Researcher interests: Religious thought and behavior in Late Antique and Byzantine Christianity. Pilgrimage. Monastic culture.
FACULTY / SCHOOL: Faculty of Humanities
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Selected Publications

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more interior than the lips and the tongue john of apamea and silent prayer in late antiquity (2012)| Journal of Early Christian Studies| Read more
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territory anti intellectual attitude and identity formation in late antique palestinian monastic communities (2010)| Religion and Theology| Read more
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disciples of the desert monks laity and spiritual authority in sixth century gaza by jennifer l hevelone harper (2007)| Journal of the American Academy of Religion| Read more
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counseling through enigmas monastic leadership and linguistic techniques in sixth century gaza (2007)| | Read more
Brouria Bitton-Ashkelony, brouria bittonashkelony
disciples of the desert monks laity and spiritual authority in sixth century gaza jennifer l hevelone harper (2006)| Religious Studies Review| Read more
aryeh kofsky, Brouria Bitton-Ashkelony, brouria bittonashkelony
the usefulness of sin (2006)| | Read more
aryeh kofsky, Brouria Bitton-Ashkelony, brouria bittonashkelony
peter the iberian and the anti chalcedonian resistance in palestine (2006)| | Read more
aryeh kofsky, Brouria Bitton-Ashkelony, brouria bittonashkelony
the fate of the anti chalcedonian community (2006)| | Read more
aryeh kofsky, Brouria Bitton-Ashkelony, brouria bittonashkelony
the birth and growth of a monastic centre (2006)| | Read more

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