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Masada, Israel Featured Masada Print

Masada, Israel

Masada is the most spectacular archaeological site in Irael. In 43BC, Herod the Great seized an existing fortress and used it as a retreat from his potentially rebellious subjects. Masada has become a place of pilgrimage second only to the Western Wall. After the First Jewish-Roman War a seige of the fortress by troops of the Roman Empire led to the mass suicide of Jewish rebels, who prefer death to surrender

Remains of the fortress palace, built by Herod the Great (73-4 BC) c.37-31 BC (photo) Featured Masada Print

Remains of the fortress palace, built by Herod the Great (73-4 BC) c.37-31 BC (photo)

XSP227764 Remains of the fortress palace, built by Herod the Great (73-4 BC) c.37-31 BC (photo) by .; Masada, Israel; (add.info.: Jewish garrison in c01st AD Jewish War; symbol today of Jewish freedom; originally had about 30 towers;); out of copyright

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Flavius Josephus brought before Titus, at the Siege of Jerusalem, 70. Artist: Unknown Featured Masada Print

Flavius Josephus brought before Titus, at the Siege of Jerusalem, 70. Artist: Unknown

Flavius Josephus brought before Titus, at the Siege of Jerusalem, 70. Flavius Josephus (c37-c100), Jewish historian and soldier, is brought before Titus (39-81), eldest son of the Emperor Vespasian and commander of Roman forces in Judea during the Jewish revolt against Roman rule which began in 66. The Romans destroyed the city and looted the Temple. Flavius Josephus' History of the Jewish War (79) is the principal historical source on the revolt, which ended when the Romans captured the Jews' last stronghold at Masada in 73. Titus became Emperor in 79 and his exploits in Jerusalem are commemorated on the Arch of Titus, a triumphal arch built at the entrance to the Forum in Rome shortly after his death

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