Byzantine Monastery and Consular House in Jerusalem (based on the results of the excavation of 2018)
Reviews
Readers community rating
0.0 (0 votes)


Views
594


Downloads
39
UDC
902 Археология
Date of publication
23.08.2019
Public year
2019
DOI
10.31857/S086960630005678-4
Byzantine Monastery and Consular House in Jerusalem (based on the results of the excavation of 2018)
Read
Annotation

The article describes the results of salvage excavations in Musrara, an historical district of Jerusalem located in the immediate proximity of the Old City walls. The excavations revealed the remains of Byzantine monastic complex dated to the 6th–7th cc. CE, and the foundations of a large structure a of the late 19th c., built by initiative of Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs for employees of the Russian Consulate in Jerusalem.

About authors
Yana Tchekhanovets
Israel Antiquities Authority
Кirill А. Vach
General Director
Research and Publishing Centre “Indrik”
References

1. Amit D., Wolf S., 2000. An Armenian Monastery in the Morasha Neighborhood. Ancient Jerusalem Revealed. H. Geva, ed. Jerusalem: Israel Exploration Society, pp. 293–298.

2. Batalden S., 1993. The fate of Russian landholdings in Jerusalem during the Mandate for Palestine Pravoslavnyy Palestinskiy sbornik [Orthodox Palestinian Collection], № 31(94), pp. 25–31. (In Russ.)

3. Bijovsky G., 2019. Coins from Ayn-Het Parking, Musrara, Jerusalem. Hadashot Arkheologiyot, 131. (In print).

4. Chambon A., 1990. Notre Dame Monastery. Excavations and Surveys in Israel, 9/2. Jerusalem, pp. 145–147.

5. de Vincenz A., 2018. Marseille Roof Tiles: Import to Palestine/Israel and their Local Counterpart in the Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Century. XIth Congress AIECM3 on Medieval and Modern Period Mediterranean Ceramics Proceedings. Ankara: Koç University, pp. 83–86.

6. Di Segni L., Gellman D., 2017. A Justinian Inscription North of Byzantine Jerusalem, and its Importance for the Dating of the Nea Church Inscription. New Studies in Archaeology of Jerusalem and its Region, 11. Y. Gadot, Y. Zelinger, K. Cytrin-Silverman, J. Uziel, eds. Jerusalem: Israel Antiquities Authority, Institute of Archaeology, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Tel Aviv University, pp. 27*–37*.

7. Finkielsztejn G., Nagar A., Bilig Y., 2009. The Northwestern Corner of Jerusalem’s Old City Wall: Medieval Archaeology and Modern History. New Studies in Archaeology of Jerusalem and its Region, 3. D. Amit, G.D. Stiebel, O. Peleg-Barkat, eds. Jerusalem: Israel Antiquities Authority and the Institute of Archaeology, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, pp. 5*–9*.

8. Gul’tyayev R., 2010. Operation “Hammer and Sickle”. From the history of Russian landholdings in the Holy Land during the British Mandate, 1917–1948. Iyerusalimskiy pravoslavnyy seminar [Jerusalem Orthodox Seminar], 1. Moscow: Indrik, pp. 143–160. (In Russ.)

9. Lisovoy N.N., 2000. Rossiya v Svyatoy Zemle. Dokumenty i materialy [Russia in the Holy Land. Documents and materials], 1. Moscow: Mezhdunarodnyye otnosheniya, pp. 86, 87.

10. Re’em A., 2009. Jerusalem, the Third Wall (Electronic resource). Hadashot Arkheologiyot – Explorations and Surveys in Israel, 121. URL: http://www.hadashot-esi.org.il/report_detail_eng.aspx?id=1144&mag_id=115.

11. Schick C., Bliss F.J., 1894. Discovery of a Beautiful Mosaic Pavement with Armenian Inscription, North of Jerusalem. Palestine Exploration Quarterly, vol. 26, iss. 4, pp. 257–261.

12. Stone M.E., 2002. A Reassessment of the Bird and the Eustathius Mosaics. Armenians in Jerusalem and the Holy Land. M.E. Stone, R. Ervine, N. Stone, eds. Louvain: Peeters, pp. 204–219.

13. Sukenik E.L., Mayer L.A., 1930. The Third Wall of Jerusalem. Jerusalem: Hebrew University. 76 p.

14. Tchekhanovets Y., 2019. Jerusalem, Ayn-Het Parking Lot. Hadashot Arkheologiyot, 131. (In print).

15. Tzaferis V., Feig N., Onn A., Shukron E., 2000. Excavations at the Third Wall, North of the Jerusalem Old City. Ancient Jerusalem Revealed. H. Geva, ed. Jerusalem: Israel Exploration Society, pp. 287–292.

16. Vach K.A., 2018. Russian Consular House in Jerusalem in the Homsi area: a history of the construction. Iyerusalimskiy pravoslavnyy seminar [Jerusalem Orthodox Seminar], 8. Moscow: Indrik, pp. 82–107. (In Russ.)

17. Voltaggio M., 2011. Xenodochia and Hospitia in SixthCentury Jerusalem: Indicators for the Byzantine Pilgrimage to the Holy Places. Zeitschrift des Deutschen Palästina-Vereins, 127, 2, pp. 197–210.

18. Winter T., 2019. The Glass Finds from the Excavations at the Ayn-Het Car Park. Hadashot Arkheologiyot, 131. (In print).

Полная версия доступна только подписчикам
Подпишитесь прямо сейчас