segunda-feira, 24 de fevereiro de 2014
domingo, 2 de fevereiro de 2014
By Scribe Valdemir
Josephus is considered as one of the greatest Jewish historians of his time, and in addition to writing about the history of the Jews and their wars, also wrote his autobiography in which he describes himself as the son of the Jewish priest Matthias, born in Jerusalem, accompanied by Torah and fan of Pharisaism (Josephus Flavius, History of the Jews ). Your testimony is important because it is probably the only surviving account of an eyewitness to the destruction of Jerusalem.
Josephus is considered as a Jewish revolutionary who surrendered to the Roman supremacy, exchanging suicide by loyalty to Rome. For his demonstration of loyalty, Vespasian not only received as a Roman citizen, but as a historian sponsored.