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Juba II, King of Mauretania MP (-52 - 23)

Josephus calls him 'Juba, king of Libya' in "The Jewish War" 2:115 ID: I62177 Name: Juba II of Mauretania Given Name: Juba II Surname: of Mauretania Sex: M _UID: DC00C68F84F614488EEEC4D9E2B...

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Saint James "the Just", 1st Bishop of Jerusalem MP (c.-1 - c.62)

James the just, the brother of the Lord BIRTH: 0001 DEATH: 0062 Father: Joseph OF JUDAH Mother: Mary Wife #1: Anna Or Don "the Consobrina" VERCH MATHONWY ____ - ____ MARRIAGE: +An...

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Jesus The Christ of Nazareth MP (c.-4 - c.33)

NB! Parentship, marriage and other relation is under discussion. Please don't break any current connections. Jesus . Genealogy of Jesus . What is Jesus' birthday Jesus in Islam . --------...

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Blessed Virgin Mary MP (-26 - d.)

The Gospels imply that Mary was of priestly descent. An early tradition says her parents dedicated her to service in the temple when she was three. She was a cousin of Elizabeth, who was married to the...

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Tiberius Julius Abdes Pantera MP (deceased)

Panthera or Pantera . He is said in some sources to have been the father of Jesus of Nazareth Early Jewish sources make Jesus the son of Panthera, a Roman soldier. "Rabbi Shiemon ben Azzai has said: ...

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Elioneus Cantharus, Sadducee High Priest MP (23 - d.)

High Priests under Herodians and Romans Ananelus 37-36 BC Jonathan Aristobulus III 36 BC-last of the Hasmoneans; paternal grandson of Aristobulus II and brother of Herord's wife Mariamne (second ...

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Jonathan ben Ananus, High Priest of Iudaea MP (deceased)

High Priests under Herodians and Romans Ananelus 37-36 BC Jonathan Aristobulus III 36 BC-last of the Hasmoneans; paternal grandson of Aristobulus II and brother of Herord's wife Mariamne (secon...

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Eleazar ben Ananus, High Priest of Iudaea (deceased)

High Priests under Herodians and Romans Ananelus 37-36 BC Jonathan Aristobulus III 36 BC-last of the Hasmoneans; paternal grandson of Aristobulus II and brother of Herord's wife Mariamne (secon...

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Caiaphas High Priest of Iudaea MP (deceased)

High Priests under Herodians and Romans Ananelus 37-36 BC Jonathan Aristobulus III 36 BC-last of the Hasmoneans; paternal grandson of Aristobulus II and brother of Herord's wife Mariamne (sec...

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Miriam (deceased)

In June 2011, archaeologists from Bar-Ilan University and Tel Aviv University announced the recovery of a stolen ossuary, plundered from a tomb in the Valley of Elah. The Israel Antiquities Authority d...

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Yeshua ben Caiaphas (deceased)

In June 2011, archaeologists from Bar-Ilan University and Tel Aviv University announced the recovery of a stolen ossuary, plundered from a tomb in the Valley of Elah. The Israel Antiquities Authority d...

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Matthias ben Ananus, High Priest of Iudaea (deceased)

High Priests under Herodians and Romans Ananelus 37-36 BC Jonathan Aristobulus III 36 BC-last of the Hasmoneans; paternal grandson of Aristobulus II and brother of Herord's wife Mariamne (secon...

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Ananus ben Ananus, High Priest of Iudaea MP (deceased)

Ananus ben Ananus (Hebrew: חנן בן חנן Hanan ben Hanan Greek: Ἀνάνου Ἄναν&...

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Johanna MP (deceased)

Archeological evidence confirming her existence: - an ossuary discovered bearing the inscription, "Johanna granddaughter of Theophilus, the High Priest".[2]} The details of this ossuary have been publi...

