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" Jerusalem], but not belonging to the city itself; for they were come up from all the country to the feast of unleavened bread, and were on a sudden shut up by an army, which at the very first occasioned so great a straitness among them that there came... "
The Genuine Works of Flavius Josephus: Containing three books of the Jewish ... - Page 118
by Flavius Josephus - 1824
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The Great Events by Famous Historians: A.D. 13-409

Charles Francis Horne - 1905 - 440 pages
...first, occasioned so great a straitness among them that there came a pestilential destruction upon them, and soon afterward such a famine as destroyed them more suddenly. That this city could contain so many people in it is manifest by that number of them which was taken...
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I Want to Be "Left Behind": An Examination of the Ideas Behind the Popular ...

Tim Kirk - 2002 - 112 pages
...first, occasioned so great a straitness among them, that there came a pestilential destruction upon them, and soon afterward such a famine as destroyed...Cestius, who being desirous of informing Nero of the power of the city, who otherwise was disposed to contemn that nation, entreated the high priests, if...
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A History of Muslim Civilization: From late antiquity to the fall of the ...

Huseyin Abiva, Noura Durkee - 2003
...very first, occasioned so great a traitness among them that there came a pestilential destruction upon them, and soon afterward such a famine, as destroyed them more suddenly. From The Works ofjosephus, translated by William Whiston Hendrickson Publishers, 1987 me Character...
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The Great Roman-Jewish War

Flavius Josephus, William Whiston, David Samuel Margoliouth - 2004 - 485 pages
...first, occasioned so great a straitness among them, that there came a pestilential destruction upon them, and soon afterward such a famine, as destroyed...flower of the city, who otherwise was disposed to contenm that nation, entreated the high priests, if the thing were possible, to take the number of...
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Revelation in Context

Irene Belyeu - 2006 - 668 pages
...first, occasioned so great a straitness among them, that there came a pestilential destruction upon them, and soon afterward such a famine as destroyed...many people in it is manifest by that number of them US 318 Wars, 5.3.1. Also Whiston's footnote, p. 551. which was taken under Cestius, who being desirous...
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The Works of Flavius Josephus: The History of the Destruction of Jerusalem ...

M. a. Reverend a. R. Shilleto, Flavius Josephus - 2006 - 276 pages
...the war, which density of population first produced a pestilence, and very soon afterwards a famine. And that this city could contain so many people in it, is manifest by the numeration taken under Oestrus, who being desirous to inform Nero, who despised our nation, of...
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The Works of Flavius Josephus ...: To which are Added, Three ..., Volume 4

Flavius Josephus - 1822
...very first occasioned so great a straitness among them that there came a pestilential destruction upon them, and soon afterward such a famine as destroyed...was disposed to contemn that nation, entreated the high-priests, if the thing were possible, to take the number of their whole multitude. So these high-priests,...
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