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There are no half measures with such a people. Their priests reported to Caesar that I was violating their law, and their appeals, supported by Vitellius, drew down upon me a severe reprimand.

La Revolte des Anges is often considered France’s most profound novel. But whatever is of Roman origin is distasteful to the Jews. To ask other readers questions about Il procuratore della Giudeaplease sign up. There ek nothing for me to do but bow beneath the stroke of unmerited misfortune.

The E-mail message field is required. The Jews alone hate and withstand us. Vitellius listened to their complaints, and handing over the affairs of Judaea to his friend Marcellus, commanded me to go and justify my proceedings before the Emperor himself. Having tossed off his cap of Falernian, he was smiling at some image visible to his eye alone. Painted and stained, smelling the nard and myrrh, steeped in odours, their physical attractions are both rare and delightful.


I have met Jews who were all mildness, whose simple manners and faithfulness of heart recalled to me what our poets have related concerning the Spartan lawgiver.

You already recently rated this item. I have even been told that on one occasion some madman proceeded to overturn the stalls bearing these offerings, and their owners with them. They have never realized that it is possible to discuss peacefully and with an even mind those matters concerning the divine which yet are hidden from the profane and wrapped in uncertainty. Pontius, do you jueea anything about the prrocurador How did that expedition succeed?

France took an important part in the Dreyfus Affair. I knew a Jewess at Jerusalem who used to dance in a poky little room, on a threadbare carpet, by the light of one smoky little lamp, waving her arms as she clanged her cymbals.

Anatole France-The Procurator of Judea

Give me an account of your doings from the moment that I ceased to be a witness of them. Nevertheless, Vitellius decided in their favour, and I received orders to put a stop to the work. I was careful that my actions should be governed by prudence and moderation. But the warning cries of a slave necessitated his rising to allow of the passage of a litter which was being carried along the narrow pathway through the vineyards.


I was young, then, and the Syrian women stirred all my senses to response. Arcade falls in love, joins the revolutionary movement of angels, and towards the end realizes that the overthrow of God is meaningless unless “in ourselves and in ourselves alone we attack and destroy Ialdabaoth. Published on Dec View 76 Download 2. Anatole France 18 arrire Documents.

He became famous with the novel Le Crime de Sylvestre Bonnard But the Jews are devoid of philosophy, and cannot tolerate any diversity of opinions.

You irritated them particularly by giving instructions for the sacredotal garments and ornaments of their high priest to be kept in ward by your legionaries in the Antonine tower. Out of reverence for the divine nature of Caesar and the majesty of the empire, I refused to comply. No longer, as in the days of our internecine strife, were we witnesses to the sack of a province for the aggrandisement of a proconsul. But now my life is ended; the future will judge between Vitellius and me. I followed her everywhere.

Why, on resigning your governorship in Judaea, did you withdraw to a voluntary exile on your Sicilian estates? The head men among the Samaritans, in their resentment against me, came and fell at his feet lamenting.