The First Jewish Revolt: Archaeology, History, and Ideology

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Index

a
agricultural crisis 103 , 249
Agrippa I 21 , 91 , 113
Agrippa II 88 , 91 , 92 , 93 , 94 , 97 , 116 ;
at Gamla 134 ;
on Jewish Revolt 240
Ananias, prophet 178-9
anti-Jewish sentiment of Greco-Romans:
evidence of Josephus 48-9
anti-Romanization in Galilee:
pre-Revolt sites 63 , 65 , 67-9
see also pre-Revolt Galilean archaeology
Antipas see Herod Antipas
apocalyptic thought 167-9 ;
post-Exilic 168
Arch of Titus, inscription 217-18
archaeological shift:
as rejection of foreign control 76-8
Ashkelon 50
Avigad, Nachman 248

b
Babylonian Talmud 229 ;
starvation themes 230-1 ;
war with Rome 229-31
banditry in Galilee 53-4
see also brigands;
causes 99
Bar Kokhba revolt 15 , 21 , 157 , 160 :
and messianism 165 ;
order to use Hebrew language 160
battle sites of First Revolt:
scarcity of human remains 130
Bet Zeneta:
ceramic storage jars 74 , 76 , 78
see also storage jars from Hellenistic and early Roman period (Galilee);
description of site 76 ;
outside Jewish area 74 , 76
Binyanei Ha'uma excavations 191-200 , 201 ;
contrast with Masada ceramic types 201-3 ;
cooking and kitchen wares 198-200 ;
Dionysiac motifs 200 ;
evidence for military potters 201-202 ;
kiln site 191 ;
limited distribution of ware 202 , 204 n. 7;
oil lamps 196 , 198 ;
table wares 193-8 ;
Ware I 193
Book of Revelation:
messianic timetables 172
brigands 92 , 98 , 99-100 ;
degree of revolutionary intent 99-101 ;
hired as mercenaries to defend Sepphoris 92 , 101 ;
increase 101

c
Caesarea:
Jewish-Greek hostilities 47-8 , 237 , 238
Caesarea Philippi 48
Caesennius Gallus 113
Cestius Gallus 89 , 90 , 104 , 105 , 114
Cicero:
on Judaism 29
circumcision:
Roman views on 37
“City of Peace” 110
see also Sepphoris
class struggle in Jewish society:
see socio-economic factors
converts to Judaism:
views of Roman writers 33-4

d
Daniel:
messianic chronologies 170-2 ;
prophecy of time of anguish 173
Dead Sea Scrolls 19 , 246-7
destruction of Second Temple 5-6 , 11 , 15 , 21 ;
in rabbinic literature 222-3 , 233
Domitian 1 , 12 , 215 ;
Flavian program 217-18

e
Eirenopolis 110 ;
see also Sepphoris
Eleazar ben Ananias 89 , 104 , 105
eschatology, concept 167-9
see also messianism;
timetables for the Last Days
Essenes 246 , 247
European interpretations of the Revolt 241-3 , 244-5
exploitation of peasants 88 , 96-7 , 103 , 106

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