Selected Writings on Chariots and Other Early Vehicles, by M a Littauer, Joost Crouwel, Peter Raulwing

By M a Littauer, Joost Crouwel, Peter Raulwing

This selection of papers is essentially concerned about delivery through wheeled motor vehicle in antiquity. They shed a lot gentle at the building of the cars, the methods their draught animals have been harnessed and regulated, and the makes use of to which the equipages have been positioned. The facts mentioned contains real continues to be of autos and bridles, in addition to figured and textual records. Ridden animals and their equipment additionally characteristic during this choice of papers. the chosen Writings of Mary B. Littauer and Joost H. Crouwel are vital for all these attracted to the cultures of the traditional close to East, Egypt and Cyprus and of Bronze Age Greece.

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38, but he himself was responsible for bringing together the traditional sayings of v. 34 and v. 35 Let us now take a closer look at w . 34-35. In v. 34 Jesus exhorts the crowd and the disciples, saying: ‘If anyone wants to follow me, let him deny himself and take up his cross and follow me. ’ The introduction και προσκαλεσάμενος τον οχλον συν τοίς μαθηταΐς αύτοΰ είπεν αύτοίς in ν. 34 is certainly due to Markan redaction. Expressions similar to και προσκαλεσάμενος ... 37 For v. 34b ει τις ... άκολουθείτω μοι, however, Mark uses tradi­ 34 See F.

Then, Mark’s Jesus assures his audience that the gospel has not come into the world merely to pass away (w . 21-23), and that everyone will be judged on their response and faith­ fulness to the Christian message (w . 24-25). Finally, Mark has Jesus relate the parable of the seed growing of itself (w . 26-29), and that of the mustard seed (w . 30-32), in which the evangelist has Jesus em­ phasize that God’s kingdom is coming although one may not notice it yet. The section is concluded by the evangelist’s remark that Jesus taught the crowd in parables, and explained everything in private to his disciples (w .

300. 17 See J. Lambrecht, ‘Redaction,’ p. 300. M. Tuckett, ‘Parables Chapter,’ pp. 22-23; J. Marcus, Mystery, pp. 32-33. 19 F. Neirynck, Duality, pp. 60 and 90. THE PERSECUTION OF THE MARKAN CHRISTIAN COMMUNITY 33 τον λόγον ευθύς σκανδαλίζονται, to see what can be regarded as Markan redaction there. 20 Since it is probable that Mark’s source mentioned at least one reason for believers abandoning their faith, either θλιψις or διωγμός occurred in the source. It is more likely that Mark added the more specific and explanatory phrase ή διωγμός to the more general θλιψις, rather than the other way round.

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