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 List of Publications - Zeev Weiss

May 2019

  1. Ph.D. Dissertation

1.    Games and Spectacles in Roman Palestine and Their Reflection in Talmudic Literature (supervised by Profs. L. I. Levine and G. Foerster), Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 1995 (Hebrew).

     

II. Books

2.   R. Talgam and Z. Weiss, The Mosaics in the House of Dionysos at Sepphoris: Excavated by E. M. Meyers, E. Netzer and C. L. Meyers, Qedem 44 (Jerusalem: Institute of Archaeology, Hebrew University, 2004), 170 pages + 16 color plates.

3.   Z. Weiss, The Sepphoris Synagogue: Deciphering an Ancient Message: in Its Archaeological and Socio-Historical Contexts (Jerusalem: Israel Exploration Society, 2005), 360 pages + 211 illustrations.

4.  Z. Weiss, Public Spectacles in Roman and Late Antique Palestine (Cambridge MA, Harvard University Press, 2014).

     

III.   Books Edited

5.   R. M. Nagy, C. L. Meyers, E. M. Meyers, and Z. Weiss (eds.), Sepphoris in Galilee: Crosscurrents of Culture (Raleigh: North Carolina Museum of Art, 1996), 240 pp.

6.   L. I. Levine and Z. Weiss (eds.), From Dura to Sepphoris: Studies in Jewish Art and Society in Late Antiquity, Journal of Roman Archaeology, Supp. 40 (Portsmouth, RI: Journal of Roman Archaeology, 2000), 238 pp.

7.  Z. Weiss, O. Irshai, J. Magness, and S. Schwartz (eds.), “Follow the Wise” (B Sanhedrin 32b): Studies in Jewish History and Culture in Honor of Lee I. Levine (Winona Lake: Eisenbrauns, 2010).

  1. D. Schwartz and Z. Weiss (eds.), Was 70 CE a Watershed in Jewish History? On Jews and Judaism before and after the Destruction of the Second Temple, (AJEC; Leiden: Brill, 2012).
  2. Z.  Weiss et al, (eds.), Eretz Israel 31 (2015).
  3. O. Tal and Z. Weiss, Expression of Cult in the Southern Levant in the Greco-Roman Period (Turnhout: Brepols, 2017).

IV.      Chapters in Collections

11.     Z. Weiss, “Buildings for Entertainment,” in D. Sperber, The City in Roman Palestine (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1998), 77–91, 94–102.

12.     Z. Weiss, “Social Aspects of Burial in Beth She‘arim: Archaeological Finds and Talmudic Sources,” in The Galilee in Late Antiquity, ed. L. I. Levine (New York and Jerusalem: Jewish Theological Seminary of America, 1992), 357–371.

13.     Z. Weiss, “The Location of Jewish Cemeteries in Galilee in the Mishnaic and Talmudic Periods,” in Graves and Burial Practices in Israel in the Ancient Period, ed. I. Singer (Jerusalem: Yad Izhak Ben-Zvi, 1994), 230–240 (Hebrew).

14a.  Z. Weiss, “Sepphoris during the Roman and Byzantine Periods in Light of Archaeological Finds,” in Proceedings of the Eleventh World Congress of Jewish Studies (Jerusalem: World Congress of Jewish Studies, 1994), div. 2, vol. 1, 47–53 (Hebrew).

14b.  Z. Weiss and E. Netzer, “Architectural Development of Sepphoris during the Roman and Byzantine Periods,” in Archaeology and the Galilee: Texts and Contexts in the Greco-Roman and Byzantine Periods, ed. D. R. Edwards and C. T. McCollough (Atlanta: Scholars, 1997), 117–130.

15.     Z. Weiss, “The Jews and the Games in Roman Caesarea,” in Caesarea Maritima – A Retrospective after Two Millennia, ed. A. Raban and K. G. Holum (Leiden: Brill, 1996), 443–453.

16.    Z. Weiss, “Greco-Roman Influences on the Art and Architecture of the Jewish City in Roman Palestine,” in Religious and Ethnic Communities in Later Roman Palestine, ed. H. Lapin (Potomac: University Press of Maryland, 1998), 219–246.

