Sacred Realm: The Emergence of the Synagogue in the Ancient World

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CHAPTER 1
1.
King 1983:276.
2.
Ibid. 63-66, 74-84.
3.
ibid. 105.
4.
Silberman 1993: 21.
5.
Ibid. 23.
6.
Meyers 1992b: 1-4.
7.
Avigad 1983; King 1983: 104-5. See Slouschz 1921: 5-40; 1924:49-52.
8.
See Dothan 1983.
9.
Silberman 1993: 25-26.
10.
Ibid. 27.
11.
Meyers, Kraabel, and Strange 1976.
12.
For my principal essays on the subject of regionalism, see Meyers 1976: 93-101; 1979: 686-701; and 1985: 115-31. Groh 1995: 51-69, has convincingly shown how stratigraphic excavation of synagogues in their site context is the only way to proceed. His conclusions accord with mine.
13.
See Meyers and Fine forthcoming; and Fine 1996.
14.
After Levine's translation in Levine 1987: 17.
15.
Guttman 1972: 72-76.
16.
Meyers 1994: 25-42.
17.
Meyers 1992a: 251-60. See also Griffiths 1995: 3-16; Grabbe 1995: 17-26; and Flesher 1995: 28-40.
18.
Hachlili 1992: 261; Bruneau 1982: 465-504; White 1990.
19.
Hachlili, 1992.
20.
Ibid.
21.
Ibid. and literature cited on Sardis.
22.
In a most impressive review of recent literature Wharton 1994: 1-25, has placed the Dura frescoes in the much broader context of the discussion about their relation to the beginnings of Christian art and to orientalism in general.
23.
Kraabel 1987: 49-60; see also Hachlili 1988: 272-84.
24.
Hachlili 1992: 261.
25.
See above, especially n. 30. This point is proved by Fine 1996. See also Rutgers in this volume.
26.
Levine 1993: 1421-24.
27.
Ibid. 1422. Cf. Groh 1995: 57-60, who begins his examination of the Roman period synagogues with a consideration of Migdal and Gamla. I find the evidence for identifying Migdal as a synagogue unconvincing, however.
28.
Cf. Sperber 1974, with Safrai 1994: 172-73. Safrai seems to have a more optimistic view of the economic situation.
29.
Meyers, Meyers, and Strange 1982: 35-54.
30.
The death of the old view was proclaimed in Levine 1987. Both Levine 1993 and Meyers 1992a begin with that assumption.
31.
On this text, see Fine 1996 and the bibliography cited there.
32.
Foerster 1981a: 24-29. See, however, the remarks of Netzer 1991: 410-13, who does not endorse Foerster's view on

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