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Jehoiachin

Jehoiachin’s Exile and the Division of Judah

In 597 B.C.E., eleven years before the First Temple’s destruction, King Jehoiachin surrenders to Nebuchadrezzar and is exiled to Babylonia. The prophets Jeremiah and Ezekiel offer dramatically different accounts of his fate.

Dr.

David Glatt-Gilad

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Ahasuerus and Vashti: The Story Megillat Esther Does Not Tell You

Why the rabbis came to imagine Ahasuerus as a usurper who halted the rebuilding of the Temple and his wife Vashti as a wicked and grotesque Babylonian princess, who lived as a libertine and persecuted Jews.

Dr.

Malka Z. Simkovich

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Dr. Rabbi

Zev Farber

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Rabbi

David D. Steinberg

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