17.     Z. Weiss and E. Netzer, “The Sepphoris Synagogue: A New Look at Synagogue Art and Architecture in the Byzantine Period,” Galilee through the Centuries: Confluence of Cultures, ed. E. M. Meyers (Winona Lake: Eisenbrauns, 1999), 199–226.

18.    Z. Weiss, “Biblical Stories in Early Jewish Art: Jewish-Christian Polemic or Intracommunal Dialogue,” in Continuity and Change: Jews and Judaism in Byzantine-Christian Palestine, ed. L. I. Levine (Jerusalem: Yad Izhak Ben-Zvi, 2004), 245–270.

19.    Z. Weiss, “Games and Spectacles in Ancient Gaza: Performances for the Masses Held in Buildings Now Lost,” in Christian Gaza in Late Antiquity, ed. B. Bitton-Ashkelony and A. Kofsky (Leiden: Brill, 2004), 22–39.

20.    Z. Weiss, “Private Architecture in the Public Sphere: Urban Dwellings in Roman and Byzantine Sepphoris,” in From Antioch to Alexandria: Recent Studies in Domestic Architecture, ed. K. Galor and T. Waliszewski (Warsaw: University of Warsaw 2007), 125–136.

21a.   Z. Weiss, “The Zodiac in Ancient Synagogue Art: Cyclical Order and Divine Power,” in La mosaïque gréco-romaine, IX, ed. H. Morlier (Rome: École française de Rome, 2005), 1119–1130.

21b.   Z. Weiss, “The Zodiac in Ancient Synagogue Art: Cyclical Order and Divine Power,” Michmanim 20 (2007), 67–78 (Hebrew).

22.    Z. Weiss, “The Tabernacle, Temple, and Sacrificial Service in Ancient Synagogue Art and in Light of the Judeo-Christian Controversy,” in Image and Sound: Art, Music and History, ed. R. I. Cohen (Jerusalem: Zalman Shazar Center for Jewish History, 2007, 65–85 (Hebrew).

23a.        Z. Weiss, “Set the Shewbread on the Table Before Me Always” (Exodus 25:30): Artistic Representations of the Shewbread Table in Early Jewish and Christian Art Table,” in The Archaeology of Difference: Gender, Ethnicity and the “Other” in Antiquity: Studies in Honor of Eric M. Meyers, ed. D. R. Edwards and C. T. McCollough (Boston: American Schools of Oriental Research, 2007), 381–390.

23b.        Z. Weiss, “Set the Shewbread on the Table Before Me Always” (Exodus 25:30): Artistic Representations of the Shewbread Table in Early Jewish and Christian Art Table,” in Timorah, ed. B. Yaniv (Ramat Gan: Bar-Ilan University Press, 2006), 23–30 (Hebrew).

24.    Z. Weiss, “Jewish Galilee in the First Century C.E.: An Archaeological View,” in D. Schwartz, Flavius Josephus, Vita: Introduction, Hebrew Translation, and Commentary (Jerusalem: Yad Izhak Ben-Zvi, 2007), 15–60 (Hebrew).

25.    Z. Weiss, “Sculptures and Sculptural Images in the Urban Galilean Context,” in The Sculptural Environment of the Roman Near-East: Reflection on Culture, Ideology, and Power, ed. Y. Z. Eliav et al. (Leuven: Peeters, 2008), 559–574.

26.           Z. Weiss, “Sepphoris on the Eve of the Revolt against the Romans in Light of Josephus’ Writings and the Archaeological Finds,” in The Great Revolt in the Galilee, ed. O. Guri-Rimon (Haifa: Hecht Museum, Haifa University, 2008), 21–26 (Hebrew).

27.    Z. Weiss, “The Mosaics of the Nile Festival Building at Sepphoris and the Legacy of the Antiochene Tradition,” in Between Judaism and Christianity: Pictorials Playing on Mutual Grounds, ed. K. Kogman-Appel and M. Meyer, (Leiden: Brill, 2009), 9–23.

28.    Z. Weiss, “Mosaic Art in Fifth-Century CE Sepphoris: Iconography, Style, and the Possible Identification of a Local Workshop,” in Man Near a Roman Arch: Studies Presented to Prof. Yoram Tsafrir, ed. L. Di Segni et al. (Jerusalem, Israel Exploration Society, 2009), 88–99 (Hebrew).

