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Front Matter Front Cover Front Flap Half Title Page Title Page Copyright Page Table Of Contents Dedication Page FOREWORDContents ORIENTAL ELEMENTS IN THE ART OF PALESTINE IN THE ROMAN AND BYZANTINE PERIODS Some Observations on Questions of MethodA. The Human Figure.B. Representations of buildings and objects.I . Buildings.II. Altars. III. Ships and Boats. C. 1. Animal OrnamentC. 2. Plant Ornament (a) Elements derived from Ancient Oriental art(b) Elements derived from the Local Flora(c) Oriental influences as a Factor of Stylization(d) Original Developments of Plant Ornament(e) Capital ornamentD. Geometric OrnamentSummary and ConclusionORIENTAL ART IN ROMAN PALESTINE Front Matter Half Title Page Dedication Page Table Of Contents PREFACEPRELIMINARY REMARKSContents I: THE ART OF THE JEWS TILL THE DESTRUCTION OF THE SECOND TEMPLEII: JEWISH ART OF THE LATE ANTIQUE III: THE NABATEANS IV: ORIENTAL ART IN NON-JEWISH PALESTINE V: CONCLUSIONS THREE LEAD COFFINS FROM PALESTINELEAD COFFINS FROM PALESTINELEAD COFFINS FROM PALESTINE. IIClass A. TyreClass B. AscalonClass C. JerusalemClass D. Jerusalem THE LEDA SARCOPHAGUS FROM BETH SHE'ARIM Ancient SynagoguesThree Types of SynagoguesDiscoveries After 1948Research Since the Six-Day WarPLANS OF THE SYNAGOGUESTHE MIDDLE AND LATER PERIODSExcavations in GalileeDating the SynagoguesThe Direction of the BuildingsMosaic PavementsMOSAIC PAVEMENTS IN PALESTINEMOSAIC PAVEMENTS IN PALESTINE SUPPLEMENT ABBREVIATIONSKEY TO PATTERNSMOSAIC PAVEMENTS IN PALESTINE (A SUMMARY)MOSAIC PAVEMENTS IN PALESTINE SECOND SUPPLEMENTKEY TO PATTERNSADDENDA TO BIBLIOGRAPHIES LA MOSAIQUE JUIVE DANS SES RELATIONS AVEC LA MOSAIQUE CLASSIQUE DISCUSSION UNE ECOLE DE MOSAIQUE ? GAZA AU SIXIEME SIECLEDISCUSSION LE SYMBOLISME DU ZODIAQUE DANS LART JUDEO-BYZANTIN Back Matter SOURCES OF PAPERS AND BOOKS COLLECTED IN THIS VOLUME ACKNOWLEDGEMENTSINDEXPLATESPLATE 1 PLATE 2PLATE 3PLATE 4PLATE 5PLATE 6PLATE 7PLATE 8PLATE 9PLATE 10PLATE 11PLATE 12PLATE 13PLATE 14PLATE 15PLATE 16PLATE 17PLATE 18PLATE 19PLATE 20PLATE 21PLATE 22PLATE 23PLATE 24PLATE 25PLATE 26PLATE 27PLATE 28PLATE 29PLATE 30PLATE 31PLATE 32PLATE 33PLATE 34PLATE 35PLATE 36PLATE 37PLATE 38PLATE 39PLATE 40PLATE 41PLATE 42PLATE 43PLATE 44PLATE 45PLATE 46PLATE 47PLATE 48PLATE 49PLATE 50PLATE 51PLATE 52PLATE 53PLATE 54PLATE 55PLATE 56PLATE 57PLATE 58PLATE 59PLATE 60PLATE 61Back Flap Back Cover
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