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Tzippori: Quiz

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Question 1: The Tzippori of the time of ________ was a large, Roman-influenced city and a hotbed of political activism.
New TestamentNew Testament view on Jesus' lifeJesusGospel

Question 2: Drainage channels have been found in the floor, and the majority of the mosaic seems devoted to measuring the floods of the ________, and celebrations of those floods.
EgyptNileAlexandriaWhite Nile

Question 3: Saffuriyya's pomegranates, ________ and wheat were famous throughout the Galilee.
GreeceMediterranean SeaOliveIsrael

Question 4: It remained a titular see of the ________ church.
PopePope John Paul IIPope Gregory ICatholic Church

Question 5: The next section shows the binding of ________.
IsaacJacobAbrahamEnoch (Biblical figure)

Question 6: In 1745, it is reported that ________ built a fortress on the hilltop above Saffuriya.
DamascusHaim FarhiAcre, IsraelDaher el-Omar

Question 7: In 104 BCE, the Hasmoneans settled there under the leadership of either ________ or Aristobulus I.
Alexander JannaeusAntigonus II MattathiasJohn HyrcanusHerod the Great

Question 8: Rabbi Yehuda Hanasi, one of the compilers of the ________, a commentary on the Torah, moved to Tzippori, along with the Sanhedrin, the highest Jewish religious court.
Minor tractateToseftaMishnahTalmud

Question 9: [1] The site holds a rich and diverse historical and architectural legacy that includes Assyrian, Hellenistic, Judean, Babylonian, Roman, Byzantine, Islamic, Crusader, ________ and Ottoman influences.
Egyptian ArabicAncient North ArabianModern Standard ArabicArabic language

Question 10: A modern structure stands to one side of the excavations, protecting the remains of a 5th century public building, with a large and intricate ________ floor.
MosaicCeramic artCollageStained glass







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