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Jerusalem and Judaea, Studies on history, archaeology, and numismatics

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Jerusalem and Judaea, Studies on history, archaeology, and numismatics, Electrum, vol. 26 (2019), edited by Edward Dabrowa, Cracow 2019
                                 
                                                          
Catharine Lorber, The Circulation of Ptolemaic Silver in Seleucid Coele Syria and
   Phoenicia from Antiochus III to the Maccabean Revolt: Monetary Policies
   and Political Consequences                                               
Donald T. Ariel, New Evidence for the Dates of the Walls of Jerusalem
   in the Second Half of the Second Century BC                            
Orit Peleg-Barkat, Herod’s Western Palace in Jerusalem: Some New Insights    
David M. Jacobson, Coins of the First Century Roman Governors of Judaea and
   Their Motifs                                                              
Omri Abadi, Boaz Zissu, The Purpose of the Ritual Baths in the Tombs of the
   Kings: A New Proposal                                                     
Avner Ecker, The Training Ground (Campus) of the legio X Fretensis in Jerusalem/
   Aelia Capitolina—a Possible Identification North of the Damascus Gate
Miriam Ben Zeev Hofman, Eusebius and Hadrian’s Founding of Aelia Capitolina
   in Jerusalem                                                             
Werner Eck, Die Colonia Aelia Capitolina: Überlegungen zur Anfangsphase der
   zweiten römischen Kolonie in der Provinz Iudaea-Syria Palaestina      
Eran Almagor, Jerusalem and the Bar Kokhba Revolt Again: A Note          
Michaël Giradin, Leḥerut Yerushalayim: The Temple at the Time of the Bar Kokhba
   War                                                                   
Yana Tchekhanovets, Ring with Resurrection Scene from Ummayyad Jerusalem
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