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Herod

(Hebrew: הוֹרְדוֹסHorodos, Greek: ἡρῴδης Herōdes), also known as Herod I or Herod the Great (73 BC – 4 BC in Jericho), was a Roman client king of Judaea.[1] Herod is known for his colossal building projects in Jerusalem and other parts of the ancient world, including the rebuilding of the Second Temple in Jerusalem, sometimes referred to as Herod's Temple. Some details of his biography can be gleaned from the works of the 1st century AD Roman-Jewish historian Josephus Flavius.

In Christian scripture, Herod is known for the Massacre of the Innocents, described in Chapter 2 of the Gospel according to Matthew.[2]

Biography
Copper coin of Herod, bearing the legend "Basileus Herodon" on the obverse and a Macedonian sun-symbol on the reverse.
Copper coin of Herod, bearing the legend "Basileus Herodon" on the obverse and a Macedonian sun-symbol on the reverse.

Herod the Great was born around 73 BC. He was the second son of Antipater the Idumaean, a high-ranked official under Ethnarch Hyrcanus II, and Cypros, a Nabatean.[3] A loyal supporter of Hyrcanus II, Antipater appointed Herod governor of Galilee at 25, and his older brother, Phasael, governor of Jerusalem. He enjoyed the backing of Rome but his excessive brutality was condemned by the Sanhedrin.

In 43 BC, following the chaos caused by Antipater offering financial support to Caesar's murderers, Antipater was poisoned. Herod, backed by the Roman Army, executed his father's murderer. Afterwards, Antigonus, Hyrcanus' nephew, tried to take the throne from his uncle. Herod defeated him and then married his teenage niece, Mariamne (known as Mariamne I), which helped to secure him a claim to the throne and gain some Jewish favor. However, Herod already had a wife, Doris, and a three-year-old son, Antipater III, and chose to banish Doris and her child.

In 42 BC, he convinced Mark Antony and Octavian that his father had been forced to help Caesar's murderers. Herod was then named tetrarch of Galilee by the Romans. However, many of the Jews were very upset by this since most Jews did not consider Herod to be a true Jew. The Idumaean family, successors to the Edomites of the Hebrew Bible, settled in Idumea, formerly known as Edom, in southern Judea. When the Maccabean John Hyrcanus conquered Idumea in 140–130 BC, he required all Idumaeans to obey Jewish law or to leave; most Idumaeans thus converted to Judaism. While King Herod publicly identified himself as a Jew and was considered as such by some,[4] this religious identification notwithstanding was undermined by the Hellenistic cultural affinity of the Herodians, which would have earned them the antipathy of observant Jews.[5]

In 40 BC Antigonus tried to take the throne again with the help of the Parthians, this time succeeding. Herod fled to Rome to plead with the Romans to restore him to power. There he was elected "King of the Jews" by the Roman Senate.[6] In 37 BC the Romans fully secured Judea and executed Antigonus. Herod took the role as sole ruler of Judea and took the title of basileus (Gr. Βασιλευς) for himself, ushering in the Herodian Dynasty and ending the Hasmonean Dynasty. He ruled for 34 years.

Achievements

Herod's most famous and ambitious project was the expansion of the Second Temple in Jerusalem.

In the eighteenth year of his reign (20–19 BC), Herod rebuilt the Temple on "a more magnificent scale".[7] The new Temple was finished in a year and a half, although work on out-buildings and courts continued another eighty years.[7] To comply with religious law, Herod employed 1,000 priests as masons and carpenters in the rebuilding.[7] The finished temple, which was destroyed in 70 AD, is sometimes referred to as Herod's Temple. The Wailing Wall or Western Wall which now stands in Jerusalem is the wall which Herod built around the west side of the courtyard surrounding the Temple.

Some of Herod's other achievements include the development of water supplies for Jerusalem, building fortresses such as Masada and Herodium, and founding new cities such as Caesarea Maritima. He and Cleopatra owned a monopoly over the extraction of asphalt from the Dead Sea, which was used in ship building. He leased copper mines on Cyprus from the Roman emperor.

Discovery of quarry

On September 25, 2007, Yuval Baruch, archaeologist with the Israeli Antiquities Authority announced their discovery of a quarry compound which provided King Herod with the stones to renovate the second Temple. It houses the Temple Mount. Coins, pottery and iron stake found proved the date of the quarrying to be about 19 BC. Archaeologist Ehud Netzer confirmed that the large outlines of the stone cuts is evidence that it was a massive public project worked on by hundreds of slaves.[8]

New Testament references

Herod the Great appears in The Gospel according to Matthew (Ch. 2), which describes an event known as the Massacre of the Innocents.

According to Matthew's gospel, shortly after the birth of Jesus, Magi from the East visited Herod to inquire the whereabouts of "the one having been born king of the Jews", because they had seen his star in the east and therefore wanted to pay him homage. Herod, who was himself King of Judea, was alarmed at the prospect of the newborn king usurping his rule.

