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This quantity offers the 1st accomplished research and chronology of the earliest identified stone sculptures from the north Indian urban of Mathura, courting sooner than the well-known Kushan interval. It comprises a variety of new attributions of gadgets dependent totally on epigraphic and visible research. The sculptures caused by those pre-Kushan sessions demonstrate new facts for the explanations in the back of the emergence of the anthropomorphic photo of the Buddha at Mathura, the predominance of a heterodox sect of Jainism, and the proliferation of cults of nature divinities. This ebook presents a wealth of reference fabric worthwhile for historians of early Indian artwork, faith, and epigraphy. The booklet is illustrated with over 300 images, and it contains epigraphic appendices with entire transcriptions and up-to-date translations.
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Noonan, Contraception. A History of Its Treatment by the Catholic Theologians and Canonists, Cambridge/Mass. and London 1966; Evelyne Patlagean, “Sur la limitation de la fe´condite´ dans la haute e´poque byzantine”, in: eadem, Structure sociale, famille, chre´tiente´ a` Byzance, IVe-XIe sie`cle, London 1981, VIII: 1353–69. On the discussion of birth control methods in rabbinic writings see Michael Satlow, Tasting the Dish: Rabbinic Rhetorics of Sexuality, Atlanta 1995, 232–46. 21 Diod. Sic. 3 (Egyptians).
As in Roman law, the authority to sell children is limited to fathers here. As in Ex. 21:7ff, only the sale of daughters is mentioned. 91 In the Mishnah text’s parallel in the Mekhilta (Mekh. Neziqin/Mishpatim 3) as well as in M. Ket. 3:8 (cf. Tos. Ket. 3:8) and M. Qid. 93 In contrast to the Torah and the Mishnah, which do not address the issue, the Mekhilta clearly states that a father may not sell his son. This regulation seems to stand in contrast to the earlier Roman views on the unlimited power of the paterfamilias over his dependents, but it is in line with the later emperors’ endeavours to limit the sale of children (see above).
1 (331 C. ), quoted in Watson, Slave Law, 17 and Boswell, Kindness, 71. Cf. C. Th. 1 (329 or 319) quoted in Thomas Wiedemann, Greek and Roman Slavery, London 1981, 119. On these texts see also Vanzetti, Vendita, 190 (C. Th. 1) and 199 (C. Th. 1). 51 Boswell, Kindness, 72–73. Vanzetti, Vendita, 202 suggests that the Christian notion that everyone is equal before God, whether slave or free, and should therefore maintain his or her present status, may have influenced Constantine. 14 catherine hezser The category of Õipusa and the foundling’s identity as a special caste is not further elaborated in Palestinian sources,52 but these sources know of the phenomenon as well.
Jewish Studies Between the Disciplines: Judaistik Zwischen Den Disziplinen : Papers in Honor of Peter Schafer on the Occasion of His 60th Birthday by Klaus Herrmann, Margarete Schluter, Giuseppe Veltri