The Siege of Masada (73 AD) – Last Stand of the Great Jewish Revolt

Impregnable Mountain Fortress

In 73 AD Masada, the impregnable mountain fortress in the Judaean desert, stood as the final holdout against the onslaught of Rome’s legions. The siege that followed would mark the final, bloody suppression of the Jewish revolt with an encounter whose awe inspiring remains can still be seen in the desert today!

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