The First Jewish Revolt: Archaeology, History, and Ideology

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Frontispiece Palestine with administrative divisions in effect from 6 to 44 C.E. xiv
4.1 Quantities of red-slipped table vessels from Gamla and Tel Anafa 62
5.1 Storage jars from the Hellenistic and the early Roman period 77
5.2 Coastal Phoenician storage jars from the Hellenistic and Roman periods 79
5.3 Quantities of Galilean storage jars by type from Yodefat and Bet Zeneta 80
8.1 View of Yodefat, looking south 122
8.2 Reconstruction of Yodefat, looking north 123
8.3 Wide wall on west, built above early Roman house 124
8.4 Entrance to underground chamber 125
8.5 Wide wall on east, built on top of early Roman kiln (under sandbags) 126
8.6 Two arrowheads from Roman assault ramp (right arrowhead embedded in mortar) 127
8.7 Two calligae from Roman assault ramp 128
8.8 Bow and catapult arrowheads 129
8.9 Ballista stones 130
8.10 Human bones from cistern 131
8.11 Stone etched with images of mausoleum and crab 132
9.1 Plan of excavated areas at Gamla 138
9.2 The main breach 140
9.3 Ballista balls on the synagogue steps 142
9.4 Concentration of ballista balls inside the wall 143
9.5 Types of arrowheads and catapult bolts 144
9.6 The synagogue hall during excavations (1976) 147
9.7 Obverse and reverse of Gamla coin 148
12.1 Examples of pottery vessels from Camp F at Masada 192
12.2 Examples of pottery vessels from Binyanei Ha'uma 194
12.3 Examples of pottery vessels from Binyanei Ha'uma 199

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