In the story, Herod was advised by the assembled chief priests and scribes of the people that the Prophet had written that the "Anointed One" (Greek: ho christos) was to be born in Bethlehem of Judea. Herod therefore sent the Magi to Bethlehem, instructing them to search for the child and, after they had found him, to "report to me, so that I too may go and worship him". However, after they had found Jesus, the Magi were warned in a dream not to report back to Herod. Similarly, Joseph was warned in a dream that Herod intended to kill Jesus, so he and his family fled to Egypt. When Herod realized he had been outwitted by the Magi, he gave orders to kill all boys of the age of two and under in Bethlehem and its vicinity. Joseph and his family stayed in Egypt until Herod's death, then moved to Nazareth in Galilee in order to avoid living under Herod's son Archelaus.

The historical accuracy of this event has been questioned, since although Herod was certainly guilty of many brutal acts, including the killing of his wife and two of his sons, no other source from the period makes any reference to such a massacre.[9]

Death
Coin of Herod the Great, bearing a temple and star of david
Coin of Herod the Great, bearing a temple and star of david

The scholarly consensus, based on Josephus' Antiquities of the Jews is that Herod died at the end of March or early April in 4 BC. Josephus wrote that Herod died 37 years after being named as King by the Romans, and 34 years after the death of Antigonus.[10] This would imply that he died in 4 BC. This is confirmed by the fact that his three sons, between whom his kingdom was divided, dated their rule from 4 BC. For instance, he states that Herod Philip II's death took place after a 37-year reign in the 20th year of Tiberius, which would imply that he took over on Herod's death in 4 BC.[11] In addition, Josephus wrote that Herod died after a lunar eclipse,[12] and a partial eclipse[13] took place in 4 BC. It has been suggested that 5 BC might be a more likely date[14] — there were two total eclipses in that year.[15][16] However, the 4 B.C. date is almost universally accepted.[17]

Josephus wrote that Herod's final illness was excruciating (Ant. 17.6.5). From Josephus' descriptions, some medical experts propose that Herod had chronic kidney disease complicated by Fournier's gangrene.[18] Modern scholars agree he suffered throughout his lifetime from depression and paranoia.[19]

After Herod's death, his kingdom was divided among three of his sons, namely Herod Archelaus, Herod Antipas, and Herod Philip II, who ruled as tetrarchs rather than kings.

Tomb discovery
Aerial photo of Herodium from the southwest
Aerial photo of Herodium from the southwest

The location of Herod's tomb is documented by Roman historian Flavius Josephus, who writes, "And the body was carried two hundred furlongs, to Herodium, where he had given order to be buried."[20]

Flavius Josephus provides more clues about Herod's tomb which he calls Herod's monuments:

So they threw down all the hedges and walls which the inhabitants had made about their gardens and groves of trees, and cut down all the fruit trees that lay between them and the wall of the city, and filled up all the hollow places and the chasms, and demolished the rocky precipices with iron instruments; and thereby made all the place level from Scopus to Herod's monuments, which adjoined to the pool called the Serpent's Pool.[21]

Ehud Netzer, an archaeologist from Hebrew University, read the writings of Josephus and focused his search on the vicinity of the pool and its surroundings at the Winter Palace of Herod in the Judean desert. An article of the New York Times states,

Lower Herodium consists of the remains of a large palace, a race track, service quarters, and a monumental building whose function is still a mystery. Perhaps, says Ehud Netzer, who excavated the site, it is Herod's mausoleum. Next to it is a pool, almost twice as large as modern Olympic-size pools.[22]

It took 35 years for Netzer to identify the exact location, but on May 7, 2007, an Israeli team of archaeologists of the Hebrew University led by Netzer, announced they had discovered the tomb.[23][24][25][26][27] The site is located at the exact location given by Flavius Josephus, atop of tunnels and water pools, at a flattened desert site, halfway up the hill to Herodium, 12 kilometers (7.5 mi) south of Jerusalem.[28]

Chronology

30s BC

The taking of Jerusalem by Herod the Great, 36 BC, by Jean Fouquet, late 15th century.
The taking of Jerusalem by Herod the Great, 36 BC, by Jean Fouquet, late 15th century.
Judaea under Herod the Great.

Aristobulus III of Judea WAS THE KING OF JEDUA AT BIRTH BECAUSE HE WAS THE LAST HASMONEAN SCION

  • 35 BC — Aristobulus III of Judea is drowned at a party, on Herod's orders.

HE WAS THE 3RD JESUS CHRIST AND HE WAS STABBED  AND TORRURED TO DEATH BY A WOMAN IN A MAN'S BODY FORM

SHE WAS LISA TOMAS FORMER OF GIRLFRIEND OF JOHAN VANDERMEER KENNEDY,JR. = ANTIPATER SON OF HEROD AND DORIS

THIS EXPLAINS HOW HEROD HAD A SPEAR OF DESTINY BEFORE CHRIST WAS BORN

SHE HAD THE BODY FORM OF LAWRENCE OF MONTEBELLO WHO SOPHIA OF WISDOM III - CAROLINE E. KENNEDY KNEW AS A LITTLE GIRL WHEN I LIVED IN THE CITY OF ANGELS AND IT WAS REALLY JFK,JR AND I DIDN'T KNOW IT

