Bar Kokhba Revolt. Roman Emporers. Trajan 98-117 Hadrian 117-138 Anotninus Pius 138-161. Sources. Contemporary letters and coins. See http://www.livius.org/ja-jn/jewish_wars/bk07.html .
This inscription, in one of the bathhouses of Cyrene, commemorates how the city was rebuilt after the tumulto Iudaico, the disorders caused by the Jews.
Dio Cassius reports 220,000 gentiles were killed. He also reports cannibalism and mutilation.
Tens of thousands of Jews were killed by the Romans to restore order.
Bar Kokhba Tunnel hideouts commemorates how the city was rebuilt after the
Front: the Aron in the middle and star above. “שמעון”
Back: Lulav. “לחרות ירושלם“ in Ketav Ivri (Ancient Hebrew script)
Cluster of Bar Kokhba’s letters, found by Yigael Yadin commemorates how the city was rebuilt after the