Eric M. Meyers
Bernice and Morton Lerner Distinguished Emeritus Professor in Judaic Studies
- Ph.D., Harvard University 1969
Meyers, E. M., and C. L. Meyers. “Sepphoris; Diocaesarea.” In Dictionary of Archaeology, edited by S. Gibson, 454–56, 2001.
Meyers, E. M. “Jewish Culture in Greco-Roman Palestine.” In Cultures of the Jews: A New History, edited by D. Biale, 138–79. Random House/Shocken, 2001.
Meyers, E. M. “From the Maccabees to the Dead Sea Scrolls.” In Reclaiming Jewish History, The Proceedings of Colloquium 1997, 97–124. The Society for Humanistic Judaism, Farmington Hills, MI. and Milan Press, 2001.
Meyers, E. M., J. D. Seger, and et al. “An ASOR Mosaic: A Centennial History of the American Schools of Oriental Research.” In ASOR Centennial Vol., 3–24. ASOR Publications, 2001.
Meyers, E. M. “The American Schools of Oriental Research.” In The Oxford Encyclopedia of the Dead Sea Scrolls, 20–22. New York: Oxford University Press, 2000.
Meyers, E. M. “The Dating of the Gush Halav Synagogue: ’Response to Jodi Magness’.” In Judaism in Late Antiquity, Part 3, Vol. 4, Where We Stand: Issues and Debates in Ancient Judaism, edited by E. M. Avery-Peck and J. Neusner, 49–70. Leiden: E.J. Brill, 2000.
Meyers, E. M. “Galilëa, Herodeion.” In Religion in Geschichte Und Gegenwart, 455–1675. Vierte Auflage, 2000.
Meyers, E. M. “Caesarea, Chorazin.” In Religion in Geschichte Und Gegenwart, 2677and2931-2677and2931. Vierte Auflage, 2000.
Meyers, E. M. “Ceramics Chronology and Historical Reconstruction.” In The Archaeology of Jordan and Beyond, edited by James A Sauer Festschrift, L. E. Stager, J. H. Greene, and M. D. Coogan, 344–51. Winona Lake: Eisenbrauns, 2000.
Meyers, E. M. “Shelomith 2.” In Women in Scripture: A Dictionary of Named and Unnamed Women in the Hebrew Bible, Apocrypha, and New Testament, edited by C. L. Meyers and et al, 154–55. Boston and New York: Houghton Mifflin, 2000.
Meyers, E. M., and Mark Chancey. “How Jewish was Sepphoris in Jesus’ Time?” Biblical Archaeology Review 26 (2000): 18–61.
Meyers, E. M. “The Pools of Sepphoris - Ritual Baths or Bathtubs?” Biblical Archaeology Review 26 (2000): 46–61.