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"Herod the Great" - king of Judaea, 37 - 4 B.C.
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Antipater, the father of Herodes, is seized by Idumaean bandits while
Antipas, the grandfather of Herodes, is appointed by Alexander Jannae
The birth of Herodes, the future king of Judaea.
Menaemus greets the young Herodes as "king of the Jews".
ppoints his sons Phasael and Herodes to govern Jerusalem and Galilee.
Hyrcanus summons Herodes to stand trial, but then releases him.
Sex.Caesar appoints Herodes to be governor of Coele Syria.
Herodes kills Malichus.
Herodes defeats Antigonus, the son of Aristobulus.
Antonius appoints Herodes and his brother Phasael to be tetrarchs.
gonus kills Phasael, the brother of Herodes, and mutilates Hyrcanus.
Herodes escapes to Alexandria.
Herodes goes to Rome, where Antonius and Octavianus formally recognis
Herodes re-enters Judaea, and joins Silo outside Jerusalem.
Herodes conquers Galilee.
Herodes suppresses brigands in Galilee.
Ventidius sends Machaeras with an army to assist Herodes.
onus defeats and kills Joseph, the brother of Herodes, near Jericho.
Herodes defeats the army of Antigonus at Jericho.
Herodes marries Mariamme.
Herodes and Sosius start to besiege Jerusalem.
Herodes and Sosius capture Jerusalem.
The start of Herodes' reign as king of Judaea.
Herodes rewards his friends and punishes his enemies.
Herodes appoints Ananel to be high priest of the Jews.
Herodes makes Aristobulus high priest.
visits Judaea, and meets Alexandra, the mother-in-law of Herodes.
Alexandra complains to Cleopatra about the behaviour of Herodes.
high priest Aristobulus, the son of Alexandra, is killed by Herodes.
Herodes meets Antonius at Laodiceia and rebuts the accusations made
Herodes kills Joseph, the husband of Salome.
Cleopatra visits Herodes on her way back from Syria to Egypt.
stobarus marries Salome, and is made governor of Idumaea by Herodes.
Herodes defeats the Nabataean Arabs.
The Arabs defeat Herodes, with the assistance of one of Cleopatra's
Herodes restarts war against the Arabs, and defeats them.
Hyrcanus is put to death by Herodes.
Herodes meets Octavianus in Rhodes, and is forgiven for his previous
Herodes receives Octavianus and his army at Ptolemais.
Herodes starts to have acrimonious quarrels with his wife Mariamme.
Herodes meets Octavianus in Egypt.
natives of the time of Herod the King used to tell of
the ground. Later Herodes, who was king of the Jews thoug
come to an end, the foreigner Herodes became king. [465'A
because up until the time of Herodes the leaders had bee
clipse of the sun. Herodes summoned a certain Ananelus fro
matters, and was appointed by Herodes to be governor of
granted the title of king to Herodes, a foreigner. - -
ted the title of king to Herodes, a foreigner, whose reign
an end with Hyrcanus, Herodes the son of Antipater was
Augustus' time, Herodes was the first foreigner to beco
ths. In his reign, Herodes was the first foreigner to be
thaspa. [52A] When Herodes heard that a king had been born
it was later rebuilt by Herodes, who called it Sebaste
Antipater, the son of Herodes of Ascalon, to be governo
ings in Jerusalem. Herodes, who was appointed as king afte
ia. 186.3 .  Herodes, the son of Antipater of Ascalo
ests came to an end, and Herodes, a foreigner, became king
998] [1996 in Ar.] Herodes constructed many great building
000] [1996 in Ar.] Herodes completely rebuilt Samaria, whi
pontifex maximus. Herodes refounded the city which was
006] [2004 in Ar.] Herodes restored Anthedon and called
009] [2008 in Ar.] Herodes killed Hyrcanus, the previous
uelties mentioned above, Herodes killed the husband of his
[2018 in Ar.] When Herodes was warned by the wise men abou
ed. 195.4 .  Herodes, struck down by dropsy and with
to be the successor of Herodes; and his four brothers,
Agrippa, the son of king Herodes, came to Rome to accuse
and its rebuilding by Herodes, we shall speak at a prop
(the name of which king Herodes afterwards changed to Agr
of his was to gratify Herodes, who was his son, and who
rato's Tower; which last Herodes rebuilt after a glorious
our sons, Phasaelus, and Herodes, who was afterwards made
but committed Galilee to Herodes, his next son, who was
61] Now Phasaelus, Herodes's brother, was moved with emula
Joseph:AJ_* 14.165-177 *
because they saw that Herodes was a violent and bold
But when Sextus had made Herodes general of the army of
evere in it.  Herodes was persuaded by these argument
 And because Herodes did exact what is required of
Joseph:AJ_* 14.278-292 *
rrison in Jerusalem, and Herodes had the weapons of war
Joseph:AJ_* 14.295-303 *
rose in arms;  but Herodes went to Fabius, the prefe
Joseph:AJ_* 14.324-331 *
of the Jews to accuse Herodes and those about him, and
Joseph:AJ_* 14.335-344 *
Phasaelus's and Herodes's party came to the other's ass
Joseph:AJ_* 14.348-352 *
ler who was sent against Herodes had it in command to get
ure.  But for Herodes himself, he raised his mind abo
