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3 I1 would like to thankespecially the following for their helpful commentson the manuscriptversion of this article: Daniel Boyarin, Hindy Najman, Ishai Rosen-Zvi, and Elliot R. Wolfson. Further,I benefitedgreatlyfrom the discussion of a previous version of this article at the CJA Colloquium at Notre Dame University,March 26, 2003, as well as from discussions of some of the conceptual ideasat the"JewishConceptionsandPracticesof Space,"convenedat StanfordUniversity, May 18-19, 2003. 2 Some manuscriptversions of the text have MnlrNM 1':rW.

In Isa. In Amos, both the righteousand the poor are said to be sold for silver (2:6; 8:6). In Neh. And in Prov. The forceful imageryof debt-bondageis consistentthroughout the Hebrew Scriptures. Thus the institutionof debt-bondagewould have been a very real option to even the most observant Jewish creditors, having been grantedexplicit license in the Torah. The juxtapositionof the scriptural model with the contemporaryGreco-Romanmodel effectively insuredthat the practicewould have been saleable in the Judeansociety of the era duringwhich the Dead Sea sect was active.

In Isa. In Amos, both the righteousand the poor are said to be sold for silver (2:6; 8:6). In Neh. And in Prov. The forceful imageryof debt-bondageis consistentthroughout the Hebrew Scriptures. Thus the institutionof debt-bondagewould have been a very real option to even the most observant Jewish creditors, having been grantedexplicit license in the Torah. The juxtapositionof the scriptural model with the contemporaryGreco-Romanmodel effectively insuredthat the practicewould have been saleable in the Judeansociety of the era duringwhich the Dead Sea sect was active.

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