Jews in the Hellenistic and Roman Cities

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FIGURES
10.1 The interaction between Diaspora Judaism and Hellenism 151
10.2 The dialectical opposition of allegory 152
10.3 Revisionary moves in Philo's allegorical readings 153
12.1 Central courtyard of Patrician House, Meiron 200
12.2 Isometric drawing of Patrician House, Meiron 200
12.3 Complex of rooms and shops off courtyard, Lower City, Meiron 201
12.4 Reconstruction based on the excavations shown in Figure 12.3 201
12.5 Drawing of large house, 84.1, Sepphoris 204
12.6 Erotic discus lamp found in 84.1 (third century CE) 205
12.7 East-west roadway with underground drainage visible, western summit 206
12.8 Incense shovel found in 84.1 (third century CE) 207
12.9 Scene from the Dionysos Mansion: drunken Herakles (third century CE) 209
12.10 Dionysos procession scene from same 209
12.11 Ground plan of Dionysos villa 210
12.12 Early Roman miqveh, Sepphoris 214
12.13 Early Roman miqveh, 85.3, tower area, Sepphoris (possibly late Hellenistic) 215
12.14 Middle Roman miqveh, 85.1, Sepphoris 216
12.15 Middle-Late Roman miqveh, 84.2, Sepphoris 217
12.16 Khirbet Shema‛, miqveh, Roman-Byzantine 218
12.17 Immersion pool for glass and metal objects (?), 84.2, Sepphoris, Late Roman-Early Byzantine 219

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