AND THIS WHY HEROD IS LOOKING FOR LAWRENCE AS SAID BY MY COUSIN MICHAEL RAYMOND MORAN IN MICHAEL'S VISIONS

LISA TOMAS PRETENDED TO BE HEROD BECAUSE SHE HAD THE BODY SUIT OF LAWRENCE=JFK,JR

AND

 THE SPEAR OF DESTINY BY THE BLOOD OF JESUS CHRIST III = CLAYTON ALEXANDER MCRORY KENNEDY = ARTISTOBUS III OF JUDEA

AND

 IS NOW THE BROTHER OF JOHAN VANDERMEER KENNEDY,JR = SANTA CLAUS

 AND

CLAYTON ALEXANDER MCRORY KENNEDY = THE EASTER BUNNY BORN APR 16 1990

AND

THEIR SISTER IS

AND

 WAS AVA LEAH MCRORY KENNEDY = MARY MAGDALENA I OF PETRA AND SHE IS MY FUNNY VALENTINE BORN FEB 14 1992

THEN I SOPHIA OF WISDOM III - VALENTINA DORIA III - CAROLINE E. KENNEDY BECAME MARY MAGADELENA II

WHICH MEANS MY DAUGTHER AND I TRADED PLACES 

AND

MARRIED HEROD

 BUT STILL KNOWN AS MARY MAGDALENA I IN REALLY TIME BECAUSE I WAS ALEXANDRA OF PETRA = THE HOLY GRAIL OR THE SEEDS OF LIFE = CAMELOT 

NOW THIS IS WHERE CAROLYN BESSETTE AND CHALA LESSER COME IN THEY ARE THE MOTHER'S OF DARKNESS WHO HAVE BEEN CHASING US DOWN

CAROLYN BESSETTE TAKES THE NAME OF MARIAMME I OR MARY MAGDALENA I COPYING WHAT AVA AND I HAD DONE AND MARRIED HEROD AFTER GETTING RID OF DORIS HEROD'S FIRST WIFE

THEN CHELA LESSER HAD A SON WITH MY EX- HUSBAND MARK VANDERMEER AND SHE TOOK THE NAME OF MARIAMME II AND COPIED THE SAME PROCESS AND MARRIED HEROD

HEROD WAS NOT HEROD BUT LISA TOMAS IN A JFK,JR BODY SUIT OR IT COULD OF BEEN LAWRENCE OF MONTEBELLO (THIS IS WHY HEROD IS LOOKING FOR LAWRENCE PER MICHAEL'S VISIONS) CALLED HEROD AND WAITED TO BE THE LAST WIFE OF HEROD CALLED CLEOPATRA OF JERUSALEM AND SHE WAS RESPONSIBLE FOR TAKING OUT CEASAR AND CLEOPATRA OF EGYPT AND TAKING OVER HER SHIPPING BUSINESS

THIS WAS ALL MADE POSSIBLE BY HAVING THE SPEAR OF DESTINY FROM STABBING ARISTOBULUS III = CLAYTON ALEXANDER MCRORY KENNEDY = SON OF ALEXANDROS OF PETRA 

THEN LISA TOMAS = HEROD OR LAWRENCE OF MONTEBELLO GAVE THE SPEAR AND SHIPPING BUSINESS TO ARI ONASSIS HENCE NEMESIS THE TRUE STORY ARISTOLE ONASSIS, JACKIE O, AND THE LOVE TRIANGLE THAT BROUGHT DOWN THE KENNEDYSSOPHIA OF WISDOM III - NEMESIS - ONASSIS




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AND IN THE MEANTIME SHE KILLED ARISTOUBULUS III AND ANTIPATER II WHO WAS REALLY CESARAN PRINCE OF EGYPT BECAUSE I WAS CLEOPATRA OF EGYPT AND JFK,JR WITH CAESAR HAD CAESAREAN = ANTIPATER = PATER = HADES = MEROVINGIVANS

THIS WHY JOHN AND JOHAN CAN SWITCH IN AND OUT AS WELL AS JACK KENNEDY

AND

HEROD BY NOW WAS MACCABEAN JOHN HYRCANUS JFK,JR AND JACK SWITCHED OUT AND WE MOVED AWAY AND BECAME MARY AND JOSEPH AND HAD CLAYTON AGAIN AS BABY JESUS AND THEN JOHN SWITCHED OUT WITH CLAYTON AND BECAME CHRIST  

I SOPHIA OF WISDOM III - VALENTINA DORIA III - CAROLINE E. KENNEDY WAS KNOWN AS CAROLINE OF THE KABBALIE WHEN I WAS 3 YEARS OLD LIVING IN SAN GABRIEL CITY OF ANGELS

