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The Ruin of the Roman Temple of Kedesh, Israel; Example of a Precariously Balanced Archaeological Structure Used as a Seismoscope
In certain regions and under favorable geologic conditions, precariously balanced rocks may form. These types of unusual formations have been used to estimate yield ground motions. Because suchExpand
The Roman Temple at Kedesh. Upper Galilee: A Preliminary Study
Kedesh, ca. 15 km au nord de Safed, pres de la frontiere israelo-libanaise. La ville a connu son apogee aux II-III ss. apr. J.-C. (ou elle depend de Tyr). Un temple romain occupait la colline a l'EstExpand
Do the partners of dizygotic schizophrenic twins run a greater risk of schizophrenia than ordinary siblings?
An exceptionally high incidence in dizygotic co-twins of schizophrenic index cases, together with normal incidence in siblings, was reported by M. Fischer in 1973. Apart from chance fluctuation, aExpand
Josephus on the use of marble in building projects of Herod the Great
Les programmes de construction d'Herode le Grand et leur utilisation du marbre sont mentionnes dans «La Guerre des juifs» et les «Antiquites judaiques» de Josephe. En fait de marbre, il s'agiraitExpand
Roman Roads in Judaea II: The Jaffa-Jerusalem roads
In Roman and Byzantine times, pilgrims, Roman soldiers and merchants landed on the west coast and headed to Jerusalem. From 1983 to 1989 the most likely routes were surveyedby land and from the air,Expand
Persian and Hellenistic Remains At Tel Yacoz
Abstract The article summarizes the 1981 excavation at Tel Yacoz, which revealed remains from the Persian and Hellenistic periods. The Persian period settlement extended over an area of at least 1.5Expand
Two Ceramic Assemblages from Hellenistic Apollonia
Etude (morphologie, fonction, origine, estampilles) de deux assemblages ceramiques hellenistiques provenant d'un contexte architectural et d'un depotoir du site d'Apollonia. Les resultats de cetteExpand