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Why did the Romans kick the Jews out of palestine?

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In about 77 C.E., the Jewish people revolted against Roman rule in "Palestine" (the Roman name for the land of Israel, named for the traditional enemies of the Jews the Philistines, as an insult to the Jews). They lost. As punishment for revolting and losing, Rome deported the Jews, many as slaves, spreading them through the Roman Empire and beyond.

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