An unexcavated ancient building in the ruins of the Arab village of Sejara is tentatively, identified as a synagogue from the Roman or Late Roman period. This suggestion is based on architectural fragments found on the site, in the modern village Ilaniya and at a nearby moshav, as well as an inscription in secondary use photographed in the 1920s. The surviving portion of the dedicatory text seems to mention two women with Latin names, Lucilla and Sacerdotilla, the second being quite rare.
|Number of pages||14|
|Journal||Scripta Classica Israelica|
|State||Published - 2022|
- Greek Inscription