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How rich were carpenters in the Roman province of Iudaea in the 1st century AD?
According to the Biblical account, Jesus was the son of a carpenter, Joseph of Nazareth (Matthew 13,55). Apparently carpenters were not among the wealthy. Be that as it may, how rich could a ...
Sep 29 '13 at 9:34
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