28a   Z. Weiss, “Mosaic Art in Early Fifth-Century CE Sepphoris: Iconography, Style, and the Possible Identification of a Local Workshop,” in O Mosaico Romano nos Centros e nas Periferias: Originalidadas, Influências e Identidades: Actes do X Colóuio Internacional da Associação Internacional para o Estudo do Mosaico Antigo (AIEMA) Museu Monográfico de Conimbriga (Portugal), 29 de Outubro a 3 de Novembro de 2005, (Instituto dos Museums a da Conservação: Conimbriga 2011), 657-664.

29.    Z. Weiss, “Between Rome and Byzantium: Pagan Motifs in Synagogue Art and Their Place in the Judaeo-Christian Controversy,” in Jewish Identities in Antiquity: Studies in Memory of Menahem Stern, ed. L. I. Levine and D. R. Schwartz (Tübingen, Mohr Siebeck, 2009), 367–390.

30.    Z. Weiss, “Stratum II at Hammath Tiberias: Reconstructing Its Access, Internal Space, and Architecture,” in A Wandering Galilean: Essays in Honour of Seán Freyne, ed. Z. Rodgers et al. (Leiden: Brill, 2009), 321–342.

31.     Z. Weiss, “Artistic Trends and Contact between Communities in Sepphoris of Late Antiquity: Recent Research,” in Religious Diversity in Late Antiquity, Late Antique Archaeology 6, ed. D. M. Gwynn and S. Bangert, (Leiden: Brill, 2010), 167-188.

32.    Z. Weiss, “Theaters, Hippodromes, and Amphitheaters in Ancient Palestine,” in Oxford Handbook of Jewish Daily Life in Roman Palestine, ed. C. Hezser (Oxford: Oxford University Press 2010), 623-640.

33.    Z. Weiss, “Mosaic Art in Ancient Sepphoris: Between East and West,” in La mosaïque gréco-romaine, XI, ed. M. Sahin (Istanbul: Ege Yayınları, 2012), 941-951.

34.   Z. Weiss, “Were Priests Communal Leaders in Late Antique Palestine?” in Was 70 C.E. a Watershed in Jewish History? ed. D. R. Schwartz and Z. Weiss, (AJEC; Leiden: Brill, 2012), 91-111.

35.   Z. Weiss, “Is Rabbinic Literature a Valid Tool for Analyzing Archaeological Finds?” in: A. Ferziger (ed.), Studies in Judaism and Jewish Culture in Honor of Rabbi Professor Daniel Sperber, Ramat Gan: Bar-Ilan University Press, 2017, 419-435 (Hebrew).

36.   Z. Weiss, “Sepphoris, From Galilean Town to Roman City, 100 BCE–200 CE,” Galilee in the Late Second Temple and Mishnaic Periods, eds. David A. Fiensy, and James Riley Strange (Minneapolis: Fortress Press, 2015), 53-75.

37. Z. Weiss, “Josephus and the Archaeology of the Galilee,” A Companion to Josephus,” eds. Honora Howell Chapman and Zuleika Rodgers (Malden: Wiley-Blackwell, 2016), 161-198.

38.   Z. Weiss, “Decorating the Sacred Realm: Biblical Depictions in Synagogues and Churches of Ancient Palestine,” eds. Uzi Leibner and Catherine Hezser, Jewish Art in its Late Antique Context (Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2016), 121-137.

39.   Z. Weiss, “Houses of the Wealthy in Roman and Late Antique Tiberias,” Arise, walk through the land. Studies in the Archaeology and History of the Land of Israel in Memory of Yizhar Hirschfeld on the Tenth Anniversary of his Decease, ed. J. Patrich, O. Peleg-Barkat, and E. Ben-Yosef (Jerusalem: Israel Exploration Society 2016), 211-220 (Hebrew).

40.   Z. Weiss, “Cult and Culture: Amusing the Crowds under the Auspices of Gods and Caesars,” in Expression of Cult in the Southern Levant in the Greco-Roman Period (Turnhout: Brepols, 2017), 24-35.

41. Z. Weiss, “Houses of the Wealthy in Roman Galilee,” The Roman Villa in the Mediterranean Basin: Late Republic to Late Antiquity, ed. A. Marzano and G. P.R. Métraux (Cambridge 2018, 317-327.

