Josephus, the Emperors, and the City of Rome: From Hostage to Historian
In Josephus, the Emperors, and the City of Rome William den Hollander explores the social circumstances in which Josephus spent the years of his life following his first encounter with Rome, considering particularly his place within the Roman army camp and, later, the imperial capital.
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Josephus in Rome
Chapter 2 Yosef ben Mattityahu in Neronian Rome
Chapter 3 Josephus and Vespasian
Chapter 4 Josephus and Titus
Chapter 5 Josephus and Domitian
Chapter 6 Josephus and the Inhabitants of Rome
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