Hidushim be-Heker Yerushalayim: Divre ha-Kenes ha-Hamishi, 23 be-Tevet 760, 23 be-Detsember 1999/ New Studies on Jerusalem: Proc
by Faust, Avraham and Barukh, Eyal, edited by.
Ingeborg Rennert Center for Jerusalem Studies
Ramat Gan, Israel
Royal octavo, paper covers, 182, 48 pp., b/w photos and drawings including one fold-out, bibliography. English summaries and three articles at the rear
In Hebrew except as noted. Articles are "The Siloam Tunnel: A Feat of Survey," Stephen Gabriel Rosenberg, "Hellenistic Jerusalem: The Evidence of the Rhodian Amphora Stamps," Gerald Finkielsztejn, "Investigating the Agricultural Landscape in the Soba Region close to Jerusalem," Shimon Gibson and Shimon Dar, "Another Cemetary from the Intermediate Bronze Age in the Periphery of Jerusalem," Zvi Greenhut and Amit, "The City of David: Controversy Concerning a Protected Access to Water in the Middle Bronze II (MB2) Periphery," Zvi Abells and Asher Arbit, "The Date of the Destruction of the First Temple," Abraham Malamat, "Literary and Ideological Aspects of Nehamiah 11," Oded Lipschits, "Theatre-Seats from the Excavations near the Temple Mount," Ronny Reich and Ya'akov Billig, "Upon Thy Walls O Jerusalem: The Second Wall from the Second Temple Period," Amos Kloner, "The Camp of the Tenth Roman Legion at the Foot of the South-West Corner of the Temple Mount Enclosure Wall in Jerusalem," Eilat Mazar, "The Whereabouts of the Xth Legion and the Boundaries of Aelia Capitolina," Guy D. Stiebel, "Tishah be'Av - From a Feast Day to a Fast Day," Yuval Shachar, "The Area to the East of the Temple Mount in Jerusalem during the Second Temple, Roman and Byzantine Periods in Light of the 1995-1998 Excavations," Eli Shukrun and Ronny Reich, "The Tombs of the Prophets on the Mount of Olives - A Reconsideration," Gideon Avni and Boaz Zissu, "Renewed Excavations at the Ummayyad Building III," Yuval Baruch and Ronny reich, "Women's Apparel in Nineteenth Century Jerusalem as an Expression of Self and Community," Margali Shilo, "An Iron Age Burial Cave near the Via Delorosa and its Significance," Gabriel Barkay, "A Sarcophagus Decorated with Personal Effects, from the Collection of the Israel Antiquities Authority, Jerusalem," Varda Sussman.
Language: Hebrew Language
Condition: Very Good
Book Id: 19408