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Revolt in Judea

Alfred H. Tamatin

Revolt in Judea

The road to Masada ; the eyewitness account by Flavius Josephus of the roman campaign against the destruction of the Second Temple and the heroism of Masada

by Alfred H. Tamatin

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Published by Galahad Books in New York City .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Juifs -- Histoire

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    StatementCondensed and adapted for modern readers by Alfred H. Tamarin
    The Physical Object
    Pagination159 p. ;
    Number of Pages159
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22212698M

    The First and Second Books of Maccabees relate the accounts of the Jewish revolt against the Syrian Greek tyrant Antiochus Epiphanes. The account concludes with the defeat of the Syrian General Nicanor. This Jewish insurrection was started by an elderly priest named Mattathias in BCE, but Mattathias died shortly thereafter. The Book of Hebrews is Written from Judea (?) 64 AD: Paul is Imprisoned Again: 64 AD: The Great Fire of Rome (Christians are Blamed) 65 AD: The Book of 2 Peter is Written from Rome: 65 AD: The Book of 2 Timothy is Written from Rome: 66 AD: The Jews of Judea Revolt against Rome: 67 AD: The Book of Acts is Written from Rome: 68 AD: Paul is.

    Get this from a library! Revolt in Judea, the road to Masada: the eyewitness account by Flavius Josephus of the Roman campaign against Judea, the destruction of the Second Temple, and the heroism of Masada. [Alfred H Tamarin; Flavius Josephus]. The Jewish population of the Roman Near East revolted against its Roman rulers three times: first between AD 66 then under Trajan in AD and finally, the Bar Kochba revolt raged in Judea between and , suppressed at heavy cost pins.

    The replaced the name Judea with Syria Palaestina. When did the Jewish revolt fails and the Romans forbid Jews to live in Jerusalem? That was the Bar Kokhba revolt (). In the year 66 A.D. the Roman province of Judea exploded in rebellion. Far from being a revolution of unified peoples, the various Jewish factions of Sadducees, Zealots, Sicarii, and Edomites are in a state of civil war; anxious to spill the blood of each other as they are to fight the Romans. The Judeans find hope when the Romans commit a serious.


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**Previously Titled 'Kingdom of the Damned: Rebellion in Judea'** In the year 66 A.D. the Roman province of Judea exploded in rebellion.

Far from being a revolution of unified peoples, the various Jewish factions of Sadducees, Zealots, Sicarii, and Edomites are in a state of civil war; as anxious to spill the blood of each other as they are to fight the Romans/5(). Revolt in Judea, the road to Masada: The eyewitness account by Flavius Josephus of the Roman campaign against Judea, the destruction of the Second Temple, and the heroism of Masada [Tamarin, Alfred H] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Revolt in Judea, the road to Masada: The eyewitness account by Flavius Josephus of the Roman campaign against Judea5/5(3). First Jewish Revolt, Jewish rebellion against Roman rule in Judea from AD 66 to It was the result of a long series of clashes in which small groups of Jews offered sporadic resistance to the Romans, who in turn responded with severe countermeasures.

The Jewish–Roman wars were a series of large-scale revolts by the Jews of Judea against the Roman Empire between 66 and CE. The First Jewish–Roman War (66–73 CE) and the Bar Kokhba revolt (– CE) were nationalist rebellions, striving to restore an independent Judean state, while the Kitos War was mostly fought outside the Judea.

The Bar Kokhba revolt (Hebrew: מֶרֶד בַּר כּוֹכְבָא ‎; Mered Bar Kokhba) was a rebellion of the Jews of the Roman province of Judea, led by Simon bar Kokhba, against the Roman circa – CE, it was the last of three major Jewish–Roman wars, so it is also known as The Third Jewish–Roman War or The Third Jewish Revolt.

Zedekiah, king of Judah (–/ bc) whose reign ended in the Babylonian destruction of Jerusalem and the deportation of most of the Jews to Babylon. Mattaniah was the son of Josiah and the uncle of Jehoiachin, the reigning king of Judah. In bc the Babylonians under King Nebuchadrezzar.

