How much can we know about language and literacy in Roman Judaea?

@article{Macdonald2017HowMC,
  title={How much can we know about language and literacy in Roman Judaea?},
  author={M. C. A. Macdonald},
  journal={Journal of Roman Archaeology},
  year={2017},
  volume={30},
  pages={832 - 842}
}
This is an extraordinary book: on the one side, it is a meticulous prosopographical analysis of the scribes, principals and witnesses of 145 documents of the First and Second Jewish Revolts (A.D. 66-70 and 132-135, respectively); on the other, the author tries to build a picture of language use and literacy in Roman Judaea on the basis of the data he extracts from these fragmentary records, brought together by a relatively small number of people, at a time of crisis, and subsequently winnowed… Expand

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