Dr. Fine on Site in RomeSave the Date: the Shabbat of January 31-February 1, Revel’s Professor Steven Fine, also Director of the Yeshiva University Center for Israel Studies as well as the Arch of Titus Digital Restoration Project, will serve as Scholar-in-Residence at the Tribeca Synagogue for a weekend program titled “Jewish Archaeology in the Age of Caesar.” Fine, a cultural historian specializing in Jewish history of the Greco-Roman period, with a special focus on ancient art and archaeology, will deliver several lectures on topics pertaining to this theme. Admission is $40. See below for more details.

Tribeca Synagogue

49 White Street

between Broadway and Church   10013


Scholar in Residence Weekend


Professor Steven Fine of Yeshiva University

Jan 31 Dinner: 6pm, $40  Lecture: 7:15pm

Between Rome and the Messiah:  Archaeology Illuminates the World of the Talmudic Rabbis

February 1  Shabbat D’var Torah  10:30am

Parshat Terumah in the Talmudic Village: Archaeology and Midrash

February 1   Afternoon Talk  1:30pm

Coloring the Arch of Titus Menorah:  New Discoveries in Rome by the YU Arch of Titus Digital Restoration Project



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