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Prof. Joseph Patrich

List of publications:

(last 5 years) classified into:

a. Books:

(forthcoming in 2010). Studies in the Archaeology and History of Caesarea Maritima . Caput Iudaeae, Metropolis Palaestinae. Collected Essays (Forthcoming with Brill Publishing House).

Edited Books:

  1. 2007. New Studies in the Archaeology of Jerusalem and its Region, edited by J. Patrich and David Amit, Jerusalem.

  2. 2008. Archaeological Excavations at Caesarea Maritima Areas CC, KK, NN. Final report. Vol. I: The Objects. Israel Exploration Society, Jerusalem 2008 (480 pages, numerous illustrations, hardcover).

  3. 2009. Man near a Roman Arch. Studies presented to Prof. Yoram Tsafrir, edited by Leah Di Segni, Yizhar Hirshfeld, Joseph Patrich and Rina Talgam. Jerusalem.

a. Articles in peer reviewed journals:

  1. 2005 "Was Dionysos, the Wine God, Venerated by the Nabataeans?" Aram Periodical 17 (2005), pp. 95-113.

  2. 2006. "The Wall Street, the Eastern Stoa, the Location of the Tetrapylon, and the Halachic Status of Caesarea (interpreting Tosefta Oholot XVIII:13)". Cathedra 122 (2006), pp. 7-30 (Hebrew).

  3. 2006. "Caesarea in Transition from the Byzantine to the Muslim Regime: The Archaeological Evidence from the Southwestern Zone (Areas CC, KK, NN), and the Literary Sources", Cathedra 122 (2006), pp. 143-172 (Hebrew).

  4. 2009. "The Pre-Herodian Temple: Reassessing the House of the Laver and the House of Utensils of the Temple Scroll." Revue Biblique 116/4 (2009), pp. 505-526.

  5. (f.c. in 2010) "Roman Hippo-Stadia: The "Hippodrome" of Gerasa reconsidered in light of the Herodian Hippo-Stadium of Caesarea Maritima", Aram Periodical 20 (2008).

b. Chapters in books

  1. 2005. "Herodian Caesarea - the urban framework", in: M. Mor et al. (eds.), For Uriel: Studies in the History of Israel in Antiquity Presented to Professor Uriel Rappaport, Jerusalem 2005, pp. 497-538 (Hebrew).

  2. 2006. "Early Christian Churches in the Holy Land", in: Christians and Christianity in the Holy Land: From the Origins to the Latin Kingdoms, eds. Guy G. Stroumsa and Ora Limor (Cultural Encounters in Late Antiquity and the Middle Ages, 5). Turnhout: Brepols, 2006, pp. 351-395.

  3. 2006. "Agricultural Development in Antiquity: Improvements in the Cultivation and Production of Balsam", in: Qumran The Site of the Dead Sea Scrolls: Archaeological Interpretations and Debates, edited by K. Galor, J.-B. Humbert, and J. Zangenberg, [Studies on the Texts of the Desert of Judah, Vol. 57], Brill, Leiden and Boston 2006, pp. 241-248.

  4. 2006. "The Transfer of Gifts in the Early Christian Churches of Palestine: archaeological and literary evidence for the evolution of the 'Great Entrance'" in: B. Caseau, J. -C. Cheynet et V. Deroch (eds.), Melanges offerts a Pierre Maraval [Centre de recherche d'Histoire et Civilisation de Byzance, Monographies 23], Paris 2006, pp. 341-393.

  5. 2007. "The Second Temple and its Courts: a new proposal about their location on the Temple Mount," Eretz Israel 28 (2007) (Tedi Kollek Volume), pp. 173-183 (Hebrew).

  6. 2009. 538 BCE - 70 CE: The Temple (Beyt HaMiqdash) and its Mount, in: O. Grabar and B.Z. Kedar, Where Heaven and Earth Meet: Jerusalem's Sacred Esplanade, Jerusalem 2009, pp. 37-71.

  7. 2009. "The Wall Street, the Eastern Stoa, the Location of the Tetrapylon, and the Halakhic Status of Caesarea Maritima (interpreting Tosefta, Ahilot, 18:13)," In: Man near a Roman Arch. Studies presented to Prof. Yoram Tsafrir, edited by Leah Di Segni, Yizhar Hirshfeld, Joseph Patrich and Rina Talgam. Jerusalem 2009, pp. 142-168.

