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Document Type:Latin Dissertation
Language of Document:English
Record Number:54445
Doc. No:TL24399
Call number:‭3294230‬
Main Entry:Carl E. Savage
Title & Author:Et-Tell (Bethsaida): A study of the first century CE in the GalileeCarl E. Savage
College:Drew University
Date:2007
Degree:Ph.D.
student score:2007
Page No:191
Abstract:In the study of the cultural and social matrix of the first century CE in the Galilee scholars have commonly prioritized written sources over archaeological evidence because written sources seem to contribute more directly to an understanding of the religious beliefs and practices of a community. However, there exist many competing views of the "landscape" of the first century CE in the Galilee due to the varying lenses employed to view the textual sources. These differing perspectives distribute along a continuum, reflecting the varied ethnicity, economics and political climate that is posited by the interpreter. This study enters that process of constructing a portrait of the First Century CE in the Galilee by drawing primarily upon the archaeological data from et-Tell (Bethsaida) itself and suggesting its relevance for the reconstruction of the first century CE cultural context. It views the material practices of the ancient inhabitants of the site as significant indicators of their sense of "place" both ideologically and geographically. Chapter one examines the background for the investigation describing the roles of literary reconstruction and archaeological data for the reconstruction of the first century CE in the Galilee. Chapter two reviews the images of first-century Galilee as reflected in the secondary literature. The third chapter offers an overview of the political and demographic history of the region. The fourth chapter presents a comprehensive look at the artifacts and architectural structures for first-century CE et-Tell (Bethsaida). This data is developed from the author's primary research and from a fresh summary of previous work by other researchers on the excavation team. The author organized the digital database of small finds and coins as part of this comprehensive work. The fifth chapter develops the implications of the findings from the site for the evaluation of the historical plausibility of various social reconstructions for the region in the first-century CE. The conclusion summarizes the extent and response to Greco-Roman influence in the Galilean region as evidenced at Bethsaida. The image that emerges from first-century CE Et-Tell (Bethsaida) is one clearly at home in the gallery of Jewish communities in the Galilee.
Subject:Philosophy, religion and theology; Social sciences; Bethsaida; Et-Tell; First century; First century CE; Galilee; Israel; New Testament background; Second Temple Judaism; Religion; Archaeology; Judaic studies; 0751:Judaic studies; 0324:Archaeology; 0318:Religion
Added Entry:H. B. Huffmon
Added Entry:Drew University