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  Judaea   - the homeland of the Jews in Greek and Roman times
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213/7 Joseph becomes the chief tax-collector for Judaea.
191/18 seph the Tobiad retires from tax-collecting in Judaea and Phoenicia.
181/4 Joseph is forced to leave Judaea and settles on the other side of
167/37 at Jerusalem and throughout Judaea, with brutal punishment for any
161/8 Nicanor enters Judaea with a large Syrian force and is defeated by
143/17 Tryphon invades Judaea, and attempts to extort a ransom from Simon.
136/5 Cendebaeus the general of Antiochus invades Judaea.
134/1 The reign of Simon brings peace and prosperity to Judaea.
130/9 accompanied by Hyrcanus of Judaea, defeats Phraates in three battle
105/3 The Athenians pass a decree honouring Hyrcanus of Judaea.
104/7 death of John Hyrcanus of Judaea, and the accession of Aristobulus
84/11 Antiochus marches through Judaea, despite the opposition of Alexander
80/15 lexander Jannaeus returns to Judaea, after capturing many cities
76/19 exander Jannaeus; his widow Alexandra takes over as queen of Judaea.
72/19a The birth of Herodes, the future king of Judaea.
66/5 Aristobulus deposes Hyrcanus, and sets himself up as king of Judaea.
64/5 Aretas invades Judaea and defeats Aristobulus.
64/34 ceives envoys from the Syrians, Egyptians and Aristobulus of Judaea.
63/29 Pompeius enters Judaea; Hyrcanus submits to him, but Aristobulus rema
63/50 imposes Roman control over Judaea, and takes away Aristobulus as
57/28 surrenders to Gabinius, who re-organises the government of Judaea.
56/37 Aristobulus escapes from Rome and returns to Judaea.
47/27 Caesar confirms Antipater and Hyrcanus as rulers of Judaea.
40/13 rthians, led by Pacorus, invade Judaea and set up Antigonus as king.
40/32 Antonius and Octavianus formally recognise him as king of Judaea.
39/9 recovers Syria, and puts Silo in charge of the Roman army in Judaea.
39/12 Herodes re-enters Judaea, and joins Silo outside Jerusalem.
37/10 The start of Herodes' reign as king of Judaea.
37/15 Hyrcanus returns to Judaea.
35/2 Q.Dellius visits Judaea, and meets Alexandra, the mother-in-law of
34/11 The triumph of C.Sosius, from Judaea.
31/8 Judaea is struck by a large earthquake.
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3Macc_5 would also march against Judaea and rapidly level it to
Aristeas_4 been transported from Judaea to Egypt by the king's fat
Aristeas_12 been transported from Judaea by the king's father - [13
Aristeas_84 middle of the whole of Judaea on the top of a mountain
Aristeas_107 are contiguous to the land of Judaea). The people therefo
Aristeas_318 after their return to Judaea, for it was only right,
ChronPasc_436 Syria, Phoenicia, Samaria and Judaea as her dowry. [Ol.
ChronPasc_445 was a distinguished leader of Judaea. [448'A] [Ol. 167.3]
ChronPasc_452 the succession of the kings of Judaea had come to an end.
ChronPasc_468 in the flesh at Bethlehem in Judaea. After this, it is
ChronSynt_95 be the first gentile king of Judaea; he reigned for 26
ChronSynt_96 25 years Then the kingdom of Judaea came to an end. [It
Diod_40.3 ypt, which is now called Judaea and at that time was altog
Diod_40.4 Syria next to Cilicia, Judaea, Arabia, the province of
Eupolemus_1 his book On the Kings in Judaea, says that "Moses was
Eupolemus_2 ners transported the gold into Judaea. When David had reig
Euseb]:Chron_125 the king, he returned to Judaea [p127] and rebuilt Jerusal
Euseb]:Chron_129 God was born in Bethlehem of Judaea. After Augustus, Tib
Euseb]:Chron_155 ntry which is now called Judaea; the city was large enough
FastTr_p110 C.f. T.n., proconsul, & from Judaea, 3 non.Sept. (3rd
Festus:Brev.3 Arabs it warred; all of Judaea was conquered; Cilicia and
Festus:Brev.14 of the Armenians. Arabs and Judaeans were conquered in
Festus:Brev.16 and Arabs. After Judaea had been captured, he obtained
Hieron:Chron_king ral of his army, and conquered Judaea and many cities in
Hieron:Chron_1685 ptured Tyre, and entered Judaea, where he was given an ent
Hieron:Chron_1695 control of Jerusalem and Judaea by treachery, and brought
Hieron:Chron_1807 ilopator and gained control of Judaea. 142.4 . [1808] [not
Hieron:Chron_1820 after defeating Scopas, and Judaea willingly surrendere
Hieron:Chron_1827 Syria, Phoenicia, Samaria and Judaea as a dowry. 147.4
Hieron:Chron_1829 bes events which took place in Judaea at this time. 148.2
