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Table of Contents for
Religious Rivalries and the Struggle for Success in Caesara Maritima, edited by Terence L. Donaldson

Preface

Abbreviations

Maps


1. Introduction | Terence L. Donaldson

EVIDENCE

2. Archaeological Evidence for Religion and Urbanism in Caesarea Maritima | Peter Richardson, University of Toronto

3. A Literary Guide to Caesarea Maritima | Lee A. Johnson, University of Toronto

4. Epigraphical Evidence in Caesarea Maritima | Bradley H. McLean, University of Western Ontario

5. Archaeological Study of Caesarea Maritima: An Annotated Bibliography | Elaine A. Myers, University of Toronto

RELIGION

6. Greco-Roman Religion in Caesarea Maritima | R. Jackson Painter, Alliance Biblical Seminary

7. Jews and Judaism in Caesarea Maritima | Michele Murray, Bishop’s University

8. Christianity in Caesarea Maritima | Richard S. Ascough, Queen’s University

9. Samaritanism in Caesarea Maritima | Reinhard Pummer, University of Ottawa

PERSPECTIVES

10. The Origins and Social Context of Mithraism at Caesarea Maritima | R. Jackson Painter, Alliance Biblical Seminary

11. Ethnic and Political Factors in the Conflict at Caesarea Maritima | John S. Kloppenborg, University of Toronto

12. The Conflict over Isopoliteia: An Alexandrian Perspective | Dorothy I. Sly, University of Windsor

13. Architecture and Conflict in Caesarea Maritima | Stephen Fai, Carleton University

14. Cornelius, the Roman Army and Religion | Wendy Cotter, C.S.J., Loyoyla College of Chicago

15. Origen’s Hexapla and Christian-Jewish Encounter in the Second and Third Centuries | Ruth A. Clements, Hebrew University

16. Concluding Reflections | Terence L. Donaldson, University of Toronto


Works Cited

Index of Ancient Texts

Index of Modern Authors