  8. 2009. "On the date Caesarea was proclaimed a Roman Colony", in: J. Geiger, H.M. Cotton and G. Stiebel (eds.), Israel's Land. Papers Presented to Israel Shatzman on his Jubilee, Raanana 2009, pp. 135-156 (Hebrew).

  9. (f. c. in 2010). "On the Proclamation of Caesarea as a Roman Colony",in: J. Patrich, Studies in the Archaeology and History of Caesarea Maritima. Collected Essays.

    10-13. (f. c. in 2010) in: Amnon Kidron Festschrift, eds. Y. Porath, E. Ayalon, A. Sasson and A. Izdarechet: "The Theatre of Caesarea"; "The Temples of Caesarea"; "Excavations in Areas CC, KK and NN"; "Some Comments on the Wealthy People of Caesarea in the Byzantine Period: The Literary Sources and the Archaeological Finds" (Hebrew).

c. Other

i. Articles in Conference Proceedings

  1. 2006. "The Location of the Second Temple - a new proposal". in. E. Baruch and A. Faust (eds.), New Jerusalem Studies 12, Bar Ilan University, Ramat Gan 2006, pp. 41-48 (Hebrew).

  2. 2007. "Differences between Herod's Temple and that of the Hasmonaeans: reflections on the 'House of the Utensils' and the 'House of the Laver' of the Temple Scroll", in: J. Patrich and D. Amit (eds.), New Studies in the Archaeology of Jerusalem and its Region. Collected Papers, Vol. 1. Jerusalem 2007, pp. 41-53 (Hebrew).

  3. 2007. "VeAsu li Miqdash" - Comments on Qoren's and others intrpretations on the layout of the Second Temple, in: E. Baruch, A. Levy- Reifer and A. Faust (eds.), New Jerusalem Studies 13, Bar Ilan University, Ramat Gan 2007, pp. 135-140 (Hebrew).

  4. 2007. "Herodian Caesarea: The Urban Space," in: N. Kokkinos (ed.), The World of the Herods. Volume 1 of the International Conference The World of the Herods and the Nabataeans held at the British Museum, 17.19 April 2001 [Oriens et Occidens 14], Franz Steiner Verlag, Stuttgart 2007, pp. 93-130.

  5. 2007. "Nabataean Art Between East and West: A methodical assesment", in: K.D. Politis (ed.), The World of the Nabataeans. Volume 2 of the International Conference The World of the Herods and the Nabataeans held at the British Museum, 17.19 April 2001, [Oriens et Occidens 15], Franz Steiner Verlag, Stuttgart 2007, pp. 79-101.

  6. 2008. "Water-wheels at the Service of the Second Jewish Temple in Jerusalem," in: Cura Aquarum in Jordanien. Proceedings of the 13th. International Conference on the History of Water Management and Hydraulic Engineering in the Mediterranean Region, Petra / Amman 31 March. 09 April 2007, [Beitrage des 13. Internationalen Symposiums zur Geschichte der Wasserwirtschaft und des Wasserbaus im Mediterranen Raum, Petra / Amman 31. Marz . 09. April 2007], edited / herausgegeben im Auftrag der DWhG by / von Christoph Ohlig, Siegburg 2008, ISBN 978-3-8334-8568-8, pp. 239-246.

  7. 2008. "On the Chamber called House of Stone (beth even), which was facing the north-east corner of the Temple building (birah) (Mishnah, Parah 3:1)", in: E. Baruch, A. Levy-Reifer and A. Faust (eds.), New Jerusalem Studies 14, Bar Ilan University, Ramat Gan 2008, pp. 121-132 (Hebrew).

  8. 2009. "Herodian Entertainment Structures", in: D.M. Jacobson and N. Kokkinos (eds.), Herod and Augustus. [Papers Presented at the IJS Conference, 21st-23rd June 2005, Leiden. Boston 2009, pp. 181-213, 455-467.

  9. (f. c. in 2010). "Caesarea in Transition: The Archaeological Evidence from the Southwest Zone (Areas CC, KK, NN)", in: K.G. Holum and H. Lapin (eds.), The Near East Under Transition, The University of Maryland.

  10. (f. c. in 2010). "The Location of the Second Temple and the Layout of its Courtfs Gates and Chambers: A New Proposal," in: K. Galor and G. Avni (eds.), The Jerusalem Perspective: 150 Years of archaeological Research.