Hieron:Chron_1833 iodorus arrived in Judaea, he acted unjustly and committed
Hieron:Chron_1845 turn he arrived in Judaea, and installed Jesus, also calle
Hieron:Chron_1853 generals of Antiochus out of Judaea. He removed the stat
Hieron:Chron_1857 had previously betrayed Judaea to Antiochus Epiphanes,
Hieron:Chron_1862 general of Demetrius out of Judaea, and became high pri
Hieron:Chron_1885 es, the king of Syria, invaded Judaea and besieged Jerusal
Hieron:Chron_1950 unity for the Romans to invade Judaea. And so Pompeius cam
Hieron:Chron_1973 that month. Cassius conquered Judaea and despoiled the
Hieron:Chron_1978 oreigner with no real claim on Judaea. 185.4 . [1980] The
Hieron:Chron_1983 by the Romans to be king of Judaea. At this time, just
Hieron:Chron_2015 God, was born at Bethlehem in Judaea. 194.4 . [2016] [201
Hieron:Chron_2016 Quirinius was sent to Judaea by decree of the senate,
Hieron:Chron_2042 berius to be the procurator of Judaea. 201.3 . [2043] [not
Joseph:AJ_12.1 settled the affairs in Judaea after the forementioned
Joseph:AJ_12.7 the mountainous parts of Judaea, and from the places about
Joseph:AJ_12.28 hoenicia, and laid waste Judaea, took the Jews captives,
Joseph:AJ_12.97 were come to him from Judaea, after the manner they use
Joseph:AJ_12.114 come often to him out of Judaea, [115] and that both on
Joseph:AJ_12.131 olemaeus, he seized upon Judaea; and when Philopator was
Joseph:AJ_12.141 be brought them out of Judaea itself and out of the othe
Joseph:AJ_12.154 Coele Syria, and Samaria, and Judaea, and Phoenicia, by
Joseph:AJ_12.175 yria, and Phoenicia, and Judaea, with Samaria, [as they
Joseph:AJ_12.233 is between Arabia and Judaea, beyond Jordan, not far
Joseph:AJ_12.245 his king, how he subdued Judaea and the temple; for in my
Joseph:AJ_12.289 Bethhoron, a village of Judaea, and there pitched his cam
Joseph:AJ_12.293 prepared to break into Judaea about the beginning of the
Joseph:AJ_12.296 that he should conquer Judaea, and take its inhabitants
Joseph:AJ_12.298 and sent them against Judaea, who came as far as the
Joseph:AJ_12.313 horsemen, and fell upon Judaea; and he went up to the hil
Joseph:AJ_12.315 ice, and prepared to fall upon Judaea with a greater army.
Joseph:AJ_12.329 city, and then returned into Judaea. [330] But when the
Joseph:AJ_12.332 and charged them to keep Judaea very carefully, and to fig
Joseph:AJ_12.345 to bring them back into Judaea; [346] but as soon as he
Joseph:AJ_* 12.349-353 * thence, they came into Judaea, singing psalms and hymns
Joseph:AJ_12.356 ind him to fight against Judaea, and what strength the Jew
Joseph:AJ_12.394 when he was come into Judaea, he sent to Judas and his
Joseph:AJ_12.416 it, and sent a copy of it into Judaea. It was also laid
Joseph:AJ_12.420 again with an army into Judaea, [421] who marched out of
Joseph:AJ_12.421 Antioch, and came into Judaea, and pitched his camp at
Joseph:AJ_13.2 hers, sprang up again in Judaea, and grew upon them, and
Joseph:AJ_13.15 fortified many cities of Judaea, whose walls had been demo
Joseph:AJ_13.22 when he had secured all Judaea with his garrisons, return
Joseph:AJ_13.24 when he was come into Judaea, wrote to all his friends,
Joseph:AJ_13.33 departure, he never came into Judaea again. [34] Then did
Joseph:AJ_13.42 garrisons that were in Judaea saw this, they all left
Joseph:AJ_13.50 of the inhabitants of Judaea, and of the three toparchi
Joseph:AJ_13.54 rchies that are added to Judaea; and it shall be in the
Joseph:AJ_13.62 his Onias saw that Judaea was oppressed by the Macedonians
Joseph:AJ_13.121 evied an army out of all Judaea, and attacked the citadel
Joseph:AJ_13.125 for the tribute of all Judaea, and the three toparchies
Joseph:AJ_13.127 which have been added to Judaea out of Samaria, with their
Joseph:AJ_13.133 ers out of the strong holds of Judaea. [134] Demetrius mad
Joseph:AJ_13.145 ctures which had been added to Judaea. [146] Moreover, he
Joseph:AJ_13.154 em, having left Simon in Judaea, [155] who raised as great
Joseph:AJ_13.155 strongest place in all Judaea; and a garrison of Demetri
Joseph:AJ_13.174 portunity of coming into Judaea; [175] so he pitched his
Joseph:AJ_13.180 brother went over all Judaea and Palestine, as far as
Joseph:AJ_13.196 intention to go up to Judaea, and make war against its
Joseph:AJ_13.203 reat army, and came into Judaea, and brought Jonathan with
Joseph:AJ_13.204 eleased, he may not make Judaea revolt from the king; for
Joseph:AJ_13.225 and sent him at once to ravage Judaea, and to seize Simon.
