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The Bellum Iudaicum by Flavius Josephus is a complex literary project, which, at least in part, seeks to link the causes and consequences of the fall of Jerusalem. This study began through an interest in revisiting the basis for the classical literature which other scholars had already detected in the work. Josephus' debt to Tacitus and Greek historians has been noted and debated for centuries. However, the present study brings the reader not only certain echoes of Tacitus not previouslydoi:10.34632/didaskalia.2006.1735 fatcat:fdxuduqod5e5zfntev6fxoqaje