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  • 100 ; Tac. H. 5, 2 || Judæa, f., femme juive : Juv. 6, 543. Judaea Judaeae N F :: Judea, Israel, Canaan, Palestine Judaea Judaea Judaeae N F :: Jewess
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  • feminine of Ἰουδαῖος (with γῆ implied); the Judæan land (i.e. Judæa), a region of Palestine: Judæa. Ἰουδαίας, ἡ (cf. Winer's Grammar, § 18,5a.) (namely, γῆ
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  • 6 – just after the Romans had deposed Archelaus, Ethnarch of Judaea, thereby putting Judaea directly under Roman rule. Annas appears in the Gospels and
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  • 6 – just after the Romans had deposed Archelaus, Ethnarch of Judaea, thereby putting Judaea directly under Roman rule. Annas appears in the Gospels and
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  • 6 – just after the Romans had deposed Archelaus, Ethnarch of Judaea, thereby putting Judaea directly under Roman rule. Annas appears in the Gospels and
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  • יְהוּדָה), Judæa: Mt 2:1, Lk 1:5, Jo 4:3, al. from Ἰουδά (in the sense of Ἰούδας as a country); Judæan, i.e. belonging to Jehudah: Jew(-ess), of Judæa. Ἰουδαία
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  • 1, 8, 19.—    2    In gen., a province, division of a kingdom or empire: Judaea, Vulg. 1 Esdr. 5, 8: Babylonis, id. Dan. 2, 48.— II Transf., in gen., official
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  • contracted from a form corresponding to יְהוּדָה; properly, Judah, hence, Judaea: Jewry, Judah, Judea.
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  • 6 – just after the Romans had deposed Archelaus, Ethnarch of Judaea, thereby putting Judaea directly under Roman rule. Annas appears in the Gospels and
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  • prefect of Judaea 26-36 AD) Pontius Pontius Pontia, Pontium ADJ :: Pontius; Roman gens; a Sammite leader; (P~ Pilatus, prefect of Judaea 26-36 AD)
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  • 6 – just after the Romans had deposed Archelaus, Ethnarch of Judaea, thereby putting Judaea directly under Roman rule. Annas appears in the Gospels and
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  • 176 sq.; Teuffel, Roem. Lit. p. 786 sq.— III Gessius Florus, procurator of Judaea in the reign of Nero, Tac. H. 5, 10.— Julius Florus, a nobleman of the
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  • Latijnnederlands Herodes Herodis N M :: Herod; (Greek name, used by ruling family of Judaea)
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  • buildings, raise, δόμον AP9.693a, cf. Lib.Or.11.56; ἀπὸ θεμελίων OGI422 (Judaea). * Abbreviations: ALL | General | Authors & Works [Seite 219] aufwecken
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  • 6 – just after the Romans had deposed Archelaus, Ethnarch of Judaea, thereby putting Judaea directly under Roman rule. Annas appears in the Gospels and
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  • Plaut. Mil. 4, 1, 39: columbae internuntiae fuere, Plin. 10, 37, 53, § 110: Judaea, summi fida internuntia caeli, Juv. 6, 545.— III internuntĭum, i, n., a
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  • ὄρος; mountainous, i.e. (feminine by implication, of χώρα) the Highlands (of Judæa): hill country. -ή, -ό (Α ὀρεινός, -ή, -όν) 1. αυτός που ανήκει ή αναφέρεται
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  • causes were brought before this tribunal, inasmuch as the Roman rulers of Judaea had left to it the power of trying such cases, and also of pronouncing sentence
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  • Judaeus Judaea, Judaeum ADJ :: of/relating to the Jews, Jewish; of/originating/stationed in Judaea (troops) Judaeus Judaeus Judaei N M :: Jew, Jewish person;
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  • Jūdaea: (post-Aug.; in inscrr. and coins IVDEA, Cohen, Descr. Hist. Monn. 1, 310 sqq.), ae, f., = Ἰουδαία, I the country of the Jews, Judea, Palestine
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  • governor of the province; and such was the relation of the procurator of Judaea to the proconsul of Syria (cf. Krebs, Observations, p. 61ff; Fischer, De
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  • pretending that he was a prophet and was destroyed when Cuspius Fadus governed Judaea in the time of Claudius. Accordingly, many interpreters hold that there
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  • συγγενικὴ αἵρεσις Plb.31.25.1; παρρησία π. Plu. 2.802f; π. θεός OGI418 (Judaea, i A. D.). Adv., τὰς κολάσεις πατρικῶς ποιεῖσθαι Arist.Pol. 1315a21; ὁ θεὸς
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  • Masada: ae, f., I a fortress in Judæa, now Sebbeh, Plin. 5, 17, 15, § 73. * Look up in: Google | Google Books | Perseus KWIC Corpus search | Perseus Morphology
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  • Pilati N M :: Pilatus, Roman cognomen; Pontius Pilatus (Pilate) (prefect Judaea, 26-36 AD)
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  • Drusilla, daughter of Agrippa the elder, wife of Felix, the governor of Judaea, a most licentious woman (Josephus, Antiquities 20,7, 1 f): Winer s RWB
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  • 1, 3). After the death of his father he ruled ten years as ethnarch over Judaea, Samaria, and Idumaea, (with the exception of the cities Gaza, Gadara, and
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  • Sitzb.1902.1096: hence, of rulers in general, βασιλεὺς Ἡρώδης κ. OGI415 (Judaea, i B.C.); of Roman Emperors, BGU1200.11 (Augustus), POxy.37 i 6 (Claudius)
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  • Ποντίου, ὁ, Pontius (a Roman name), the praenomen of Pilate, procurator of Judaea (see Πιλᾶτος): R G L); 1 Timothy 6:13. 原文音譯:PÒntioj 胖提哦士 詞類次數:專有名詞(4)
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  • for wealth and traffic, situated near the Mediterranean on the borders of Judaea; it had been assigned to the tribe of Asher (T omits; WH Tr marginal reading
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  • contracted from a form corresponding to יְהוּדָה; properly, Judah, hence, Judaea: Jewry, Judah, Judea.
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  • Gomorrah (עַמֹרָה, cf. עַזָּה Gaza), the name of a city in the eastern part of Judaea, destroyed by the same earthquake (cf. B. D. under the word Smith's Bible
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  • Herod surnamed the Great, a son of Antipater of Idumaea. Appointed king of Judaea in 40 B.C.> by the Roman senate at the suggestion of Antony and with the
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  • Judaicum ADJ :: of/relating to the Jews, Jewish; of/originating/stationed in Judaea (troops)
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  • in Tacitus, hist. 5,9 called Antonius)) Felix, the eleventh procurator of Judaea (apparently between 52> A.D. 52 and 60). He was a freedman of Claudius and
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  • Festus), a Roman: Festus. Φήστου, ὁ (Porcius) Festus, a procurator of Judaea, the successor of Felix (c. 60> A.D. 60) (see Φῆλιξ (and references, especially
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  • (107) n.), Pontius Pilate, the fifth procurator of the Roman emperor in Judaea and Samaria (having had as predecessors Coponius, Marcus Ambivius, Annius
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  • 751-752). While filling that office after Archelaus had been banished and Judaea had been reduced to a province of Syria, he made the enrolment mentioned
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