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Jürgen Zangenberg

Professor of Ancient Judaism and Early Christianity

Name
Prof.dr. J.K. Zangenberg
Telephone
+31 71 527 2579
E-mail
j.k.zangenberg@hum.leidenuniv.nl

Jurgen Zangenberg is Professor for Ancient Judaism and Early Christianity. His research focuses on the place of ancient Jewish communities in the Greco-Roman context, their self-definition as cultural and ethnic minority, their literature and material culture, and on how early Christianity originated from its Jewish and Greco-Roman matrix and slowly developed its peculiar way of life and thought.

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Research

Many different cultures shaped what we now call the Ancient Mediterranean World. Next to Greeks and Romans, Jews and Christians deeply influenced our Western way of perceiving ourselves and the many worlds around us. As Professor for Ancient Judaism and Early Christianity, my research focuses on the place of ancient Jewish communities in the Greco-Roman context, their self-definition as cultural and ethnic minority, their literature and material culture, and on how early Christianity originated from its Jewish and Greco-Roman matrix and slowly developed its peculiar way of life and thought.

Material culture always plays an important role in this context, above all research in places and regions like Jerusalem, Rome, Qumran, the Galilee or Samaria with their many cultures, but also social-religious institutions such as early churches or ancient synagogues. It is a particular privilege to be able to excavate an unexplored Galilean synagogue with students and colleagues from Leiden, Bern, Helsinki and Wofford College and many other volunteers in the context of Kinneret Regional Project (www.kinneret-excavations.org). New finds always produce new insights and new questions. 

C.V.

Since 2014 Professor for the History and Culture of Ancient Judaism and Early Christianity at the Leiden University Institute of History and the Leiden University Center for the Arts in Society
Since 10/2011 Honorary Professorship at the Faculty of Foreign Languages and Literatures of the University of Bucharest Academic 
09/2008–08/2010 Director of Leiden Institute of Religious Studies (term ended August 31, 2010) 
Since 09/2008 Additional appointment as Professor of Archaeology at the Faculty of Archaeology at Leiden University
Since 09/2006 Professor for New Testament Exegesis and Early Christian Literature at Leiden University
2005-2006/7 Researcher for New Testament at Tilburg University
2003 Habilitation and Venia Legendi for New Testament Studies in Wuppertal
2000-2001 Humboldt Fellow and Visiting Assistant Professor at Yale University
1996-2004 Wissenschaftlicher Assistent for New Testament Studies in Wuppertal
1996 Ph.D. in New Testament Studies in Heidelberg
1983-1990 Study of Evangelische Theologie in Erlangen, Heidelberg and Edinburgh/Scotland including courses in Judaic Studies and classics in Heidelberg and Edinburgh
18/01/1964 Born in Erlangen, Germany

 

Other activities

  • Member of Societas Novi Testamenti Studiorum, Studiorum Novi Testamenti Conventus, NOSTER, Wissenschaftliche Gesellschaft für Theologie, Society of Biblical Literature, American Schools of Oriental Research, European Association for Biblical Studies, Deutscher Verein zur Erforschung Palästinas.
  • Extensive archaeological training and fieldwork as member of excavation teams to Callirhoe/Jordan (1986, German Protestant Institute of Archaeology in the Holy Land), Petra/Jordan (1992, Naturhistorische Gesellschaft Nuremberg) as volunteer.
  • Staff member with responsibility in teaching, fieldwork and publication in excavations teams to Sepphoris/Israel (1993-1994 and 1996-1997, Prof. Dr. Eric M. Meyers), Tel Kinrot/ Israel (1994, 1998 Prof. Dr. Volkmar Fritz).
  • Co-director of Kinneret Regional Project since 2001 ( www.kinneret-excavations.org)
  • Director of the excavations at the Roman-Byazantine village at Horvat Kur/Galilee, a sub-project of Kinnret Regional Project, since 2007, in 2010 discovery of a Byzantine synagogue, excavations with colleagues from Bern, Helsinki and Wofford College (USA) (www.kinneret-excavations.org).

