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This article discusses daily life in Jewish villages in Roman Palestine. In surveys rural Jewish settlement patterns and demography from the Roman to Byzantine periods. It explores the physical features of the Jewish village and the material culture of daily life, before it considers the impact of the rural Jewish settlements on the economic fabric of Roman Palestine.
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