From a vast number of ancient and modern writings, Catholic and Protestant, A. J. Maas has compiled a minute account of the sacrificial services and Temple-rites which prevailed in Jerusalem at the time of our Redeemer's coming.
Subjects: Jews › Social life and customs; Judaism › Liturgy
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Anthony John Maas (1859–1927) was a noted catholic exegete, or writer of critical interpretation of scripture. He was born in Bainkhausen, Province of Westphalia, Prussia and died in Saint Andrew’s-on-the-Hudson, Poughkeepsie, New York, 1927. Maas was educated at public and private schools and the gymnasium at Arnsberg, Westphalia, the Jesuit scholasticates at Manresa, New York, Woodstock College, and Manresa, Spain.