Joseph:AJ_13.236 ght upon him, he invaded Judaea in the fourth years' of
Joseph:AJ_13.246 ties which bordered upon Judaea, and admit a garrison of
Joseph:AJ_13.270 raid to make war against Judaea, because he heard that his
Joseph:AJ_13.273 of enjoying himself in Judaea quietly, insomuch that he
Joseph:AJ_13.284 were at Jerusalem and in Judaea were in prosperity, but
Joseph:AJ_13.318 a great part of it to Judaea, and compelled the inhabit
Joseph:AJ_13.336 ely with the rest to lay Judaea waste; [337] and when Alex
Joseph:AJ_13.345 in certain villages of Judaea, which when he found full
Joseph:AJ_13.348 grown great, and laid Judaea waste, without disturbance
Joseph:AJ_13.384 rius was departed out of Judaea, he went to Beroea, and
Joseph:AJ_13.389 an expedition against Judaea, with eight thousand armed
Joseph:AJ_13.392 an expedition against Judaea, and beat Alexander in bat
Joseph:AJ_13.419 ldiers, and was coming against Judaea. This news, as may
Joseph:AJ_14.9 came out of Babylon into Judaea; but that assertion of his
Joseph:AJ_14.15 a country that borders upon Judaea. However, Hyrcanus
Joseph:AJ_14.17 bring back Hyrcanus into Judaea, and this persuasion he
Joseph:AJ_14.29 he came himself hastily into Judaea. [30] And when he
Joseph:AJ_14.34 and Egypt, and out of Judaea also, for Aristobulus had
Joseph:AJ_14.35 eces of gold; and out of Judaea there came another, whethe
Joseph:AJ_14.47 elius, and thence marched into Judaea. [48] At this behavi
Joseph:AJ_14.49 the first entrance into Judaea when one passes over the
Joseph:AJ_14.74 which the inhabitants of Judaea had subdued, and put them
Joseph:AJ_14.80 hed him with corn out of Judaea, and with whatever else
Joseph:AJ_14.82 made an incursion into Judaea, Gabinius came from Rome
Joseph:AJ_14.87 went into other parts of Judaea, and gave order to rebuild
Joseph:AJ_14.92 ran away from Rome to Judaea, and set about the rebuild
Joseph:AJ_14.97 dingly they then returned into Judaea. [98] Now when Gabin
Joseph:AJ_14.105 the Parthians, came into Judaea, and carried off the money
Joseph:AJ_14.113 probable that those of Judaea, who had a strong city and
Joseph:AJ_14.118 Egypt, as well as does Judaea, or rather was formerly
Joseph:AJ_14.120 Tyre, he went up into Judaea also, and fell upon Tarich
Joseph:AJ_14.124 ius afterward sent it to Judaea, and caused him to be buri
Joseph:AJ_14.143 so he made him procurator of Judaea. [144] He also gave
Joseph:AJ_14.156 out of Syria, he returned to Judaea. He then immediately
Joseph:AJ_14.163 ich they received out of Judaea, and out of Hyrcanus's own
Joseph:AJ_14.184 this state were the affairs of Judaea at this time. [10.]
