Magdala Of Galilee : A Jewish City In The Hellenistic And Roman Period / Richard Bauckham

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رقم التسجيلة 9399
نوع المادة book
ردمك 9781481302937
رقم الطلب

DS 110 .M3 M34

العنوان Magdala Of Galilee : A Jewish City In The Hellenistic And Roman Period / Richard Bauckham
بيانات النشر Texas: Baylor University Press, 2018.
الوصف المادي 436 P
المحتويات / النص

- One: Magdla as we now know it: an overview 

- Two: the harbor
-  Three: domestic and mercantile areas 
- Four : the domistic miqva'ot 
- Five: the synagogue 
- Six: the synagogue stone
- Seven: magdala and trade 
- Eight : Magdala and the fishing industry
- Nine : Magdala / taricheae and the jewish revolt 
- ten: magdala in the list of the twenty - four priestly settlements
- eleven: magdala in rabbinic traditions 
- twelve : the prosopography og magdala


Magdala of Galilee for the first time unifies the results of various excavations of the Galilean city. Here, archaeologists and historians of the Second Temple Period work together to understand the site and its significance to profile Galilee and the region around the lake in the Early Roman period

After a comprehensive overview of the history and character of the city, the volume details the harbor, the domestic and mercantile sectors, the Jewish ritual baths, and the synagogue, with its unique and remarkable engraved stone. There is also a full study of Magdala’s fishing industry, which dominated fishing on the lake, and the production of salted fish. The rabbinic traditions about Magdala are fully investigated for the first time, and a study of Josephus’ account of the city’s role in the Jewish revolt is also included. The in-depth archaeological, historical, and literary analyses are enriched by a wealth of on-site photographs, regional maps, and excavation plans.

Edited by Richard Bauckham, this cutting-edge synthesis of international field work and scholarly study brings the City of Fish and its place in Jewish history and culture into sharp relief, providing both specialists and general readers with a richer understanding of the background of early Judaism and Christianity.

المواضيع Migdal (Palestine) - History
Al -Majdal (Palestinian destroyed village) - History

الأسماء المرتبطة Bauckam, Richard