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date: 24 June 2019

List of Figures and Maps

List of Figures and Maps

    • Map of Roman Palestine xvii

  1. 2.1 Relief with theatre masks, Katzrin 34

  2. 2.2 Floor mosaic with Dionysiac procession in the triclinium of a villa in Sepphoris 37

  3. 2.3 Byzantine pillar with medusa, Caesareu 43

  4. 14.1 The so‐called ‘Gaza Jar’ from the Ramat Hanadiv excavations (southern Carmel area) 269

  5. 14.2 and 14.3 Byzantine period oil lamps from the Ein Gedi excavations 272

  6. 14.4 Stone vessels from the Temple Mount area in Jerusalem, 1st century ce 273

  7. 14.5 Glass vessels from a burial cave at Hurfeish, Upper Galilee—an example of the third–fourth century Galilean group 276

  8. 14.6 Reconstruction of a warp‐weighted loom using weights found in excavations 278

  9. 14.7 Reconstruction of lever‐and‐weight oil press, lever‐and‐screw oil press, and direct‐pressure‐screw oil press 283

  10. 14.8 Reconstruction of a wine press from Ramat Hanadiv 286

  11. 19.1 Notched line pattern 369

  12. 19.2 Notched gamma pattern 369

  13. 19.3 and 19.4 Ancient Jewish men's clothing 371

  14. 19.5 and 19.6 Ancient Jewish women's clothing 372

  15. 21.1 Gold assemblage found in a late Roman tomb in Jerusalem drawn by de Ridder 396

  16. 21.2 Byzantine period glass pendant with the depiction of a cross and a menorah 398

  17. 23.1 Reconstruction of a house at Qatzrin, fourth–fifth centuries ce 421

  18. 23.2 Yussuf Qahadi, owner of a house at ed‐Dhahiriya, interviewed by Yizhar Hirschfeld, standing in front of his house 422

    (p. xi)
  19. 23.3 Reconstruction of a courtyard house at Capernaum, first–second centuries ce 425

  20. 23.4 Reconstruction of a house at Horvat Susiya, sixth–eighth centuries ce 426

  21. 23.5 Reconstruction of the main entrance to the house at Horvat Susiya 426

  22. 23.6 Plan of Building XII at Mampsis, second–third centuries ce 427

  23. 23.7 Plan and sections of Building III at Umm el‐Jimal, second–third centuries ce 428

  24. 23.8 Reconstruction of a house excavated at Horvat Shema', fourth–fifth centuries ce 434

  25. 24.1 The Tomb of Jason, Jerusalem 444

  26. 24.2 The Tomb of Zechariah, Jerusalem 444

  27. 24.3 The Tomb of Absalom, Jerusalem 445

  28. 24.4 Decorated limestone ossuary of the Nicanor family 449

  29. 24.5 Tomb of Nicanor and Menachem Ussishkin, Mt. Scopus, Jerusalem 453

  30. 24.6 Façade of Bet She'arim, Catacomb 20 454

  31. 24.7 Lion sarcophagus, Catacomb 20, Bet She'arim 455

  32. 28.1 (a) Galilean‐type synagogue, Capernaum; (b) basilical‐type synagogue, Bet Alpha; (c) transitional‐type synagogue, Eshtemoa 527

  33. 28.2 Panel in Hammat Tiberias synagogue mosaic floor, with Temple facade, menorot, shofar, lulav, etrog, and incense shovel 530

  34. 28.3 Central panel in Hammat Tiberias synagogue mosaic floor, with the Zodiac and the sun god Helios 531

  35. 28.4 Western wall of Dura Europos synagogue 533

  36. 28.5 The three panels of the Hammat Tiberias synagogue mosaic floor. Top: Torah shrine and cluster of Jewish symbols; middle: zodiac with Helios in the centre; bottom: dedicatory inscriptions 535

  37. 28.6 Reconstructed drawing of the seven registers of the Sepphoris synagogue mosaic floor 537

  38. 28.7 Location of mosaic floor in the Bet Alpha synagogue 538

    (p. xii)
  39. 30.1 Oil lamp with attached reservoir (Sabbath lamp?) from Hebron, 3rd–4th c. ce 572

  40. 30.2 The ‘four species’ of Sukkot—closed palm frond, myrtle, and two willow branches, as well as the etrog—on a coin from the second year of the Bar Kokhba revolt (133/4 ce) 579

  41. 33.1 Sepphoris, the theatre built on the northern slope of the acropolis 627

  42. 33.2 Gerasa, southern view of the hippodrome 631

  43. 33.3 Scythopolis, general view of the amphitheatre 633