Failed Revolutions

הסיור הציבורי הבא (37 ₪ )

The Roman Jewish Wars - the Great Revolt (66-73/4 CE) and the Bar Kokhba Revolt (132-136 CE) - were failed revolutions. Their impact has changed us forever, and there is no place like the Israel museum to bring those stories to life.

Learn about Herod the Great and how he rebuilt Jerusalem's Temple to rival the greatests temples in the Roman world. From the Fall of Jerusalem to the Fall of Beitar, there are very important lessons to learn from the coins, statues, structures and items that have been found from this period. In the end, we will see how some of them inspired the artists of the 19-20th centuries, as they envisioned the revival of the people of Israel in their homeland.

קהל יעד:

Schools, communities and adult learning, general audience. Very relevant for Jewish middle school and high school curriculum

קשר לנושאים בהוראה

Late Second Temple Period; Herod’s Renovation of Jerusalem and its Temple; The Great Revolt, Yavneh, Destruction of the Temple; The Bar Kokhba Revolt; 17 Tammuz and Tisha b’Av.

The Roman Empire; Roman Jewish Wars; Arch of Titus, Colosseum, etc; Masadah; Coinage.

משך הסיור

לכל פנייה ספציפית, הזמנת הסיור באופן פרטי, כל על עניין:

~2 hours

טווח מחירים לסיור פרטי


My students at first were not keen on the idea of a tour and really just wanted to hang out in NYC. Nachliel was able to engage them so well that they enjoyed the tour and learned so much from the experience that it built vast discussion over Shabbat over what we had seen and its relevance to Tanach.
I highly recommend taking a tour with Nachliel and look forward to my next opportunity to do so.

Rabbi James Williams

Youth Director
Young Israel of Hollywood & Fort Lauderdale

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