42.  Z. Weiss, “Decorating Sacred Space: Jewish Iconography in Late Antiquity,” Cambridge Archaeology of Late Antiquity, eds. Leonard V. Rutgers, Olof Brandt, and Jodi Magness (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, in press).

43.  Z. Weiss, “Building God’s House: Synagogues, Churches, and Intercommunal Relations in Late Antique Palestine,” in E. Iricinschi and C. Kotsifou, Coping with Religious Change in the Late-antique Eastern Mediterranean, (Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, in press).

44.  Z. Weiss, “Defining Limits in Time of Shifting Borders: Jewish Life in Fifth Century Palestine,” in J. W. Drijvers and N. Lenski, The Fifth Century: Age of Transformation, Proceedings of the 12th Biennial Shifting Frontiers in Late Antiquity Conference, (Edipuglia, in press).

 

  1. Articles

45a.  R. Talgam and Z. Weiss, “‘The Dionysos Cycle’ in the Sepphoris Mosaic,” Qadmoniot 83–84 (1988), 93–99 (Hebrew).

45b.  Z. Weiss and R. Talgam, “The Dionysiac Mosaic Floor from Sepphoris,” VI Coloquio Internacional Sobre Mosaico Antiguo – Palencia Merida (Octubre 1990) (Palencia: Asociación Española del Mosaico, 1994), 231–237.

46.    Z. Weiss, “The Location of the Sheliah Tzibbur during Prayer,” Cathedra 55 (1990), 8–21 (Hebrew).

47.    Z. Weiss, “Comments: ‘Goes Down before the Ark’,” Cathedra 64 (1992), 178–179 (Hebrew).

48.    Z. Weiss, “The Synagogue at Hammat Tiberias (Stratum II): A Suggestion for Reconstruction,” Eretz Israel 23 (1992), 320–326 (Hebrew).

49.    Z. Weiss and E. Netzer, “Two Excavation Seasons at Sepphoris,” Qadmoniot 95–96 (1992), 113–121 (Hebrew).

50.    E. Netzer and Z. Weiss, “Sepphoris (Zippori), 1991–1992,” Israel Exploration Journal 43 (1993), 190–196.

51.     E. Netzer and Z. Weiss, “New Evidence for Late-Roman and Byzantine Sepphoris,” in The Roman and Byzantine Near East: Some Recent Archaeological Research, ed. J. H. Humphrey, Journal of Roman Archaeology, Supp. 14 (Portsmouth, RI: Journal of Roman Archaeology, 1995), 162–176.

52.    Z. Weiss, “Roman Leisure Culture and Its Influence upon the Jewish Population in the Land of Israel,” Qadmoniot 109 (1995), 2–19 (Hebrew).

53.    Z. Weiss, “Hellenistic Influences on Jewish Burial Customs in the Galilee during the Mishnaic and Talmudic Period,” Eretz Israel 25 (1996), 356–364 (Hebrew).

54.    Z. Weiss and E. Netzer, “The Hebrew University Excavations at Sepphoris,” Qadmoniot 113 (1997), 2–21 (Hebrew).

55.    Z. Weiss, “Adopting a Novelty: The Jews and the Roman Games in Palestine,” The Roman and Byzantine Near East: Recent Archaeological Research, II, ed. J. H. Humphrey, Journal of Roman Archaeology, Supp. 31 (Portsmouth, RI: Journal of Roman Archaeology, 1999), 23–49.

56.    Z. Weiss, “The Sepphoris Synagogue Mosaic and the Role of Talmudic Literature in its Iconographical Study,” in From Dura to Sepphoris: Studies in Jewish Art and Society in Late Antiquity, ed. L. I. Levine and Z. Weiss, Journal of Roman Archaeology, Supp. 40 (Portsmouth, RI: Journal of Roman Archaeology, 2000), 15–30.

57.    Z. Weiss, “Between Paganism and Judaism: Toward an Identification of the ‘Dionysiac Building’ Residents at Roman Sepphoris,” Cathedra 99 (2001), 7–26 (Hebrew).

58a.  Z. Weiss, “New Light on the Rehov Inscription: Identifying ‘the Gate of Campon’ at Bet Shean,” Tarbiz 70 (2000), 35–50 (Hebrew).

