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Title: What Athens has to do with Jerusalem: Essays on Classical, Jewish, and Early Christian Art and Archaeology in Honor of Gideon Foerster
Author: Rutgers, Leonard V (ed)
Publisher: Peeters; Publication Date: 2002
Paperback; ISBN: 9789042911222
Volumes: 1; Pages: 600
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These seventeen papers, forming a Festschrift for Gideon Foerster (professor of classical archaeology at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem), contribute to the 'Athens-Jerusalem debate', presenting material from Classical and Jewish archaeology, early Christianity, epigraphy and a single article reporting the Bet Shean Archaeological Project. Papers include: Zur Panzerstatue aus Samaria-Sebaste (Klaus Fittschen); Women at Qumran (Jodi Magness); Archaeological remains of Ashkenazic Jewry in Europe (Sam Gruber); The reading of scripture in Early Christian liturgy (G A M Rouwhorst); Jewish magicians and Christian clients in Late Antiquity (Giancarlo Lacerenza).