1. Arnold, William Thomas. The Roman System of Provincial Administration to the Accession of Constantine the Great. Oxford: B. H. Blackwell, 1906.
A discussion on the Roman system and its administration of its Provinces.
2. Bowman, Alan, Edward Champton, and Andrew Lintott, eds. Cambridge Ancient History. Vol. 10. 2d ed. New York, N. Y.: Cambridge University Press, 1996.
A brief history of the Ancient times of Judea and the Roman Empire.
3. Charlesworth, Martin Percival. Five Men: Character Studies from the Roman Empire. Freeport, N.Y.: Books for Libraries Press, 1967.
Outlines the lives of five different citizens of Judea, in the Roman Empire.
4. "Chronology from 6000 Years Ago." Accessed on 21 Oct. 1996. Available from http://users.deltanet.com/~goodnews/chronology.htm; Internet.
A Chronology of Judea from 6000 years ago to the present.
5. The Fall of Jerusalem, and the Roman Conquest of Judea. London, New York : T. Nelson, 1882.
Consists of the siege and fall of Jerusalem, and the history of Palestine to 70 AD. All the images in this report come from this book.
6. Feldman, Louis, and Gohei Hata, eds. Josephus, Judaism, and Christianity. Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 1987.
Consists of The Jewish Antiquities, A History of the Jewish Wars, and The Life of Falvius Josephus. In the translation, Feldman also includes a number of explanatory notes, and three dissertations.
7. Focus Multimedia. "Second Temple Period of Israel." Accessed on 21 Oct.,1996. Available from http://focusmm.com.au/israel/is_hi_03.htm; Internet.
This Internet location focuses on the history and experiences of the Jewish people under Roman oppression. Maps are also available from a parallel Internet site, http://focusmm.com.au/israel/is_anamn.htm.
8. Goodman, Martin. The Ruling Class of Judea: The Origins of the Jewish Revolt. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1987.
Discussion of the revolt and history of rebellion. It outlines Judea from 168 BC to 135 AD. Political Leadership, and the politics and government are also discussed in this book.
9. Grant, Michael. Herod the Great. American Heritage Press, 1971.
A biography the tyrannical King of Judea, Herod. He also discusses the Herod who was devoted to keeping the Jews prosperous and racially intact.
10. Hamal, Gildas. Poverty and Charity in the Roman Palestine: The First Three Centuries. University of California Public Near East Studies, 1990.
I found this book using the L'année philogique, 1990; However, unfortunately I could not locate this book, even using the PALS system across the entire United States.
11. Horsley, Richard A. Jesus and the Siral of Violence. San Francisco, California: Harper Row, 1987.
This book was also found using the L'année philogique, 1989. It discusses the popular Jewish resistance in the Roman Palestine.
12. Jones, Arnold Hugh Martin. The Cities of the Eastern Roman Provinces. 2d ed. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1971.
Administrations of the cities and towns of the ancient Judea and other provinces.
13. Josephus, Flavius. The Jewish War. Translated with an introduction by G. A. Williamson. [Harmondsworth, Middlesex; Baltimore]: Penguin Books, 1960.
Translated version of Josephus documentation of the Jewish revolt.
14. Josephus, Flavius. Josephus. London: Heinemann; New York: Putnam, 1926-1965.
This work contains the histories of his life, the Jewish war as he experienced it and other jewish histories.
15. Josephus, Flavius. The Second Jewish Commonwealth; from the Maccabaean Rebellion to the Outbreak of the Judeo-Roman War. Edited by Nahum N. Galtzer. New York: Schocken Books, 1971.
Reports by Josephus of the Jewish people after the Judea revolt had broken out.
16. Josephus, Flavius. The Works of Flavius Josephus. Translated by William Whiston. Cincinnati: E. Morgan, 1850.
There are three different editions of this book, all translated from the original Greek by Whiston. He also includes a series of explanatory notes, and three dissertations on Jesus Christ, James the Just, and Gods command to Abraham.
17. Kenyon, Kathleen. Archaeology in the Holy Land. 3d, ed. 1970.
Kingdoms of Israel and Judea, and the setting of Palestine in the history of the near east.
18. Lintott, A. W. Imperium Romanum: Politics and Administration. London; New York: Routledge, 1993.
History of the politics, government, and administration of the Roman Empire over Judea and its other provinces.
19. Metz, Helen C, ed. Israel A Country Stud., 3d ed. Library of Congress: United States as represented by the Secretary of the Army, 1990.
A brief account of the Judean oppression suffered under the Roman rule.
20. Meyers, Eric, and Michael White. "Jews and Christianity in a Roman World." Archaeology (1989), 24-32
This article was found using the L'année philologique, 1989. In Roman Palestine Judiasm, Christianity, and paganism thrived side by side.
21. Miller, Fergus. The Roman Empire and its Neighbours. 1st American ed. New York: Delcorte Press, 1968.
Discusses the history of the provinces in the roman Empire. Equestrian rule in Judea is explained.
22. Mommsen, Theodor. The Provinces of the Roman Empire, from Ceasar to Diocletian. Translated with the authors sanction and additions by William P. Dickson. New York: C. Scribners sons, 1906.
Discusses in length the provinces of the Roman Empire. The administration of the Judean province is also included.
23. Negor, Abraham, ed. Archaeological Encyclopedia of the Holy Land. 1972.
Romes Eastern provinces are described from an archaeological point of view.
24. Princeton Encyclopedia of Classical Sites. Princeton, N. J.: Princeton University Press, 1976.
This Encyclopedia contains a brief overview of the Roman Province of Judea.
25. Renan, Ernest. History of the people of Israel. Vol. 6. Boston: Roberts, 1888-1889.
This book outlines the Jewish history of their independence previous to Romes occupation, and their hardships after they were conquered. The map and plan in this report come from this book.
26. "6000 Years of Civilization." Accessed on 21 Oct., 1996. Available from http://users.deltanet.com/~goodnews/graph2.htm; Internet.
This site has a graph of the last 6000 years of Jewish History.
27. Tamarin, Alfred H. Revolt in Judea: the Road to Masada. New York: Four Winds Press, 1968.
This is condensed from Josephus eyewitness account of the Romans physical challenge of Judea.
28. Whittaker, Molly. Jews and Christians: Graeco-Roman Views. Cambridge [Cambridgeshire]; New York: Cambridge University Press, 1984.
This book looks at the history of the Jews to 70 AD, especially with regard to the developmants of the early church., and Roman religion.
29. Williamson, G. A. The World of Josephus : The Life Times and Works of the First Century Historian. Boston, Toronto: Little Brown and Company, 1964.
This book interprets the changing times in period of Josephus life and the major changes that were occurring in his homeland, of Judea.
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