Ken Dark wrote already about it in the March/April 2015 issue of Biblical Archaeology Review, but now the news was updated.
Ken Dark believes that Nazareth was a larger town than traditionally understood and was particularly Jewish in its identity — as opposed to the Roman-influenced Sepphoris. This is partially based on the result of his survey of the Nahal Zippori region that separates Sepphoris and Nazareth geographically.
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