should invest their own money to redeem him from slavery have parallels in rabbinic texts.
Ancient Jewish Coinage Vol. 2: Herod the Great through Bar Cochba by meshorer ya'akov