  11. (f. c. in 2010). "The Impact of the Muslim Conquest on Monasticism in the Desert of Jerusalem", Continuites de l'occupation entre les periodes byzantine et abbasside au Proche]Orient, viie]ixe siecles [Colloque Intrenationale Proche]Orient, Paris, 18-20 Octobre 2007:Oct. 20, 2007].

  12. (f. c. in 2010). "The Praetoria at Caesarea Maritima", Imperium. Wissenschaftliches Kolloquium im LWL-Landesmuseum fur Kunst und Kulturgeschichte in Munster am 28. und 29. April 2008.

  13. (f. c. in 2010). "Caesarea in the Time of Eusebius", in: Reconsidering Eusebius: A fresh look at his life, work and thought [International Research Seminar. Centre Interdisciplinaire d'Etude des Religions et de la Laicite, Universite libre de Bruxelles, Brussels, March 3, 2008, ed. by Sabrina Inowlocki]Meister and Claudio Zamagni.

ii. Review (and eReview) Articles

  1. 2005. E-review article on: Luciana Jacobelli, Gladiators at Pompeii. The Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles 2003 [Italian edition, L'Erma di Bretschneider; English tr. Mary Becker], BMW Reviews, July 2005.

  2. 2005. E-review article - BMCR 2005.10.45, on: J. Taylor, Petra and the Lost Kingdom of the Nabataeans. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2002. Pp. 224; 163 color ills., 10 halftones and 1 line ill. ISBN 0-674-01755-2.

  3. 2006. E-review article (BMCR 2006.10.11) on: Catherine Saliou (ed.), Gaza dans l'Antiquite Tardive. Archeologie, rhetorique et histoire. Actes du colloque international de Poitiers (6-7 mai 2004). [CARDO/2. Etudes et Textes pour l'Identite Culturelle de l'Antiquite Tardive], Helios: Salerno 2005, xvi + 239 pp. http://ccat.sas.upenn.edu/bmcr/2006/2006-10-11.html

  4. 2006. Review article on: L. Di Segni, Cyril of Scythopolis: Introduction, Translation and Commentary, Yad Yizak ben Zvi, Jerusalem 2005 (Hebrew), Zion 71/2 (2006), pp. 228-32 (Hebrew).

  5. 2006. Review article on: F. Zayadine, F. Larche and J. Dentzer-Feydy, Le Qasr al-Bint de Petra. L'architecture, le decor, la chronologie et les dieux. Edition Recherche sur les Civilisations, Paris 2003. 229 pp., bibl., English summery, 54 plates of drawings, 140 photos, pb. ISBN 2-86538-287-7, Journal of Roman Archaeology 19 (2006), pp. 441-445.

  6. 2006. Review article on: Jacqueline Dentzer-Feydy, Jean-Marie Dentzer, Pierre-Marie Blanc (eds.) Hauran II. Les installations de Sie 8: Du sanctuaire a l'etablissement viticole. Beyrouth, Institut francais d'archeologie du Proche-Orient, 2003 [Bibliotheque archeologique et historique 164]. Vol. 1. Text, 332 pp., bibl., index, 2 folded maps, and Arabic summary (ISBN 2-912738-18-0); Vol. 2. 199 Plates (2-912738-21-0), Journal of Roman Archaeology 19 (2006), pp. 660-661.

  7. 2008. Review article on: I. Ruben (ed.), text by U. Bellwald et al. The Petra Siq. Nabataean Hydrology uncovered. National Press, Amman 2003. ISBN 9957-8555-0- 6, xxii + 140pp., including 178 Figs., 28 sector maps, glossary and bibl: Water and the Petra Siq, Journal of Roman Archaeology 21 (2008), pp. 696-699.

iii. Other Publications

  1. 2005. "The Last Hermit", in: N. Shalev-Khalifa, A Locked Garden. Visits to the Monasteries of Israel, Or Yehuda 2005, pp. 21-22 (Hebrew).

  2. 2005. Go to the desert with Cyril, Ethmol 30/6, no. 182, 14-17 (in Hebrew).

  3. 2009. "Le monachisme autour de la mer Morte", L'Archeo-thema. Revue d'archeologie et d'histoire, 2 Mai-Juin 2009, pp. 52-55.