Their exercises are unbloody battles, and their battles bloody exercises.
Yet did that Antiochus, who was also called Dionysius, become an origin of troubles again.
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Flavius Josephus was born in Jerusalem. He was a Roman historian, scholar, and writer who wrote valuable works on the Jewish revolt of 66–70 and on earlier Jewish history. His most important works were The Jewish War, Antiquities of the Jews and Against Apion.
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