A great deal of Herodes's money escaped, and principall
Joseph:AJ_* 14.369-372 *
woman, that his brother Herodes had escaped the enemy,
and came running after Herodes; but with no manner of
Joseph:AJ_* 14.381-390 *
nge that had happened in Herodes's condition; and reasonin
Joseph:AJ_* 14.394-403 *
 By this time Herodes had sailed out of Italy to Ptol
march away;  but Herodes pressed Silo not to depar
ns.  However, Herodes was not idle in the mean time,
things.  But Herodes was not pleased with lying stil
Joseph:AJ_* 14.419-421 *
famine.  But Herodes committed the care of that matt
he greatly reproached Herodes with the meanness of his
Joseph:AJ_* 14.433-436 *
places.  But Herodes soon returned, and punished the
Joseph:AJ_* 14.442-451 *
ranks were gone by, (for Herodes brought on the rear,) tho
the people believed that Herodes was beloved of God, since
oppose Machaeras; but Herodes, when he had taken five
igor of winter was over, Herodes removed his army, and cam
Joseph:AJ_* 14.469-472 *
by Antonius to assist Herodes, and Herodes on his own
Joseph:AJ_* 14.476-479 *
temple were burnt, which Herodes gave out to have been bur
ody.  And now Herodes having overcome his enemies,
Joseph:AJ_* 14.489-491 *
to Antonius;  but Herodes was afraid lest Antigonus
Joseph:AJ_* 20.246-251 *
three months, Sosius and Herodes besieged him, and took
Romans and Pompeius; how Herodes also, the son of Antipate
ple made a sedition upon Herodes's death, while Augustus
aste, which was built by Herodes the king, and encompassed
wards called Agrippias by king Herodes.  But when he
changed to Caesarea, by king Herodes.  All which
by her, Phasaelus and Herodes, who was afterwards king,
Joseph:BJ_* 01.203-205 *
also sent his next son, Herodes, who was very young, with
Joseph:BJ_* 01.208-215 *
was the great actions of Herodes, and that so many messeng
to do.  Now Herodes, in the first place, mitigated
Joseph:BJ_* 01.224-246 *
ardian of Jerusalem, and Herodes who was entrusted with
Joseph:BJ_* 01.251-255 *
market-place, in which Herodes's party beat the enemy,
aited for the seizure of Herodes first at Jerusalem, becau
Joseph:BJ_* 01.261-268 *
plot how to seize upon Herodes, by deluding him, and get
Joseph:BJ_* 01.271-278 *
monstrated himself to be Herodes's own brother, and Hyrcan
Joseph:BJ_* 01.282-286 *
that had been made in Herodes's affairs, and this both
Joseph:BJ_* 01.290-295 *
Now by this time Herodes had sailed out of Italy, and
off the siege;  but Herodes went to the captains that
Joseph:BJ_* 01.301-323 *
ons.  Yet was Herodes not idle, but took with him ten
Joseph:BJ_* 01.326-328 *
incipal men that were on Herodes's side to the lake, and
Joseph:BJ_* 01.332-336 *
number; in which action Herodes's own side was wounded
Joseph:BJ_* 01.339-343 *
idence of which victory, Herodes had marched immediately
the north wall. Herodes's dependence was upon the decre
ive months, till some of Herodes's chosen men ventured to
Joseph:BJ_* 01.354-362 *
custody.  But Herodes's concern at present, now he
Joseph:BJ_* 1.364-369 *
about Actium was begun, Herodes prepared to come to the
after another; whom yet Herodes got together, and endeavo
Joseph:BJ_* 1.380-386 *
rashly."  & When Herodes had encouraged them by
Joseph:BJ_* 1.393-395 *
manner. Whereupon Herodes obliged him to be kind to him
Joseph:BJ_* 1.399-401 *
afterward bestow it on Herodes, that it might not again
the temple.  Herodes was also a lover of his father
full of donations that Herodes presented them withal?
ves.  13. Now Herodes had a body suited to his soul,
fortune was avenged on Herodes in his external great suc
Joseph:BJ_* 1.434-442 *
to go over the river to Herodes, he had not perished: but
daea, which was ruled by Herodes; because these two had
ommemorates the death of Herodes I, in 4 B.C; but Zeitlin
olaus, the instructor of Herodes and the teacher of the
NicDam_* 134-136 *
begged him to persuade Herodes to be their helper and
ragment 135 [F135] Herodes again put aside his love of phi
Antipas - tetrarch of Galilee, 4 B.C. - 39 A.D.
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years. After him, Herodes the tetrarch, the brother of
of Herodes for 9 years Herodes the tetrach, the brother
and his four brothers, Herodes, Antipater, Lysias and
for 23 years. * Herodes the tetrarch became leader of
ished by Tiberius. Herodes founded the cities of Tiberias
came to Rome to accuse Herodes the tetrarch, but was thr
other brothers, Philippus and Antipas, to be tetrarchs.
- ruler of Chalcis; died in 48-49 A.D.
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- son of Herod and Mariamme II; first husband of Herodias
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- the subject of a speech by Antiphon, 5th century B.C.
rations concerning Herodes, against Erasistratus concernin
- an Egyptian official, 2nd century B.C.
PTeb_12, letters from Menches to Herodes and Ammonius.
- Athenian archon, 60 B.C.
Athenian archon: Herodes
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