Joshua ben Gamla
- (d. 69/70)High priest. He married one of the wealthiest women in Jerusalem (Martha, daughter of Boethus). He established a universal system of education throughout Palestine. An opponent of the Zealots at the time of the Jewish rebellion against Rome, he was put to death by the Idumeans.
Dictionary of Jewish Biography. Dan Cohn-Sherbok.
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