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Palaces of the Hasmoneans and Herod the Great

Ehud Netzer

Palaces of the Hasmoneans and Herod the Great

by Ehud Netzer

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Published by Yad Ben-Zvi Press, Israel Exploration Society in Jerusalem .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Herod -- I, -- King of Judea, -- 73-4 B.C,
  • Palaces -- Palestine,
  • Maccabees,
  • Palestine -- Antiquities, Roman

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 143).

    StatementEhud Netzer ; [translation, Robert Amoils].
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsNA335.P19 N4813 2001
    The Physical Object
    Pagination144 p. :
    Number of Pages144
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16301737M
    ISBN 109652171875
    LC Control Number2006478734

    Herod conquered the city of Jerusalem in 37 BC BCE. Rome had granted Herod his title of King of Judea. He fought three years and finally in 37 BC BCE he captured Jerusalem. This has been well. Jerusalem - Jerusalem - History: The earliest surveys and excavations in Jerusalem were conducted in the 19th century, mainly by European Christians such as the French scholars Louis Félicien de Saulcy and Charles Clermont-Ganneau and the Englishman Sir Charles Warren, who were inspired by the wish to identify locations mentioned in the Bible. The Palestine .

    Herodian buildings excavated at Jericho (i.e., Herod’s Second Palace and the Hippodrome), as well as the Hasmonean palaces at the site and the constructions dated to both periods at nearby Cypros. Together, the two reports present a complete and comprehensive picture of the changes and developments in architec-. Did the later Hasmoneans really become Hellenized, as many have theorized? Or were they like their palaces – Hellenist on the outside but Jewish within? The Hasmoneans were among the first to struggle to forge a distinctively Jewish ethnic identity // Eyal Regev.

    Ehud Netzer, The Palaces of the Hasmoneans and Herod the Great (Jerusalem: Yad Ben-Zvi Institute and Israel Exploration Society, ) Michael J. Wilkins (Clinton Arnold, Ed.), Zondervan Illustrated Bible Backgrounds Commentary (Grand Rapids: Zondervan, ) . Herod the Great. You need to know there were four different men called Herod in the New Testament. It is a dynastic/family name. All were descendents of the founder of the dynasty, Herod Antipater. Herod the Great, son of the founder of the dynasty, made procurator of Judea by Julius Caesar in 47BC.


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Herod (/ ˈ h ɛr ə d /; Hebrew: הוֹרְדוֹס, Modern: Hordos, Tiberian: Hōreḏōs, Greek: Ἡρῴδης, Hērǭdēs, Aramaic: הֵרָודֵס Hērāwdēs; 74/73 BCE – c. 4 BCE), also known as Herod the Great and Herod I, was a Roman client king of Judea, referred to as the Herodian history of his legacy has polarized opinion, as he is known for his colossal building Father: Antipater the Idumaean.

A report on the archaeological remains of palaces built under the Hasmoneans and Herod the Great in Israel.

The findings of recent excavations, along with scant historical evidence, are embellished with many plans, diagrams, reconstructions and photographs.

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Herod's Palace at Jerusalem was built in the last quarter of the 1st century BC by Herod I the Great, King of Judea from 37 BC to 4 BC. It was the second most important building in Jerusalem, after the Temple itself, in Herod’s day and was situated at the northwestern wall of the Upper City of Jerusalem (the Western Hill abandoned after the Babylonian sacking of Jerusalem).

The Palaces of the Hasmoneans and Herod the Great (Book) Book Details. ISBN. Title. The Palaces of the Hasmoneans and Herod the Great. Author. Netzer, Ehud. Publisher. Israel Exploration Society.

Publication Date. Buy This Book. $ plus shipping. By purchasing books through this website, you support our non-profit. The twin palaces built by Alexandra Salome 5. Herod's first palace in Jericho the "Gymnasium" 6.

