Masada   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Masada   - a fortress in Judaea
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142/1 Jonathan builds the first fortress on the site of Masada.
    Within translations:
Joseph:AJ_14.296   them, and particularly Masada, the strongest fortress
Joseph:AJ_14.358   that was to the fortress of Masada. And as he had many
Joseph:AJ_14.361   soldiers, and the place Masada, whither he proposed to
Joseph:AJ_14.390   ieged those that were in Masada, who had plenty of all oth
Joseph:AJ_14.396   to those that were in Masada, (for he was obliged to
Joseph:AJ_14.397   ose of his family that were in Masada. [398] Now of the
Joseph:AJ_14.400   ose of his family out of Masada, and the fortress Oresa,
Joseph:AJ_14.413   were already gone out of Masada, and went into Galilee,
Joseph:AJ_15.184   and the whole family at Masada, and gave him a charge,
Joseph:BJ_1.237   hem the strongest of them all, Masada. [238] However, noth
Joseph:BJ_1.238   in, and drove him out of Masada in the posture of a suppli
Joseph:BJ_1.264   he came to the strong hold of Masada. [265] Nay, he found
Joseph:BJ_1.266   his followers, because Masada would not contain so great
Joseph:BJ_1.286   ieged those that were in Masada, who had all other necessa
Joseph:BJ_1.292-294 *   enterprise, and that was Masada, in order to deliver his
Joseph:BJ_1.303   lations, who had been in Masada, to Samaria; and when he
Plin:HN_5.73   heap of ashes. Next comes Masada, a fortress on a rock,


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