Title, Corpus Inscriptionum Judaicarum Library of Biblical Studies. Author, Jean B . Frey. Edition, revised. Publisher, Ktav Publishing House, Incorporated, Bibliographic information. QR code for Corpus inscriptionum judaicarum. Title, Corpus inscriptionum judaicarum. Volume 1 of Sussidi allo studio delle antichità . Corpus inscriptionum Judaicarum by, , Pontificio Istituto di Archeologia Cristiana edition, in French.
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Corpus inscriptionum judaicarum, by Pontificio istituto di archeologia cristiana, Rome, which was issued as no. Fabrizio Bisconti for calling my attention to this publication. Skip to content Skip to search. Moretti, Inscriptiones Graecae Urbis Romae, 2. Lupi, Dissertatio ed animadversiones ad nuper inventum Severae Martyris epitaphium, Palermo,p.
It is published for the first time by Lupi,pp. Koch, Fruhchristliche Sarkophage, Munich,p. But his Dissertatio does include a number of Jewish inscriptions on sarcophagi in private houses and churches, as well as in the museum organized by members of his own order, the Jesuits, in Rome. The city of Rome, Cambridge,p. Alessandra Negroni for suggesting a possible connection between the title of archon and the cult of Mithras. Notes Reprint of the ed. The inscription CIJ 1.
Winkelmann is the only scholar to mention that the epitaph was found on an urn, a term also used to describe a container or sarcophagus.
Yet a number of irregularities in the text are also immediately apparent. There are no signs of inscriptiinum to the surface of the piece.
Corpus inscriptionum Judaicarum
The vineyard below which the Jewish catacomb had been found was not one of the known properties of the Rondinini family in the eighteenth century records suggest it was first rented by one Giuseppe Randanini just before the discovery of the Jewsh catacombs in Piacentini, de siglis veterum graecorum, Rome,p.
Koch includes the piece in the chapter on Jewish sarcophagi, despite the problem of assigning a Jewish identity to the piece. Check copyright status Cite this Title Corpus of Jewish inscriptions: The Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum indicates, in fact, that much of the Rondanini collection was purchased from antiquarians including Jacopo Bellotti, a noted dealer in both real and fake antiquities and other family collections including that of the Giustiniani.
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The front is decorated with several human and animal figures that flank a great rectangular tablet incsriptionum center. Separate different tags with a comma. Concordantia e verborum, nominum et imaginum. A figure in a toga is seated on the top of this small mountain, reading an open scroll rotulus in his hands.
On the right side, also overlapping with the tablet, is another boyish figure, probably always the same individual, now pictured with corpuus right arm wrapped in a mantle and grasping its folds over the left shoulder. We were unable to find this edition in any bookshop we are able to search. In order to set up a list of libraries that you have access to, you must first login or sign up.
This single location in Australian Capital Territory: Matthews in the Lexicon of Greek Personal Names 1: Bertinetti, Rome,p.
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The letters range from a minimum of 1. Pontificio Istituto di Archeologia Cristiana. The sarcophagus, marble grayish in tone, is roughly oval in shape, with rounded sides.
Rutgers, Leuven,pp. These 2 locations in New South Wales: Enter the email address you signed up with and we’ll email you a reset link. For this reason, the pieces themselves 25 Belli Barsani,p. Muratori, Novus Thesaurus veterum inscriptionum, 2, Milan,p.
Public Private login e. Winkelmann, Judaicxrum e Palazzi di Roma: Wilpert, Sarcofagi Cristiani 1, tav 3.
Noy, Jewish Inscriptions in Western Europe, 2: