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But the Gates Were Shut

Operation of Jerusalem's Perimeter Gates within New Evidence and a New Methodology for Dating and Locating the Last Supper and Identifying the Bloved Disciple in John 13:25

But the Gates Were Shut

Operation of Jerusalem's Perimeter Gates within New Evidence and a New Methodology for Dating and Locating the Last Supper and Identifying the Bloved Disciple in John 13:25

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Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 9781573090766
Number of Pages: 540
Published: 01/03/1996
Width: 14.2 cm
Height: 21.3 cm
This important study brings to the attention of Christian and Jewish scholars long-neglected historical background regarding the timetable and events of Passion Week. The study concentrates on critical matters of that week, and documents unexpected identities of dramatis personae, including the Beloved Disciple. The work also authoritatively discusses the restrictions placed by the administration of the perimeter city gates on the movements on all Jews in Jerusalem, including Jesus and his followers, from sunset Thursday until sunrise Sunday, and including the night of the Passion.

Kevin O'Brien

Reverend Kevin O'Brien Catholic University of Australia, Oxford, Rome, and Jerusalem

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