By L Y Rahmani
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For a similar lamp, with a spatulate nozzle chacteristic In the aftermath of each of the two wars against Rome, the number of skilled artisans in Jerusalem of `Herodian' lamps, see Rahmani 1980:51, Fig. 2; A. Mazar was greatly reduced, if not eliminated. Though some artisans may have been among the refugees from that city who settled farther afield, Jerusalem's Jews had now to use ossuaries of simpler and eventually much 5 1982:44, Fig. 2:2. See also Avigad 1983:88, Fig. 70, centre. Kloner now agrees with this date.
No. 523 was recovered from a partly hewn, partly ashlar-built tomb at H. Midras which contained both incised soft limestone ossuaries and hard limestone ossuaries (Group B4c); this tomb, constructed before 70 CE, was used perhaps purchased before the war or manufactured by a skilled artisan who escaped famine, slaughter and captivity. One of these tombs contained a clay until 135 CE. 17 Though there is no clear evidence, these ossuaries probably predate 135 ossuary, unique for this period (Group Blb; see CE, perhaps even 70 CE.
Cf. Bagatti 1971:265-269. 36 Bagatti and Milik 1958:179; see also, Bagatti 1952-53. 37 De Vaux 1959; Noth 1960:184; Avi-Yonah 1961b. An exception is De Deaut (1966); though his view is interesting, he uncritically accepts Bagatti and Testa's finds and interpretations. 38 Figueras 1983:10-12; see also Rahmani 1982a:116-117. 39 Cf. v. Min, vol. 12, cols. 1-3. For additional references, see Schiirer 1979:463, n. 165. 40 On inscriptions which were earlier defined as Christian, see the comments on Nos.