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Mattathias ben Theophilus, High Priest of Iudaea MP (deceased)

Mattathias ben Theophilus (c. 60 CE) was the Jewish High Priest (Kohen Gadol) [1] at the start of the Jewish Revolution, and was overthrown by Revolutionary forces. A minority of scholars believe him...

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Annas ` ben Seth, High Priest of Iudaea MP (c.-22 - c.40)

Annas [also Ananus or Ananias], son of Seth (23/22 BC–death date unknown, probably around 40CE) was appointed by the Roman legate Quirinius as the first High Priest of the newly formed Roman p...

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Theophilus ben Ananus, High Priest of Iudaea MP (deceased)

Theophilus was the High Priest in the Second Temple in Jerusalem from AD 37 to 41 according to Josephus's Antiquities of the Jews. He was a member of one of the wealthiest and most influential Jewish f...

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Antipas, Temple Treasurer (b. - 68)

Eisenman, Robert. The New Testament Code. London, Watkins Publishing. 2006 p 1009 ______ excerpt from Josephus: The Wars Of The Jews Or The History Of The Destruction Of Jerusal...

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Alexas (i) Helcias, Temple Treasurer (deceased)

Eisenman, Robert. The New Testament Code. London, Watkins Publishing. 2006 p 1009

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Nicodemus (deceased)

Nicodemus The gospel of John .. Chapter three tells us of Nicodemus, "the teacher of Israel", who came to Jesus by night to discuss his teaching with him. John later mentions that this same man defen...

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Miriam daughter or d-in-law of Nakdimon (deceased)

Nicodemus The gospel of John .. Chapter three tells us of Nicodemus, "the teacher of Israel", who came to Jesus by night to discuss his teaching with him. John later mentions that this same man defen...

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Saulos MP (c.-10 - d.)

Saulos was mentioned by the contemporary Jewish historian Josephus (Josephus, The Jewish War 2.418, 556–58, and The Antiquities , 20.214 cf excepts below). Saulos reported the Roman reverses in ...

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Saint Paul the Apostle MP (c.5 - c.57)

Saint Paul the Apostle (c5 - c57) was an early Christian missionary. Family and Ancestry Paul's parents and ancestors are not named in any contemporary source. By his own account, Paul was born a J...

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NN father of Joshua 'Jesus' Gamla / Gamaliel (deceased)

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Imma Salim, Sister of Rabban Gamliel / wife of Rabbi Eliezer ben Hyrcanus (deceased)

Imma Shalom Imma Shalom (Mother of Peace) is identified in the Babylonian Talmud as the wife of R. Eliezer, a prominent sage who flourished circa 75 c.e., and the sister of Rabban Gamliel of Yavneh...

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Berenice Possible wife of Herod the great (deceased)

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Phallion of Idumaea (b. - -63)

Wagner, Sir Anthony Richard; ‘Pedigree and Progress: Essays in the Genealogical Interpretation of History’ gives his death date as 63 BCE __________ Died in the civil war ...

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Archelaus III, High Priest of Comana, Cappadocia (deceased)

Archelaus (father of Archelaus of Cappadocia) (Greek: Ἀρχέλαος, flourished 1st century BC) was a High priest of the temple-state of Comana, Cappa...

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NN sister of Archelaus III (deceased)

Archelaus was a Cappadocian Greek nobleman, possibly of Macedonian descent. He was the son and namesake of the Roman Client Ruler and High Priest of Comana, Cappadocia, Archelaus [2] by an unnamed Gree...

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Iotape Philadelphus MP (c.15 - c.52)

Julia Iotapa (before 17-around 52) was a princess of Commagene who lived in the 1st century AD. She was of Armenian, Greek and Medes descent. She was the daughter of the late King Antiochus III of Comm...

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Pythodorida, Roman Client Queen of Pontus, Cilicia & Cappadocia MP (c.-29 - 22)

Pythodorida of Pontus Titles: Queen of Pontus Queen consort of the Bosporan Kingdom Queen consort of Cilicia Queen consort of Cappadocia Spouses: King Polemon I of Pontus King Arc...

