By Elaine K. Gazda and Elise A. Friedland
Year of publication: 1997
The University of Michigan excavations at the site of Sepphoris in 1931 are the subject of this brief monograph, catalogue of an exhibition at the Kelsey Museum of Archaeology that examined the Michigan excavations of late Roman/early Byzantine structures at Sepphoris and the complex issues surrounding the archaeological interpretation of the site. The book is illustrated with plans, photographs of artifacts and reproductions of archival material from the excavations. 21p, illus.