Herod's second palace, on the ruins of the Hasmonean palace 7. Herod's third palace in Jericho: the Opus Reticulatum palace 8. The hippodrome in Jericho 9. The palaces within the desert fortresses Masada: the first building phase Author Netzer, Ehud Subjects Herod, I, King of Judea 73 B.C B.C.; Herod, I, King of Judea B.C.; Bible - Antiquities Contents.

Machine derived contents note: Introduction The Background to the Hasmonean and Herodian Palaces Description: In this volume, the reader is presented for the first time with a wide-ranging picture of the palaces erected by the Hasmoneans, followed by those of the greatest builder of ancient Palestine -- King Herod the Great (BCE).

We have only scant historical evidence of the Hasmonean palaces. The Palaces of the Hasmoneans and Herod the Great by Ehud Netzer,available at Book Depository with free delivery : Ehud Netzer. The Hasmonean dynasty (/ ˌ h æ z m ə ˈ n iː ən / (); Hebrew: חַשְׁמוֹנַּאִים, Ḥašmona'īm) was a ruling dynasty of Judea and surrounding regions during classical n c.

and c. BCE the dynasty ruled Judea semi-autonomously from the BCE, with the Seleucid Empire disintegrating, the dynasty became fully independent, expanded into Common languages: Biblical Hebrew, Old Aramaic.

It was, ironically, the hated tyrant Herod the Great who restored Jerusalem to its former grandeur. In the 33 years of his reign ( B.C.), Herod transformed the city as had no other ruler since Solomon.

Building palaces and citadels, a theatre and an amphitheatre, viaducts (bridges) and public monuments. HASMONEAN AND HERODIAN PALACES ATJERICHO Final Reports of the – Excavations VOLUME V: The Finds from Jericho and Cypros RACHEL BAR-NATHAN AND JUDIT GÄRTNER The oasis of Jericho provided the backdrop to the grand Royal Estate and agricultural plantation established by the Hasmoneans on the northern bank of Wadi Qelt.

In Ehud Netzer's book on the Palaces of the Hasmoneans and Herod the Great he writes: In its day, Herodium was one of the largest palaces in the Greco-Roman world. It is actually the most spacious one of that time that is known to us from archaeological studies.

When I guide Herodium, I include a comprehensive. Herod's legacy provided a groundwork for the architectural Romanization of the east, influencing the construction of the great temple complexes and palaces so familiar from later Roman architecture.

Herod, like Augustus himself, was not only interested in architecture but also in diplomatic and financial contacts among cities of the region.

The Hasmoneans and their Rivals in Seleucid and Post-Seleucid Judea in Journal for the Study of Judaism. Author The first book of Maccabees gives a detailed account of the Hasmonean rise to power within the administrative structures of the declining Seleucid Empire.

Ehud Netzer The Palaces of the Hasmoneans and Herod the Great Author: Benedikt Eckhardt. Herod was born in southern Palestine. His father, Antipater, was an Edomite (a Semitic people, identified by some scholars as Arab, who converted to Judaism in the 2nd century bce).Antipater was a man of great influence and wealth who increased both by marrying the daughter of a noble from Petra (in southwestern Jordan), at that time the capital of the rising Arab Nabataean.

This book is a welcome addition to Nikos Kokkinos The Herodian Dynasty (Sheffield, ) and his more recent The World of the Herods (Franz Steiner, ). Although Marshak includes many architectural details, his books should be supplemented with Ehud Netzer’s Architecture of Herod, the Great Builder (Baker, ).

Herod the Great was renowned for his monumental building projects, and Masada is a prime example of his taste for size and grandeur.

7 The Masada fortress is no small rough-hewn fort. Rather, it was an elaborate complex which included two palaces.Herod the Great took the minor Hellenistic kingdom of Judea and successfully transformed it to a major kingdom with international influence and prestige.

Although known to most Christians primarily for his pursuit of Jesus in Matthew 2, Herod was a .