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  1. Intro
  2. View From Masada
  3. Hard Times
  4. Maccabean Revolt(Interlude)feat. Goldie Mack
  5. Maccabean Revolt feat. Daddy Rose & Salahudin
  6. Gotta Eat
  7. What Part of the Game? feat. Ras Kass
  8. I'm Wit That
  9. Bop Your Head(Priesthood)feat. Canibus
  10. Rap Legend
  11. Places I've Been
  12. When Will We Learn?
  13. Food For Thought (Interlude)feat. Daddy Rose
  14. Live by the Gun feat. Kavalier & Black Rose Kartel
  15. If I Die feat. Salahudin
  16. Outro

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Masada - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (1135 words)
Masada (a romanization of the Hebrew מצדה, Metzada, from מצודה, metzuda, "fortress") is the name for a site of ancient palaces and fortifications in Israel on top of an isolated rock plateau on the eastern edge of the Judean Desert overlooking the Dead Sea.
Masada became famous for its significance in the First Jewish-Roman War (Great Jewish Revolt), when a siege of the fortress by troops of the Roman Empire led to a mass suicide of the site's Jewish defenders when defeat became imminent.
This account of the siege of Masada was apparently related to Josephus by two women who survived the suicide by hiding inside a cistern along with five children and repeated Elazar ben Yair's final exortation to his followers, prior to the mass suicide, verbatim to the Romans.
Masada - Crystalinks (1131 words)
Masada is a symbol of freedom and courage to Jews because of its history, specifically the events of the Jewish revolt against Rome in the first century AD recorded by Josephus, when the Zealots held out against Rome for three years at Masada before choosing mass suicide over surrender.
Masada is situated on the top of an isolated rock on the edge of the Judean Desert and the Dead Sea Valley, about 25 km south of En Gedi.
Masada is a diamond shaped plateau and is 1,900 feet long and 650 feet wide, covering a total of 23 acres.
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