58b.  Z. Weiss, “New Light on the Rehov Inscription: Identifying ‘The Gate of Campon’ at Bet Shean,” What Athens Has to Do with Jerusalem, ed. L. V. Rutgers (Leuven: Peeters, 2002), 211–233.

59.    Z. Weiss, “The Jews of Ancient Palestine and the Roman Games: Rabbinic Dicta vs. Communal Practice,” Zion 66 (2001), 427–459 (Hebrew).

60.    Z. Weiss and R. Talgam, “The Nile Festival Building and Its Mosaics: Mythological Representations in Early Byzantine Sepphoris,” in The Roman and Byzantine Near East, III, ed. J. H. Humphrey, Journal of Roman Archaeology, Supp. 49 (Portsmouth, RI: Journal of Roman Archaeology, 2002), 55–90.

61.    Z. Weiss, “The House of Orpheus: Another Late Roman Mansion in Sepphoris,” Qadmoniot 126 (2003), 94–101 (Hebrew).

62a.  Z. Weiss, “Josephus and Archaeology on the Cities of the Galilee,” Cathedra 120 (2006), 11–32 (Hebrew).

62b.  Z .Weiss, “Josephus and Archaeology on the Cities of the Galilee,” in Making History: Josephus and Historical Method, ed. Z. Rodgers (Leiden: Brill, 2007), 387–414.

63.    Z. Weiss, “Reconstructing and Deconstructing Jewish Art: Between Rome and Byzantium,” Ars Judaica 3 (2007), 7–19.

64.    Z. Weiss, “Buildings for Mass Entertainment in the Cities of the Decapolis” ARAM 23 (2011), 367-381.

65a.  Z. Weiss, “Burial Practices in Beth She‘arim and the Question of Dating the Patriarchal Necropolis,” Zion 70 (2010), 265–290 (Hebrew).

65b.  Z. Weiss, “Burial Practices in Beth She‘arim and the Question of Dating the Patriarchal Necropolis,” in “Follow the Wise” (B Sanhedrin 32b): Studies in Jewish History and Culture in Honor of Lee I. Levine, ed. Z. Weiss, O. Irshai, J. Magness, and S. Schwartz (Winona Lake: Eisenbrauns, 2010), 207–231.

66.           Z. Weiss, “From Roman Temple to Byzantine church: a Preliminary Report on Sepphoris in Transition,” Journal of Roman Archaeology 23 (2010), 196–217.

67.  Z. Weiss, “Images and Figural Representations in the Urban Galilee: Defining Limits in Times of Shifting Borders,” in The Image and Its Prohibition in Jewish Antiquity, ed. S. Pearce, Journal of Jewish Studies, Supp. 2 (Oxford, Journal of Jewish Studies, 2013), 130-144.  

68.   Z. Weiss, “Buildings for Mass Entertainment: Tradition and Innovation in Herodian Construction,” Near Eastern Archaeology 77 (2014), 98-107.

69.   Z. Weiss, “Was It a Synagogue? Preliminary Thoughts on the New Finds from Limyra,” Journal of Ancient Judaism, 5 (2014), 153-161.

70.  Z. Weiss, “Building for Mass Entertainment in Herodain Jerusalem: Text and Artifactual Remains, Fact or Fiction?” Eretz Israel 31 (2015), 104-114 (Hebrew).

71.  Z. Weiss, “Mass Entertainment in the Cities of the Decapolis under Christian Hegemony,” Aram 28 (2016), 69-75.

72. Z. Weiss, “Actors and Theaters, Rabbis and Synagogues: The Role of Public Performances in Shaping Communal Behavior in Late Antique Palestine,” Journal of Ancient Judaism, 8.2 (2017 [2018]), 271-279.

73. B. D. Gordon and Z. Weiss, “Samuel and Saul at Gilgal: A New Interpretation of the Elephant Mosaic Panel at the Late Antique Synagogue of Huqoq, Israel,” Journal of Roman Archaeology 31 (2018), 524-541.

74. Maya Sherman, Zeev Weiss, Tami Zilberman, and Gal Yasur, “Chalkstone Vessels from Sepphoris: Galilean Production in Roman Times,” Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research (in press).

