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Dura-Europos and its art.
Michael Ivanovitch Rostovzeff
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Dura Europos looms large in the history of Jewish Art not only because of its place as the earliest example of Jewish Art but also because its achievements are seemingly at odds with the conceptual and halachic problems it presents. The book is accompanied by 31 photographic b/w plates of the beautiful frescoes, as well as 57 b/w illustrations of the works found in Dura-Europos and in other ancient synagogues. Xmm, XI+ pages. Grey quarter-cloth hardcover with pink dust jacket. Gilt lettering on front cover and spine. Jacket torn on spine and edges.
Covering about acres, Dura-Europos was founded around B.C. Scholars like Lisa Brody, associate curator for ancient art at the Yale University Art Gallery, which houses many artifacts from the site, affectionately call it by its original name of "Dura." The town was built by Nicanor, a general of Seleucus I, one of Alexander the Great's. Dura-Europos or Dura-Europus, ancient city, Syria: see DuraDura or Europus, ancient city of Syria, E of Palmyra on a plateau above the Euphrates River. It is also called Dura-Europos or Dura-Europus. Founded (c B.C.) by a general of Seleucus I, it prospered. In the 2d cent. A.D. the Parthians took Dura, and in A.D. .. Click the link for more.
Dura-Europos provides an excellent illustration of the potential of archaeology for the study of the human past. The detailed, vivid, and dramatic story of the life and violent death of this year-old Middle Eastern city has been told almost entirely through archaeological evidence and writings recovered in excavation; it was virtually unknown to conventional text-based history (Fig. 1). The Dura Europos frescoes have been called “the most exciting and revolutionary discovery of early Jewish Art”. They derive from one of the oldest synagogues in the world.
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View of the excavation in the sixth season (–). Yale University Art Gallery, Dura-Europos Collection. The archaeological site of Dura-Europos, in modern Syria, is a fascinating crossroads of ancient cultures. It is perhaps best known for the important finds unearthed during the excavations in the s and s sponsored by Yale.
Addeddate Identifier Identifier-ark ark://t4pk5sf7k Ocr ABBYY FineReader Ppi Scanner Internet Archive Python library dev4. This book provides an overview of the archaeological history of Dura-Europos, the small town situated on the Middle Euphrates that lived through Hellenistic, Parthian and Roman periods until its capture by the Sasanians.
As an overview, this outstanding book has no : Ted Kaizer. The Dura-Europos synagogue (or "Dura Europas", "Dura Europos" etc.) was an ancient synagogue uncovered at Dura-Europos, Syria, in The last phase of construction was dated by an Aramaic inscription to CE, making it one of the oldest synagogues in the was unique among the many ancient synagogues that have emerged from archaeological digs as Coordinates: 34°44′51″N 40°43′38″E.
YALE UNIVERSITY ART GALLERY Dura-Europos: Excavating Antiquity. Credits. Help. Dura-Europos and its art by Michael Ivanovitch Rostovtzeff; 5 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Mural painting and decoration, Decoration and ornament, Art; Places: Syria, Dura-Europos (Extinct city), Dura (Syria), Dura.
5 Apr - Explore albertbaky's board "Dura-Europos Synagogue" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Christian art, Early christian and Jewish art pins. The Gallery’s archive documents both the Greco-Roman and Parthian cultures at Dura-Europos and includes images of the art, architecture, and everyday objects from the city.
During roughly the same period, from toYale University jointly sponsored excavations at Gerasa (modern Jerash), Jordan, with the British School of Archaeology. This book will be of value not only to historians in general, but to art historians, students of ancient Middle Eastern culture, and, not least, to liturgical historians and theologians.”—Maxwell E.
Johnson, author of The Rites of Christian Initiation: Their Evolution and Interpretation, second revised edition. Dura-Europos is one of Syria's most important archaeological sites. Situated on the edge of the Euphrates river, it was the subject of extensive excavations in the s and 30s by teams from Yale University and the Académie des Inscriptions et Belles-Lettres.
Controlled variously by Seleucid, Parthian, and Roman powers, the site was one of impressive religious and5/5(1). This page is dedicated to the Synagogue of Dura-Europos, close to the modern Deir-Ez-Zur in Syria. It is a digital project for the course, The Art and Archaeology of the Graeco-Roman Near East and Egypt, taught by Professor Elisabeth Macaulay-Lewis in the spring of at the CUNY Graduate Center, New York.
The Synagogue of Dura-Europos and Its Frescoes. Jerusalem: Bialik Foundation, The book is in Hebrew. In this work, Sukenik places Dura-Europos in the larger context of the Babylonian exile and the Talmudic centers of Nehardea and Sura and uses Midrashic and Aggadig sources to interpret the paintings.
Weitzmann, Kurt, and Herbert L. Kessler. Right by the famous Euphrates river in western Syria, by the Syrian city of Salhiye and near Turkey is the city of Dura, or as we know it, Dura-Europos, the home of.
My Dura-Europos presents new data, an eyewitness account of the progress of an excavation carried out by a small group of three men and a woman in 'an alien world of threatened violence stirred up by turbulent tribal and international tribal and international politics,' and the sometimes naive reactions to exotic peoples and cultures of a young woman raised in the conservative.
Dura-Europos: Crossroads of Antiquity includes eighteen scholarly essays by a wide range of specialists (archaeologists, art historians, linguists, historians, and theologians) and spans the Hellenistic to the Islamic period. Like the exhibition that the catalogue accompanies, the book aims to reintegrate thinking about the city of Dura-Europos.
The World's Oldest Church (Hardcover) Bible, Art, and Ritual at Dura-Europos, Syria (Synkrisis) By Michael Peppard. Yale University Press,pp. Publication Date: Janu The archaeological site of Dura-Europos, in modern Syria, is a fascinating crossroads of ancient cultures.
It is perhaps best known for the important finds unearthed during the excavations in the s and s sponsored by Yale University and. Bythe primary exploration of Dura-Europos was handed over to Yale University with the collaboration of the French Academy of Inscriptions.
One Yale faculty member on the expedition was Mikhail Rostovtzeff, a professor of Ancient History, who recalls the early discoveries in his book, Dura-Europos and its Art.
Rostovtzeff writes from his.