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the cardinal number that is the product of ten and seven

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being ten more than sixty

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Jewish leadership in Roman Palestine from 70 CE to 135 CE.
Relating the modern predicament of Jews in Israel to the situation faced by the rabbis after 70 CE, Eisen suggests that the model of pragmatism and the survival instinct of the Jewish community--core to Jewish culture--should be the "criteria for deciding whether Jews should support a peaceful or violent reading of Judaism" (228).
70 CE)--"For the truth is that at this time, after the destruction of the Temple, we do not have the power to wear tekhelet." (4) However, by all accounts, tekhelet was still in use following the Temple's destruction, the earliest date given for its loss being 474 CE.
The tomb in question is dated prior to 70 CE, when ossuary use in Jerusalem ceased due to the Roman destruction of the city.
Her new novel, The Dovekeepers, set during the fall of Jerusalem in 70 CE, will be published by Scribners in October 2011.
This second volume covers the period from approximately 30 to 70 CE, the first generation of the Christian movement.
After recounting the destruction of the Second Temple of Jerusalem in 70 CE, Elie Wiesel notes, "All people usually celebrate victories.
The section on the "Jewish city" begins with its foundation and ends with the destruction of the Temple by the Romans in 70 CE. It is presented musically through a selection of the most beautiful psalms of King David as preserved in the ancient musical tradition of the Jews of southern Morocco, along with a piece on the 1st century Rabbi Akiba, one of the most important fathers of rabbinical Judaism.
That's when the Romans began destroying communities in Judea, eventually making their way to Jerusalem and its Temple in 70 CE. Jerusalem, Qumran, and Judea were never the same after the Roman invasion.
The worlds largest model of the Holy Temple was inaugurated close to the Temple Mount, where the Temple existed up until 70 CE.
After the destruction of the Second Temple in 70 CE, the Galilee (and Zefat in particular) became a center of Jewish scholarship and habitation.
In the year 70 CE, the Romans crushed the Jewish rebellion in Judea against their emerging empire, razing Jerusalem and burning the Second Temple to the ground.
She also helped characterize the garments and textiles found at the Fortress of Masada, the site of the Roman siege during the last days of the Jewish uprising in 70 CE.
IN THE MIDDLE OF AUGUST 70 CE the ancient city of Jerusalem was nearly completely destroyed by a vengeful Roman army.