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Archelaus II "Minor" (c.-7 - 38)

Archelaus (Greek: Ἀρχέλαος, born before 8 BC-38) was a Cappadocian Prince[1] from Anatolia and a Roman client king[2] of Cilicia Trachea and East...

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Alexas (ii) Selcias, Temple Treasurer MP (deceased)

But the daughter of Antipater by Cypros was Cypros, whom Alexas Selcias, the son of Alexas, married; they had a daughter, Cypros; Josephus: Antiquities of the Jews XVIII Chapter 5 . Eisenman, Rob...

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Cypros daughter of Antipater & Cypros MP (deceased)

the daughter of Antipater by Cypros was Cypros, whom Alexas Selcias, the son of Alexas, married; they had a daughter, Cypros... Josephus: Antiquities of the Jews XVIII Chapter 5 . As far as I can see...

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Alexander Lysimachus, Alabarch of Alexandria (c.-10 - 69)

Alexander the Alabarch Alexander the Alabarch, full name Tiberius Julius Alexander Major (Major, Latin for the elder, 15 BC/10 BC – 69 AD) was an Alexandrian Jewish aristocrat who was one of t...

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Julius Lysimachus (deceased)

Lysimachus (brother of Philo) Lysimachus or possibly known as Julius Lysimachus, (flourished 1st century BC and 1st century AD) was an Alexandrian Jew who lived in the Roman Empire. Lysimachus was a ...

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Salome of Judaea (deceased)

) Salome (daughter of Herod the Great) Salome (daughter of Herod I), (c. early 1st century CE), daughter of Herod the Great and his wife Elpis She should not be confused with: Salome Alexandr...

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Elpis (deceased)

Wagner, Sir Anthony Richard; ‘Pedigree and Progress: Essays in the Genealogical Interpretation of History’

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Roxane of Judaea (deceased)

Wagner, Sir Anthony Richard; ‘Pedigree and Progress: Essays in the Genealogical Interpretation of History’ ___________ says she marries Pheras II (cousin): issue of ...

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Pheras II (deceased)

Uncertain of the validity of this data: Issue of Pheras I (Pheroras) (d5BC) by three wives was: (4A)Pheras II = Roxane, daughter of King Herod by 7th wife (4B) son [name unsure], = Salome [II], d...

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Phaedra (deceased)

Wagner, Sir Anthony Richard; ‘Pedigree and Progress: Essays in the Genealogical Interpretation of History’

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Phasael 'by Herod' of Judaea (c.-16 - d.)

Pallas married Herod the Great in 16BCE, and produced a son, Phasael of Judaea, named after Herod's brother, Phasael - who Josephus speaks of as a brave and noble man. [This Phasael's] son, who likewis...

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Pallas (deceased)

Pallas married Herod the Great in 16BCE, and produced a son, Phasael of Judeaa. Without any substantiating sources, Charles Pope suggests that "Antipater fulfilled his role as "Reuben" by having a so...

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Herod of Judaea MP (c.-23 - d.)

Cleopatra of Jerusalem was a woman who lived in the 1st century BC during the Roman Empire. She is remembered as one of the wives of King of Judea Herod the Great. There is a possibility that Cleopat...

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Cleopatra of Jerusalem MP (deceased)

Cleopatra of Jerusalem Cleopatra of Jerusalem was a woman who lived in the 1st century BC during the Roman Empire. She is remembered as one of the wives of King of Judea Herod the Great. There is a p...

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Aretas IV 'Philopatris', King of Nabataea (deceased)

Aretas IV Philopatris was the King of the Nabataeans from roughly 9 BC to AD 40. His full title, as given in the inscriptions, was "Aretas, King of the Nabataeans, Friend of his People." Being the most...

