Archeological sites of Israel (Nazareth). An entrance into an excavated cave used by Bar Kokhba's rebels. Bar Kokhba revolt was part of the Jewish-Roman wars

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Coin from Jewish Bar Kokhba revolution. Written in Paleo-Hebrew alphabet also known as Ktav Ivri. Obverse: trumpets surrounded by "To the freedom of Jerusalem". Reverse: A lyre surrounded by "Year two to the freedom of Israel" Attribution -Tallenna Tiedosto •Paleo-Hebrew Letter•Judaica | Sukkah Soul

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The Bar Kokhba revolt (132–136 CE )was the third major rebellion by the Jews against the Roman Empire and last of the Jewish-Roman Wars. Simon bar Kokhba, the commander of the revolt, was acclaimed as a Messiah, who could restore Israel. The revolt established an independent state of Israel for over two years, but the Romans finally crushed it. They then barred Jews from Jerusalem. Although Jewish Christians hailed Jesus as the Messiah, not supporting Bar Kokhba, they were barred as well.

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Bar Kokhba Revolt (History)

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Bar Kokhba revolt - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Remains of Hurvat Itri village, destroyed during the Bar Kokhba revolt

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BAR KOKHBA REVOLT for FREEDOM of ISRAEL 131AD Ancient Jewish Rebel Coin i44138 https://trustedmedievalcoins.wordpress.com/2016/03/07/bar-kokhba-revolt-for-freedom-of-israel-131ad-ancient-jewish-rebel-coin-i44138/

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The Bar Kokhba revolt (Hebrew: מרד בר כוכבא‎ or mered Bar Kokhba), was a rebellion of the Jews of Judea Province, led by Simon bar Kokhba, against the Roman Empire. The revolt erupted as a result of religious and political tensions in Judea province. Simon bar Kokhba, the commander, was regarded by many Jews as the Messiah, a heroic figure who would restore Israel.[5] Initial rebel victories established an independent state of Israel over parts of Judea for over two years.

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BAR KOKHBA REVOLT for FREEDOM of ISRAEL 131AD Ancient Jewish Rebel Coin i44138

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