"Impressively inaccessible cliffside caves" that hid Jews from the Roman army

The Jewish historian Josephus wrote the only known account of the Great Jewish Revolt of 66-70CE. But his writings have long been suspected of embellishing his own role in the revolt. Recently, researchers have found solid evidence of at part of his account: elaborate fortified cliffside caves in which the Jews hid from the approaching Romany army.


Caves in which Jewish rebels hid from Romans 2,000 years ago found in Galilee

By Phillipe Bohstrom


September 28, 2016

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