Sanhedrin - This is the name of the assembly of seventy sages who interpret Jewish law.
Phylactery - Also known as a tefillin, this is headgear worn by the sages that is made from sheepskin and contains parchment scrolls.
Antioch - This is the capital city of Syria, the third largest city in the world of its time.
Musaeum - This is a building where documents and specimens are kept, available for study by the populace who seek wisdom.
Caeserea - This seaside village in Israel is where Elisha is sent to perform his intelligence services for the Romans during the Jewish insurrection.
Temple Mount - This is an extremely sacred place for the Jewish faith because it is believed this is the spot where God began creating the earth.
Roman Empire - The Jews of Palestine technically live under its rule, but they still live by...
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