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The Siege of Jerusalem can refer to several historical events:

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The Times of Israel

The Times of Israel
Thu, 08 May 2014 22:49:25 -0700

Most people think that the War of Independence began on May 14, 1948 when Israel was declared a state. Not so. In fact, the first shots of the war were fired half a year earlier, the day after the United Nations passed a resolution dividing Palestine ...
 
Jerusalem Post
Thu, 27 Jun 2013 07:15:51 -0700

The Antiquities Authority on Thursday unearthed for the first time a small 2,000-yearold cistern near the Western Wall that connects an archeological find with the famine that occurred during the Roman siege of Jerusalem during that era. The cistern ...

Sci-News.com

Sci-News.com
Mon, 01 Jul 2013 06:26:49 -0700

“This is the first time we are able to connect archaeological finds with the famine that occurred during the siege of Jerusalem at the time of the Great Revolt,” explained Dr Eli Shukron in a statement from the IAA. “The complete cooking pots and ...

Haaretz

Haaretz
Fri, 14 Nov 2014 09:03:21 -0800

Al-Hawaja added that, “We are talking of a protest activity aimed at breaking the siege of Jerusalem and to clash with the occupation forces. We are saying that there are no other options for Palestinians aside from a popular struggle. We will continue ...

PetaPixel

PetaPixel
Sun, 17 Aug 2014 12:08:56 -0700

Thom Atkinson, a U.K. photographer, spent nine months working on an incredibly detailed and interesting project, titled Soldiers' Inventories. It consists of 13 photographs, each depicting the weapons, clothing, armor, and personal items that British ...
 
findingDulcinea
Fri, 06 Jun 2008 21:16:19 -0700

On This Day: Crusaders Launch Siege of Jerusalem. June 07, 2009 02:00 AM. by Emily Coakley. On June 7, 1099, Christian knights launched an assault to free Jerusalem from Egyptian control as part of the first Crusade.

Haaretz

Haaretz
Wed, 16 Jul 2014 02:49:51 -0700

On July 15, 1099, the Crusader siege of Jerusalem succeeded in breaking through the Fatimid defense of the city and conquering it. Taking possession of the site where Jesus had been crucified and, according to tradition, resurrected, was the stated ...
 
OUPblog (blog)
Thu, 07 Jun 2012 02:38:37 -0700

On 7 June 1099, some 13,000 Christian Crusaders reached the outskirts of Jerusalem. They were poised on realizing the key goal of the First Crusade — capture of the holy city. The declining power of the Byzantine Empire had allowed Muslims to seize ...
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