 

Professor of Ancient Judaism and Early Christianity

  • Faculteit der Geesteswetenschappen
  • Institute for History
  • Oude Geschiedenis

Work address

Johan Huizinga
Doelensteeg 16
2311 VL Leiden
Room number 1.34

Contact

Professor of Ancient Judaism and Early Christianity

  • Faculteit der Geesteswetenschappen
  • Centre for the Arts in Society
  • Griekse T&C

Work address

Johan Huizinga
Doelensteeg 16
2311 VL Leiden
Room number 1.34

Contact

Professor

  • Faculteit Archeologie
  • World Archaeology
  • Caribbean and Amazonia

Work address

Van Steenis
Einsteinweg 2
2333 CC Leiden
Room number FLEX

Contact

  • Zangenberg J.K. (2018), A Village and Synagogue of the Roman-Byzantine Period at Horvat Kur in the Galilee, Qadmoniot 155: 42-49.article in journal
  • Zangenberg J.K. (2018), Scelerum inventor et malorum machinator. Diocletian and the Tetrarchy in Lactantius, De morte persecutorum. In: Burgersdijk D.W.P., Ross A.J. (Eds.) Imagining Emperors in the Later Roman Empire. no. 1 Leiden, Boston: Brill. 39-62.book chapter
  • Zangenberg J.K. (2017), Archäologische Zeugnisse. In: Schröter J., Jacobi C. (Eds.) Jesus Handbuch. Tübingen: MohrSiebeck. 171-174.book chapter
  • Zangenberg J.K. (2017), Galiläa und Umgebung (Dekapolis, Küstenebene) als Wirkungsraum Jesu. In: Schröter J., Jacobi C. (Eds.) Jesus Handbuch. Tübingen: MohrSiebeck. 230-237.book chapter
  • Zangenberg J.K. (2017), Inschriften / Münzen. In: Schröter J., Jacobi C. (Eds.) Jesus Handbuch. Tübingen: MohrSiebeck. 174-181.book chapter
  • Zangenberg J.K. (2017), Jerusalem und Umgebung als Wirkungsraum Jesu. In: Schröter J., Jacobi C. (Eds.) Jesus Handbuch. Tübingen: MohrSiebeck. 237-245.book chapter
  • Zangenberg J.K. (2017), The Menorah on the Mosaic Floor from the Late Roman/Early Byzantine Synagogue at Ḥorvat Kur, Israel Exploration Journal 67: 110-126.article in journal
  • Zangenberg J.K. (11 December 2016), Wo Jesus laufen lernte(Broadcast Swiss Radio) [interview].radio interview
  • Zangenberg J.K. (2016), A Basalt Stone Table from the Byzantine Synagogue at Horvat Kur, Galilee. Publication and First Interpretation. In: Patrich J., Peleg-Barkat O., Ben-Yosef E. (Eds.) Arise, Walk through the Land. Studies in the Archaeology and History of the Land of Israel in Memory of Yizhar Hirschfeld on the Tenth Anniversary of his Demise. Jerusalem: Israel Exploration Society. 61*-78*.book chapter
  • Zangenberg J.K. (2016), Early Christianity - Thematic Issue „Ephesus. Early Christian Communities in a Pluriform Urban Context“ Member of editorial staff 7(3).editorship of journal
  • Zangenberg J.K. (2016), Ephesus. Early Christian Communities in a Pluriform Urban Context. Editorial, Early Christianity 7(3): 289-292.article in journal
  • Zangenberg J.K. (2016), Herodes. König von Judäa. Mainz: Philipp von Zabern.book
  • Zangenberg J.K., Münger S., Hakola R., McCane B. & Rassalle T. (2016), Horvat Kur. Kinneret Regional Project – The 2012 and 2013 Seasons,, Israel Antiquities Authority 128.article in journal
  • Zangenberg J.K., Münger S., Hakola R., McCane B. & Rassalle T. (2016), Horvat Kur. Kinneret Regional Project – The 2012 and 2013 Seasons, 128.article in journal
