2 edition of Berenice, Princess of Judea found in the catalog.
Berenice, Princess of Judea
|Statement||by Leon Kolb.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||479|
King Jesus, prince of Judaea and Rome (The King Jesus Trilogy Book 2) - Kindle edition by Ellis, Ralph. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading King Jesus, prince of Judaea and Rome (The King Jesus Trilogy Book 2).Reviews: Books XI through XVII Translated from Greek by W. Falconer (London, ) Berenice Princess of Judaea--Herod Julius Agrippa I King of Judea--Cypros Queen of Judea--Aristobulus Prince of Judea--Berenice of Judea--Phasael II of Judea--Salampsio Princess of Judea--Herod the Great King of Judea - - -Mariamme (The Hasmonean) Queen of Judea.
However, two of them – the possibly apocryphal Maccabean heroine Yehudit and the Hasmonean princess Berenice – are hardly remembered today. Both attempted to save the Second Temple. One of the oldest examples to come down to us is the thwarted union between the Roman emperor Titus (A.D. ) and Berenice, princess of Judea and queen of Chalcis (A.D. sometime after 81).
 For more on one of these offspring, Mariamme’s great-granddaughter Berenice, see Malka Z. Simkovich, “Queen Berenice: A Woman of Contrasts,” TheTorah ().  Herod would take this paranoia to a terrifying extreme in 7 B.C.E., when he had his own sons, Alexander and Aristobulus IV, both of whom were born to Mariamme, strangled to. Accordingly, Claudius sent Cuspius Fadus to be procurator of Judea and of the entire kingdom (Josephus, Antiq., b chapter 9, section 2). When Herod, the brother of his father, Agrippa the Great, died in the eighth year of the reign of Claudius, his kingdom - the kingdom of Chalcis - was bestowed by Claudius on Agrippa (Josephus, Antiq.
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New York, Twayne Publishers . The protagonists of this play are Titus, the Roman emperor, and Berenice, the Queen of Judea. They face an impossible choice: to marry and incur the wrath of the Roman mob or to quit each other and live separate lives of hopeless desolation/5. Berenice, Princess of Judea (), an English novel by Leon Kolb Mission to Claudies (), an English novel by Leon Kolb Agrippa’s Daughter (), an English novel by Howard Melvin Fast.
Berenice. by Tal Ilan. Berenice, daughter of King Agrippa I, queen of Chalcis, was married three times and then became the lover of the emperor’s son, Titus. Inscriptions indicate that she was a Roman citizen and bore the Roman name Julia. A play by Jean Racine called "Shameless" was written about Queen Berenice, once the princess of Judea and Titus, the man that destroyed Jerusalem.
Her life had the makings of a tragic soap opera. Let's start with Antipater, an Idumean or land of Berenice, father of Herod and ruler of Judea from 63 BCE to 43 BCE. The Edomites were of Semitic origin. Berenice was the daughter of Salome I, sister of Herod the Great.
She married her cousin Aristobulus, who was executed by his father in 6 BC. She was accused of complicity in his murder. By Aristobulus she was the mother of Herod Agrippa I, Herod III, king of Chalkis, Herodias, Mariamne III and Aristobulus Minor. “Berenice” opens with the narrator, Egaeus, discussing misery and its ability to manifest in a number of different forms.
Egaeus paves the way for the tragedy that will follow by asserting that “evil is a consequence of good.” Although Egaeus shares his “baptismal name” with the reader.
Berenice in books Berenice appears in the Roman Mysteries book series. She shows up in The Enemies of Jupiter and is mentioned in The Assassins of Rome.
Berenice, daughter of King Agrippa I, queen of Chalcis, was married three times and then became the lover of the emperor’s son, Titus.
Berenice, Princess of Judea (), an English novel by Leon Kolb Mission to Claudies (), an English novel by Leon Kolb Agrippa’s Daughter (), an English novel by Howard Melvin Fast La pourpre de Judée: ou, Les délices du genre humain (), a French novel by Maurice Clavel.
Mommsen calls her a Miniature Cleopatra (Kleopatra im kleinen), and Wilcken says of her that it was her. Excerpt: Herod (Hebrew: Hordos, Greek: H r id s), also known as Herod I or Herod the Great (born 73 or 74 BCE, died 4 BCE in Jericho), was a Roman client king of Judea. His surname of "the Great" is widely disputed as he is described as "a madman who murdered his own family and a great many rabbis.".
Bérénice by Jean Racine (Book) La reine Bérénice by Émile Mireaux (Book) Berenice, Princess of Judea by Leon Kolb (Book). An epic novel of Berenice, Queen of Israel—life, love, and war in the shadow of the Roman Empire—from the New York Times–bestselling author of Spartacus.
Throughout her rule in the first century AD, Queen Berenice is idolized by some, and hated by others. Berenice, Princess of Judea (), an English novel by Leon Kolb Mission to Claudies (), an English novel by Leon Kolb Agrippa’s Daughter.
BERENICE bər’ ə nes. This Herodian princess, born in a.d. 28, daughter of Agrippa I makes a brief appearance in the NT in the story of Paul’s examination before Festus at Caesarea (Acts ).She was visiting the Rom.
garrison town with her able brother, Agrippa II. Berenice was married as a child of thirteen years to Marcus, son of Tiberius Julius Alexander, the Arabarch. Agrippa II & Berenice. The Herodian brother and sister who rule Judea from the city of Jerusalem. They are young, ambitious, decadent and plagued by a rumor of incest common amongst the Herodians.
Their reputation with Rome is also incestuous as they try to quench the Jewish rebellion for their own acquisition of power. Herod Agrippa, also known as Herod or Agrippa I (Hebrew: אגריפס ; 11 BC – 44 AD), was a King of Judea from 41 to 44 AD.
He was the last ruler with the royal title reigning over Judea and the father of Herod Agrippa II, the last king from the Herodian grandson of Herod the Great and son of Aristobulus IV and Berenice, He is the king named Herod in the Acts of the.
The first is a statue of Berenice, daughter of Herod Agrippa, ordered by her lover the Roman emperor Titus, the destroyer of our beloved Temple. In the following years Berenice had to leave Titus. Berenice, Princess of Judea (), romant saoznek gant Leon Kolb Mission to Claudies (), romant saoznek gant Leon Kolb Agrippa’s Daughter (), romant saoznek gant .Bernice, or Berenice (bringing victory), the eldest daughter of Herod Agrippa I.
(Acts ) etc. She was first married to her uncle Herod, king of Chaleis, and after his death (A.D. 48) she lived under circumstances of great suspicion with her own brother, Agrippa II., in connection with whom she is mentioned, (Acts Acts ; After his legions crushed the Jewish Revolt in 70 CE, Titus—son and heir of then-Emperor Vespasian—took as his consort Berenice, whose brother, Agrippa II, had been the last king of Judea.
(Since the Judean royal family had opposed the rebellion, Titus’ choice might have been a gesture of reconciliation with local loyalists.).