Symbols of Defeat in the Construction of National Identity by Mock Steven;

Symbols of Defeat in the Construction of National Identity by Mock Steven;

Author:Mock, Steven;
Language: eng
Format: epub
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Published: 2012-07-10T16:00:00+00:00

1 See Gellner 1985: 208–9.

2 Maccoby 1992: 4.

3 Zerubavel 1995: 6.

4 Maccoby 1992: 59, 102, cf. Matt. 27:5; Acts 1:18.

5 Zerubavel 1995: 8–9.

6 Malcolm 1998: 58–9.

7 Emmert 1990: 2–3, 32.

8 Ibid.: 44–6.

9 Mihailovich 1991: 142.

10 Sluzba knezu lazaru, quoted in Emmert 1990: 70–1.

11 Emmert 1990: 72–4.

12 Malcolm 1998: 76.

13 Emmert 1990: 75.

14 Shargel 1979: 361.

15 An example of this can be found in the book on Masada written under Yigael Yadin's name for young readers: “Herod was a foreign king who ruled over the Jews. (He died about the time Jesus was born.) The Romans had put Herod on his throne, and he was able to remain there only because the power of Rome was behind him. The Romans called Herod a client-king. In return for supporting him on the throne of Judea they received from him much wealth – which Herod took from his subjects and paid to his Roman masters” (Yadin and Gottlieb 1969: 7–8).



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