  • Zangenberg J.K. (2016), Peace from the Ashes. Observations on the Wars in the East, the Centre and the West of the Roman Empire during the “Long Year of the Four Emperors” 68-70 CE. In: Baden J., Najman H., Tigchelaar E. (Eds.) Sibyls, Scriptures, and Scrolls. John Collins at Seventy. Journal for the Study of Judaism no. 175 Leiden: Brill. 1443-1476.book chapter
  • Zangenberg J.K. (2016), Performing the Sacred in a Community Space. Observations from the 2010-2014 Kinneret Regional Project Excavations in the Byzantine Synagogue of Horvat Kur (Galilee). In: Day J., Hakola R., Kahlos M., Tervahauta U. (Eds.) Spaces in Late Antiquity. Cultural, Theological and Archaeological Perspectives. London: Routledge. 166-189.book chapter
  • Zangenberg J.K. (2016), The Functions of the Caves and the Settlement of Qumran. Reflections on a New Chapter of Research. In: Fidanzio M. (Ed.) The Caves of Qumran. Proceedings of the International Conference Lugano 2014. no. 118 Leiden: Brill. 195-209.book chapter
  • Zangenberg J.K. (21 April 2015), Qumran en de archeologie: Wat is er in Qumran gevonden? [Ex Oriente Lux, Haarlem, April 21, 2015] (Lecture).other
  • Zangenberg J.K. (18 March 2015), Architecture, Space and Liturgy. Reflections on Results from Kinneret Regional Project's 2010-2013 Excavations in the Byzantine Synagogue at Horvat Kur (Galilee) [A.S.V. Prometheus, Leiden, March 18, 2015] (Lecture).other
  • Zangenberg J.K. (25 February 2015), De andere berg die God had gekozen. Het heiligdom van de Samaritanen op de Berg Gerizim [Ex Oriente Lux, Den Bosch, February 25, 2015] (Lecture).other
  • Zangenberg J.K. (23 November 2014), De opgraving als educatief evenement [Book presentation ‘Israel verdeeld’ by Jona Lendering, Rijksmuseum voor Oudheden, Leiden, November 23, 2014] (Lecture).other
  • Zangenberg J.K. (17 October 2014), Augustus - de Man en de Mythe in de vroegchristelijke literatuur [Stichting Zenobia, Rijksmuseum voor Oudheden (RMO), Leiden, October 17, 2014] (Lecture).other
  • Zangenberg J.K. (2014), Am "fünften Evangelium" wird weitergeschrieben. Neue Erkenntnisse aus der Galiläaforschung, Das Helige Land 146: 8-14.article in journal
  • Zangenberg J.K. (2014), Der letzte Weg des Großen Königs. Herodes im Rampenlicht, Antike Welt (1): 59-56.article in journal
  • Neumann F., Zangenberg J.K., Shivtie'el Y. & Münger S. (2014), Galilee Blooming. First Palynological and Arcaeological Data from an Early Byzantine Cistern at Horvat Kur, Journal of Human Palaeoecology 19: 39-54.article in journal
  • Zangenberg J.K. (2013), Archäologie Palästinas. Ein Forschungsbericht zur hellenistisch-römischen Zeit, Theologische Literaturzeitung 138(2): 258-274.article in journal
  • Zangenberg J.K. & Popovic M. (2013), Dagelijks leven in Judea en de materiele cultuur van Qumran in regionale context. In: Popovic M. (Ed.) De Dode Zee Rollen. Nieuw licht op de schatten van Qumran. Assen: WBooks. 72-93.conference paper
  • Zangenberg J.K. (2013), De archeologie van Qumran. In: De Jong M., Van den Dorp J. (Eds.) Qumran en de Bijbel. Over ontstaan, overlevering en vertaling van de Bijbel. Heerenveen: Jongbloed. 34-51.conference paper
  • Zangenberg J.K. (2013), De locatie en het gebouwencomplex van Qumran. In: Popovi´c M. (Ed.) De Dode Zee Rollen. Nieuw licht op de schatten van Qumran. Assen: WBooks. 64-71.conference paper
  • Zangenberg J.K. (2013), Der Alltag der Macht. Herodes as Innenpolitiker, Welt und Umwelt der Bibel 70: 18-26.article in journal
