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Archaeological resources for New Testament studies [slide] : a collection of slides on religion and culture in antiquity /

based on the work of the Research Team for Archaeology in New Testament Lands ; edited by Helmut Koester and Holland L. Hendrix.

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Names: Koester, Helmut, | Hendrix, Holland Lee.
Published: Philadelphia : Fortress, 1987-1994.
Topics: Civilization, Greco-Roman | Bible. New Testament - Antiquities. | Olympia (Greece : Ancient sanctuary) | Metroon (Olympia, Greece) | Temple of Zeus (Olympia, Greece)
Regions: Egypt - Religion - 332 B.C.-640 A.D. | Greece - Religious life and customs. | Greece - Antiquities | Turkey - Antiquities | Athens (Greece) - Antiquities. | Corinth (Greece) - Antiquities. | Thessalonike (Greece) - Antiquities. | Isthmía (Greece) - Antiquities. | Philippi (Extinct city) | Ephesus (Extinct city)
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Vol. 1. Athens series A (Akropolis. Ancient agora). Athens series B (Odeion of Herodes Atticus and Stoa of Eumenes. Spring area/Egyptian cults. Asklepieion. The Theater of Dionysos Eleuthereos. Arch of Hadrian and Temple of Zeus Olympios). Corinth series A (Lechaion Road. Forum. Theater and Odeion. Demeter Sanctuary. Asklepieion). Olympia. Thessalonica (Egyptian gods. Forum. Galerius monuments. Christian churches) (282 slides + guide [ca. 250 leaves]) -- v. 2. Athens C (Kerameikos area. Pompeion and Panathenaia. Pnyx. Baccheion and Amyneion. Tower of the Winds. Roman agora. Imperial statuary. Philopappos. Library of Hadrian and other Hadrianic monuments. Omega House). Corinth B (Religious traditions of Corinth. Monuments of the city. The imperial presence. The people of Corinth). Isthmia (Overview. Temple of Poseidon. Area of the Sanctuary of Palaimon/Melikertes. Palaimonion. Cult, caves and theater. Victory monuments. Other archaeological finds. Transisthmian fortifications). Philippi A (History and overview. Akropolis Mountain. Basilica A. Forum and Basilica B. Octagonal church). Ephesos A (Overview and history. Arkadian Street. Bath-gymnasium complex. Theater. Temple of the Egyptian gods. Market gate. Library of Celsus. Embolos area. Lucius Verus monument. Heroon of Androklos and octagonal heroon. Latrine and varius baths. So-called "Temple of Hadrian". Fountain of Trajan). Abbreviations. Short titles. Index of names. Index of ancient authors. Index of inscriptions. Glossary (ca. 250 slides + guide (ca. 300 leaves)).

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