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Abaye, 64–65, 168n.17 Abba, 153n.9 Abbahu, 107–109 Abba Shaul, 32, 53 Absalom, 31 adulteress. See adultery adultery, 17–21, 97–99, 102, 110, 114, 127, 175n.5, 178n.24 Agape, 178n.25 Ahab, 32 Aha b. Ulla, 88 Ahitophel, 30–32, 85 Ahriman, 117 Ahura Mazda, 182nn.72–73 Akebshema, bishop, 120, 184n.89 Alexander Yannai. See Yannai Alexandria, 34–36, 101, 156n.11 Ananus, High Priest, 170n.57 Andrew, brother of Simon Peter, 75, 170n.1, 171n.9, 11 angel(s), 83, 104, 165n.41, 172n.3; of death, 150n.19 Antigonos from Sokho, 36 Antioch in Pisidia, 79 Aphrahat, 117, 183n.80, 185n.102 Apikoros, 32, 53 Apion, 101 apostate, 11 Aqiva, 32, 42–43, 50, 52–53, 162n.43, 163n.10, 188n.32 Aquila, 173n.15 Armenia, 117–118 Arsacids, 116 Asia Minor, 124, 128–129 Athens, 22–23 Augustine, 174n.36 authority, rabbinic, 50–51, 55, 60, 62, 105–106, 114, 166n.65, 179n.38 Avraham b. Azriel, 188n.32 Baal-Peor, 32–33, 87 Babylonia, 1, 7, 9–10, 13, 37–39, 57, 73, 76, 114, 116, 128–129, 143, 156n.22 Bahram II, 116 Bahram V, 117 Balaam, 13, 31–33, 84–87, 89–92, 94, 108, 111, 155n.31, 173n.20, 174nn.28, 32 Balak, king of Moab, 87, 108 Barabbas, 73 Bar Qamtza, 83, 85 bastard. See mamzer bat qol (heavenly voice), 49 Ben Pandera, 7, 15–21, 44, 47, 56–57, 60–61, 97, 98, 133–134, 138–139, 141, 143, 158–159n.9, 163n.15, 166n.58, 175n.8, 187n.12, 188nn.19, 28 Ben Pantera, 7, 15, 54, 56, 59, 61, 98, 138, 141, 188nn.13, 20 Index Ben Pantiri, 20, 98, 138, 141, 158n.9 Ben Satra, 16, 113, 148n.6 Ben Siteda, 133, 149n.9 Ben Stada, 7, 15–18, 72, 113, 133, 141, 143, 148n.5, 149n.8, 150n.18, 170n.51 Ben Stara, 133–134, 141, 143 Bethar, 83 Bethlehem, 15, 21, 115 blasphemer. See blasphemy blasphemy, 9, 13, 66–71, 74, 77, 79, 91–92, 106–107, 128–129 brick worship, 35, 37, 39, 102, 105, 156–157n.22 Buni, 75–77, 79–80, 107, 171n.11 burning. See death penalty Caesarea, 109 Caiaphas, 128 cannibalism, 100–102, 112, 176n.17, 177nn.19, 21 capital punishment. See death penalty carpenter, 19–21, 112, 151n.31, 152n.38, 181n.64 Carpocratians, 178n.25 Celsus, 18–21, 56–57, 102, 104, 176n.19 censor/censored. See censorship censorship, 14, 72, 122, 131–132, 135–136, 139–144, 188n.32 chief magian. See magic Church of the Holy Sepulchre, 115–116 Church of the Nativity, 115 circumcision, 100 Clement of Alexandria, 178n.25 Constantine, 115, 117–118, 183n.80 Constantius, 118 cross, 78, 79, 103, 120–121, 123, 168n.25 crucifixion, 1, 12, 63, 71–73, 82, 103–104, 119, 169n.50, 170n.57 David, 15, 30–31, 78, 79; son of, 10, 21–22, 79, 98, 123 death penalty, 63–64, 71–72, 77, 80–81, 88, 97, 106, 145n.2, 167n.3, 169n.50; burning, 63, 167n.2; hanging, 63–64, 66–68, 71–72, 139, 167n.1, 168n.12, 21, 25, 169n.50, 170n.51; slaying by the sword, 64, 167n.2; stoning, 12, 63–64, 66–68, 71, 97, 106–107, 127, 140, 167n.2, 168n.25, 170n.51, 175n.5; strangling, 64, 97, 167nn.2–3 deceiver, 103–105, 111, 128 demon(s), 20, 38, 59–60, 69, 112, 123, 181n.64 devil, 127 Diatessaron, 8, 122–123, 128, 185n.104, 187n.115 dimissus, 42–44 Doeg the Edomite, 30–32, 85, 155n.32 Edict of Milan, 115 Egypt, 16, 19–20, 25, 36–37, 57, 59, 69, 102, 113, 148n.5, 149n.8, 151n.35, 152n.35 Eisenmenger, Johann Andreas, 4, 146n.9 Eleazar, 30, 85 Eleazar, son of the High Priest Ananias, 172n.6 Eleazar b. Dama, 54–57, 59, 61, 163n.14, 16, 164n.31, 166n.63 Eliezer, 66–67 204 Index Eliezer b. Hyrkanos, 11, 16, 41–51, 99, 102, 104–105, 114, 143, 159n.15, 160nn.19–20, 25, 161n.27, 162n.43, 179n.40 Elisha, 30–31, 34 Enoch, 57–58 Ephrem, 123, 185n.102 Epiphanius, bishop of Salamis, 178n.24 Eucharist, 13, 92–93, 102, 112 Eusebius, 151n.27 excommunication, 11, 35–37, 48, 50–51, 162n.45 excrement, 13, 85, 88–93, 113, 174n.28 execution, 12, 63, 65–78, 80–81, 106, 113, 120, 123, 129, 139, 142...

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