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Caesarea Maritima: A Retrospective after Two Millennia
This deluxe volume contains 40 papers from an international symposium - held on January 3-11, 1995 - on Caesarea Maritima, a celebrated Jewish, Roman, and Early Christian city. Climaxing a majorExpand
The archaeology of Qumran and the Dead Sea Scrolls
Written with an expert's insight yet an easily readable style, this important book is certain to reinvigorate discussion of this monumental archaeological find. Like the Dead Sea Scrolls, the QumranExpand
Jerusalem Ceramic Chronology: Circa 200-800 Ce
This outstanding book offers a standardized typology and chronology for the pottery of the Jerusalem area from c. 200 to 800 CE with an emphasis on the fourth to seventh centuries. It begins with aExpand
The Archaeology of the Early Islamic Settlement in Palestine
The Archaeology of the Early Islamic Settlement in Palestine evaluates the archaeological evidence for a significant transformation in the Middle East. In A.D. 634, a victory at the Battle ofExpand
THE CULTS OF ISIS AND KORE AT SAMARIA-SEBASTE IN THE HELLENISTIC AND ROMAN PERIODS
  • J. Magness
  • Art
  • Harvard Theological Review
  • 1 April 2001
The existence of a cult of Kore at Samaria-Sebaste in the Roman period is attested by inscriptions, a statue of the goddess, depictions of her on the city's coins, and the remains of a third centuryExpand
Early Islamic Settlement in the Southern Negev
During the early Islamic period, the port of Ayla, at the northeastern end of the Gulf of ʿAqaba, served as an important commercial center. This article surveys the archaeological evidence for earlyExpand
A radiobiological probe for simultaneous NMR spectroscopy and 192Ir gamma irradiation of Saccharomyces cerevisiae.
TLDR
Initial results of 31P spectra obtained during simultaneous gamma irradiation of Saccharomyces cerevisiae at approximately 8 Gy/hr show rapid decreases in adenosine triphosphate (ATP) and polyph phosphate at the onset of irradiation followed by a slow recovery of polyphosphates. Expand
Synagogue Typology and Earthquake Chronology at Khirbet Shema‘, Israel
AbstractThe 1970–1972 excavations at Khirbet Shema‘ in Israel's Upper Galilee revealed the remains of an ancient village and what have been interpreted as two successive synagogues. The excavatorsExpand
The chronology of early Greek pottery : New evidence from seventh-century B.C. destruction levels in Israel
Recent excavations at Ashkelon, Tel Miqne-Ekron, and Tel Batash-Timnah have revealed sealed destruction layers attributable to the Babylonian conquests of the late seventh century B.C. TheExpand
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