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  • Masada - Wikipedia

    Masada (מצדה metsada "fortress") is an ancient fortification in the Southern District of Israel situated on top of an isolated rock plateau, akin to a mesa

  • Masada Desert Fortress - Jewish Virtual Library

    Masada (Hebrew for fortress) is a place of gaunt and majestic beauty that has become one of the Jewish people's greatestsymbols as the place where the last Jewish ...

  • Masada (TV Mini-Series 1981– ) - IMDb

    After the destruction of the Second Temple, 900 Jewish zealots hold out against a 5000 man Roman legion on the mountaintop fortress of Masada.

  • Masada | ancient fortress, Israel |

    Masada occupies the entire top of an isolated mesa near the southwest coast of the Dead Sea. The rhomboid-shaped mountain towers 1,424 feet (434 metres) above the ...

  • Masada - About

    What is even stranger is that the Masada episode is not mentioned in the Talmud. Why did the rabbis choose to ignore the courageous stance and tragic fate of the last ...

  • Masada - Bible History Online

    Masada Excavated Remains of Masada. What horrifying tragedy happened to the Jews at Masada? Decades after Jesus’ death, Zealots engineered a ...

  • Masada – Wikipedie

    Masada (hebrejsky: poslech, מצדה, mecada - „pevnost“) je starověká pevnost na vrcholu izolovaného skalního útesu na východním okraji Judské pouště ...

  • Masada - History - LK.NET

    Article on historical events at Masada as well as detailing archaeological finds there by historical period.

  • Massada (masada), Israel

    The declared World Heritage Site of Massada and its tragically-ending story of perseverance, is one of the most magnificent and frequently-toured places in Israel.

  • Masada, tragic fortress in the sky | The Times of Israel

    Masada, tragic fortress in the sky For three brave years, the freedom fighters on this rocky plateau — known as the Zealots — managed to hold back 10,000 Roman ...

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