Herod the Great love

Herod the Great

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  • [613] Antipas was the son of Herod the Great by Malthake, a

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  • Herod the Great at Antioch, and by Herod Agrippa II. at

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  • Herod the Great built himself a splendid castle upon the site of the Tower of Baris, or of Birah (II Esd., ii, 8), named it

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 8: Infamy-Lapparent

  • Finally, Antipater's son Herod the Great was made king by Antony's interest, B.C. 40, and confirmed in the kingdom by

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  • (prince of the people), son of Herod the Great by a Samaritan woman, Malthake, and, with his brother Antipas brought up at

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  • There is no real difficulty in believing that more than one impostor may have borne or taken the name Theudas; that one Theudas, amid the troubles that followed the death of Herod the Great (a period about which we have no information except that there were great troubles, calling for the presence of a Roman army from the Province Syria), or at some earlier time, pretended to be somebody, and found 400 followers; and that another Theudas, about AD. 44-46, called himself a prophet, and led after him a great part of the Jewish people.

    Was Christ Born in Bethlehem?

  • HEROD PHILIP II. was the son of Herod the Great and Cleopatra.

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  • HEROD PHILIP I. (Philip,) (Mark 6: 17) was the son of Herod the Great and

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