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Skirmishes continue until the last stronghold (Masada) is destroyed in 73. Temple worship is concluded, along with animal sacrifices. AD 68–69 Turmoil in Rome and year of four Roman emperors. AD 70–95 Sometimes called the “Tunnel Period,” since not much is known of events during this time. Likely period during which the Gospels of Matthew, possibly Luke (see also AD 60–69 above), and John are written. Pharisaism and the rabbis emerge as the dominant expressions of Judaism. Likely time of the production of the Didache.
Ed. The Bible Knowledge Background Commentary. 3 vols. Bible Knowledge Series. Colorado Springs, CO: Victor, 2004–5. This collection of individual scholars’ treatments of the Greco-Roman and Jewish backgrounds to the NT is an excellent resource for students wanting to see nonbiblical parallels to events and persons mentioned in the NT. Finegan, Jack. Handbook of Biblical Chronology. Rev. ed. Peabody, MA: Hendrickson, 1998. indd 41 5/17/13 3:30 PM 18 â†œT he World oF t H E N ew T estament Testaments.
85). Suetonius (ca. 75–140) describes this event in his Lives of the Caesars but claims that the expulsion of Jews from Rome was because of problems among the Jews in the city over “Chrestus,” a possible reference to Jesus, the Christ. He writes, “Since the Jews constantly made disturbances at the instigation of Chrestus,6 he [Claudius] expelled them from Rome” (Claud. 4; LCL). Dio Cassius (ca. 5). Because these other sources date this event essentially the same, we can reasonably place it with some confidence in AD 49, although some scholars place it in AD 41.