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Aaron’s two other sons died an ignominious death and left no descendants. See I Chronicles 24:1–2. 54. Kraeling, The Synagogue (1956), 130 55. , 126. 56. For an initial analysis of the Sepphoris mosaic, see Ze’ev Weiss and Ehud Netzer, Promise and Redemption: A Synagogue Mosaic from Sepphoris (Jerusalem: Israel Museum, 1996), as well as Ze’ev Weiss’s “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.

He argues that priests were the primary teachers and arbiters of the Torah in the late Second Temple Period; see Judaism: Practice and Belief, 63 BCE–55 CE (Philadelphia: Trinity Press International, 1992), 170–89. 10. See Goodenough, Jewish Symbols, vols. IX–XI. Other scholars have revived Goodenough’s approach to some extent. See, for example, Jodi Magness, “Heaven on Earth: Helios and the Zodiac Cycle in Ancient Palestinian Synagogues,” Dumbarton Oaks Papers 59 (2005), 1–52. 11. Fine, Art and Judaism, 172–83.

71 Likewise, the well in the image dispenses water in individual streams to the tribal leaders. ” (Ezekiel 47:1) This flowing water becomes a stream, and then a great river, that will flow to the Dead Sea, making its waters fresh, and irrigating the surrounding land (verses 2–12).

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