Leonard Victor Rutgers

Research Fellow of the Royal Dutch Academy of Arts and Sciences - Università di Utrecht, Paesi Bassi

Theologische Faculteit, POB 80105; 3508 TC Utrecht, Paesi Bassi





Storia degli ebrei in italia; archeologia ebraica; storia delle relazione tra ebrei e cristiani nell'impero tardoantico.



1. The Jews in Late Ancient Rome. Evidence of Cultural Interaction in the Roman Diaspora (Leiden: Brill, 1995)

2. The Hidden Heritage of Diaspora Judaism. Essays on Jewish Cultural Identity in the Roman World (Leuven: Peeters, 1998)

3. Subterranean Rome. Searching for the Roots of Christianity in the Catacombs of the Eternal City (Leuven: Peeters, 2000).

4. "The Jews of Italy in Late Antiquity," to appear in: The Cambridge History of Judaism Volume 4: The Late Roman-Rabbinic Period (Cambridge: Cambridge UP, to appear in 2001)

5. "Die juedische Gemeinde Roms und das Market-place Modell," in: J. Wieseh?fer (ed.), Historia Einzelschriften (Wiesbaden: Steiner, to appear in 2000)

6. "Death and Afterlife: The Inscriptional Evidence," in: A. J. Avery-Peck and J. Neusner (eds), Judaism in Late Antiquity (Leiden: Brill, 2000): 293-310.

7. "Architecture," in: Oxford Encyclopedia of the Dead Sea Scrolls (in press, Oxford U.P., New York 2000).

8. "Incense Shovels at Sepphoris?" in E.M. Meyers (ed.), Galilee through the Centuries (Winona Lake: Eisenbrauns, 1999): 195-216.

9. "Enige kanttekeningen bij het gebruik van archeologische vondsten in recente nieuwtestamentische studies" Nederlands Theologisch Tijdschrift 51 (1997) 265-80 en 52 (1998): 1-16 (Notes on the Use of Archaeology in Recent NT Scholarship).

10. "Sepphoris in Late Antiquity: Methodological Reflections on the Archaeological Finds from the Domestic Quarter in Sepphoris," in: H. Lapin (ed.), Religious and Ethnic Communities in Later Roman Palestine(University Press of Maryland, 1998): 153-69.

11. "Interaction and Its Limits: Some Notes on the Jews of Sicily in Late Antiquity,"Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 115 (1997): 245-56.

12. "Jüdische Katakomben," Lexikon fYr Theologie und Kirche V (1997) 1298.

13. Various contributions in R. Martin Nagy (ed.), Sepphoris in Galilee. Crosscurrents of Culture (Winona Lake, Eisenbrauns, 1996).

14. "Diaspora Synagogues: Synagogue Archaeology in the Greco-Roman World," in: S. Fine (ed.), Sacred Realm. The Emergence of the Synagogue in the Ancient World (New York en Oxford: Yeshiva University en Oxford U.P., 1996): 67-95.

15.  Id. & S. Fine, "New Light on Judaism in Asia Minor During Late Antiquity: Two Recently Identified Inscribed Menorahs," Jewish Studies Quarterly 3 (1996): 1-17.

16. Id.  & E. M. Meyers, Entree "Catacombs" in: E.M. Meyers (ed.), Oxford Encyclopedia of Archaeology in the Near East (New York: Oxford U.P., 1996) s.v.

17. "Attitudes to Judaism in the Greco-Roman Period: Reflections on Feldman's Jew and Gentile in the Ancient World," Jewish Quarterly Review 85 (1995) 1-35.

18. "The Legal Position of Jews in Ancient Rome with Special Emphasis on the First Century," Classical Antiquity 13 (1994) 56-74, reprinted in: K. P. Donfried en P. Richardson (eds.), Judaism and Christianity in First-Century Rome (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1998): 93-116.

19. "Archaeological Evidence for the Interaction of Jews and non-Jews in Late Antiquity," American Journal of Archaeology 96:1 (1992) 101-18.

20. "The Jewish Catacombs of Rome Reconsidered," Tenth World Congres of Jewish Studies Div. B. Vol. 2 (1990) 29-36.

21. "Überlegungen zu den jüdischen Katakomben Roms," Jahrbuch fuer Antike und Christentum 33 (1990) 140-57.

22. "Ein in situ erhaltenes Sarkophagfragment in der juedischen Katakombe an der Via Appia," Jewish Art 14 (1988) 16-27.






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