 

VI. Other Publications

Field Reports

75.    E. Netzer and Z. Weiss, “Byzantine Mosaics at Sepphoris: New Finds,” Israel Museum Journal 10 (1992), 75–80.

76.    Z. Weiss and E. Netzer, “Zippori – 1992–1993,” Excavations and Surveys in Israel 14 (1994), 40–46.

77.    Z. Weiss and E. Netzer, “Zippori – 1994–1995,” Excavations and Surveys in Israel 18 (1998), 22–27.

78.    Z. Weiss, “Zippori – 1997,” Hadashot Arkheologiyot 109 (1999), 23–24 (Hebrew).

79.    Z. Weiss, “Zippori – 1998,” Hadashot Arkheologiyot 110 (1999), 24–27 (Hebrew).

80.    Z. Weiss, “Zippori – 1999,” Hadashot Arkheologiyot 112 (2000), 25–27 (Hebrew).

81.    Z. Weiss, “Zippori – 2000,” Hadashot Arkheologiyot 113 (2001), 29–31.

82.    Z. Weiss, “Zippori – 2001,” Hadashot Arkheologiyot 114 (2002), 24–25 (Hebrew).

83.    Z. Weiss, “Zippori – 2002,” Hadashot Arkheologiyot 115 (2003), 30–31 (Hebrew).

84.    Z. Weiss, “Sepphoris (Sippori), 2005,” Israel Exploration Journal 55 (2005), 219–227.

85.    Z. Weiss, “Sepphoris (Sippori), 2006,” Israel Exploration Journal 57 (2007), 96–106.

86.   Z. Weiss, “Sepphoris (Sippori) 2007,” Israel Exploration Journal 57 (2007), 215–229.

87.   Z. Weiss, “Sepphoris (Sippori), 2008,” Israel Exploration Journal 59 (2009), 101–112.

88.   Z. Weiss, “Sepphoris (Sippori), 2009,” Israel Exploration Journal 60 (2010), 98-107.

89.  Z. Weiss, “Zippori,” Hadashot Arkheologiyot 127 (2015): http://www.hadashot-esi.org.il/Report_Detail_Eng.aspx?id=22791

90.  Z. Weiss, “Zippori 2015,” Hadashot Arkheologiyot 128 (2016): http://www.hadashot-esi.org.il/Report_Detail_Eng.aspx?id=25006

91.  Z. Weiss, “Zippori 2016,” Hadashot Arkheologiyot 129 (2017): http://www.hadashot-esi.org.il/report_detail.aspx?id=25318&mag_id=125

Encyclopedic Entries

92a. Z. Weiss, “Sepphoris,” The New Encyclopedia of Archaeological Excavations in the Holy Land, ed. E. Stern (Jerusalem: Israel Exploration Society, 1993), IV, 1331–1336 (Hebrew).

92b.  Z. Weiss, “Sepphoris,” in The New Encyclopedia of Archaeological Excavations in the Holy Land, IV, ed. E. Stern (Jerusalem: Israel Exploration Society, 1993), 1324–1328.

93.    R. Talgam and Z. Weiss, “Synagogue before c. AD 800,” in The Dictionary of Art, XVII, ed. J. S. Turner (London: Macmillan, 1996), 540–543.

94.           Z. Weiss, “Sepphoris,” in The New Encyclopedia of Archaeological Excavations in the Holy Land, V, ed. E. Stern (Jerusalem: Israel Exploration Society, 2008), 2029–2035.

95.   Z. Weiss, “Sepphoris”, The Routledge Encyclopedia of Ancient Mediterranean Religions, ed. E. Orlin (Routledge, 2016), 863.

96.   Z. Weiss, “Sepphoris,” The Eerdmans Encyclopedia of Early Christian Art and Archaeology, ed. P. C. Finney (Grand Rapids, Michigan, 2017), 492-494.

97.  Z. Weiss, “Sepphoris, Oxford Classical Dictionary, 2017 = http://classics.oxfordre.com/view/10.1093/acrefore/9780199381135.001.0001/acrefore-9780199381135-e-8039.

Bibliographical Entries

98.    Z. Weiss, “Bibliographie par pays, région ensemble géographique, Israel,” Bulletin de L’association internationale pour l’étude de la mosaïque (AIEMA) 21 (2009), 373–377.

