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388, n. 65Indeed, this was a period in which several Eastern 63. 6). In any case neither Josephus, who is very full at this point, nor Tacitus makes any mention of an expulsion. , Jesus, perhaps only the Christians were expelled, though Acts 18:2 very clearly states that Claudius had commanded all the Jews to leave Rome. 236-244), he revoked the order and forbade only the right to assemble. 64. Zeitlin, in his review, pp. 98-99, criticizes Professor Baron for not differentiating between the views on proselytism of Hillel in the first century and those of Eleazar ben Pedat in the third century; but the fact is that there is continuity on a theoretical level toward proselytism.
119. In the German original, p. 103. 9. Simon Dubnow, Weltgeschichte des judischen Volkes, 10 vols. (Berlin, 1925-29). 10. Simon Dubnow, Nationalism and History, ed. Koppel S. Pinson (Philadelphia, 1958), p. 339. 11. , p. 340. 12. Salo W. Baron, History and Jewish Historians (Philadelphia, 1964), p. xiv. '3 Probably his finest work and surely still the best on the subject, Baron's comprehensive treatment is inconceivable without Dubnov's example and preparation. As in other areas, Baron, the product of extensive academic training in Vienna, solidified, enlarged upon, and corrected initiatives taken by Dubnov, who had himself been denied all access to a Russian university education, but was gifted with fine historical instincts, fierce self-discipline, and a facile pen.
As in other areas, Baron, the product of extensive academic training in Vienna, solidified, enlarged upon, and corrected initiatives taken by Dubnov, who had himself been denied all access to a Russian university education, but was gifted with fine historical instincts, fierce self-discipline, and a facile pen. The interwar context of Baron's maturation into an independent and commanding historical voice includes still one more figure whose scholarship contributed to prompting Baron to offer his own views on the past and present in a single work of history, metahistory, and public policy.