Bar Kokhba revolt

Bar Kokhba revolt

In 131 A.D., the Jews revolted against Rome for the second time in 50 years. Emperor Hadrian put down the Bar Kokhba revolt. He slaughtered 580,000 Jews and sold the remnants into slavery, starting a diaspora that would not be reversed for roughly 1800 years.

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