Approved Room Numbers for Synagogue Site

As noted in our 2001 Preliminary Report, the Soprintendenza per i Beni Archeologici di Ostia (at the time) approved the first official numbering system which locates the synagogue structure at Ostia within its larger urban landscape.

In anticipation of two preliminary field reports which the OSMAP stuff has begun to prepare this spring, we are happy to make this plan available here on the blog, as well.  The plan reflects the final phase of the building as it is known today (chronological dating of the phases will appear on a future top plan, after a final review of archaeological and architectural data).

IV.17.1-2 at Ostia

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About Prof. Douglas Boin

Douglas Ryan Boin is an Assistant Professor of Ancient and Late Antique History at Saint Louis University. From 2010-2013 he was a professor in the Department of Classics at Georgetown University. He has published on aspects of the Late Antique Mediterranean, focusing on the construction of "pagan-Christian" narratives, the history of synagogue and church architecture, and the importance of Augustine in sixth and seventh-century Ostia and Rome.

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