An expression of national identity.
Roman soldiers carried tokens of the Great Revolt.
The dark side of ancient Rome’s glory.
Personal freedom and national independence.
Berenice beyond her many marriages.
Plundered, taken West, and located.
“A small group of Jewish defenders withstood the invaders for a few months.”
What the destruction of Jerusalem meant to those who destroyed it.
A new history examines the enduring legacy of the rebellion.
In defense of the ancient writer remembered by many as a turncoat.
A symbol of sovereignty.
“For the freedom of Jerusalem!”
Reinforcing Josephus’ description of events, excavations offer a window into the stratagems of the ancient Jewish resistance.
The ancient origins of one among many paranoias.