Herods’ in Scripture: – Herodian Dynasty reigned for over 130 years.
Starting with Herod Antipater father of King Herod the Great ( Governor of Judea) who died in 43BC.
|King Herod the Great was an Idumean and was made king of Palestine by the Romans in 37 BC and died in 4BC. He died aged 69 possibly of chronic kidney disease.|
Herod the Great’s Four Sons:
1. Philip Tetrarch of Iturea and Trachonitis ( Outside Israel) 4BC-AD34. Matthew 14; Luke 3:1.
Married Salome granddaughter of Herod Antipater,
His mother was Mariamne , daughter of Simon the high Priest.
Replaced by Roman prefects or procurators (e.g. Pilate AD26-AD36, Felix AD52-AD59 and Festus AD59-AD62)
|Matthew 2:3; 14:1; Mark 6:14-29: Mark 8:15; Luke 3:1; 3:19; 13:31; 23:6; Acts 4:27 and Acts 13:1
His mother was Malthace (the Samaritan)
4. Aristoboulus. His mother was Malthace (the Samaritan).
|His son Herod Agrippa 1 & grandson Herod Agrippa 11 – Herod Agrippa 11’s daughter Drusilla married Felix see Acts 24:24|
Rulers intermarried with other rulers.
Herod was the name used by several kings belonging to the Herodian Dynasty of Roman Iudaea Province:
The Herodian Dynasty reigned for over 130 years.
*Starting with Herod Antipater father of Herod the Great ( Governor of Judea) who died in 43BC.
* Herod Archelaus (23BC-AD18), ethnarch of Samaria, Judea, and Idumea.
* Herod Antipas (20BC-AD40), tetrarch of Galilee and Peraea, who was described in the New Testament as ordering John the Baptist’s death and as mocking Jesus.
* Herod Philip I, father of Salome.
* Herod Philip II (4 BC-AD 34), tetrarch of Ituraea and Trachonitis.
* Herod of Chalcis, also known as Herod III, king of Chalcis (AD 41-48).
Other modules in this unit:
- The 7 days of Creation, Genesis 2:4-3:24
- Day One – Night and Day
- Day Two – sky and sea
- Day Three – Land and Vegetation
- Day Four – Stars, Sun and Moon
- Day Five – Sea creatures including fish and Birds
- Day Six – Animals and Mankind
- Day Seven – Rest
- Ark, Genesis 8:1- 10:20
- Hagar and Ishmael – Genesis 16:11–17:27
- Rebekah the wife of Isaac the son of Abraham, Genesis 24:1-67
- Laban Meets Jacob, Genesis 29:1-30:43
- Laban pursues Jacob, Genesis 31:1-55
- Esau Meets Jacob, Genesis 32:1-33:20
- Descendants, Genesis 36:1-43
- Jacob Moves to Egypt in a cart, Genesis 46:8 – 47:12
- 2nd 40 Years, Exodus 2:26-7:6
- Moses – 3rd set of 40 years, the book of Exodus 7:8 – 40:38
- Moses – 10 Plagues, Exodus 7:14-12:36
- Rosh Hashanah or Yom Teruah (The Day of the Sounding of Shofar)
- Feast of Tabernacle – Succouth or Sykkot
- Moses – Yom Kippur, means “Day of Atonement”
- Moses – 37 years, Numbers 14:1-36:13
- Balaam, Numbers 22:1-24:25
- Three Sermons, the whole book of Deuteronomy 1:1-34:12
- Deborah the 4th Judge of Israel sends for Barak her army commander, Judges 4:9 to 5:31
- Gideon the fifth judge of Israel – Judges 6:1-8:35
- Eli the Priest and the ninth Judge of Israel, 1 Samuel 1:1-4:22
- Ruth the Moabitess, Ruth 1:16-4:22
- Jephthah the Gileadite the tenth Judge of Israel, Judges 11:16-40 & 12:1-7
- Samson the fourteenth Judge of Israel, Judges 14:1-16:31
- House hold Idols, Judges 18:1-31
- David’s soldiers, 1 Samuel 21:1-30:31
- King Rehoboam the first King of Judah, 1 Kings 11:41-12:24
- The 20 Kings of Judah who ruled between – 931BC-586BC = 345 years
- King Jeroboam, 1 Kings 11:34-14:20
- The 19 Kings of Israel – 931BC-722BC = 209 years
- King Ahab 7th King of Israel, 1 Kings 17:1-22:40
- Elijah fire, 1 Kings 18:20-46
- Hezekiah King of Judah – Continued from 2 Kings 18:1-12
- King Josiah 16th King of Judah
- Down Well, Jeremiah 38:7-40:6
- Dry Bones
- Nehemiah Inspects Jerusalem’s Walls, Nehemiah 2:11-3:32
- The Gospel of Luke
- The Gospel of Matthew
- Arranged Marriages
- Dates that Jesus might have been born
- Herodian Dynasty
- The Sermon in a level place, Luke 6:17-49
- Lazarus raised from the dead, John 11:1-45
- Passover Seder Dinner – With Notes
- Passover Seder
- Teaching on the Background to Communion
- Bible Lay out
- Possible Dates of Jesus’ Death
- Stephen Killed
- OUTLINE HISTORY OF THE APOSTLES