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Malthace of Samaria (b. - -4)

Malthace (Greek: Μαλθάκη) was a Samaritan woman who lived in the latter half of the 1st century BC. She was one of the wives of Herod the Great and the ...

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Rabbi Eliezer ben Horkanos MP (deceased)

Eliezer ben Hyrcanus (the surname coming from the father's Hellenized name) אליעזר בן הורקנוס&#x...

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Rabbi Simeon ben Hillel HaNasi MP (b. - c.20)

Shimon ben Hillel, שמעון בן הלל About Shimon ben Hillel very little is known. He was the son of Hillel the Elder, and when Hillel d...

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Shebna Brother of Hillel (deceased)

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Rabban Gamliel II of Yavne MP (c.55 - c.118)

Rabban Gamliel, רבן גמליאל דיבנה‎ was the first person to lead the sanhedrin as nasi after the f...

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Hillel Hazaken - 'The Elder' grandfather of Gamaliel I MP (c.-110 - c.10)

Hillel the Elder הלל הזקן (author of "The Golden Rule") Hillel (הלל) (born Babylon traditionally c.110BCE-10CE in Jerusalem) was a ...

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Rabban Shimon II ben Gamliel MP (-10 - 70)

Shimon II ben Gamliel I , שמעון השני בן גמליאל הראש&#x...

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bat Gamliel I Hazaken daughter of Gamaliel MP (deceased)

Gamaliel the Elder /ɡəˈmeɪljəl/,[1] or Rabban Gamaliel I (רבן גמליאל הזקן...

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Gd.dau. of Gamliel I "the old" granddaughter of Gamaliel (deceased)

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Shimon ben Nathanael haCohen (deceased)

רבי שמעון בן נתנאל

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Rabban Gamliel I Hazaken MP (b. - 68)

Gamaliel the Elder , or Rabbi Gamaliel I (גמליאל הזקן; Greek: Γαμαλιήλ �...

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Martha daughter of Boethus (c.14 - d.)

MARTHA, DAUGHTER OF BOETHUS by Chana Safrai Martha, daughter of Boethus, was a widow from the respected Boethus family of Jerusalem who remarried a future High Priest of Israel. According to traditio...

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Joshua 'Jesus' ben Gamla / Gamaliel, High Priest of Iudaea MP (c.34 - c.68)

JOSHUA (Jesus) BEN GAMLA : A high priest who officiated about 64 C.E. He married the rich widow Martha of the high-priestly family Boethos (Yeb. vi. 4), and she by bribing Agrippa II. (not Jannai, ...

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Boethus of Alexandria (deceased)

According to Josephus: 'There was one Simon, a citizen of Jerusalem, the son of one Boethus, a citizen of Alexandria, and a priest of great note there ; this man had a daughter, who was esteemed the mo...

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Mariamne II Boethus (c.-45 - d.)

Mariamme (II) was the daughter of Simon son of Boethus, the High Priest. After the execution of Mariamne (I) the Hasmonean, Herod met Mariamme II and fell in love with her because of her beauty. In ord...

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Cypros , Princess of Judaea MP (c.-32 - d.)

Birth Date: Estimated around time period between her elder sister's birth & her mother's death. Was Mariamne Hasmonean's daughter's name Cypros or Mariamne? Cypros, according to Josephus The Anti...

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Herodes MP (c.-148 - d.)

Sir Anthony Richard Wagner, Pedigree and Progress: Essays in the Genealogical Interpretation of History (1975) lists Antipater I's father as Herodes b c148 BCE

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Titus Flavius Sabinus, Consul 47 MP (c.8 - 69)

Wagner, Sir Anthony Richard; ‘Pedigree and Progress: Essays in the Genealogical Interpretation of History’ has him as the 3rd husband of Mariamne III - but see Discussion looking for evid...

