Agrippa I: The Last King of Judaea

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Mohr Siebeck, 1990 - History - 233 pages
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Contents

Chapter
7
From Boyhood to his Uncles Heir
39
Agrippa Under Gaius Caligula
67
Agrippa Claudius and the Jews of the Diaspora
90
Agrippa I King of Judaea
107
Agrippas Death Aftermath and Place in History
145
The Roman View
149
Agrippa and the Development of the Early Church
153
Simon Cantheras and the Boethus Family
185
Caiaphas and Cantheras by Dr Robert Brody
190
On the Chronology of the Legation to Gaius
196
The Philonic Authorship of Agrippas Epistle to Gaius Leg 276329
200
More on the Date of Agrippas Death
203
How Many Apostles did Agrippa Kill?
208
Structure and Chronology in the Acts of the Apostles
213
A Medical Point of View
217

Rabbinic Literature
157
A Historians View of Agrippa
171
Appendices
176
When was L Pomponius Flaccus Governor of Syria?
183
Agrippas Descent and Jewish Law
219
Indices
223
Authors Cited
229
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Daniel R. Schwartz, Born 1952; 1971 immigrated to Israel; 1979 PhD; since 1979 teaching at Dept. of Jewish History, Hebrew University, Jerusalem; since 1995 full professor; since 2011 academic head of Scholion - Interdisciplinary Research Center in the Humanities and Jewish Studies.

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