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In January 2011, the David and Jemima Jeselsohn Epigraphic Center for Jewish History held its second international conference at Bar-Ilan University, dedicated to the memory of Professor Hanan Eshel, the founding academic director of the center who passed away on April 8th, 2010. This collection of articles, traces, when taken together, daily lifein the land of Israel from the First Temple Period through the time of the Talmud, as seen in the various types of inscriptions from those periods that have been discovered and published. Schiffman’s summary of Hanan’s work serves as an introduction to the book. A?ituv discusses the language and religious outlook of the Kuntilet ‘Ajrud inscriptions. Mazar and A?ituv survey the quite large corpus of short inscriptions found in Mazar’s excavation of Tel Re?ov, south of Beth-Shean. Maeir and Eshel deal with four very short more-or-less contemporary inscriptions found at Tell es-Safi, identified as the major Philistine city of Gath. Demsky deals with the theoretical aspects of literacy in ancient Israel. Grabbe discusses the functions of the scribe during the Second Temple Period. Zissu, Langford, Ecker and Eshel report on both an Aramaic-language graffito and a Latin one, inscribed on the wall of a first and 2nd century CE oil press from of Khirbet ‘Arâk Hâla in the Judean Shephelah. Rappaport’s survey of Jewish coins from the Persian Period through the Bar-Kokhba Revolt, focusing on the Hasmonean coins. Amit describes a group of bread stamps and oil seals, in Hebrew, Aramaic, Greek and Latin, found in different parts of the country. Klein and Mamalya describe two Byzantine Period Nabatean Christian burial sites and their epitaphs.

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Yehud
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Yehud (Hebrew: ) is a city in the Center District in Israel, one of the component parts of the joint municipality of Yehud-Monosson. The population of Yehud was in 2007 approximately 25,600 (not including Neve Monosson - see below). Yehud is mentioned in the Bible in a list of towns in the area ("and Yehud and Bnei Brak and Gat Rimon" - Book of Joshua 19, 45). The Aramaic term Yehud refers to a province under the Persian empire, in the area of what was roughly the Kingdom of Judah which issued small silver coins inscribed with the three letters Yehud. The actual size of Yehud during this time remains debated by scholars (e.g., did it occupy the entirety of the previous kingdom, or was it much smaller). Yehud's constituency also remains debated (e.g., was it comprised only of those Judeans who returned from Babylon, or did these intermix with "the people (already) in the land" - ). In later centuries Yehud became the Arab town of Yehudiyya (in literal Arabic: "place of the Jews") but the Arab population left in its entirety during the 1948 Palestine War.

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New Perspectives on the Roman Coinage on the Ea...
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The work discusses the monetary development in Roman Syria and Judaea in the Late Republican and the Early Imperial Period, from a numismatic, archaeological and historical point of view. In effect, the work focuses on the 1st century B.C. to the 1st century A.D., that is, the assumed time of introduction of Roman denarii to the region. The work benefits from the silver coin hoards of Khirbet Qumran recently published by the author. Studies of the provincial coinage of Judaea (A.D. 6-66) also shed new light on the authority of the Roman governors in economic and monetary matters in eastern Mediterranean regions. Furthermore, a new suggestion as to the length of the mandate period of Pontius Pilate is made. The extent of Emperor Augustus monetary reforms as well as the military history of Judaea are discussed in the light of new analytical studies, which show that the production of Roman base metal coins appears to have been a highly controlled process, contrary to popular opinion. Statistical calculations related to the coin alloy revealed striking similarities with Roman and other local metalwork found in Israel.

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Yehud
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Yehud (Hebrew: ) is a city in the Center District in Israel, one of the component parts of the joint municipality of Yehud-Monosson. The population of Yehud was in 2007 approximately 25,600 (not including Neve Monosson - see below). Yehud is mentioned in the Bible in a list of towns in the area ("and Yehud and Bnei Brak and Gat Rimon" - Book of Joshua 19, 45). The Aramaic term Yehud refers to a province under the Persian empire, in the area of what was roughly the Kingdom of Judah which issued small silver coins inscribed with the three letters Yehud. The actual size of Yehud during this time remains debated by scholars (e.g., did it occupy the entirety of the previous kingdom, or was it much smaller). Yehud's constituency also remains debated (e.g., was it comprised only of those Judeans who returned from Babylon, or did these intermix with "the people (already) in the land" - ). In later centuries Yehud became the Arab town of Yehudiyya (in literal Arabic: "place of the Jews") but the Arab population left in its entirety during the 1948 Palestine War.

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New Perspectives on the Roman Coinage on the Ea...
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The work discusses the monetary development in Roman Syria and Judaea in the Late Republican and the Early Imperial Period, from a numismatic, archaeological and historical point of view. In effect, the work focuses on the 1st century B.C. to the 1st century A.D., that is, the assumed time of introduction of Roman denarii to the region. The work benefits from the silver coin hoards of Khirbet Qumran recently published by the author. Studies of the provincial coinage of Judaea (A.D. 6-66) also shed new light on the authority of the Roman governors in economic and monetary matters in eastern Mediterranean regions. Furthermore, a new suggestion as to the length of the mandate period of Pontius Pilate is made. The extent of Emperor Augustus monetary reforms as well as the military history of Judaea are discussed in the light of new analytical studies, which show that the production of Roman base metal coins appears to have been a highly controlled process, contrary to popular opinion. Statistical calculations related to the coin alloy revealed striking similarities with Roman and other local metalwork found in Israel.

