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The later Herods

Stewart Perowne

The later Herods

the political background of the New Testament.

by Stewart Perowne

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Published by Hodder & Stoughton .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Pagination216p.,ill.,23cm
Number of Pages216
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17268240M

In a fit of jealousy he had his wife, whom he dearly loved, put to death; later on he had her two sons, Alexander and Aristobulus, also murdered. In the same year in which he gave the order for the massacre of the infants at Bethlehem, he had Antipater, another of his own sons, put to death. A few months later Herod himself died. by Michael S. Sanders. ONE of the most recognizable sights from antiquity is the wall surrounding the so-called Temple Mount (Haram) in Jerusalem, part of which is known as the Western or Wailing Wall -- the most sacred site of the of the great assumed truisms from antiquity is that this wall was built by Herod and, like many things that are taken for granted from the past, this.

  Later, King Herod was troubled by his guilty conscience, and, when He heard of Jesus Christ’s miracles, he worried that Jesus was actually John the Baptist risen from the dead (Mark –16)! Recommended Resource: The Great Lives from God’s Word Series by Chuck Swindoll. This book completely changed the picture I had in my head of Herod. Rather than being a vampiric baby-killing villain, he was an extremely competent, talented administrator, one of the most financially responsible heads of state known from the ancient world, and a cosmopolitan man with fascinating connections to Judaea's Arab ne A very readable /5(4).

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A popular-style history of Herod the Great's successors, by a British author, from the late s. This was kind of fun and well-written, a readable summary of the main classical sources, but the style is so, so s British.

I'll admit, that was part of the fun /5. What makes "The Later Herods" a valuable book is that it is, to my knowledge, the only book that provides a detailed history of Herod the Great's immediate successors in one volume.

Other books which cover the Roman Empire in the The later Herods book Century treat the subject of Herod's successors in brief chapters only.

This book fills a necessary gap/5(2). What makes "The Later Herods" a valuable book is that it is, to my knowledge, the only book that provides a detailed history of Herod the Great's immediate successors in one volume.

Other books which cover the Roman Empire in the First Century treat the subject of Herod's successors in brief chapters only. This book fills a necessary gap/5.

2 days ago  A Long-Neglected King of Judea. Although the grandson of the biblical villain Herod the Great, and the longest reigning and of the Herodian dynasty, Herod Agrippa II (fl.

A.D. 95) lacked a biography in any language until now. Jacobson (King’s College London) opens with a critique of the Agrippa found in the works of Flavius Josephus (fl.

), whose depiction of the man. Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Perowne, Stewart, Later Herods.

New York: Abingdon Press, [, ©]. Later Herods. [London] Hodder and Stoughton [] (OCoLC) Named Person: Herodes, Judäa König; König I) Herodes (Judäa: Document Type: Book: All Authors /. But wait—if Herod died in 4 BC, who was the Herod who appears later in the Gospels—the Herod Jesus interacts with.

There was actually more than one. Herod had changed his will several times during his life, and after his death it was contested by three of his sons.

They appealed to Caesar Augustus, who divided the kingdom among them. Unlike other previous kings of Israel, the Herods were appointed by the Roman emperors and the senate. The first of the Herods is often known as “Herod the Great” and is the one who sought to kill Jesus in Matthew 2 by slaughtering all the infant boys.

This Herod also tried to enlist the wise men to reveal the whereabouts of the baby Jesus. The Emperor removed him two years later.

The Emperor then took away of the rule of Judea from the Herod family. Though another son of Herod ruled over the Galilee (Herod. Herod I (/ ˈ h ɛr ə d /; Hebrew: הוֹרְדוֹס, Modern: Hordos, Tiberian: Hōreḏōs; Greek: Ἡρῴδης Hērǭdēs; 73–4 BCE), also known as Herod the Great, was a Roman client king of Judea, referred to as the Herodian history of his legacy has polarized opinion, as he is known for his colossal building projects throughout Judea, including his renovation of the.

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According to the final version of Herod’s will, Archelaus became ethnarch of Judea, Idumea, and Samaria. Herod Antipas was granted authority over the regions of Galilee and Perea with the lesser title of tetrarch.

Herod’s intention was to protect John from the plots of Herodias (verse 20). “Herodias”: Herod’s niece, the daughter of his half-brother Aristobulus. “Philip”: Herod Philip II, another half-brother to Herod Antipas (the Herod in this passage).

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In art. Together with Salome, Herodias was a frequent subject in images of the Power of Women topics in the later medieval and Renaissance period. The most common moment shown including Herodias is the Feast of Herod, showing Salome presenting John's severed head on a platter as Herodias dines with her husband and others.

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Other books among the 18 he wrote include guides to Athens, Jerusalem, Rome and Malta. Herod, upon realizing their failure to report to him, subsequently ordered all the male children in Bethlehem under the age of two to be executed (Matt.

Atheist C.J. Werleman wrote of this story: [T]here is no record of King Herod or any Roman ruler ever giving such an infanticidal statute. It was by her artifice that Herod was persuaded to cause John the Baptist to be put to death, she being enraged at John on account of his bold denunciation of the incestuous connection which subsisted between her and Herod.

When Herod was banished to Lyons, she accompanied him, Matthew ,6 Mark Luke See HEROD III.In chapters ten to twenty-one of his first book on the Jewish Wars, Josephus relates accounts of Herod’s military victories, his close relationships with Roman rulers and royalty, as well as his impressive building relating his public successes, Josephus goes on to tell his readers of Herod.Acts says Herod Agrippa was struck down by an angel and eaten of worms: Acts And upon a set day Herod, arrayed in royal apparel, sat upon his throne, and made an oration unto the people gave a shout, saying, It is the voice of a god, and not of a man.