History Of The Romans Under The Empire; With A Copious Analytical Index Volume 7 by Charles MerivaleHistory Of The Romans Under The Empire; With A Copious Analytical Index Volume 7 by Charles Merivale

History Of The Romans Under The Empire; With A Copious Analytical Index Volume 7

byCharles Merivale

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1865 edition. Excerpt: ... Jopydes, the, defeated by Octavius, liL 288. Javolenus, celebrated jurisconsult, viL 405. Jerusalein, the temple-citadel of, taken by Pompcius, 1. 189. John Hyrcanus re-placed in the high-priestheod. 189. The Holy of Holies profaned by Pompcius, 189. Spoliation of the Temple by Cras-sua, 189 not e 415 note Splendour of the city in the rcign of Tiberius, v. 279. And magnificence of its sovercigns, 280. The emperor Caius's statue ordered to bo set up in the Holy of Holies, 816. Solemn entry of Herod Agrippa into Jerusalem, 8S0. The two contending factions, 8S0, 881. Tumults in Jerusalem under the flrst Roman procurators controlled by the prudence of the Sanhedrim, vi. 421. Herod Agrippa, the tctrarch, employed as a spy upon the Jews, 424. The Zealots, or party of independence, 425, 428. Thcir Sicaril, or secrct assassins, 425. A Ro-man detachment in the city compelled to capitulate, and massacred, 426. Defeat of Cestius Gaiius before the city, 427. Origin of the Jews and Jerusalem, accord-ing to Tacitus, 441, Religions sentiment among the Jews at this period, 445. Rev-oiutionary proceedings of the Zealots in Jerusalem, 447. Thcy massacre the mod-crate party and assume the government, 448. In three factions, occupy the city, 449. Topography of Jerusalem, 450. Titus conducts an army against the city, 454. Operations of the siege, 455, tt teq. Forcing of the outer wall, 456. The popu-lation overawed by the resoiution of the Zealots to defend the city to the last, 450. Lints of circumvollation drawn by Titus round the city, 457. Distress of the citi-zens, 458, 467. Famine and portents, 458. The Christians retire from the city, 460. Tho fortress Antonia taken, 460. Destruc-tion of tho Temple. 468, 464. The Upper City defended by the Zealots,...
Title:History Of The Romans Under The Empire; With A Copious Analytical Index Volume 7Format:PaperbackDimensions:258 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.54 inPublished:October 12, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0217225454

ISBN - 13:9780217225458

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