Flavius Josephus

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Noun1.Flavius Josephus - Jewish general who led the revolt of the Jews against the Romans and then wrote a history of those events (37-100)
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The Jewish-Roman historian Flavius Josephus (37-100 ACE) attributed the epidemic to bacillary dysenter, which can lead to hemorrhoids, his translation of the Hebrew word "opalim.
The timing of Herod's death can be ascertained with some certainty because the Jewish historian Flavius Josephus noted that Herod died shortly after an eclipse of the moon--which occurred on the night of March 12-13, 4 B.
First century Roman historian Flavius Josephus wrote that Julias was built around 30 CE on the ruins of Bethsaid, a fishing village where Peter was born according to the Gospel of John.
In a revision of his 2015 doctoral dissertation at McMaster University, Krause investigates the sudden appearance of the synagogue in first-century CE Jewish history, looking at the work of Flavius Josephus for contemporary thought on the matter.
The Judeo-Roman historian Flavius Josephus constitutes the bulk of Jewish historical source material outside of the Christian Testament.
Flavius Josephus was a firstcentury Roman-Jewish historian.
Sculpting Idolatry in Flavian Rome: (An)Iconic Rhetoric in the Writings of Flavius Josephus.
Described in great detail by Flavius Josephus (War of the Jews, Book 5, Chapter 5), the temple was ascended by 12 steps.
Flavius Josephus, The Antiquities of the Jews, book 8, ch.
The date of Jesus's birth has long been thought to have been at sometime from 6 BC to 4 BC, based solely on Flavius Josephus, who reported that a lunar eclipse shortly preceded King Herod's death, and we do know a lunar eclipse occurred on March 13, 4 BC.
Sculpting idolatry in Flavian Rome; (an)iconic rhetoric in the writings of Flavius Josephus.
The roots of the Tunisian Jewish community run deeply into antiquity: According to Flavius Josephus, Julius Caesar granted a special status to the Jews of the newly created Roman province of Africa.