In the First and Second Books of the Maccabees, the Maccabean Revolt is described as a response to cultural oppression and national resistance to a foreign scholars, however, argue that the king intervened in a civil war between traditionalist Jews in the countryside and Hellenized Jews in Jerusalem.

As Joseph P. Schultz puts it: "Modern scholarship considers the Maccabean. The Maccabees (/ ˈ m æ k ə ˌ b iː z /), also spelled Machabees (Hebrew: מכבים ‎ or מקבים ‎, Maqabim; Latin: Machabaei or Maccabaei; Greek: Μακκαβαῖοι, Makkabaioi), were a group of Jewish rebel warriors who took control of Judea, which at the time was part of the Seleucid Empire.

They founded the Hasmonean dynasty, which ruled from BCE to 37 BCE, being a fully. Bar Kokhba Revolt ( CE). Silver Zuz, undated year 3 (/ CE). Obverse: ‘Shimon’ (in Palaeo-Hebrew) around bunch of grapes.

Reverse. The Great Revolt of Judea CE. The Great Revolt of Judea, which occurred between CE, was a series of riots by the Jews against the Roman Empire in response to the infringement of civil and religious rights. After years of unrest under various Roman rulers and procurators, the rioting was kicked into high gear after a new procurator.

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Judaea, Second Revolt (Bar Kokhba War), CE. Silver Sela, mint of Jerusalem, undated year 3 (/5 CE). Obverse. Soldier of Rome: Rebellion in Judea: The Great Jewish Revolt series, Book 1 Audible Audiobook – Unabridged James Mace (Author), Jonathan Waters (Narrator), Legionary Books (Publisher) & 0 more out of 5 stars ratings/5().

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– – the Kitos War; Judea’s role in it is disputed though, as it played itself out mainly in the Jewish diaspora and there are no fully trustworthy sources on Judea’s participation in the rebellion, nor is there any archaeological way of distinguishing destruction levels of CE from those of the major Bar Kokhba revolt of just a.

The dynasty was established under the leadership of Simon Thassi, two decades after his brother Judas Maccabeus (יהודה המכבי Yehudah HaMakabi) defeated the Seleucid army during the Maccabean ing to 1 Maccabees, 2 Maccabees, and the first book of The Jewish War by Jewish historian Flavius Josephus (37 CE– c.

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Tamarin online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 1 editions. Judah Maccabee’s second-century B.C.E. revolt against the Hellenistic Seleucids set the stage for the establishment of the Hasmonean dynasty in Judea.

The events are commemorated in the yearly celebration of Hanukkah. What was the relationship between the Jewish dynasty and Rome. Judaea, First Revolt ( CE).

Silver Shekel, Year 1 ( CE). Obverse: ‘Shekel of Israel’ in Palaeo-Hebrew, around a ritual chalice. Reverse. Soldier of Rome: Rebellion in Judea: Book One of The Great Jewish Revolt (Volume 1) by James Mace Paperback $ In Stock. Ships from and sold by FREE Shipping on orders over $ Details. Soldier of Rome: The Fall of Jerusalem (The Great Jewish Revolt) (Volume 3) by James Mace Paperback $Reviews:.

Judea is a mountainous region, part of which is considered a varies greatly in height, rising to an altitude of 1, m (3, ft) in the south at Mount Hebron, 30 km (19 mi) southwest of Jerusalem, and descending to as much as m (1, ft) below sea level in the east of the region.

It also varies in rainfall, starting with about – millimetres (16–20 in) in the western Coordinates: 31°41′56″N 35°18′23″E / °N .THE REVOLT OF THE MACCABEES and THE RULE OF THE HASMONS Biblical Period 10 Lesson # 23 • Previous • Salvation History Study List • Next Heavenly Father, You returned Your people to the Promise Land after 70 years of exile and restored their independence through the courage of the sons of Mattathias'the Maccabees'who hammered Judah 's foes and reclaimed the Temple for the Covenant.

Thus the revolt ended in tragedy. But some years later, changes in the geopolitical landscape would lead to Judas’ youngest brother Jonathan Apphus ascending to the high priesthood, and to the establishment of the Hasmonean Dynasty that would rule an independent Judea .