Masada is a natural fortress which was used by Jews during rebellion against the Romans. It is located near the Dead Sea and some biblical fragments, pieces of the Dead Sea Scrolls, have been located here. In AD 73/74 nine hundred Jewish rebels committed suicide here.
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Dead Sea scrolls; Religion -- Archaeology and religion; Archaeology -- Israel -- Masada;
Smolski, Chet, "Masada" (1980). Browse All. 772.
religion, archaeology, historic, Dead Sea Scrolls, Masada