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What Are the Ten Commandments?
What are the Ten Commandments from the Book of Exodus in the Bible?
What were the 10 plagues in Egypt?
List of the ten plagues in Egypt.
Looking for a suitable Jewish name for your baby? Learn the meaning and significance of various Biblical and Hebrew names.
12 Tribes of Israel
What are the 12 tribes of Israel?
Pre-exile Judaism involved different religious practices in the family from those practiced after the Babylonian exile.
The Bible story of Moses, the Jewish lawgiver.
2 Jewish New Years - Passover (Pesach) and Rosh Hashanah
Information on the two Jewish holidaysof Pesach and Rosh Hashanah.
Review of Bodel and Olyan's Household and Family Religion in Antiquity
"Household and Family Religion in Antiquity," edited by John Bodel and Saul M. Olyan, contains information on ancient Judaism from before the time it was monotheistic.
Deuteronomy Etext - KJV Deuteronomy
An E-text of the King James Version of the Old Testament Book of Deuteronomy.
Exodus Etext - KJV Exodus
The King James Version of the Exodus book of the Bible.
Herod the Great - Flavius Josephus on the ascension to the throne of Herod...
Herod the Great. In Antiquities of the Jews - Book XIV, the Jewish historian Flavius Josephus explains how Herod the Great came to be king of the Jews.
Menorah is the traditional Jewish candelabrum known from the Hanukkah holiday.
Ramses Son of Light
Review of the first volume of a fictional biography of the pharaoh thought to have been alive during Moses' stint in Egypt.
Legends of the Jews
In 1909 Louis Ginzberg wrote down the legends of the Jews in a four volume book called Legends of the Jews Bible Times and Characters. In Volume I, you may read about Bible times and characters from the Creation to Jacob.
Jewish Marriage and Divorce Documents
David Instone-Brewer has made available online every published Greek, Roman, and Jewish marriage and divorce papyrus document from the period between the fourth century B.C. and the fourth century A.D.
Biblical Archaeology Review
The non-sectarian Biblical Archaeology Review covers the Old and New Testaments and controversies in archaeology, from the perspective of archaeologists but for a broad, general audience.
Parting of the Sea in Exodus
City College of New York economist, Morris Silver, examines the possibility that the Red Sea parted through the opening of a canal lock.
Roman Sources on the Jews and Judaism, 1 BCE-110 CE
From the Ancient History Sourcebook: Edict of Augustus on Jewish Rights, 1 B.C., Strabo, The Geography, Book XVI.ii.34-38, 40, 46, c. A.D. 22, Edict of Claudius on Jewish Rights, A.D. 41, and Tacitus: From The Histories, Book V, c. A.D. 110.