ON JUN 11 2008 I GOING THREW MY GRANDMOTHER'S BIBLE AND FOUND THE CERTIFICATES FOR MY MOTHER AND UNCLES OF THEIR SAINT HOOD - LADY OF ANGELS - ST. MALACHY CHURCH AND FOUND A NOTE WITH MY GRANDMOTHER'S HANDWRITTING AND THERE WAS THE SPIRIT OF DAVID OF THE KABBALIE IN THE PAPER TELLING ME THAT IT WAS NEEDED OF MY THREE CHLDREN TO TAKE OVER MY KABBALIE JOB THAT DAY RIGHT AWAY BECAUSE ALL CHILDREN OF THE EARTH HAD LOST HOPE DUE TO THE MOTHER'S OF DARKNESS ALWAYS HURTING THEM 

THEY WENT AROUND THE WORLD LIKE SANTA CLAUS AND DELIVERED A LITTLE TOY TO EACH CHILD IN THE WORLD WITH THE USE OF THE MAGIC BARRELS THAT WERE USED TO HOLD OIL FROM THE NEVER ENDING OIL FIELD NEXT TO MY GRANDMA & GRANDPA'S HOUSE IN MONTEBELLO CITY OF ANGELS TO DISPOSE OF DISASTER AREA TRASH

I USED MY MAGICAL THOUGHTS TO HELP STOP THE RISING PRICE OF OIL WITH THIS WELL BUT THE MOTHER'S OF DARKNESS STOPPED MY COMMANDMENT OR WENT AROUND IT

SO I USED THE OIL BARRELS TO CLEAN UP DISASTERS AROUND THE WORLD THIS WAS ONE OF THE KIDS JOBS

WHEN THEY PRESENT THEMSELVES TO THE CHILDREN THEY KNEW WHO THEY WERE AND THEN THEY WOULD ASK THE CHILDREN IF THERE WAS A LITTLE TOY THEY WERE MISSING AND IT WOULD MAGICALLY BE IN THE BARREL FOR THEM TO GIVE

THEY ALSO WOULD GIVE PIGGY BACK RIDES AND TALK WITH THEM FOR A LITTLE WHILE AND THE CHILDREN WOULD ASK ABOUT WHAT HAPPENED AND WHO I WAS AND THEY WOULD TELL THEM I WAS CAROLINE OF THE KABBALIE FIRST AND THAT THEY WERE TAKING OVER FOR ME

CLAYTON TOLD ME THE FIRST CHILD HE MET WAS THE GRANDSON OF ONE OF MY OLD GIRLFRIENDS DONNA MILLION HALL

CLAYTON WENT TO THE KITCHEN TO GET SOMETHING AND AS HE WAS LEAVING SOMETHING CAUGHT THE CORNER OF HIS EYE

IT MADE HIM TURN AROUND AND LOOK AT THE COUNTER AND THERE WAS A BOTTLE OF MY CRIVELLI ITALIAN SALSA AND A MAGNET OF MY BUSINESS CARD ON THE FRIDGE

DONNA TOLD CLAYTON THAT THERE WAS A LITTLE BOY THAT APPEARS AND DISAPPEARS AND THIS WAS HER SON WHO DIED AFTER BEING TORRTURED AT SCHOOL BY THE MOTHER'S DARKNESS BECAUSE THEY WOULD MAKE THEM BALANCE ON THEIR DESKS WITH THEIR NOSES ALL DAY LONG AND EAT THEIR BODY WASTE AND THE CHILDREN WERE NEVER ALLOWED TO TELL THEIR PARENTS AND NEITHER WERE THE TEACHERS

BUT HIS SPIRIT CAME BACK AS HER GRANDSON AND HE TOLD HER THAT HE WAS HER SON FROM HER FIRST MARRIAGE AND THIS PROVES THAT OUR ANCESTORS DO COME BACK AND WE ARE REBORN THREW OUR CHILDREN

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  • 32 BC — The war against Nabatea begins, with victory one year later.
  • 31 BC — Judea suffers a devastating earthquake. Octavian defeats Mark Antony, so Herod switches allegiance to Octavian, later known as Augustus.
  • 30 BC — Herod is shown great favour by Octavian, who at Rhodes confirms him as King of Judaea.

20s BC

  • 29 BC — Josephus writes that Herod had great passion and also great jealousy concerning his wife, Mariamne I. She learns of Herod's plans to murder her, and stops sleeping with him. Herod puts her on trial on a charge of adultery. His sister, Salome I, was chief witness against her. Mariamne I's mother Alexandra made an appearance and incriminated her own daughter. Historians say her mother was next on Herod's list to be executed and did this only to save her own life. Mariamne was executed, and Alexandra declared herself Queen, stating that Herod was mentally unfit to serve. Josephus wrote that this was Alexandra's strategic mistake; Herod executed her without trial.
  • 28 BC — Herod executed his brother-in-law Kostobar[29] (husband of Salome, father to Berenice) for conspiracy. Large festival in Jerusalem, as Herod had built a Theatre and an Amphitheatre.
  • 27 BC — An assassination attempt on Herod was foiled. To honor Augustus, Herod rebuilt Samaria and renamed it Sebaste.
  • 25 BC — Herod imported grain from Egypt and started an aid program to combat the widespread hunger and disease that followed a massive drought. He also waives a third of the taxes.
  • 23 BC — Herod built a palace in Jerusalem and the fortress Herodion (Herodium) in Judea. He married his third wife, Mariamne II, the daughter of high priest Simon.[30]
  • 22 BC — Herod began construction on Caesarea Maritima and its harbor. The Roman emperor Augustus grants him the regions Trachonitis, Batanaea and Auranitis to the north-east of Judea.

