For the Temple  A Tale of the Fall of Jerusalem by G A Henty

For the Temple A Tale of the Fall of Jerusalem by G A Henty

The Siege of Jerusalem in the year 70 A.D. was a decisive event in the Israelite-Roman War. It was followed by the fall of Masada in 73 A.D.

The Siege of Jerusalem in the year 70 A.D. was a decisive event in the Israelite-Roman War. It was followed by the fall of Masada in 73 A.D.

♥ Books were discovered five years ago in a cave in a remote part of Jordan to which Christian refugees are known to have fled after the fall of Jerusalem in 70AD. Important documents from the same period have previously been found there.

♥ Books were discovered five years ago in a cave in a remote part of Jordan to which Christian refugees are known to have fled after the fall of Jerusalem in 70AD. Important documents from the same period have previously been found there.

Saladin and the Fall of Jerusalem: Richard the Lionheart, the Crusades and the Battle for the Holy Land

Saladin and the Fall of Jerusalem: Richard the Lionheart, the Crusades and the Battle for the Holy Land

Jeremiah Chapters 37-44 | Fall of Jerusalem | Steve Gregghttp://TheNarrowPath.com | Steve covers 8 chapters of Jeremiah, including the Fall of Jerusalem to the Babylonians in chapter 39 and Jeremiah's imprisonment.

Jeremiah Chapters 37-44 | Fall of Jerusalem | Steve Gregghttp://TheNarrowPath.com | Steve covers 8 chapters of Jeremiah, including the Fall of Jerusalem to the Babylonians in chapter 39 and Jeremiah's imprisonment.

A hoard of coins from the fourth year of the Jewish Revolt against Rome — minted months before the fall of Jerusalem in 70 CE — was found outside the capital and announced by the Israel Antiquities Authority on Tuesday to coincide with the Ninth of Av, the date commemorating the destruction of the Second Temple.

A hoard of coins from the fourth year of the Jewish Revolt against Rome — minted months before the fall of Jerusalem in 70 CE — was found outside the capital and announced by the Israel Antiquities Authority on Tuesday to coincide with the Ninth of Av, the date commemorating the destruction of the Second Temple.

‎By 34 BC, under King Herod’s rule, ancient Jerusalem went through major redevelopment, crowned with the rebuilding of the Second Temple and a bigger Temple Mount. In AD 66, the Great Jewish Revolt challenged Roman rule over Jerusalem, resulting in the destruction of the temple and the fall of Jerusalem by AD 70.

‎By 34 BC, under King Herod’s rule, ancient Jerusalem went through major redevelopment, crowned with the rebuilding of the Second Temple and a bigger Temple Mount. In AD 66, the Great Jewish Revolt challenged Roman rule over Jerusalem, resulting in the destruction of the temple and the fall of Jerusalem by AD 70.

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