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An imperial adjudication opposed to the Jews triggered the riots of 38 CE in Alexandria. The Roman prefect and the Alexandrian citizenry acted inside their institutional roles to the influence that almost all of the Jews misplaced their felony place of abode for reliable.

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24 As it appears form the analysis and contextualizing of col. ii, l. ; S. Bussi, Economia e demografia della schiavitù in Asia Minore ellenistico-romana (Milano: LED, 2001), appendix “La schiavitù in Egitto ellenistico,” 143. 26 See above n. 19 in this chapter. 27 See above n. 6 in this chapter for references on this topic. 28 Tcherikover and Fuks, Corpus, I 2; Smallwood, Jews, 221; Barclay, Mediterranean Diaspora, 20–26. 30 chapter two Physical Aspects of Alexandria and the Process of Jewish Settlement The Jews arrived in Alexandria, then, as the city came into being.

5–10 = BGU XIV 2367: οἱ δὲ πολίται τοὺς δὲ πατέρα[ς καὶ το]ὺς δήµους ἄν δὲ καὶ ἐν τῶι στρατιωτικῶι ὦσιν [καὶ τὰ τ]ὰγµατα καὶ τὰς ἐπιφορὰς; the citizens (will register) name of the father and the deme, and if they are soldiers, the unit and the rank. Cf. P. Rev. 7, 1–3. 62 The only available document upon which scholars have based any possible discussion is P. Hib. E. [J. Seyfarth, “ ‘Frata’ und ‘fratria’ im nachclassischen Griechentum,” Aeg 35 (1955): 3–38 3–17 with restorations not accepted by Fraser, Ptolemaic Alexandria, II 112 n.

See appendix 4 with map. 46 Locating the Jewish quarter on the city’s west side does not contradict Josephus’ basic information about its nearness to the royal quarters, or Strabo’s indication of their location. 1, 10). Rhakotis, ‘place under construction,’ was the convenient name Alexandria received at the early stages of its founding, until Ptolemy Lagos moved there his satrapal capital and renamed it after Alexander the Great (Satrap stela [CGC 22182], ll. 4–6). 1, 9–10) in fact reveals that there were many royal palaces along the coast of Alexandria, and not only those on the east side.

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