10s BC

  • Circa 18 BC — Herod traveled for the second time to Rome.
  • 14 BC — Herod supported the Jews in Anatolia and Cyrene. Owing to the prosperity in Judaea he waived a quarter of the taxes.
  • 13 BC — Herod made his first-born son Antipater (his son by Doris) first heir in his will.
  • 12 BC — Herod suspected both his sons (from his marriage to Mariamne I) Alexander and Aristobulus of threatening his life. He took them to Aquileia to be tried. Augustus reconciled the three. Herod supported the financially strapped Olympic Games and ensured their future. Herod amended his will so that Alexander and Aristobulus rose in the royal succession, but Antipater would be higher in the succession.
  • Circa 10 BC — The newly expanded temple in Jerusalem was inaugurated. War against the Nabateans began.

0s BC

  • 9 BC — Caesarea Maritima was inaugurated. Owing to the course of the war against the Nabateans, Herod fell into disgrace with Augustus. Herod again suspected Alexander of plotting to kill him.
  • 8 BC — Herod accused his sons by Mariamne I of high treason. Herod reconciled with Augustus, which also gave him the permission to proceed legally against his sons.
  • 7 BC — The court hearing took place in Berytos (Beirut) before a Roman court. Mariamne I's sons were found guilty and executed. The succession changed so that Antipater was the exclusive successor to the throne. In second place the succession incorporated (Herod) Philip, his son by Mariamne II.
  • 6 BC — Herod proceeded against the Pharisees.
  • 5 BC — Antipater was brought before the court charged with the intended murder of Herod. Herod, by now seriously ill, named his son (Herod) Antipas (from his fourth marriage with Malthace) as his successor.
  • 4 BC — Young disciples smashed the golden eagle over the main entrance of the Temple of Jerusalem after the Pharisee teachers claimed it was an idolatrous Roman symbol. Herod arrested them, brought them to court, and sentenced them. Augustus approved the death penalty for Antipater. Herod then executed his son, and again changed his will: Archelaus (from the marriage with Malthace) would rule as king over Herod's entire kingdom, while Antipas (by Malthace) and Philip (from the fifth marriage with
  • NOTES OF SOPHIA OF WISDOM III - VALENTINA DORIA III - CAROLINE E. KENNEDY THIS IS REALLY LISA TOMAS Cleopatra of Jerusalem) = LISA TOMAS WAS JOHAN VANDERMEER KENNEDY, JR'S EX- GIRLFRIEND WHO LEFT HIM FOR JFK,JR. = HEROD AND JOHAN = SON OF HEROD & DORIS = JFK,JR. + SOPHIA OF WISDOM III - VALENTINA DORIA III = DORIS A TITAN AND ANCESTOR TO VALENTINA DORIA - CRIVELLI - VISCONTI
  • would rule as Tetrarchs over Galilee and Peraea (Transjordan), also over Gaulanitis (Golan), Trachonitis (Hebrew: Argob), Batanaea (now Ard-el-Bathanyeh) and Panias. As Augustus did not confirm his will, no one got the title of King; however, the three sons did get the stated territories.

        

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  • Legend
    Sign & Meaning
    + = married
    | = descended from
    ../——— = sibling
    dt. = daughter
    b. = born
    d. = died
    m. = was married to
     ? = not included here or unknown

    Alexandros + Alexandra
               |
          ———————————————————————————————————
         |                                   |
    Aristobulus III of Judea            Mariamne, dt.
    (d. 35 BC)                              m. Herod the Great
    (last Hasmonean scion;
    appointed high priest; drowned)     MARY MAGDALENA I

    Ancestors
    Antipater the Idumaean +  X Cypros, Arab princess from Petra, Jordan in Nabatea.
                                                      |
                                   —————————————————————————————————————————————
                                  |              |            |        |        |
                               Phasael    Herod the Great  Joseph  Pheroras  Salome I
                               

    Marriages and descendants

    Herod
                               the Great + Doris = VALENTINA DORIA III = SOPHIA OF
                                               |         WISDOM III - CAROLINE E. KENNEDY
                                           Antipater
                                            d. 4 BC?
                               
