Jerusalem Against Rome (Interdisciplinary Studies in Ancient Culture and Religion) e-book
by M. Hadas-lebel
I was aware of Dr. Hadas-lebel's excellent work on the Jewish revolts through her popular book on Josephus Flavius.
I was aware of Dr. This is a much more scholarly work, though well written. For the most part it combs through Jewish writings of the period embracing the three major Jewish revolts against Rome, 1st through 2nd centuries AD, to get the Jewish take on these events. Apart from Josephus' detailed (though suspiciously self-serving) diary of the First Revolt, there is very little on the Jewish side.
The Jews were the only people to offer a comprehensive view of Rome over a great span of time.
We know very little about how these populations viewed their conquerors. The Jews were the only people to offer a comprehensive view of Rome over a great span of time.
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Interdisciplinary studies in ancient culture and religion.
Jerusalem Against Rome. By (author) Mireille Hadas-Lebel, Translated by Robyn Frechet. We know very little about how these populations viewed their conquerors.
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