What festival's name means
"dedication" in Hebrew?
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In 325 BC, Alexander's Macedonians
conquered Palestine. Over the next 150 years they tried, in essence, to end
Judaism. A desecration of the Temple, led to a successful revolt against
Antiochus Epiphanes (c. 215-164 BCE). After which, the temple was purified and
rededicated. The annual celebration of Hanukka (aka Chanukah in Hebrew) commemorates the victory in 165
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