Archaeology, history, and society in Galilee: the social context of Jesus and the rabbis
Trinity Press International, 1996 - 240 sider
In this book Richard Horsley attempts to construct bridges of communication and engagement between the fields of archaeology and history focused on a new understanding of Galilee. He contends that neither the material nor the textual remains from Galilee can be adequately understood without consideration of the prevailing patterns of power relations in Galilee, Palestine, and the Roman Empire. He also uses recent work in the wider field of anthropological archaeology to reconfigure and reinterpret key findings of archaeological excavations in Galilee.
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Galilee Crossroad of Empires
Villages of Upper Galilee
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administrative Agrippa ancient Galilee Ancient Synagogues and/or Antipas Antipas's appear Aramaic archaeological assembly Bar Kokhba Revolt biblical Caesarea Capernaum century c.e. Christianity cities coins communities context Diocaesarea early economic elite excavations first-century fortress Gali Gischala Gospel Greek Gush Halav Hasmonean Hebrew Hellenistic Herod Herodian historical Horsley imperial indicate influence inscriptions Israel Israelite Jerusalem Jesus Jewish Jews John of Gischala Josephus Josephus's accounts Jotapata Judah the Prince Judaism Judean Kefar Hanania language Late Antiquity late second-temple Levine Lower Galilee Meiron Meyers Mishnah Nazareth officers peasants Pharisees political political-economic relations population pottery Press priestly priests produce rabbinic literature rabbinic texts recent regime regional Roman empire Roman Galilee Roman Palestine Roman period Roman Sepphoris royal rule rulers Seppho Sepphoris and Tiberias social Society studies synagogue buildings Tarichaeae taxes Temple temple-state theater third century tion Torah town trade traditions Tyre Tyrian Upper Galilee urban overlay villages of Upper Vita