By Pnina Stern, Mor Menaham, Jack Pastor
Josephus, the Jewish historian who wrote approximately background, bible, and serves as a resource for a wide-range of similar disciplines is the topic of twenty 4 articles which grew out of a global colloquium.
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Socio-economic hierarchy in first century galilee 37 At the bottom, one can find, as was suggested by Freyne,14 who did not base his view on any archaeological remains, the day-workers, shepherds and beggars. Other groups in the lower classes were potters, spinners, weavers and probably simple farmers who worked for others or had only small plots of land, if any land at all. From different studies we do know that pottery production was not considered a source of great wealth (Arnold 1985). Above them there were the owners of the small industries or workshops: olive oil and flour producers, blacksmiths, carpenters and others.
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Flavius Josephus by Pnina Stern, Mor Menaham, Jack Pastor