  • Zangenberg J.K. (2013), Fragile Vielfalt. Beobachtungen zur zur Sozialgeschichte Alexandrias in hellenistisch-römischer Zeit. In: Georges T., Albrecht F., Feldmeier R. (Eds.) Alexandria. Stadt der Bildung und der Religion. Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck. 91-107.conference paper
  • Zangenberg J.K. (2013), From the Galilean Jesus to the Galilean Silence. Earliest Christianity in the Galilee until the 4th Century C.E.. In: Schröter J., Rothschild C.K. (Eds.) The Rise and Expansion of Christianity in the First Three Centuries C.E.. Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck. 75-108.conference paper
  • Zangenberg J.K. (2013), Jesus der Galiläer und die Archäologie. Beobachtungen zur Bedeutung der Archäologie für die historische Jesusforschung, Münchner Theologische Zeitschrift 64(2): 123-156.article in journal
  • Zangenberg J.K. (2013), Pure Stone. Archaeological Evidence for Jewish Purity Practices in Late Second Temple Judaism (Miqwa'ot, Stone Vessels). In: Frevel C., Nihan C. (Eds.) Purity and the Forming of Religious Traditions in the Ancient Mediterranean World and in Ancient Judaism. Leiden: Brill. 537-572.conference paper
  • Zangenberg J.K., Münger S. & Rassalle T. (2013), Synagoge van Horvat Kur geeft steeds meer geheimen bloot. Derde opgravingscampagne leidt opnieuw tot belangrijke vondsten, Archeologie Magazine 1: 40-43.article in journal
  • Schröter J. & Zangenberg J.K. (2013), Texte zur Umwelt des Neuen Testaments. Tübingen: MohrSiebeck.book
  • Zangenberg J.K., Münger S., Hakola R. & McCane B.R. (2013), The Kinneret Regional Project Excavations of a Byzantine Synagogue at Horvat Kur, Galilee, 2010-2013, Hebrew Bible and Ancient Israel 2: 557-576.article in journal
  • Zangenberg J.K., Master D., White L.M. & Nakhay B.A. (Eds.) (2013), The Oxford Encyclopedia of Bible and Archaeology. Oxford: Oxford University Press.editorship of book
  • Zangenberg J.K. (2012), Archaeology, Papyri and Inscriptions. In: Collins J.J., Harlow D.C. (Eds.) Early Judaism. A Comprehensive Overview. Winona Lake: Eisenbrauns. 332-366.book chapter
  • Zangenberg J.K. & Schröter J. (2012), Bauern, Fischer und Propheten. Galiläa zur Zeit Jesu. Mainz: Philipp von Zabern.book
  • Zangenberg J.K. (2012), Ein Dorf auf dem Hügel - Neue Entdeckungen des Kinneret Regional Project in der Synagoge von Horvat Kur, Galiläa. In: Zangenberg J.K., Schröter J. (Eds.) Bauern, Fischer und Propheten. Galiläa zur Zeit Jesu. Mainz: Philipp von Zabern. 131-144.conference paper
  • Zangenberg J.K. (2012), Fragile Vielfalt. Beobachtungen zur Sozialgeschichte Alexandrias in hellenistisch-römischer Zeit. In: Feldmeier R., Georges T. (Eds.) Alexandria. Stadt der Bildung und der Religion.. Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck. 88-105.conference paper
  • Zangenberg J.K. (2012), The Sanctuary on Mount Gerizim. Observations on the Results of 20 Years of Excavation. In: Kamlah J., Michelau H. (Eds.) Temple Building and Temple Cult. Architecture and Cultic Paraphernalia of Temples in the Levant (2. - 1. Mill. B.C.E.). Proceedings of a Conference on the Occasion of the 50th Anniversary of the Institute of Biblical Archaeology at the University of Tübingen (28 - 30 May, 2010). Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz. 399-418.conference paper
