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Giovanni Claudio Bottini – Leslaw Daniel Chrupcała – Joseph Patrich, Knowledge and Wisdom. Archaeological and Historical Essays in Honour of Leah Di Segni

The Festschrift is a token of gratitude from some of the colleagues and academic partners of Leah Di Segni in Israel and abroad. The various sections into which the book is divided - Urban Sites, Churches and Monasteries, Ethnic Communities, Literary Sources, Religious Life, Theology and Sacred Objects - reflect some of Leah's fields of scholarly interest.

CONTENTS
Contributors
Preface
Contents
Abbreviations

Leah Di Segni: List of Publications
Yaara Di Segni
I. URBAN SITES: MAGDALA, JERUSALEM / AELIA CAPITOLINA, CAESAREA AND SCYTHOPOLIS
The Mosaic of the Thermal Bath Complex of Magdala Reconsidered: Archaeological Context, Epigraphy and Iconography
Stefano De Luca and Anna Lena

The Temple Mount of Jerusalem and the Capitolium of Aelia Capitolina
Hillel I. Newman

Two Aspects of the Transformation of Jerusalem into the Roman Colony of Aelia Capitolina
Shlomit Weksler-Bdolah and Renate Rosenthal-Heginbottom

The Architectural Evolution of the Late Antique Revenue Office at Caesarea Maritima
Joseph Patrich

‘Lord, Establish the Orthodox’: Two Neglected Late Greek Inscriptions and the Harbour Church at Caesarea Palaestinae
Kenneth G. Holum

Further Notes on the Date of the Earthquake of the Year 749
Yoram Tsafrir

II. CHURCHES AND MONASTERIES
Geography of Devotion in Byzantine Arabia and Palaestina: The Epigraphic Evidence
Basema Hamarneh

Flying Eagles on Church Floors in the Provinces of Palaestina and Arabia
Lihi Habas

Small Monasteries in Galilee in Late Antiquity: The Test Case of Karmiel
Jacob Ashkenazi and Mordechai Aviam

The Excavation at Ḥorvat Ḥani – Final Report and a Survey on Nuns and Nunneries in Israel
Uzi Dahari and Yehiel Zelinger

- Appendix 1: Ḥorvat Ḥani: The Inscriptions
Leah Di Segni

- Appendix 2: The Human Skeletal Remains
Yossi Nagar

- Appendix 3: The Nunnery at Ḥorvat Ḥani – Grave Site of Ḥannah, Mother of Samuel the Prophet?
Eitan Klein

Monaci siro-orientali in Palestina: echi della riforma di Abramo di Kashkar
Sabino Chialà

III. ETHNIC COMMUNITIES – JEWS, SAMARITANS AND GEORGIANS
Jews, Christians and ‘Minim’: Who Really Built and Used the Synagogue at Capernaum – A Stirring Appraisal
Benjamin Y. Arubas and Rina Talgam

Samaritan Origins according to the Paralipomena Jeremiae
Pieter W. van der Horst

Samaritan Communities on Mt. Carmel and Ramot Menashe
Shimon Dar

The Tomb of Ephraim Bar-Shimon from Kefar ‘Othnay and the Identity of the Site’s Population in the Roman and Byzantine Periods
Yotam Tepper

Iohane, bishop of Purtavi, and Caucasian Albanians in the Holy Land
Yana Tchekhanovets

IV. LITERARY SOURCES, RELIGIOUS LIFE AND THEOLOGY
Origene a sua immagine: frammenti di autobiographia delle lettere
Lorenzo Perrone

The Palestinian Monastic Matrix of Orthodox and Radical Miaphysitism
Aryeh Kofsky

The Life of Saint Stephen Sabaite, Thaumaturgus (725-794): Notes on its Recovery and Importance
Giovanni Claudio Bottini

V. SACRED OBJECTS
Quelques lampes à huile décorées de Jérusalem
Frédéric Manns

Due polycandela dal museo archeologico dello Studium Biblicum Franciscanum
Davide Bianchi

Gli stampi per il pane esposti nel Museo dello Studium Biblicum Franciscanum di Gerusalemme
Giovanni Loche


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