Student Resources Hachlili, Rachel. Ancient Mosaic Pavements: Themes, Issues, and Trends. Leiden: Brill, 2009, 65–72. Here you will find an overview of Jewish and Christian depictions of Noah’s ark in antiquity. Trebilco, Paul R. Jewish Communities in Asia Minor. Cambridge:
Student Resources Barag, Dan. “Glass Pilgrim Vessels from Jerusalem: Part 1.” Journal of Glass Studies 12 (1970): 35–63. Barag gives a description of all the surviving flasks with Jewish and Christian symbols, interprets their shape, and suggests they were used
Student Resources Jellicoe, Sidney. The Septuagint and Modern Study. Winona Lake, Ind.: Eisenbrauns, 1993, 176–242. An introduction to the various manuscripts of the Septuagint. Law, Timothy Michael. When God Spoke Greek: The Septuagint and the Making of the Christian Bible.
Student Resources Cicero, Marcus Tullius. Letters to Friends, Volume II: Letters 114–280. Edited and translated by David R. Shackleton Bailey. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 2001, 264–69 (no. 209). A letter from a wealthy Roman
Student Resources Cameron, Alan. “Orfitus and Constantius: A Note on Roman Gold-glasses.” Journal of Roman Archaeology 9 (1996): 295–301. Argues that not only the aristocracy could afford gold glasses. Engemann, Josef. “Bemerkungen zu spätrömischen Gläsern mit Goldfoliendekor.” Jahrbuch für Antike
Student ResourcesBaur, Paul V. C. “David and Goliath on an Early Christian Lamp.” Yale Classical Studies 1 (1928): 43–51. Baur dates the lamp to the 3rd century AD, and compares it to other ancient pictures of David and Goliath.Elsner, Jás.
Student Resources Cumont, Franz. “Un fragment de sarcophage judeo-païen.” Revue Archéologique 4 (1916): 1–16. Cumont was one of the first scholars to draw attention to this sarcophagus. He gives a detailed description and relates this sarcophagus to other sarcophagi from