It is generally taken for granted that the authority of Judaean leaders was limited by the Romans from 6 - 66 CE to the extent that Jewish officials required Roman permission before carrying out such important functions as convening for official judicial purposes and capital punishment. This work examines the three critical pieces of literary evidence on which a determination of the extent of local autonomy ultimately rested.
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