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Jews from Alexander to Herod.

D. S. Russell

Jews from Alexander to Herod.

by D. S. Russell

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Published by Oxford University Press in London .
Written in English


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First published 1967.

SeriesThe new Clarendon Bible, Old Testament series -- Vol. 5
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Open LibraryOL20983945M

Russell, D. S. , The Jews from Alexander to Herod / by D.S. Russell Oxford University Press London Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required.   Herod also executed 46 members of the Jewish Sanhedrin—the Jewish Supreme Court. Herod was a puppet king for Rome, but he was still called king of the Jews, despite having made enemies with so many Jewish people. What’s more, he was terrified of being overthrown by rivals. When Herod feared that his wife, Mariamne, was trying to poison him.

  When Christians Were Jews: The First Generation tells its story concisely in easy prose that leaves much for the readers to consider. It has one illustration, a detailed drawing of the Temple of Herod based upon archaeology and historical research, but a useful timeline. It has extensive documentation.   The narrative concerning Alexander's first interaction with the Jews is recorded in both the Talmud (Yoma 69a) and in the Jewish historian Josephus's Book of Antiquities (XI, ). In both accounts the High Priest of the Temple in Jerusalem, fearing that Alexander would destroy the city, went out to meet him before he arrived at the city.

War of the Jews. Preface to the War of the Jews Book I-- From the Taking of Jerusalem by Antiochus Epiphanes to the Death of Herod the Great Book II-- From the Death of Herod till Vespasian was sent to subdue the Jews by Nero Book III-- From Vespasian's coming to Subdue the Jews to the Taking of Gamala Book IV-- From the Siege of Gamala to the Coming of Titus . An Abstract of Jewish History from the Reign of Alexander the Great to the Accession of Herod. The Life and Times of Jesus the Messiah — Alfred Edersheim (See Book I. ch. viii.) The political connection of the Grecian world, and, with it, the conflict with Hellenism, may be said to have connected with the victorious progress of Alexander the.


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The Jews from Alexander to Herod book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. A history of the Jews from Alexander the Great to the Rom /5.

Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Russell, D.S. (David Syme), Jews from Alexander to Herod. London, Oxford U.P., ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Originally published Includes index. Description: xvi, pages: illustrations, maps, 1 plan. The Jews from Alexander to Herod (Old Testament) by D.S.

Russell (Author) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. The digit and digit formats both work. Cited by: 7. war of the jews / book 1; share tweet save.

and the jews accuse both herod and phasaelus but antonius acquits them, and makes them tetrarchs herod's eunuchs are tortured and alexander is bound chapter archelaus procures a reconciliation.

Alexander, son of Herod was born about 35 BC; died about 7 BC. His mother was the Hasmonean princess Mariamne. The unfortunate fate which persistently pursued the Hasmonean house overtook this prince also. As heir presumptive to the throne by right of descent on his mother's side, he was sent to Rome for his education in the year 23 BC.

He remained there in Dynasty: Herodian dynasty. Alexander eventually became ruler of all of Persia, and he continued to push eastward across the Indus River Valley into India. In this lecture, we discuss the conquest of Alexander the Great and Alexander’s impact on the Jews and Jewish tradition.

The Jews from Alexander to Herod on *FREE* shipping on qualifying cturer: Oxford. The Works of Flavius Josephus / War of the Jews / Book 2; Share Tweet Save. From The Death Of Herod Till Vespasian Was Sent To Subdue The Jews By Nero (69 Years) Chapter 1.

ARCHELAUS MAKES A FUNERAL FEAST FOR THE PEOPLE, ON THE ACCOUNT OF HEROD. THE HISTORY OF THE SPURIOUS ALEXANDER. ARCHELAUS IS BANISHED. Alexander Jannaeus (also known as Alexander Jannai/Yannai; Hebrew: יהונתן "ינאי" אלכסנדרוס, born Jonathan Alexander) was the second king of the Hasmonean dynasty, who ruled over an expanding kingdom of Judea from to 76 BCE.

A son of John Hyrcanus, he inherited the throne from his brother Aristobulus I, and married his brother's widow, Queen Salome essor: Aristobulus I.

The Jews from Alexander to Herod (Old Testament) by Russell, D.S Book condition: Good Book Description. Antiquities of the Jews - Book XVII.

which those that saw him attested to be that of Alexander, the son of Herod, whom he had slain; and this was an incitement to him to endeavor to obtain the government; so he took to him as an assistant a man of his own country, (one that was well acquainted with the affairs of the palace, but, on other.

Herod “the Great” ruled as king of the Jews under Roman authority for thirty-three years, from 37–4 BC. It is this Herod who appears in the account of Jesus’ birth (Matt.

–19; Luke ). From the start, Herod proved to be an extraordinary political survivor. Herod was a schemer who took advantage of Roman political unrest to claw his way to the top.

During a civil war in the Empire, Herod won the favor of Octavian, who later became the Roman emperor Augustus he was king, Herod launched an ambitious building program, both in Jerusalem and the spectacular port city of Caesarea, named after the : Jack Zavada.

Description: This extraordinary book explores the personal history of Herod the Great. It considers Herod's life in the context of his relationship with the Jewish people and the Gospel account of Jesus Christ.

A "great" man, Herod was a political genius who quickly turned the worst of situations into the greatest of opportunities. The Works of Flavius Josephus Aristobulus Book XVII -- From the Death of Alexander and Aristobulus to the Banishment of Archelaus Book XVIII -- From the Banishment of Archelaus to the Departure of the Jews from Babylon Book XIX -- From the Departure of the Jews from Babylon to FAdus the Roman Procurator Book XX -- From Fadus the Procurator to File Size: 4MB.

This is an accessible and up-to-date account of the Jews during the millennium following Alexander the Great's conquest of the East. Unusually, it acknowledges the problems involved in constructing a narrative from fragmentary yet complex evidence and is, implicitly, an exploration of how this might be by: 4.

Read the full-text online edition of The Jews from Cyrus to Herod (). Home» Browse» Books» Book details, The Jews from Cyrus to Herod.

The Jews from Cyrus to Herod. By Norman H. Snaith. No cover image. The Jews from Cyrus to Herod Alexander the Great Title Page.

Book I. Containing The Interval Of One Hundred And Sixty-Seven Years. From The Taking Of Jerusalem By Antiochus Epiphanes, To The Death Of Herod The Great. Chapter 1. How The City Jerusalem Was Taken, And The Temple Pillaged [By Antiochus Epiphanes].

the wars of the jews or the history of the destruction of jerusalem. book ii. containing the interval of sixty-nine years. from the death of herod till vespasian was sent to subdue the jews by nero. chapter 1. archelaus makes a funeral feast for the people, on the account of herod.

flavius josephus the antiquities of the jews:index. thirty-two yearsfrom the death of queen alexandra to the death of antigonus book xv: containing the interval of eighteen yearsfrom the death of antigonus to the finishing of the temple by herod book xvi: containing the interval of twelve yearsfrom the finishing of.Herod.

Herod was a certified madman, but had moments of genuine concern for the country. In the end, though, his legacy was one of paranoia, terror, murder and evil.

The end of the era of the Hasmoneans is probably the most turbulent time in Jewish history.The following article is reprinted with permission from A Historical Atlas of the Jewish People edited by Eli Barnavi and published by Schocken Books.

In the process of the consolidation of Roman rule in Palestine, the ostentatious and cruel reign of Herod was in .