                               
    Herod the Great + Mariamne I, d. 29 BC?, dt. of Alexandros.
                                               |
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                                     |          |          |                       |
                                Aristobulus   Alexander   Salampsio + Phasael  X Cypros
                                 d. 7 BC?     d. 7 BC?                |             m. Antipater(2)
                                m. Berenice                       Cypros
                                     |
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                                   |                |              |                |               |
                               Mariamne III      Herod III      Herodias     Herod Agrippa    Aristobulus V
                               m. her uncle   King of Chalcis      +         King of Judea
                                  Archelaus ?          m. 1. Herod II Boethus               
                                                               her uncle
                                                          2. Herod Philip I
                                                               her uncle
                                                          3. Herod Antipas
                                                               her uncle
                               
                               
    Herod the Great + Mariamne II, dt. of Simon the High-Priest.
                                               |
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                                     |                 |
                                  Herod II      Herod Philip I
                                  Boethus
                               
                               
    Herod the Great + Malthace (a Samaritan)
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                                Herod Antipas                     Archelaus    Olympias
                                  b. 20 BC?
                                  + Phasaelis,
                                  dt. of Aretas IV, king of Arabia
                                "divorced" to marry:
                                  + Herodias,
                                  dt. of Aristobulus (son of Herod the Great)
                               
                               
    Herod the Great + Cleopatra of Jerusalem
                                               |
                                      Philip the Tetrarch
                                            d. AD 34
                               
                               
    Notes.
    • Antipater(2) was the son of Joseph and Salome
    • Dates with ? need verifying against modern findings

    It is very probable that Herod had more children, especially with the last wives, and also that he had more daughters, as female births at that time were often not recorded.[

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    Herod the Great

    Herod (Hebrew: הוֹרְדוֹסHorodos, Greek: ἡρῴδης Herōdes), also known as Herod I or Herod the Great (73 BC – 4 BC in Jericho), was a Roman client king of Judaea.[1] Herod is known for his colossal building projects in Jerusalem and other parts of the ancient world, including the rebuilding of the Second Temple in Jerusalem, sometimes referred to as Herod's Temple. Some details of his biography can be gleaned from the works of the 1st century AD Roman-Jewish historian Josephus Flavius.

    In Christian scripture, Herod is known for the Massacre of the Innocents, described in Chapter 2 of the Gospel according to Matthew

    Biography

    Copper coin of Herod, bearing the legend "Basileus Herodon" on the obverse and a Macedonian sun-symbol on the reverse.
    Copper coin of Herod, bearing the legend "Basileus Herodon" on the obverse and a Macedonian sun-symbol on the reverse.

    Herod the Great was born around 73 BC. He was the second son of Antipater the Idumaean, a high-ranked official under Ethnarch Hyrcanus II, and Cypros, a Nabatean.[3] A loyal supporter of Hyrcanus II, Antipater appointed Herod governor of Galilee at 25, and his older brother, Phasael, governor of Jerusalem. He enjoyed the backing of Rome but his excessive brutality was condemned by the Sanhedrin.

    In 43 BC, following the chaos caused by Antipater offering financial support to Caesar's murderers, Antipater was poisoned. Herod, backed by the Roman Army, executed his father's murderer. Afterwards, Antigonus, Hyrcanus' nephew, tried to take the throne from his uncle. Herod defeated him and then married his teenage niece, Mariamne (known as Mariamne I), which helped to secure him a claim to the throne and gain some Jewish favor. However, Herod already had a wife, Doris, and a three-year-old son, Antipater III, and chose to banish Doris and her child.

    In 42 BC, he convinced Mark Antony and Octavian that his father had been forced to help Caesar's murderers. Herod was then named tetrarch of Galilee by the Romans. However, many of the Jews were very upset by this since most Jews did not consider Herod to be a true Jew. The Idumaean family, successors to the Edomites of the Hebrew Bible, settled in Idumea, formerly known as Edom, in southern Judea. When the Maccabean John Hyrcanus conquered Idumea in 140–130 BC, he required all Idumaeans to obey Jewish law or to leave; most Idumaeans thus converted to Judaism. While King Herod publicly identified himself as a Jew and was considered as such by some,[4] this religious identification notwithstanding was undermined by the Hellenistic cultural affinity of the Herodians, which would have earned them the antipathy of observant Jews.[5]

    In 40 BC Antigonus tried to take the throne again with the help of the Parthians, this time succeeding. Herod fled to Rome to plead with the Romans to restore him to power. There he was elected "King of the Jews" by the Roman Senate.[6] In 37 BC the Romans fully secured Judea and executed Antigonus. Herod took the role as sole ruler of Judea and took the title of basileus (Gr. Βασιλευς) for himself, ushering in the Herodian Dynasty and ending the Hasmonean Dynasty. He ruled for 34 years.

    Model of Herod's Temple
    Model of Herod's Temple

     

    Achievements

    Herod's most famous and ambitious project was the expansion of the Second Temple in Jerusalem.

    In the eighteenth year of his reign (20–19 BC), Herod rebuilt the Temple on "a more magnificent scale".[7] The new Temple was finished in a year and a half, although work on out-buildings and courts continued another eighty years.[7] To comply with religious law, Herod employed 1,000 priests as masons and carpenters in the rebuilding.[7] The finished temple, which was destroyed in 70 AD, is sometimes referred to as Herod's Temple. The Wailing Wall or Western Wall which now stands in Jerusalem is the wall which Herod built around the west side of the courtyard surrounding the Temple.

    Some of Herod's other achievements include the development of water supplies for Jerusalem, building fortresses such as Masada and Herodium, and founding new cities such as Caesarea Maritima. He and Cleopatra owned a monopoly over the extraction of asphalt from the Dead Sea, which was used in ship building. He leased copper mines on Cyprus from the Roman emperor.

