Tag: Archaeology

What a Third Century Mosaic in Sepphoris Can Tell Us About Jewish Drinking Attitudes in the Third Century

The newest podcast and video episode for JewishDrinking.com features Professor Loren Spielman, an associate professor at Portland State University. In this episode, Professor Spielman discusses a third century mosaic in Sepphoris (ציפורי), a town in the Galilee, where rabbis involved with Rabbinic Literature lived and traveled. The episode is available in both podcast and video […]

Women and Biblical Beer-Brewing

Professor Jennie Ebeling, professor of archaeology at the University of Evansville has not only written Women’s Lives in Biblical Times, published by T&T Clark in 2010, but also co-authored, along with Professor Michael Homan, “Baking and Brewing Beer in the Israelite Household: A Study of Women’s Cooking Technology” in The World of Women in the […]

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