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9. Vespasian advances with legiones V and X to Caesarea Maritima. 10. Vespasian wipes out the pirates of Joppa. 11. Recuperating at Caesarea Philippi, Vespasian orders Titus to bring legiones V and X from Caesarea Maritima to rendezvous with legio XV at Scythopolis. 12. Vespasian advances to Sennabris. 13. Vespasian advances to Tiberias. 14. Vespasian takes Tarichaea; Jewish fleet annihilated on the Sea of Galilee. 15. After a protracted siege, Vespasian takes Gamala. 16. A detachment under Placidus eliminates the rebel holdouts on Mt.

Some of the Idumeans under Jacob b. Sosias, who was dissatisfied with his junior partner status, liberated about 2,000 citizens from the prisons and defected to Simon b. Gioras out in the Judean countryside. com Since being purged by the aristocratic regime, Simon had overrun the toparchy of Acrabatene and the surrounding region as far south as Idumea, drilling his followers until he ‘no longer had a mob of slaves and robbers, but an army of soldiers who obeyed him as if he were their king,’ Josephus remarks.

The pro-Roman citizens demolished a part of their walls as a symbol of submission to Vespasian, who entered Tiberias in triumph. He then brought his legions southwards along the western shore of the lake, setting up camp just short of Tarichaea, where Josephus had built and reinforced walls on three sides. The fourth side was fronted on the lake, where Jesus had established a fleet. Titus, with a combined force of 600 foot and horse, and Traianus, with another 400 horse, were sent forward to probe the defences.

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