Bar kochba



Simon, died a.d. 135, Hebrew leader of insurrection against the Romans a.d. 132–135.
Historical Examples

Again his voice thrilled with pride as it had done when he had first told the child the story of bar kochba’s rebellion.
The New Land Elma Ehrlich Levinger

noun
Simeon. died 135 ad, Jewish leader who led an unsuccessful revolt against the Romans in Palestine

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