Who Were the Sicarii

@inproceedings{Rappaport2011WhoWT,
  title={Who Were the Sicarii},
  author={Uriel Rappaport},
  year={2011}
}
The fourth philosophy that was later called Sicarii1 is the best known among the various anti-Roman movements in Judea. We can follow their history along few generations, whereas the other anti-Roman groups have played a role only for a short time. Such is the case of Simon bar Giora’s and John of Gischala’s factions; of the Zealots with their collective leadership; of Eleazar, son of Dineus (B.J. 2.235 + Alexander; A.J. 20.121, 161) who was active along a somewhat more extended period of time… 
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