  • Zangenberg J.K. (2011), "Bodily Resurrection" of Jesus in Matthew?. In: Weren W., Van de Sandt H., Verheyden J. (Eds.) Life Beyond Death in Matthew's Gospel. Religious Metaphor or Bodily Reality?. Leuven: Peeters. 217-231.conference paper
  • Zangenberg J.K. (2011), Johannes en Jacobus, leiders in de eerste eeuw, Schrift, tijdschrift over de Bijbel 258: 206-209.article in magazine/newspaper
  • Zangenberg J.K., Münger S. & Pakkala J. (2011), Kinneret - An Urban Center at the Crossroads. Excavations on Iron Age IB Tel Kinrot at the Lake of Galilee, Near Eastern Archaeology 74(2): 68-90.article in journal
  • Zangenberg J.K. (2011), Zwischen Zufall und Einzigartigkeit. Bemerkungen zur jüngsten Diskussion über die Funktion von Khirbet Qumran und die Rolle einiger ausgewählter archäologischer Befunde. In: Frey J., Claussen C., Kessler N. (Eds.) Qumran und Archäologie. Texte und Kontexte. Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck. 121-146.conference paper
  • Zangenberg J.K., Münger S. & Hakola R. (2010), Antike Synagoge am See Gennesaret gefunden, Antike Welt (5): 4-4.article in magazine/newspaper
  • Zangenberg J.K. (2010), Archaeological News from the Galilee. Tiberias, Magdala and Rural Galilee, Early Christianity 1: 3-14.article in journal
  • Zangenberg J.K. (2010), Bestattungssitten und Gräber in Palästina zur Zeit Jesu. In: Schefzyk J., Zwickel W. (Eds.) Judäa und Jerusalem. Leben in römischer Zeit. Stuttgart: Katholisches Bibelwerk. 122-125.book chapter
  • Zangenberg J.K. (2010), Das Tote Meer. Kultur und Geschichte am tiefsten Punkt der Erde. Mainz: Philipp von Zabern.book
  • Zangenberg J.K. (2010), De Archeologie van Qumran tussen regionaliteit en tekstvondsten, Met Andere Woorden 10(1): 13-26.article in journal
  • Zangenberg J.K. & Busch P. (2010), Des Cornutus’ Kompendium der Überlieferungen zur griechischen Theologie. Darmstadt: Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft.book
  • Zangenberg J.K. (2010), Die hellenistisch-römische Zeit am Toten Meer. Kultur, Wirtschaft, Geschichte. In: Zangenberg J.K. (Ed.) Das Tote Meer. Kultur und Geschichte am tiefsten Punkt der Erde. Mainz: Philipp von Zabern. 39-52.book chapter
  • Zangenberg J.K. (2010), Die Siedlung von Khirbet Qumran und die Texte vom Toten Meer. In: Schefzyk J., Zwickel W. (Eds.) Judäa und Jerusalem. Leben in römischer Zeit. Stuttgart: Katholisches Bibelwerk. 166-169.book chapter
  • Zangenberg J.K. & Hadas G. (2010), En-Gedi. Palmengarten und königliche Oase. In: Zangenberg J.K. (Ed.) Das Tote Meer. Kultur und Geschichte am tiefsten Punkt der Erde. Mainz: Philipp von Zabern. 91-100.book chapter
  • Zangenberg J.K., Münger S. & Hakola R. (2010), Erneut antike Synagoge am See Gennesaret gefunden, Welt und Umwelt der Bibel 15(4): 62-63.article in magazine/newspaper
  • Zangenberg J.K. (2010), Fragile Vielfalt. Beobachtungen zur Sozialgeschichte Alexandrias in hellenistisch-römischer Zeit, Biblische Notizen 147: 107-126.article in journal
  • Zangenberg J.K. (2010), Magdala. Auferstehung aus Ruinen. In: Schefzyk J., Zwickel W. (Eds.) Judäa und Jerusalem. Leben in römischer Zeit. Stuttgart: Katholisches Bibelwerk. 182-183.book chapter
  • Zangenberg J.K. (2010), Sepphoris. Stadt des Friedens und der Synagogen. In: Schefzyk J., Zwickel W. (Eds.) Judäa und Jerusalem. Leben in römischer Zeit. Stuttgart: Katholisches Bibelwerk. 176-179.book chapter
