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During the Siege of Jerusalem the center of Jewish life moved to?
Yavneh
The Hebrew term for Judeo-Christians is?
Nazorim
The Roman Emperor who made Jerusalem a Pagan city?
Hadrian
The head of the Jewish community in Roman/Byzantine Empire?
Nasi
The center of Palestinian Jewry from @ 250 CE
Tiberius
They rebelled in the 5th and 6th Centuries CE and suffered permanent damage?
Samaritans
The invaded Jerusalem in 614 CE and destroyed churchs?
Persians
The capital of Roman Palestine and First Palestine was?
Caesarea
Powerful leader, edited the Mishna and had good relations with Rome?
Judah HaNasi
He tried rebuilding the Temple in Jerusalem in 361 CE?
Julian
He moved the Empire's capital and converted to Christianity?
Constantine
The post Mishna sages mentioned in the Talmud are called?
Amoriem
4 of Gamaliel's Achievements?
1. Passover Seder
2. Biblical Canon
3. Fixed Daily Prayer
4. Festival Services
The Ficus Judaicus was?
A Tax imposed by the Romans as punishment for the Great Revolt
Who was the leading Rabbi who supported the Bar Kochba Revolt?
Rabbi Akiba
The name of Roman Jerusalem from 135 CE?
Aelia Capitolina
4 Roman decrees against the Jews in 135 BCE
1. Forbidding Circumcision and other Jewish practices.
2. Forbidding Residence in Jerusalem or its environs
3. Forbidding proselytizing
4. Changed the provincial status of Judea
Which work was written first
1. talmud Yerushalimi
2. Babylonian Talmud
3. 18 Benedictions (Amidah)
4. Mishna
5. Tosefta
6. Piyutim
3. 18 Benedictions - Amidah
He lost Jerusalem to the Persians; conquered it; and lost it to the Arabs?
Heraclius
He Persecuted Christians, reformed Roman administration and moved the Xth Legion?
Diocletian