THIRD CENTURY JEWS AND JUDAISM AT BETH SHEARIM AND DURA EUROPUS

in Late Antique Archaeology
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Recently scholars have questioned the role of the rabbis in late antique Palestine, suggesting that their influence was more limited than previously thought. Furthermore, some scholars have suggested that members of the priestly class remained influential in Jewish society after 70 C.E. In this paper, I examine the catacombs at Beth Shearim in Israel’s Lower Galilee and the Dura Europus synagogue for evidence of non-rabbinic Jews or non-rabbinic practices, including priestly presence and influence in the 3rd c.

THIRD CENTURY JEWS AND JUDAISM AT BETH SHEARIM AND DURA EUROPUS

in Late Antique Archaeology

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