Scharer in his sketch of Nabataean history appended to Gesch.
Scharer in Zeit.
- The most comprehensive of modern booksdealing with the period is Emil Scharer, Geschichte des Judischen Volkes im Zeitalter Jesu Christi (3 vols., Leipzig, 1901 foil.).
Schlatter's Geschichte Israel's von Alexander dem Grossen bis Hadrian (2nd ed., 1906) is perhaps the least dependent upon Scharer and attempts more than others to interpret the fragmentary evidence available.
Charles has done much by his editions to restore to their proper prominence in connexion with Jewish history the Testaments of the Twelve Patriarchs, The Book of Jubilees, Enoch, &c. But Scharer gives a complete bibliography to which it must suffice to refer.
- See Scharer, G.
Scharer', Geschichte des jiid.
Scharer, Geschichte des jiidischen Volkes (3rd ed., 1901), i.
5 On the question of Theodotion's date, Scharer (Geschichte des jildischen Volkes, Bd.
See for the former the excellent summary of Scharer, Geschichte des jiidischen Volkes im Zeitalter Jesu Christi, 3rd ed., vol.
See Ball, pp. 260-261, and Scharer in loc., for a full bibliography.
Scharer, The Jewish People in the Time of Jesus Christ, div.
See Scharer, Gesch.
The synagogues in the Gentile cities had generally attached to them, in more or less close connexion a multitude of those " who feared God " and frequented the services (Scharer, Gesch.
The reclaiming of the wild district of Hauran for civilization and Hellenistic life was due in the first instance to the house of Herod (Scharer, Gesch.
We have already noticed the work done by the Herodian dynasty in furthering Hellenism in Syria (see Scharer, Gesch.
For Jewish Hellenism see Scharer, op. cit.
See Scharer ii.
All modern authorities are given by Scharer (J.
Scharer, Geschichte des jiidischen Volkes im Zeitalter Jesu Christi (3rd ed., 1898); S.
Emil Scharer, History of the Jewish People in the Time of Jesus Christ (Eng.
Reusch, Das Buch Tobias (Freiburg, 1857) Scharer, Geschichte, 3rd edition; Ad.
Scharer in Sitzber.
Scharer (Geschichte des jiidischen Volkes, ii., 4th ed., pp. 447-456, 475-4 8 9) gives the evidence of the ancient authorities and references to modern studies of the subject.