A new history examines the enduring legacy of the rebellion.
In defense of the ancient writer remembered by many as a turncoat.
A rabbi’s provocative thesis.
A persimmon branch on an amethyst seal.
Hordes of Jewish pilgrims came to Jerusalem and experienced the Temple’s “wow effect.”
The un-Jews and their forebears.
Reinforcing Josephus’ description of events, excavations offer a window into the stratagems of the ancient Jewish resistance.
Last seen in Jerusalem.
Discovered thanks to 94-year-old aerial photographs.
Elaborate Roman-style tiles.
And the site of a heroic fight against the Romans.
Out of one, many.
The most polished writing and
sharpest analysis in the Jewish world.