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Sepphoris In Gallilee : Crosscurrents of Culture
Edited by Rebecca Martin Nagy
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Tremendous progress has been made in recovering the history and culture of Sepphoris as a result of the intense archaeological activity at the site since the mid-1980's. Only with the completion of these excavations and the publication of final reports, however, will a comprehensive interpretation of the evidence be possible. Until then, this volume will serve as a thorough and multifaceted presentation of the state of scholarship on Sepphoris and its place in Near Eastern antiquity.
The story of Sepphoris is revealed in this book through the contributions of a number of scholars whose fields of study intersect with that of arachaeology. Contributors include: Carol Meyers, Eric Meyers, Ehud Netzer, E. P. Sanders, James Strange, and Zeev Weis.
Table of Contents
Lenders to the Exhibition
Major Contributors to the Israel/North Carolina Cultural Exchange
Contributors to the Catalogue
Introduction and Acknowledgments by Rebecca Martin Nagy
Chronology of Periods
Site Plan of Excavations at Sepphoris
Sepphoris and Lower Galilee - Earliest Times through the Persian Period
Hellenistic and Roman Sepphoris: The Historical Evidence
Hellenistic and Roman Sepphoris: The Archaeological Evidence
The Residential Quarter on the Western Summit
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