The development and symbolism of Passover until 70 CE by Tamara Prosic

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72 At some unspecified point in history they were connected to the exodus legend which resulted in the loss of their original significance. The Feast of the Unleavened Bread had nothing to do any more with new 65. 66. 67. 68. 69. 70. 71. 72. Also Kaufmann 1961: 115 De Vaux 1965: 490. De Vaux 1965: 486. Mowinckel 1922: 37. Mowinckel 1922: 204-206. Pedersen 1959: 398. Pedersen 1959: 399. Pedersen 1959:400-401. 24 The Development and Symbolism of Passover until 70 CE crops, neither did Passover sacrifice with firstborns.

6. Deut. 7. 40 The Development and Symbolism of Passover until 70 CE one temple. The other one is its moral and humanistic character. 21 However, Deuteronomy possesses another quality that also sets it apart from other Pentateuch books, but which is hardly ever noticed. This is the Deuteronomist's sense for the practical, for the problems of everyday living, which at times proves to be extremely perceptive. 22 Deuteronomy also offers a practical solution to problems that can arise with the transportation of the tithe, given that it demands their deposition in the central temple.

Eating of the flesh of the sacrificial animal by the family was an act of communion between the family members, while the blood on the doorposts of the house was a sign that the whole family was to be redeemed. The meal was accompanied by the eating of unleavened bread, leaven being avoided for reasons of ritual purity. 100 According to Segal, Passover and Unleavened Bread were never two separate feasts which fused into a single one. In his opinion, quite the contrary is true. 101 The use of unleavened bread was in fact Passover's distinctive feature.

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