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Andrew Overman, Daniel N. Schowalter (ed. : The Roman Temple Complex at Horvat Omrit: An Interim Report. The Temple Complex at Horvat Omrit 1: The Architecture. The Brill Reference Library of Judaism vol. 45. Leiden/Boston: Brill 2015.

Andrew Overman, Daniel N. BAR International Series vol. 2205. Oxford: Archaeopress 2011.

This volume details the excavation of a Roman temple complex in northern Galilee. The site is known as Omrit, although the origin of the name is uncertain. Found between the Druze holy site of Nebi Yehuda and the well-known hill, Tel Azaziyat, the Omrit temple is a remarkable discovery. The temple foundations are very-well preserved and many of the original architectural f This volume details the excavation of a Roman temple complex in northern Galilee. Found between the Druze holy site of Nebi Yehuda and the well-known.

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BAR International Series 2205. Oxford: Archaeopress, 2011. viii + 122 pages, 115 black-and-white and color figures, numerous unnumbered photographs, 2 tables, 2 graphs. Published: 1 May 2013.

BOOK DESCRIPTIONThis volume details the excavation of a Roman temple complex in northern Galilee The site is known as Omrit although the origin of the name is uncertain . J. Andrew Overman and Daniel N. Schowalter. Publication Year: 2011.

BOOK DESCRIPTIONThis volume details the excavation of a Roman temple complex in northern Galilee The site is known as Omrit although the origin of the name is uncertain Found between the Druze holy site of Nebi Yehuda and the well-known hill Tel Azaziyat the Omrittemple is a remarkable discovery.

Olive, . Nelson, M. 2003. Discovering Herod's Shrine to Augustus: Mystery Temple found at Omrit. Rituals and Power: The Roman Imperial Cult in Asia Minor. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Olive, . 2007. A Newly Discovered Herodian Temple at Khirbet Omrit in Northern Israel. In: Kokkinos, . ed. The World of the Herods.

The Roman temple complex at Horvat Omrit : an interim report. Andrew Overman, Daniel N. The Roman Temples from Horvat Omrit from the Foothills of Mount Hermon. This volume publishes the intial results from the excavation of a significant temple complex in northern Galilee dating from the earliest years of Roman imperial rule. Specialist reports describe th. More).

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Volume One of The Temple Complex at Horvat Omrit presents a detailed examination of the surviving architecture of the three Roman period temple phases at the newly excavated sanctuary at the archaeological site of Omrit in northern Israel

Volume One of The Temple Complex at Horvat Omrit presents a detailed examination of the surviving architecture of the three Roman period temple phases at the newly excavated sanctuary at the archaeological site of Omrit in northern Israel.

This volume details the excavation of a Roman temple complex in northern Galilee. The site is known as Omrit, although the origin of the name is uncertain. Found between the Druze holy site of Nebi Yehuda and the well-known hill, Tel Azaziyat, the Omrit temple is a remarkable discovery. The temple foundations are very-well preserved and many of the original architectural features are still on the site. Along with on-going excavations and preservation of the site, the long-range plans for the expedition include a partial reconstruction of the temple. The finds, data, history of the excavations, and the architectural complexity of the temple are presented in this volume in the form of an interim report. Contents: Introduction (J. Andrew Overman and Daniel N. Schowalter); 1) Omrit as Part of the Roman East (J. Andrew Overman); 2) The Temple at Omrit: A Study in Architectural and Political Iconography (G. Mazor); 3) A Preliminary Review of the Architecture of Omrit: The Temple Area (Michael C. Nelson); 4) Pottery from Selected Loci at Omrit (Débora Sandhaus); 5) Wall Painting Fragments from Omrit (Silvia Rozenberg); 6) Small Finds and Inscriptions from Omrit (Daniel N. Schowalter); 7) The Potential for Earthquake Damage to Temple Two Architecture at Roman Omrit (Gregory W. Stoehr).