     Discovery of quarry

    On September 25, 2007, Yuval Baruch, archaeologist with the Israeli Antiquities Authority announced their discovery of a quarry compound which provided King Herod with the stones to renovate the second Temple. It houses the Temple Mount. Coins, pottery and iron stake found proved the date of the quarrying to be about 19 BC. Archaeologist Ehud Netzer confirmed that the large outlines of the stone cuts is evidence that it was a massive public project worked on by hundreds of slaves.[8]

    New Testament references

    Herod the Great appears in The Gospel according to Matthew (Ch. 2), which describes an event known as the Massacre of the Innocents.

    According to Matthew's gospel, shortly after the birth of Jesus, Magi from the East visited Herod to inquire the whereabouts of "the one having been born king of the Jews", because they had seen his star in the east and therefore wanted to pay him homage. Herod, who was himself King of Judea, was alarmed at the prospect of the newborn king usurping his rule.

    In the story, Herod was advised by the assembled chief priests and scribes of the people that the Prophet had written that the "Anointed One" (Greek: ho christos) was to be born in Bethlehem of Judea. Herod therefore sent the Magi to Bethlehem, instructing them to search for the child and, after they had found him, to "report to me, so that I too may go and worship him". However, after they had found Jesus, the Magi were warned in a dream not to report back to Herod. Similarly, Joseph was warned in a dream that Herod intended to kill Jesus, so he and his family fled to Egypt. When Herod realized he had been outwitted by the Magi, he gave orders to kill all boys of the age of two and under in Bethlehem and its vicinity. Joseph and his family stayed in Egypt until Herod's death, then moved to Nazareth in Galilee in order to avoid living under Herod's son Archelaus.

    The historical accuracy of this event has been questioned, since although Herod was certainly guilty of many brutal acts, including the killing of his wife and two of his sons, no other source from the period makes any reference to such a massacre.[9]

    Death
    Coin of Herod the Great, bearing a temple and star of david
    Coin of Herod the Great, bearing a temple and star of david

    The scholarly consensus, based on Josephus' Antiquities of the Jews is that Herod died at the end of March or early April in 4 BC. Josephus wrote that Herod died 37 years after being named as King by the Romans, and 34 years after the death of Antigonus.[10] This would imply that he died in 4 BC. This is confirmed by the fact that his three sons, between whom his kingdom was divided, dated their rule from 4 BC. For instance, he states that Herod Philip II's death took place after a 37-year reign in the 20th year of Tiberius, which would imply that he took over on Herod's death in 4 BC.[11] In addition, Josephus wrote that Herod died after a lunar eclipse,[12] and a partial eclipse[13] took place in 4 BC. It has been suggested that 5 BC might be a more likely date[14] — there were two total eclipses in that year.[15][16] However, the 4 B.C. date is almost universally accepted.[17]

    Josephus wrote that Herod's final illness was excruciating (Ant. 17.6.5). From Josephus' descriptions, some medical experts propose that Herod had chronic kidney disease complicated by Fournier's gangrene.[18] Modern scholars agree he suffered throughout his lifetime from depression and paranoia.[19]

    After Herod's death, his kingdom was divided among three of his sons, namely Herod Archelaus, Herod Antipas, and Herod Philip II, who ruled as tetrarchs rather than kings.

    Tomb discovery

    Aerial photo of Herodium from the southwest
    Aerial photo of Herodium from the southwest

    The location of Herod's tomb is documented by Roman historian Flavius Josephus, who writes, "And the body was carried two hundred furlongs, to Herodium, where he had given order to be buried."[20]

    Flavius Josephus provides more clues about Herod's tomb which he calls Herod's monuments:

    So they threw down all the hedges and walls which the inhabitants had made about their gardens and groves of trees, and cut down all the fruit trees that lay between them and the wall of the city, and filled up all the hollow places and the chasms, and demolished the rocky precipices with iron instruments; and thereby made all the place level from Scopus to Herod's monuments, which adjoined to the pool called the Serpent's Pool.[21]

    Ehud Netzer, an archaeologist from Hebrew University, read the writings of Josephus and focused his search on the vicinity of the pool and its surroundings at the Winter Palace of Herod in the Judean desert. An article of the New York Times states,

    Lower Herodium consists of the remains of a large palace, a race track, service quarters, and a monumental building whose function is still a mystery. Perhaps, says Ehud Netzer, who excavated the site, it is Herod's mausoleum. Next to it is a pool, almost twice as large as modern Olympic-size pools.[22]

    It took 35 years for Netzer to identify the exact location, but on May 7, 2007, an Israeli team of archaeologists of the Hebrew University led by Netzer, announced they had discovered the tomb.[23][24][25][26][27] The site is located at the exact location given by Flavius Josephus, atop of tunnels and water pools, at a flattened desert site, halfway up the hill to Herodium, 12 kilometers (7.5 mi) south of Jerusalem.[28]

    Chronology

    30s BC

    The taking of Jerusalem by Herod the Great, 36 BC, by Jean Fouquet, late 15th century.
    The taking of Jerusalem by Herod the Great, 36 BC, by Jean Fouquet, late 15th century.
    Judaea under Herod the Great.
    • 35 BC — Aristobulus III of Judea is drowned at a party, on Herod's orders.
    • 32 BC — The war against Nabatea begins, with victory one year later.
    • 31 BC — Judea suffers a devastating earthquake. Octavian defeats Mark Antony, so Herod switches allegiance to Octavian, later known as Augustus.
    • 30 BC — Herod is shown great favour by Octavian, who at Rhodes confirms him as King of Judaea.

