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The Jews among the Greeks and Romans by Margaret Williamsassembles, assesses, and contextualizes literary and archaeological evidence relating to Jewish communities outside the land of Israel. covers the period beginning with the Diaspora that resulted from the chaos of Alexander the Great's death in 323 BCE and concluding with the demise of the Jewish Patriarchate around 420 CE.
Early Jewish Literature: An Anthology by Brad Embryselections from Second Temple-era Jewish literature, each introduced and translated by a leading scholar in the field. Organized by genre, this two-volume anthology presents both complete works and substantial excerpts of longer works, giving readers a solid introduction to the major works of the era--the Dead Sea Scrolls, the Old Testament Pseudepigrapha, the writings of Josephus and Philo of Alexandria, and the Septuagint (Apocrypha).