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June 15, 1984 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-06-15

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6 Friday, June 15, 1984

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Mosaic found
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Tel Aviv (JT,,A) — Ar-
cheologists exc
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Fourth Century synagtgue
in Galilee hav, uncovered
what is said to be the oldest
portrait, in mosaic stone
work, of a Jewish warrior.
The mosaic floor was
found by archeologists Avi
Ilan and Emanuel Damati
below a stone floor of the
synagogue they uncovered
in their first excavation at
the site of ancient Meroth,
three miles west of Tel Hat-
zor, two years ago.
The mosaic shows a
Jewish warrior wearing a
Roman short tunic and sur-
rounded by his sword, hel-
met and shield, which leads
the excavators to believe he
died in battle and was thus
memorialized in the
synagogue.
In clear Aramaic script—
the language generally
spoken by the Jews of
Galilee at that period — he
is identified as "Yodan
(Yehuda) Bar-Shimon
Mani," the name of a well-
known Galilee Jewish fam-
ily of the time.
The archeologists say the
depiction of a non-religious
figure in a synagogue was
rare at that time, as it was
only in the Fourth Century
that the ancient injunction
against the depiction of por-
traits was waived by the
rabbis, at least as far as
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