The Arch of Titus: Rome and the Menorah explores one of the most significant Roman monuments to survive from antiquity, from the perspectives of Roman, Jewish and later Christian history and art. The Arch of Titus commemorates the destruction of Jerusalem by the emperor Titus in 70 CE, an event of pivotal importance for the history of the Roman Empire, of Judaism, of Christianity and of modern nationalism.
Arch of Titus: Rome and the MenorahYeshiva University
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Now in its second century, Yeshiva University is the oldest and most comprehensive educational institution under Jewish auspices in America. It is an independent university that ranks among the nation's leading academic research institutions and, reflecting the time-honored tradition of Torah Umadda -- where Judaic and secular words intersect-- provides the highest quality Jewish and secular education of any Jewish university in the world.
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TOP REVIEWS FROM ARCH OF TITUS: ROME AND THE MENORAH
I learned alot about this class. I would like to thank the instructor for a wonderful job and experience learning from them.
The only art history class I've ever taken from a Jewish perspective.
Fantastic course - I truly enjoyed this and learned so much - many thanks to Professor Fine and team.
Arch of Titus give me deeper understanding about Roman architecture, Hebrew historical and sociological context after the destruction of Jerusalem circa 70 AD
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