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Phasaelis of Nabataea (deceased)

Aretas IV Philopatris was the King of the Nabataeans from roughly 9 BC to AD 40... His daughter Phasaelis married Herod Antipas, otherwise known as Herod the Tetrarch. When Herod divorced Phasaelis to ...

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Herod Antipas,Tetrarch of Galilee and Perea MP (c.-21 - c.40)

Herod Antipas (21BCE - 39ACE), tetrarch of Galilee and Perea (4BCE- 39ACE), son of Herod the Great. Although comparatively little is known of his reign, he appears to have governed ably. Antipas posses...

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Philip, Tetrarch of Judaea MP (c.-22 - 34)

Philip: Jewish leader, ruled between 4 BCE and 34 CE in the southwest of what is now Syria. Philip was the son of the Jewish king Herod the Great and his wife Cleopatra of Jerusalem. He was married to ...

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Gaius Julius Quadratus Bassus, I MP (c.75 - 117)

__________ Wagner, Sir Anthony Richard; ‘Pedigree and Progress: Essays in the Genealogical Interpretation of History’ Gaius Julius Quadratus Bassus (70–117), a Romanized Gala...

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Herod of Chalcis (deceased)

Wagner, Sir Anthony Richard; ‘Pedigree and Progress: Essays in the Genealogical Interpretation of History’ ___________

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Agrippa of Chalcis (deceased)

Wagner, Sir Anthony Richard; ‘Pedigree and Progress: Essays in the Genealogical Interpretation of History’ ___________

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Aristobulos of Chalcis (deceased)

Wagner, Sir Anthony Richard; ‘Pedigree and Progress: Essays in the Genealogical Interpretation of History’ ___________

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Iotapa II MP (deceased)

Do not confuse her with her mother, who was also named Iotapa . The Loeb Family Tree and other sources erroneously say Iotapa II was Priestess-Queen of Emesa, and married Sampsigeratnus II . In fact, t...

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Iotapa of Emesa MP (deceased)

Do not confuse her with her mother, also named Iotapa . From Wikipedia: Iotapa was a Syrian Princess from the Royal family of Emesa who lived in the 1st century AD. She was the daughter of King Sam...

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Aristobulos of Chalcis (deceased)

Aristobulus of Chalcis was a son of Herod of Chalcis and his first wife Mariamne, hence a great-grandson of Herod the Great. In 55 AD, he was appointed by Nero as King of Armenia Minor, and participa...

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Mariamne Daughter of Joseph & Olympias (b. - c.43)

Herod of Chalcis (d. 48 AD), also known as Herod V, was a son of Aristobulus IV, and the grandson of Herod the Great, Roman client king of Judaea.... His first wife was his cousin, Mariamne.[^ This Mar...

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Drusilla of Mauretania (c.-5 - d.)

Drusilla of Mauretania (Drusilla in Greek: η Δρουσìλλη) was a princess of Mauretania, the youngest child of queen Cleopatra Selene ...

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Julia Urania -parni parthia, Queen of Mauretania MP (c.-5 - 35)

Julia Urania From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Julia Urania Born flourished 1st century Title Queen of Mauretania Spouse Ptolemy of Mauretania Children Princes...

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Drusilla of Mauretania MP (c.38 - d.)

Drusilla of Mauretania (Greek: Δρουσìλλη, 38-79) was a Princess of Mauretania, North Africa and was the great grandchild of Ptolemaic Gree...

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Marcus Antonius Pallas MP (deceased)

Marcus Antonius Pallas (c. 1–63) was a prominent Greek freedman and secretary during the reigns of the Roman Emperors Claudius and Nero. His younger brother was Marcus Antonius Felix, a procurat...

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NN 3rd Wife of Marcus Antonius Felix (deceased)

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Marcus Junius Rufus (deceased)

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Claudia Capitolina MP (deceased)

Claudia Capitolina (Greek: η Κλαuδία Καπιτωλίνα) was an Egyptian Greek woman who l...

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Julia Balbilla, