ד"ר יעקב אשכנזי
Dr. Jacob Ashkenazi
L. Di Segni, J. Ashkenazi (2020), “Newly Discovered Inscriptions from Three Churches in Upper Western Galilee”, in A. Coniglio & A. Ricco (eds.), Holy Land: Archaeology on Eeither Side: Papers presented to fr. Eugenio Alliata, O.F.M, Franciscan Printing Press, Jerusalem, 303-321.
A. Cohen-Tavor, J. Ashkenazi and M. Aviam (2020), “Excavations of Three Byzantine Churches in the Western Galilee: Two Churches at Horvat Karkara and the Eastern Church at Horvat Eirav, a Preliminary Report”, in A. Coniglio & A. Ricco (eds.), Holy Land: Archaeology on Either Side: Papers presented to fr. Eugenio Alliata, O.F.M, Franciscan Printing Press, Jerusalem, 1-10
J. Ashkenazi (2019), "Private Churches in Late Antique Rural Palestine", in Between Sea and Desert: On Kings, Nomads, Cities and Monks, Essays in Honor of Joseph Patrich (Orit Peleg-Barkat, Jacob Ashkenazi, Uzi Leibner, Mordechai Aviam and Rina Talgam, eds.), Ostracon, Kyriat Tiveon, pp. 189-198 (a shortened Hebrew version)
*O. Peleg-Barkat, J. Ashkenazi, U. Leibner, M. Aviam and R. Talgam, eds. (2019), Between Sea and Desert: On Kings, Nomads, Cities and Monks: Essays in Honor of Joseph Patrich, Ostracon, Tzemach, 513p (Hebrew and English).
J. Ashkenazi (2018), "Family Rural Churches in Late Antique Palestine and the Competition in the ‘Field of Religious Goods’: A Socio-Historical View", Journal of Ecclesiastical History 69.4, pp. 709-727
J. Ashkenazi (2016), "Six Chapters on Christianity and More: The New edition of Pao Figueras', 'The Spirit and the Bride': Introduction to Early Christianity", Book Review, Cathedra 161, pp. 180-184 (Hebrew).
J. Ashkenazi and M. Aviam (2014),"Small Monasteries in Galilee in Late Antiquity: The Test Case of Karmiel". In Knowledge and Wisdom: Archaeological and Historical Essays in honor of Leah Di Segni, (G. C. Bottini, L. D. Chrupcała and J. Patrich, eds.) Studium Biblicum Franciscanum, Collectio Maior 54, Edizioni Terra Santa, Milano, pp. 161-178
J. Ashkenazi (2014), “Holy Man Versus Monk – Village and Monastery in the Late Antique Levant: Between Hagiography and Archaeology”, Journal for the Economic and Social History of the Orient 57.5, pp. 745-766
* J. Ashkenazi, M. Aviam and R. Amos (2012), “The Mosaic Path: Developing Ancient Christian Touristic Sites in a Modern Urban Context – Karmiel, Israel”, The 2nd International Scientific Conference - Advances in Hospitality and Tourism Marketing & Management, Korfu 2012
J. Ashkenazi (2009), The Mother of all Churches: The Church of Jerusalem from Its Foundation to the Arab Conquest, Yad Ben-Zvi, Jerusalem (Hebrew) 438p.
M. Mor, J. Pastor, J. Ashkenazi, I. Ronen, eds. (2006), Uriel: Papers Submitted to Uriel Rappaport, Zalman Shazar Center, Jerusalem, 630p (Hebrew, English and French).
J. Ashkenazi (2004), “Sophists and Priests in Late Antique Gaza According to Choricius the Rhetor”. In Christian Gaza in Late Antiquity (B. Biton-Ashkeloni, A. Kofsky, eds.) Brill, Leiden, pp. 195-208
J. Ashkenazi (1999), “Curing and Nursing in the Church of Jerusalem during the Byzantine Period”. In: Medicine in Jerusalem throughout the Ages (Z. Amar, E. Lev, J. Schwartz, eds.), Tel-Aviv, pp.33-49 (Hebrew, English Abstract)
J. Ashkenazi (1996),"Church Involvement in Medical Services in Byzantine Eretz-Israel". In Illness and Healing in Ancient times. Exhibition Catalogue No. 13, the Reuben and Edith Hecht Museum, University of Haifa, pp. 46-51
J. Ashkenazi (1994), “The Church and the leisure culture in Palestine during the Byzantine Period”. In: The theatre Culture in Palestine and in the Classical World (A. Segal, ed.), Haifa, pp.95-102 (Hebrew, English Abstract)
מענקים ופרסים | Grants and Awards
Economic growth and religious materiality in Christian Galilee in Late Antiquity: Archeological and Literary Analysis
בשיתוף עם Mordechai Aviam