Ethiopian Jewish Ascetic Religious Communities
Titel
Ethiopian Jewish Ascetic Religious Communities
Subtitel
Built Environment and Way of Life of the Betä Isra'el
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€ 132,00 excl. BTW
ISBN
9781641894333
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Hardback
Aantal pagina's
239
Taal
Engels
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15.2 x 22.9 cm
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Introduction: What Is Betä Isra'el (Ethiopian Jewish) Monasticism?
Chapter 1. The Roles and Practices of Betä Isra'el Monks
Chapter 2. Betä Isra'el Monasteries: General Characteristics
Chapter 3. Hohwärwa – The First Betä Isra'el Monastery
Chapter 4. The Monasteries of the Simien Mountains and Wägära
Chapter 5. The Monasteries of Dämbiya and Säqqält
Chapter 6. Betä Isra'el Monasticism and Ethiopian Orthodox (Christian) Monasticism: Shared Heritage, Different Concepts
Conclusions

Bar Kribus (red.)

Ethiopian Jewish Ascetic Religious Communities

Built Environment and Way of Life of the Betä Isra'el

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The Betä Isra'el (Ethiopian Jews) have a unique history and religious tradition, one of the most fascinating aspects of which are the mäloksocc, commonly referred to as monks in scholarly and popular literature. The mäloksocc served as the supreme religious leaders of the Betä Isra'el and were charged with educating and initiating Betä Isra'el priests. They lived in separate compounds and observed severe purity laws prohibiting physical contact with the laity. Thus, they are the only known example in medieval and modern Jewry of ascetic communities withdrawing from the secular world and devoting themselves fully to religious life.

This book presents the results of the first comprehensive research ever conducted on the way of life and material culture of the ascetic religious communities of the Betä Isra'el. A major part of this research is an archaeological survey, during which these religious centres were located and documented in detail for the first time.
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Redacteur

Bar Kribus

Bar Kribus is an archaeologist at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and affiliated to the Ruhr University, Bochum, specializing in late antique and medieval Ethiopia and the archaeology and history of the Betä Isra'el (Ethiopian Jews).