 

         Book Reviews

99.    Z. Weiss, “Art and Judaism in the Greco-Roman World: Toward a New Jewish Archaeology, by S. Fine,” Zion 73 (2008), 354–360 (Hebrew).

100.  Z. Weiss, “Leisure, Pleasure and Healing: Spa Culture and Medicine in Ancient Eastern Mediterranean, by E. Dvorjetski,” Journal for the Study of Judaism 40 (2009), 382–384.

101.    Z. Weiss, “How do we study daily life in the Second Temple period? Stone and dung, oil and spit: Jewish daily life in the time of Jesus, by Jodi Magness,” Journal of Roman Archaeology 26 (2013), 871-876.

 

            Uncategorized Articles

102.  Z. Weiss, “Ancient Synagogues at Tiberias and Hammat,” in Tiberias – From Its Foundation to the Muslim Conquest (Idan 11), ed. Y. Hirschfeld (Jerusalem: Yad Izhak Ben-Zvi, 1988), 34–48 (Hebrew).

103a.   E. Netzer and Z. Weiss, “New Mosaic Art from Sepphoris,” Biblical Archaeology Review 18 (1992), 36–43.

103b.   E. Netzer and Z. Weiss, “Mona Lisa in Israele,” Archeo 8 (1993), 40–49.

104.  Z. Weiss and E. Netzer, “Hellenistic and Roman Sepphoris, The Archaeological Evidence,” in Sepphoris in Galilee: Crosscurrents of Culture, ed. R. M. Nagy et al. (Raleigh: North Carolina Museum of Art, 1996), 29–37.

105a.   Z. Weiss and E. Netzer, “Archaeological Finds from the Byzantine Period at Sepphoris,” Michmanim 8 (1995), 75–85 (Hebrew).

105b. Z. Weiss and E. Netzer, “Sepphoris during the Byzantine Period,” in Sepphoris in Galilee: Crosscurrents of Culture, ed. R. M. Nagy et al. (Raleigh: North Carolina Museum of Art, 1996), 81–89.

106.  Z. Weiss and E. Netzer, “The Mosaics of the Nile Festival Building,” in Sepphoris in Galilee: Crosscurrents of Culture, ed. R. M. Nagy et al. (Raleigh: North Carolina Museum of Art, 1996), 127–131.

107a.   Z. Weiss and E. Netzer, “The Synagogue Mosaic,” in Sepphoris in Galilee: Crosscurrents of Culture, ed. R. M. Nagy et al. (Raleigh: North Carolina Museum of Art, 1996), 133–139.

107b.   Z. Weiss, “The Synagogue Mosaic from Sepphoris: A New Look at Synagogue Art during the Byzantine Period,” Et-HaDa‘at 2 (1998), 29–49 (Hebrew).

108.  Z. Weiss, “‘Perched on the Top of a Mountain Like a Bird’ Sepphoris Mosaic of Cultures: Between Hellenism and Judaism,” in Reference Points: Touring with Hebrew Sources in Northern Israel, ed. H.and D. Amit (Jerusalem: Yad Izhak Ben-Zvi, 2004), 88–109 (Hebrew).

109.  Z. Weiss, “‘I Saw the City in Its Prosperity’: On the City, Its Buildings, and Mosaics during the Roman and Byzantine Periods,” ‘Et-Mol, 199 (2008), 51–54.

110.  Z. Weiss, “Buildings for Mass Entertainment in Herod’s Kingdom,” in Herod the Great: The King Final Journey, ed. S. Rozenberg and D. Mevorah (Jerusalem: The Israel Museum, 2013), 224-239.

 

Catalogues and Guidebooks

111.    E. Netzer and Z. Weiss, Zippori (Jerusalem: Israel Exploration Society, 1994).

112.   Z. Weiss and E. Netzer, Promise and Redemption: A Synagogue Mosaic from Sepphoris (Jerusalem: Israel Museum, 1996).

113.  Z. Weiss, Sepphoris, Capital of the Galilee (Jerusalem Israel National Parks Authority, 2014).

 

      Obituaries

Dan Barag (1935-2009), Israel Exploration Journal, 60 (2010), 114-115.

Ehud Netzer (1934-2010), Israel Exploration Journal, 61 (2011), 106-108.