    20s BC

    • 29 BC — Josephus writes that Herod had great passion and also great jealousy concerning his wife, Mariamne I. She learns of Herod's plans to murder her, and stops sleeping with him. Herod puts her on trial on a charge of adultery. His sister, Salome I, was chief witness against her. Mariamne I's mother Alexandra made an appearance and incriminated her own daughter. Historians say her mother was next on Herod's list to be executed and did this only to save her own life. Mariamne was executed, and Alexandra declared herself Queen, stating that Herod was mentally unfit to serve. Josephus wrote that this was Alexandra's strategic mistake; Herod executed her without trial.
    • 28 BC — Herod executed his brother-in-law Kostobar[29] (husband of Salome, father to Berenice) for conspiracy. Large festival in Jerusalem, as Herod had built a Theatre and an Amphitheatre.
    • 27 BC — An assassination attempt on Herod was foiled. To honor Augustus, Herod rebuilt Samaria and renamed it Sebaste.
    • 25 BC — Herod imported grain from Egypt and started an aid program to combat the widespread hunger and disease that followed a massive drought. He also waives a third of the taxes.
    • 23 BC — Herod built a palace in Jerusalem and the fortress Herodion (Herodium) in Judea. He married his third wife, Mariamne II, the daughter of high priest Simon.[30]
    • 22 BC — Herod began construction on Caesarea Maritima and its harbor. The Roman emperor Augustus grants him the regions Trachonitis, Batanaea and Auranitis to the north-east of Judea.

    10s BC

    • Circa 18 BC — Herod traveled for the second time to Rome.
    • 14 BC — Herod supported the Jews in Anatolia and Cyrene. Owing to the prosperity in Judaea he waived a quarter of the taxes.
    • 13 BC — Herod made his first-born son Antipater (his son by Doris) first heir in his will.
    • 12 BC — Herod suspected both his sons (from his marriage to Mariamne I) Alexander and Aristobulus of threatening his life. He took them to Aquileia to be tried. Augustus reconciled the three. Herod supported the financially strapped Olympic Games and ensured their future. Herod amended his will so that Alexander and Aristobulus rose in the royal succession, but Antipater would be higher in the succession.
    • Circa 10 BC — The newly expanded temple in Jerusalem was inaugurated. War against the Nabateans began.

    0s BC

    • 9 BC — Caesarea Maritima was inaugurated. Owing to the course of the war against the Nabateans, Herod fell into disgrace with Augustus. Herod again suspected Alexander of plotting to kill him.
    • 8 BC — Herod accused his sons by Mariamne I of high treason. Herod reconciled with Augustus, which also gave him the permission to proceed legally against his sons.
    • 7 BC — The court hearing took place in Berytos (Beirut) before a Roman court. Mariamne I's sons were found guilty and executed. The succession changed so that Antipater was the exclusive successor to the throne. In second place the succession incorporated (Herod) Philip, his son by Mariamne II.
    • 6 BC — Herod proceeded against the Pharisees.
    • 5 BC — Antipater was brought before the court charged with the intended murder of Herod. Herod, by now seriously ill, named his son (Herod) Antipas (from his fourth marriage with Malthace) as his successor.
    • 4 BC — Young disciples smashed the golden eagle over the main entrance of the Temple of Jerusalem after the Pharisee teachers claimed it was an idolatrous Roman symbol. Herod arrested them, brought them to court, and sentenced them. Augustus approved the death penalty for Antipater. Herod then executed his son, and again changed his will: Archelaus (from the marriage with Malthace) would rule as king over Herod's entire kingdom, while Antipas (by Malthace) and Philip (from the fifth marriage with Cleopatra of Jerusalem) would rule as Tetrarchs over Galilee and Peraea (Transjordan), also over Gaulanitis (Golan), Trachonitis (Hebrew: Argob), Batanaea (now Ard-el-Bathanyeh) and Panias. As Augustus did not confirm his will, no one got the title of King; however, the three sons did get the stated territories.

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    Marriages and children
    Herod's marriages and children
    Wife Children
    Doris
    Mariamne I, daughter of Hasmonean Alexandros
    Mariamne II, daughter of High-Priest Simon
    Malthace
    Cleopatra of Jerusalem
    Pallas
    • Son Phasael
    Phaidra
    • Daughter Roxane
    Elpis
    A cousin (name unknown)
    • no known children
    A niece (name unknown)
    • no known children

    It is very probable that Herod had more children, especially with the last wives, and also that he had more daughters, as female births at that time were often not recorded.[

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