  • Zangenberg J.K. & Zande D. van de (2010), Urbanization. In: Hezser C. (Ed.) The Oxford Handbook of Jewish Daily Life in Roman Palestine. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 165-188.book chapter
  • Zangenberg J.K. (2010), Review of: Jacobson D.M., Kokkinos N. (2010) Herod and Augustus. Papers Presented at the IJS Conference, 21st – 23rd June 2005, Journal for the Study of Judaism : 395-396.book review
  • Zangenberg J.K. (2009), A Conflict Among Brothers. Who Were the hypokritai in Matthew?. In: Rodgers Z., Daly Denton M., Fitzpatrick McKinley A. (Eds.) A Wandering Galilean. Essays in Honor of Sean Freyne. Leiden: Brill. 561-588.conference paper
  • Zangenberg J.K. (2009), Josef und Aseneth. Zur Pragmatik und Modellhaftigkeit der Konversion Aseneths. In: Bons E. (Ed.) Der eine Gott und die fremden Kulte. Exklusive und inklusive Tendenzen in den biblischen Gottesvorstellungen. Neukirchen-Vluyn: Neukirchener Verlag. 95-120.conference paper
  • Zangenberg J.K. (2009), Joseph und Aseneths Ägypten. Oder: Von der Domestikation einer gefährlichen Kultur. In: Reinmuth E. (Ed.) Joseph und Aseneth. Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck. 159-186.conference paper
  • Zangenberg J.K. (2009), Trockene Knochen, himmlische Seligkeit. Todes- und Jenseitsvorstellungen in Qumran und im Alten Judentum. In: Berlejung A., Janowski B. (Eds.) Tod und Jenseits im Alten Israel und in seiner Umwelt. Theologische, religionsgeschichtliche, archäologische und ikonographische Aspekte.. Forschungen zum Alten Testament Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck. 655-689.conference paper
  • Zangenberg J.K. (2008), „Buried According to the Customs of the Jews”. John 19,40 in its Material and Literary Context. In: Belle G. van (Ed.) The Death of Jesus in the Fourth Gospel. Colloquium Biblicum Lovaniense LIV. Leuven. 873-894.book chapter
  • Zangenberg J.K. (2008), Collective Memory and Group Formation. Paul’s Methods of Christological Conflict Control, Biology of Mood & Anxiety Disorders 62: 271-283.article in journal
  • Zangenberg J.K. (2008), „Common Judaism“ and the Multidimensional Nature of Material Culture. In: Udoh F.E. (Ed.) Redefining First-Century Jewish and Christian Identities. Notre Dame: University Of Notre Dame Press. 209-226.book chapter
  • Sandt H.W.M. van de & Zangenberg J.K. (2008), Introduction. In: Sandt H.W.M. van de, Zangenberg J. (Eds.) Matthew, James and the Didache. Three Related Documents in their Jewish and Christian Context. Leiden: Brill. 1-9.book chapter
  • Zangenberg J.K. (2008), Jesus - Galiläa - Archäologie. Neuere Forschungen in einer Region im Wandel. In: Claussen C., Frey J. (Eds.) Jesus und die Archäologie Galiläas. Vluyn: Neukirchen. 7-38.book chapter
  • Pakkala J., Saarelainen K., Valkama K., Münger S. & Zangenberg J.K. (2008), Kinneretin kaivaukset, Teologinen Aikakauskirja 113: 195-208.article in journal
  • Zangenberg J.K. (2008), Kontroverse in der Wüste, Antike Welt 39(1): 19-28.article in journal
  • Zangenberg J.K. (2008), Matthew and James. In: Sim D., Repschinski B. (Eds.) Matthew and his Contemporaries. London. 104-122.book chapter
  • Sandt H.W.M. van de & Zangenberg J.K. (2008), Matthew, James and the Didache. Three Related Documents in their Jewish and Christian Contex. Leiden: Brill.book
