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Markets And Marketing In Roman Palestine

Author : Ben Tsiyon Rozenfeld
ISBN : 9789004140493
Genre : Religion
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The book describes commercial activity in the Jewish community in Roman Palestine and the interactions between these different components of a controlled system. The book also discusses methods for determining prices and price enforcement, the views of the different marketors, and the status of the synagogue as center of commercial activity.

The City In Roman Palestine

Author : Daniel Sperber
ISBN : 0195344588
Genre : Religion
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This book is a study of the city and urban life in Roman Palestine during the Talmudic period, 100-400 B.C. Rather than focus on a specific city, Daniel Sperber synthesizes what is known about city life in Talmudic Palestine to create a paradigmatic hypothetical Palestinian city. Drawing on numerous literary records for his information, he describes the structure and use of many physical aspects of the city, such as its markets, pubs, streets, bathhouses, roads, walls, toilets, and water supply. Rounding out the study is a chapter describing the archeological evidence, written by Sperber's colleague, Professor Joshua Schwartz. With the recent upsurge of interest in urbanization in the Greco-Roman world, The City in Roman Palestine will attract not only scholars of Judaic literature and history, but also classicists and ancient historians.

Economy Geography And Provincial History In Later Roman Palestine

Author : Hayim Lapin
ISBN : 3161475887
Genre : Religion
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Hayim Lapin examines the economic geography of fourth-century Roman Galilee. Drawing on literary and archaeological material for the distribution of cities, villages, roads and other features of trade and marketing, and making use of the central-place theory, the author attempts to reconstruct models of the regional economy of northern Palestine, and to examine the degree of economic integration in the region. As a contribution to the historiography of Jews and Palestine in antiquity, Hayim Lapin argues that the economic, social and cultural landscape inhabited by residents of fourth-century Palestine was in many ways shaped by its Roman provincial administrative setting and political economy. Thus key aspects of the history of later Roman Palestine, and particularly of Jews, need to be reexamined.

Class And Power In Roman Palestine

Author : Anthony Keddie
ISBN : 9781108493949
Genre : History
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Examines how socioeconomic relations between Judaean elites and non-elites changed as Palestine became part of the Roman Empire.

The Catholic Biblical Quarterly

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ISBN : UOM:39015079789254
Genre : Bible
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Includes various reports of the Association.

The Economy Of Roman Palestine

Author : Ze'Ev Safrai Nfa
ISBN : 9781134851867
Genre : History
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The Economy of Roman Palestine presents a description of the economy of the province of Judea-Palestina in the Roman era (AD70 to AD400) on the basis of a broad selection of primary rabbinic sources and a considerable volume of archaeological findings. The period studied is characterised by demographic growth and corresponding economic development. The work describes the agricultural and agrarian structure of the province, the pattern of settlement, trade, and other aspects, depicting an economy based to a great extent on an open market.

Galilee

Author : Richard A. Horsley
ISBN : UOM:39015038408194
Genre : Religion
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Who were the Galileans? What was their background? Were they descendants of ancient northern Israelites? When had they come under Jerusalem rule? What precipitated resistance movements in the area?

Journal Of Markets And Morality

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ISBN : UVA:X030288677
Genre : Business ethics
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The Journal Of Markets Morality

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ISBN : UOM:39015071471059
Genre : Economics
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Studies In Latin Literature And Roman History

Author : Carl Deroux
ISBN : STANFORD:36105131941424
Genre : Latin literature
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Loving The Poor Saving The Rich

Author : Helen Rhee
ISBN : 9781441238641
Genre : Religion
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The issue of wealth and poverty and its relationship to Christian faith is as ancient as the New Testament and reaches even further back to the Hebrew Scriptures. From the beginnings of the Christian movement, the issue of how to deal with riches and care for the poor formed an important aspect of Christian discipleship. This careful study shows how early Christians adopted, appropriated, and transformed the Jewish and Greco-Roman moral teachings and practices of giving and patronage. As Helen Rhee illuminates the early Christian understanding of wealth and poverty, she shows how it impacted the formation of Christian identity. She also demonstrates the ongoing relevance of early Christian thought and practice for the contemporary church.

Fairs And Markets In The Roman Empire

Author : L. de Ligt
ISBN : STANFORD:36105005165373
Genre : Business & Economics
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Periodic markets are institutions of crucial importance in all pre-industrial economies. Yet the subject has been given little atten-tion by Roman historians. The aim of this book is to remedy this state of affairs through an empire-wide study of annual, bi-annual, monthly and weekly markets. The method used involves the interpretation of the ancient evidence in terms of economic and anthropo-logical theory and against the background of comparative data. Dr de Ligt starts by demonstrat-ing the continued importance of local and regional fairs throughout the im-perial period. Special attention is devoted to the role of both annual fairs and high-frequency periodic markets in the rural economy. In the second half of the book the scope of the discussion is extended to social and political aspects. Finally, the book addresses such topics as urban resistance towards neighbouring rural markets and the widespread practice of waiving customs duties for the duration of largescale religious festivals."

Readings In Glass History Sidonian Glassmakers And Their Market

Author : Anita (Engle) Berkoff
ISBN : UOM:39015084840282
Genre : Glass manufacture
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Roman Palestine 200 400

Author : Daniel Sperber
ISBN : STANFORD:36105000221940
Genre : Money
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The Missing Century

Author : Zeev Safrai
ISBN : 906831985X
Genre : History
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The Byzantine period is one of the less known periods in the history of Palestine. On the one hand, there is a wealth of archaeological evidence, albeit not in a final form; while, on the other hand, there are few historical sources. There is evidence of prosperity, but also testimonies of economic and demographic deterioration. The book offers a comprehensive historical framework describing the period, based on all the available material. In the absence of historical sources, full use must be made of the archaeological data; until the present, however, chronological definitions have not been determined for "Byzantine" pottery vessels. The book makes use of a new methodological tool: quantitative numismatic data.

Roman Palestine 200 400 The Land

Author : Daniel Sperber
ISBN : UOM:39015005135903
Genre : Agricultural laws and legislation (Jewish law)
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Oriental Art In Roman Palestine

Author : Michael Avi-Yonah
ISBN : UOM:39015070517084
Genre : Art
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Greek In Jewish Palestine

Author : Saul Lieberman
ISBN : IND:30000068591118
Genre : Religion
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In these two books, now reprinted in one volume, master Talmudist and scholar of the Greco-Roman world, the late Professor Saul Lieberman, elucidates words, texts, customs and practices in either rabbinic or classical literature, often buy reference to passages in the other. In Greek in Jewish Palestine, he demonstrates that "almost ever foreign word and phrase have their raison d'etre in rabbinic literature" and that "all Greek phrases in rabbinic literature are quotations." Hellenism in Jewish Palestine is "an inquiry into the spirit of many rabbinic observations and investigations of the facts, insicents, opinions, notions and beliefs to which the Rabbis allude in their statements."

Roman Pottery In The Royal Ontario Museum

Author : Royal Ontario Museum
ISBN : UOM:39015014286606
Genre : Antiquities
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Greek Roman And Related Metalware In The Royal Ontario Museum

Author : Royal Ontario Museum
ISBN : STANFORD:36105032251030
Genre : Art metal-work
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Greek, Roman and Related Metalware in the Royal Ontario Museum Aby John W Hayes Metal vessels, lamps, containers and furniture fittings dating from 8th C BC to 6th C AD Egypt and the Mediterranean are catalogued in this well-illustrated volume.

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