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The Coins of Judas: A Biblical Adventure, Book ...
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Two thousand years ago, Judas Iscariot betrayed Jesus Christ for 30 silver shekels. After finding two ancient silver shekels in an old robe, Professor Sam Godfrey and Achava, guardian of Israel and its sacred artifacts, believe they've been chosen to find the rest of the coins. Sam and Achava follow the trail of the robe to a man who tells them they have 30 days to find the rest of the shekels. He warns that if they don't succeed in time, something catastrophic will happen. The shekels are located far and wide, and in places torn by civil war. Using his archaeology and Biblical history knowledge, and her supernatural skills for Soul Merge traveling, they must discover what happened to the coins after Judas died. And retrieve them. Will Sam and Achava find all of the shekels in time to prevent a catastrophic event? Will Achava have to choose between her love for Sam and her duty to God? 1. Language: English. Narrator: Bryan Zee. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/041251/bk_acx0_041251_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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A 'Religious Revolution' in Yehûd?
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Empfehlen Weitere Bücher ReiheOrbis Biblicus et Orientalis Herausgeber Christian Frevel Katharina Pyschny Izak Cornelius Herausgeberporträt Christian Frevel Christian Frevel ist Professor für Altes Testament an der Ruhr-Universität Bochum. Mehr Infos zum Herausgeber Herausgeberporträt Katharina Pyschny Katharina Pyschny is a research and teaching assistant in Old Testament Studies at Ruhr-Universität Bochum. Mehr Infos zum Herausgeber Herausgeberporträt Izak Cornelius Izak Cornelius, BTh, Lizentiat der Theologie, DLitt (Semitische Sprachen), ist Professor für Altorientalistik an der Universität Stellenbosch in Südafrika. Mehr Infos zum Herausgeber Abdruckrechte Text oder Illustration aus diesem Titel verwenden? Lizenz erwerben Christian Frevel, Katharina Pyschny, Izak Cornelius (Hg.) A 'Religious Revolution' in Yehûd? The Material Culture of the Persian Period as a Test Case 1. Auflage 2014 IX, 447 Seiten with 5 maps and 281 figures gebunden ISBN 978-3-525-54392-4 Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht Orbis Biblicus et Orientalis - Band 267 120,00 EUR inkl. MwSt. Versandkostenfrei in D, A, CH (Versandinformationen) In den Warenkorb Buch Artikel wurde in den Warenkorb aufgenommen.Zum Warenkorb In reference to Ephraim Stern's hypothesis that Judah witnessed a 'religious revolution' during the transition between the (Neo)Babylonian and the Persian period, resulting in an imageless monotheism, the contributors discuss the material culture of Persian Period Palestine/Israel. They refer to a workshop on 'Jewish 'Material' Otherness? Ethnic, Religious and Cultural Boundaries in Late Persian and Early Hellenistic Times in the Southern Levant', held at the Käte Hamburger Kolleg Dynamics in the History of Religions between Asia and Europe (Ruhr-Universität Bochum) in 2010. Following an introductory overview on the material culture of the late Iron Age to the early Hellenistic period, they review the most relevant object genres in the light of new finds and current research: administrative stamp-seals, figurines, incense burners, coins, seals, bullae and Greek pottery. Special attention is devoted to regional developments in order to highlight commonalities and differences in the material culture between Yehûd and Samaria, and between Yehûd and the other neighbouring provinces. The authors demonstrate continuities and discontinuities in material culture, which mirror political, economic and historical developments. If the 'religious revolution' thesis cannot be substantiated, they make an important contribution to the history of religion of Persian Period Palestine/Israel with its nuanced discussion of Stern's thesis and the new synopsis it offers of the material, and especially pictorial, culture of the period.

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Coins of the Holy Land
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This book is a comprehensive, fully illustrated, two-volume catalogue of approximately 5,000 coins from the late Persian period (4th century BC) to the Crusaders in the Middle Ages. City coins from Israel, Palestine, and adjoining countries are well represented in the collection, as are coins issued by Jewish, Samaritan, Nabataean, and other rulers.

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Too Many Coins: A Jewish Regency Short Mystery
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There's trouble afoot in Regency London's Jewish community, and no one to stop the crimes-until wealthy-widower-turned-sleuth Mr. Ezra Melamed teams up with an unlikely pair: General Well'ngone and the Earl of Gravel Lane, the leaders of a gang of young Jewish pickpockets. In this short mystery story, an ancient coin from the Land of Israel goes missing during a dinner party hosted by the Lyon family. The most likely suspect is Judah Birnbaum, a young man from the Holy Land who has come to England to raise funds for his community. But why would the young man jeopardize his mission by stealing the coin? For once, Mr. Melamed has too many clues-making this one of the most wholly baffling cases of his career. The ebook edition includes both the short story Too Many Coins and an excerpt from the second volume in the Jewish Regency Mystery Series, The Moon Taker.

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