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1997 Uniform Building Code, Vol. 1: Administrative, Fire- by International Code Council

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1: “Still the tax-collectors thrust themselves on my notice as though I had come with an army behind me, and the Greeks as if I were governor of Asia. . qxd 1/18/2006 9:55 PM Page 17 Roman Tribute in Jewish Palestine 17 should have vilified Gabinius for introducing the same system into Syria. Cicero’s point seems rather to be that Gabinius canceled such pactiones, where they existed, and prevented the publicani from fulfilling their contracts. E. the revolt led by Aristobulus II, since tribute had already been imposed, according to Josephus, by Pompey.

See T. P. Wiseman, “Caesar, Pompey and Rome, 59–50 B. C,” in CAH, vol. C. (ed. J. A. ; Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1994), 380, 395. Wiseman’s statements illustrate well how befuddled scholars are about Gabinius’s purposes in Judaea. Wiseman (p. ” He then concedes (p. ” 33. Cicero, Att. 1: “Still the tax-collectors thrust themselves on my notice as though I had come with an army behind me, and the Greeks as if I were governor of Asia. . qxd 1/18/2006 9:55 PM Page 17 Roman Tribute in Jewish Palestine 17 should have vilified Gabinius for introducing the same system into Syria.

Pompey returned the captured territories, except eastern Idumea,55 to their original inhabitants and joined them to the province of Syria. J. J. 155–57). J. 18). 56 Consequently, the Jews now held only Judea proper, eastern Idumea, Perea, and Galilee. 53. Appian’s erroneous information about Aristobulus is repeated by modern scholars. See, for instance, Robin Seager, Pompey: A Political Biography (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1979), 78. 54. J. 318–19, Aristobulus I annexed part of Iturea to the north of Galilee and forced its inhabitants who wished to remain in the territory to be circumcised.

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