1 In the introduction to his Judean War (1.1-2), issued, it is generally thought, in 79-80 C.E. (whereas the Antiquities appeared in 93-94), Josephus similarly attacks those who have written accounts of the war against the Romans in that they have misrepresented the facts. In particular, he attacks Justus of Tiberias ( Life 336-39) for having no scruples about falsehood in his account of the war and for having maligned Josephus himself, though Josephus mentions by name no other writer on the war.