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The Roman and Byzantine Near East (Hardback)

Some Recent Archaeological Research

Ancient History > Rome & the Roman Provinces > Roman Archaeology

Imprint: John Humphrey
Pages: 345
Illustrations: with figs, illus & 21 col plates.
ISBN: 9781887829144
Published: 31st December 1995
Casemate UK Academic

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This volume brings together nineteen papers which reflect some of the most important new archaeological work on the Roman and Byzantine Near East. Contributors include: A Kushnir-Stein (The predecessor of Caesarea: on the identification of Demetrias) ; Y Porath (Herod's `amphitheatre' at Caesarea) ; Y Hirschfeld (The early Roman bath and fortress at Ramat Hanadiv) ; A Zertal (The Roman siege-system at Khirbet al-Hamam) ; R Gersht (Seven new sculptural pieces from Caesarea) ; M Fischer (Imperial art and architecture in Roman Palestine) ; R Hachlili (Late antique Jewish art from the Golan) ; C Foss (The Near Eastern countryside in late antiquity) ; P Fabian (The late-Roman military camp at Beer Sheba) ; J Wilson & E Myers (Low-altitude aerial photography at Petra) ; K Holum (Inscriptions from the imperial revenue office of Byzantine Caesarea-Palestinae) .

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