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RB 78 (1971) 247-63 (+ pis. I-IX); J. Ringel, "Deux nouvelles inscriptions de l'aqueduc de Césarée Maritime," RB 81 (1974) 597-600. Cf. M. Gichonand B. H. Isaac, "A Flavian Inscription from Jerusalem," IEJ 24 (1974) 117-23. "This fragmentary inscription was found in the northern part of the orchestra of the Roman theatre of Caesarea. In the fourth century the stone was used as part of a small stairway which was then being constructed; the stairway was obviously more important than the memory of the man mentioned on the stone.
M. Gichonand B. H. Isaac, "A Flavian Inscription from Jerusalem," IEJ 24 (1974) 117-23. "This fragmentary inscription was found in the northern part of the orchestra of the Roman theatre of Caesarea. In the fourth century the stone was used as part of a small stairway which was then being constructed; the stairway was obviously more important than the memory of the man mentioned on the stone. See A. Frova, "L'iscrizione di Ponzio Pilato a Cesarea," Rendiconti dell'isiituto lomhardo, Accademia di science e lettere.
Liebermann, et al. E. C. D. 500 (at least). But when we look for the first-century evidence, it is certainly negative. There is no doubt that targums were beginning to be written down in first-century Palestine, as the discovery of fragments of a targum on Job from Qumran caves IV and XI and a targum on Leviticus from Qumran Cave IV illustrate. Until these are fully published and the relation of them to the previously known and existing targums can be assessed, we cannot without further ado assume a genetic relationship between them or believe that they manifest the same degree of Greek influence as the other targums.
A wandering Aramean: collected Aramaic essays by Joseph A. Fitzmyer