Herod's Judaea: A Mediterranean State in the Classic World

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Wipf and Stock Publishers, 30 mar. 2015 - 458 páginas
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Samuel Rocca, born in 1968, earned his PhD in 2006. Since 2000, he worked as a college and high school teacher at The Neri Bloomfield College of Design & Teacher Training, Haifa; at the Talpiot College, Tel Aviv since 2005, and at the Faculty of Architecture at the Judaea and Samaria College, Ariel since 2006.
 

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Índice

Royalty and the Ideology of Power
19
Herod and the Hellenistic Ideology of Rule
36
Herod the Client King of Rome
52
Herod and Juba II a Comparison
58
The Court of King Herod
65
The Royal Court of Herodian Judaea
72
the Herodian Palace
96
Conclusions
122
Conclusions
239
The Ruling Bodies of Herodian Judaea
249
The Ruling Bodies of the Herodian State
261
Conclusions
275
The Cults of the Herodian Kingdom
281
Herod and the Rebuilding of the Temple 291 A Sources of Inspiration and Parallels for Herods Temple 291 B The Temple and the Temple Mount
302
Herod and the Pagan Cults
315
The Herodian City
323

The Gymnasium of Jerusalem
129
The Campaigns of Herods Army
147
The Fortifications
153
Military Colonies and Their Role in Defending
188
Conclusions
195
Taxation and Revenues in the Herodian Kingdom
203
The Division of the Land in the Herodian Kingdom
213
The Economic Resources
227
Jerusalem a Classical City
332
Conclusions
347
Conclusions
363
Monumental Tombs of the Hasmonean
364
Final Conclusions
370
Bibliography
379
Indices
409
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Samuel Rocca, born in 1968, earned his PhD in 2006. Since 2000, he worked as a college and high school teacher at The Neri Bloomfield College of Design & Teacher Training, Haifa; at the Talpiot College, Tel Aviv since 2005, and at the Faculty of Architecture at the Judaea and Samaria College, Ariel since 2006.

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