  • Zangenberg J.K. (2008), Observations on the Function, Character and Location of the New Testament Toponym Gennesare/t (Mk 6:53; Mt 14:34). In: Tromp J., Buitenwerf R., Hollander H.W. (Eds.) Jesus, Paul and Early Christianity. Studies in Honour of Henk Jan de Jonge. Leiden: Brill. 439-470.book chapter
  • Zangenberg J.K. (2008), Reconstructing the Social and Religious Milieu of the Didache. Observations and Possible Results. In: Sandt H.W.M. van de, Zangenberg J. (Eds.) Matthew, James and the Didache. Three Related Documents in their Jewish and Christian Context. Leiden: Brill. 43-69.book chapter
  • Wagner T, Erlemann K., Noethlichs K.-L., Scherberich K. & Zangenberg J.K. (Eds.) (2008), Texte und Urkunden. Neukirchen: Texte und Urkunden.editorship of book
  • Zangenberg J.K. (27 April 2007), Dry Bones - Heavenly Bliss. Tombs, Post-Mortal Existence and Life-After-Death in Ancient Judaism (Inaugural address). Leiden: Universiteit Leiden.inaugural address
  • Zangenberg J.K. (2007), Animal Bone Deposits from Qumran - An Old Problem and a New Publication Review of: Donceel R. (2006) Khirbet Qumran (Palestine). Le Locus 30 et les "ossements sous jarre", Qumran Chronicle 13: 101-122.book review
  • Zangenberg J.K. (2007), Berg des Segens, Berg des Streits. Heiden, Juden, Christen und Samaritaner auf dem Garizim, Theologische Zeitschrift 63: 289-309.article in journal
  • Zangenberg J.K. (2007), Das Galiläa des Josephus und das Galiläa der Archäologie. Tendenzen und Probleme der neueren Forschung. In: Böttrich C., Herzer J. (Eds.) Josephus und das Neue Testament. Das Neue Testament und Josephus. Wechselseitige Wahrnehmungen.: Tübingen.book chapter
  • Zangenberg J.K. (2007), Kontroverse in der Wuste. Khirbet Qumran, Antike Welt 39(1): 19-28.article in journal
  • Zangenberg J.K. (2007), Körper, Grab und Jenseits. Beobachtungen zu palästinisch-jüdischen Besrtattungssitten in hellenistisch-römischer Zeit. In: Faber A., Fasold P., Struck M., Witteyer M. (Eds.) Körpergräber des 1. bis 3. Jahrhunderts in der römischen Welt.. Frankfurt. 35-55.book chapter
  • Zangenberg J.K. (2007), Pharisees, Villages and Synagogues in Matthew's Galilee. Reflections on the Theological Significance of Matthew's Geography of Galilee. In: Lehnert V.A., Rusen-Weinhold U. (Eds.) Logos - Logik - Lyrik. Engagierte exegetische Studien zum biblischen Reden Gottes. Leipzig. 151-169.book chapter
  • Zangenberg J.K., Attridge H.W. & Martin D.B. (Eds.) (2007), Religion, Ethnicity and Identity in Ancient Galilee. A Region in Transition. Tübingen: WUNT I.editorship of book
  • Zangenberg J.K., Attridge H.W. & Martin D.B. (Eds.) (2007), Religion, Ethnicity and Identity in Ancient Galilee. A Region in Transition. Tubingen: MohrSiebeck.editorship of book
  • Zangenberg J.K. (2007), The Bible and Archaeology: Early Judaism and New Testament. In: Attridge H.W. (Ed.) SBL HarperCollins Study Bible. San Francisco: HarperCollins.book chapter
  • Zangenberg J.K. (2007), Yeshua aus Talpiyot und Jesus von Nazareth. Bemerkungen zum angeblichen Grab Jesu und seiner Familie, Welt und Umwelt der Bibel 44(12): 2-7.article in journal
  • Zangenberg J.K. (2006), Animal Bone Deposits from Qumran - An Old Problem and a New Publication. Review of Robert Donceel, Khirbet Qumrân (Palestine) Review of: (2006) Le Locus 130 et les "ossements sous jarre". Mise à jour de la documentation, Qumran Chronicle 13: 101-122.book review
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