- See HEROD.
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Herod — • Herod was the name of many rulers mentioned in the N.T. and in history. It was known long before the time of the biblical Herods Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Herod Herod … Catholic encyclopedia
Herod Agrippa I — 10? B.C. A.D. 44; king of Judea (37 44); grandson of Herod (the Great) * * * orig. Marcus Julius Agrippa born с 10 BC died AD 44 King of Judaea (AD 41–44). Grandson of Herod the Great and nephew of Herod Antipas, he became friends in Rome with… … Universalium
HEROD I — (73?–4 B.C.E.), king of Judea from 37 B.C.E. until his death. Herod was the second son of the idumean antipater and cypros . Nothing is known of his youth, but it is clear that he began the struggle for power early in life. In 47 B.C.E. he was… … Encyclopedia of Judaism
AGRIPPA I — (10 B.C.E.–44 C.E.), tetrarch of Batanea (the Bashan) and Galilee, 37–41 C.E., and king of Judea, 41–44 C.E.; grandson of herod and mariamne the Hasmonean, and son of aristobulus and berenice . Agrippa was educated in Rome with other princes at… … Encyclopedia of Judaism
AGRIPPA, MARCUS VIPSANIUS° — (63–12 B.C.E.), Roman general and statesman, devoted friend and son in law of the emperor Augustus. Agrippa was appointed governor of the eastern provinces, which he ruled (until 21 B.C.E.) from Mytilene, on the island of Lesbos. During his stay… … Encyclopedia of Judaism
Herod — was the name used by several kings belonging to the Herodian Dynasty of Roman Iudaea Province:* Herod the Great (c. 74 4 BC), king of Judea who reconstructed the Second Temple in Jerusalem and was described in the Gospel of Matthew as ordering… … Wikipedia
HEROD II — (d. 48 C.E.), grandson of herod the Great and Mariamne the Hasmonean; son of Aristobulus and brother of agrippa i ; king of Chalcis 41–48 C.E. The emperor Claudius granted Herod the kingdom of chalcis in the Lebanon in 41 C.E. In 45 C.E. he and… … Encyclopedia of Judaism
AGRIPPA II — (Marcus Julius or Herod Agrippa II; 28–92 C.E.), last king of the Herodian line; son of Agrippa I. Like his father he was educated in Rome and he was there when he learnt of his father s death. The emperor Claudius refused to let him succeed on… … Encyclopedia of Judaism
Herod the Great — Herod ( he. הוֹרְדוֹס Horodos , Greek: Polytonic|ἡρῴδης Herōdes ), also known as Herod I or Herod the Great (73 BC – 4 BC in Jericho), was a Roman client king of Judaea. cite web url = http://www.britannica.com/eb/article 9040191/Herod title =… … Wikipedia
Herod of Chalcis — (d. 48 AD), was a son of Aristobulus IV, and the grandson of Herod the Great, Roman client king of Judaea. He was the brother of Herod Agrippa I and Herodias. He was vested the rulership of Chalkis, a kingdom north of Judaea, as tetrarch. After… … Wikipedia