Ancient Warfare VIII.5 (PDF)
The Jewish population of the Roman Near East revolted against its Roman rulers three times: first between AD 66 and 70, then under Trajan in AD 116-117 and finally, the Bar Kochba revolt raged in Judea between 132 and 135, suppressed at heavy cost.
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Ancient Warfare VIII.5
Theme: Rebellion against the Empire
- Mladen Popovic, "Historical introduction"
- Tilman G. Moritz, "A history of victors? Josephus' account of the First Jewish War"
- Vassilis Pergalias, "Soldiers of the Empire - The Third Gallica during the Revolt of AD 66"
- Sean Manning, "A War at Sea? - The Victoria Navalis"
- Sidney E Dean, "Titus ante Portas - The Siege of Jerusalem, AD 70"
- Graham Sumner, "Roman soldier in Judea - Roman imperial legionary cavalryman"
- Joseph Hall, "Rebellion in the Diaspora - The Second Jewish Revolt, AD 116-117"
- Arnold Blumberg, "Judea's Last Bid for Freedom - The Bar Kochba Revolt"
- Tilman G. Moritz, "On the cover"
- Owen Rees, "Let slip the Dogs of War - Dogs in ancient Greek warfare"
- Marc G. DeSantis, "Conquering the Sea from the Land - Alexander's antidote to Persian sea power"
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