Each one of the assertions at the site you supplied are nothing more than that. Bare assertions. There is no archaeology shown there.<quoted text> This article gives an example of the ancients who wrote of the Exodus in which ''modern scholarship'' states were all wrong because the Exodus never happened.
Modern scholarship knows better? LULZ
You're simply wanting to believe that because figures like Josephus and others say it is so, it must be so.
Josephus wrote of Heracles more than the Jesus.
Using your method, we should accept that Heracles must have been a real figure, too.
I suspect the only portions of Josephus' writings and the others supplied at the site you linked above are the writings which support your mythology.
Not the other mythologies.
Why? Because you don't believe them to be true.
But if you did believe in Heracles=)))>>>You would be using the writings of Josephus to support your assertions that Heracles was a real historical figure.
You would also be accusing me of being "Anti- Heracles".