Joseph:AJ_14.204 ies within the bounds of Judaea; nor may soldiers exact
Joseph:AJ_14.250 out of the country of Judaea, or out of their havens,
Joseph:AJ_14.272 and he chiefly oppressed Judaea, and exacted of it seven
Joseph:AJ_* 14.277-280 * Cassius was gone out of Judaea, Malichus laid snares for
Joseph:AJ_14.290 and to march thence into Judaea; and as Cassius was in has
Joseph:AJ_14.294 disturbances arose in Judaea; for Felix, who was left
Joseph:AJ_14.297 naeus, brought back into Judaea Antigonus, the son of Aris
Joseph:AJ_14.299 im, and drove him out of Judaea presently, when he was jus
Joseph:AJ_* 14.332-334 * make an expedition into Judaea on that account, and carri
Joseph:AJ_14.365 igonus brought back into Judaea by the king of the Parthia
Joseph:AJ_14.379 what had befallen him in Judaea, and how Phasaelus his bro
Joseph:AJ_14.392 marched after them into Judaea, in pretence indeed to suc
Joseph:AJ_14.395 and for Silo, he was in Judaea indeed, but corrupted by
Joseph:AJ_14.411 that were come over to him, Judaea, and Galilee, and
Joseph:AJ_* 14.445-450 * rbarians had made upon him [in Judaea]. [446] He also was
Joseph:AJ_14.458 many out of Jericho and Judaea, near to which places he
Joseph:AJ_20.228 til the people came into Judaea, when king Solomon erected
Joseph:BJ_01.21 tion into the country of Judaea; what was the number of
Joseph:BJ_01.22 its nature, and the limits of Judaea. And, besides this,
Joseph:BJ_01.25 arched out of Egypt into Judaea the second time; as also
Joseph:BJ_01.31 mong the men of power in Judaea, and they had a contention
Joseph:BJ_01.32 and to make an expedition into Judaea. The king being ther
Joseph:BJ_01.37 them, and drove them out of Judaea. So he came to the
Joseph:BJ_01.41 elephants, and marched through Judaea into the mountainous
Joseph:BJ_01.51 ith an army to lay waste Judaea, and to subdue Simon; [52]
Joseph:BJ_01.61 made an expedition into Judaea, and sat down before Jerus
Joseph:BJ_01.98 next night, out of all Judaea, whose flight was only ter
Joseph:BJ_01.103 an expedition against Judaea, and beat Alexander in bat
Joseph:BJ_01.105 and then returned into Judaea, after he had been three
Joseph:BJ_01.127 aring how the affairs of Judaea stood, he made haste thith
Joseph:BJ_01.129 fied, and retired out of Judaea to Philadelphia, as did
Joseph:BJ_01.134 nter into the country of Judaea, when you go up to it thro
Joseph:BJ_01.138 most fruitful country of Judaea, which bears a vast number
Joseph:BJ_01.155 president there; and reduced Judaea within its proper
Joseph:BJ_01.157 province, together with Judaea, and the countries as far
Joseph:BJ_01.160 Hyrcanus, and overran Judaea, and was likely to overtur
Joseph:BJ_01.174 ned his children back to Judaea, because Gabinius informed
Joseph:BJ_01.180 made a hasty march into Judaea; and, upon his taking Tari
Joseph:BJ_01.183 ry, and the parts adjoining to Judaea. [184] But envy prev
Joseph:BJ_01.199 ituted procurator of all Judaea, and obtained leave, moreo
Joseph:BJ_01.201 of Syria he returned to Judaea, and the first thing he
Joseph:BJ_01.225 ver, he would make him king of Judaea. [226] But it so hap
Joseph:BJ_01.231 ready to fly away into Judaea; [232] the despair he was
Joseph:BJ_01.240 these in the avenues of Judaea, he was conqueror in the
Joseph:BJ_01.244 er, when he marched into Judaea with Gabinius; so he const
Joseph:BJ_01.249 him orders to march into Judaea, in order to learn the sta
Joseph:BJ_01.288 done that, he came into Judaea, in pretence indeed to ass
Joseph:BJ_01.291 arthians, as was Silo in Judaea corrupted by the bribes
Joseph:BJ_01.302 there, viz. into Judaea, [or Idumaea,] and Galilee, and
Joseph:BJ_01.309 settle the affairs of Judaea; so Herodes willingly dism
Joseph:BJ_01.323 ean time, Herodes's affairs in Judaea were in an ill state
Joseph:BJ_01.327 legions before him into Judaea to assist Herodes, and fol
Joseph:BJ_01.362 pameia and Damascus into Judaea and there did Herodes paci
Joseph:BJ_1.364 eed from his troubles in Judaea, and having gained Hyrcani
Joseph:BJ_1.371 dents, and pretending that all Judaea was overthrown. Upon
Malal_206 the high priesthood of Judaea, and he turned the Jews'
Malal_223 us, and the tetrarchy of Judaea, which was ruled by Herode
Memn_18 Syria, Commagene, and Judaea in two battles, and drove
NicDam_136 within the kingdom [of Judaea], but by the people of Syr
Porph:Fr_35 by someone who lived in Judaea at the time of Antiochus
Porph:Fr_* 45-47 * had gained control of Judaea, Scopas the Aetolian was
Porph:Fr_50 by the Egyptians, he came to Judaea . . . and plundered
Porph:Fr_55 the glorious country", that is Judaea . . . and he fortifi
Poseidon_70 who live near the Dead Sea in Judaea. [71] [282.K] & Stra


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