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Rome's truemotives emerge:this-worldlypleasures-sexual gratification,pamperingthe body, money to pay for such delights. God rejects the achievementsof gold and silver, declaringthat he ultimately controlsprosperity,and thereforeRome's fortunesconfer no merit. Rome dedicateditself not to Torahbut to self-interest,and so its preeminentstatus in this world means nothing in the next. Note that the depictionof God has alreadyturnedto thatof an imposing,terrifyingjudge. "Isaiahchallengedthe nationsto provethattheirgods hadforetold"this,"thismiracle,theimminent returnfrom exile.

Abrahamb. Nathanof Lunel,SeferHa-Manhig,ed. 46, andSimhahb. Samuel,MahzorVitryed. S. Hurwitz(Berlin:H. Like Ps 2, Zech 14 is a Vilkerkampf, see Whinke, Zionstheologie,pp. 77-79. ) DRAMA AN ESCHATOLOGICAL 29 and the fate of the gentile nations. Thus it was probably on Sukkot, when the congregation recited Zech 14 as the haftara, that the homilist articulatedhis version. The theme of eschatological competition between Israel and the nations supports the link to Sukkot. Consider the following midrash found among the collection of homilies designated for Sukkot in Pesiqta de-Rav Kahana 27:2.

H. Freese [London,1930], 6:137). Plutarch,Stoic. 1045D:"if two racershave run a dead heat, is it permissible. "Cf. Vergil,Aeneid5:339: "Euralusdartsby and, winningby grace of his friend,takes first,and flies on amid favouringapplauseand cheers. , trans. H. Fairclough,[London,1935]). Apuleis,Metaniorphoses 2, 4 calls the goddessof victorythe "palm goddess": attolerabant statuas palmeris deae facies. See Livy, Ab Urba triumphator Condita X 7, 9. 66. "Judithandthe women rejoicingwith her carriedbranchesin theirvictoryparade,althoughthese are not specifiedas palms;Jud 15:12-13.

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