10a-2 Rabbinic Judaism

10a-2 Rabbinic Judaism - Destruction of Israel and Survival...

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Destruction of Israel and Survival of Judaism First Revolt: Destruction of the Jewish State 66-70 AD First Jewish Revolt Josephus, Vespasian and Titus 70 AD Fall of the Temple 73 AD Fall of Masada Romans besiege Jerusalem conquered, destroyed temple, Jews sold into slavery Masada, 70-73 CE
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Coins of the First Revolt Second Revolt: Destruction of the Jewish State Jewish Rebellion in the Provinces, 115-116 132-135 AD Second Revolt (Bar Kochba) Akiba and Messianic Claims Final expulsion of the Jews 135 AD, Jerusalem rebuilt by Hadrian as Aelia Capitolina gentile Roman city until 312 AD Bar Kochba Shekel (Rebuilding Temple)
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Bar Kochba Caves and Letters “Alma” Letter amla AMLA = Alma Loss of Three of the Four Pillars of Israel 1- State/Land 2- Davidic Kingship 3- Temple and Aaronic Priesthood 4- Torah = Law Rabbinic Judaism focuses solely on the Law
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Judaism After Fall of Jerusalem How to worship properly without Temple Sacrifices and
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