Wednesday, March 7, 2007

Josephus study source

The first century Jewish historian Josephus is one of our most significant sources for the history of Roman Israel in the century before and after Jesus. He's also a fount of information on other sources for the study of ancient history, frequently citing other writers and quoting from many lost ancient works. This site, under the guidance of Josephus scholar Steve Mason, can help you explore Josephus' works and get to know him better,

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