MASADA: Mass Suicide in the First Jewish-Roman War, c. AD 73
In the spring of 73 AD, the rock fortress of Masada on the western shore of the Dead Sea was the site of an event that was breathtaking in its courage and self-sacrifice. Here the last of the Jewish Zealots who, for nearly eight years had waged war against the Roman occupiers of their country, made their last stand. Well illus.
Publisher: Pen & Sword
Publishing status: Current
Item #: 295866X