Is this book commonly accepted in the Jewish world as an accurate description of the events surrounding destruction of the Beit HaMikdash? I'm particularly interested in its portrayal of the behavior of the Jews under siege, since we also have a (damning) Talmudic description of the behavior of the Jews at the time.
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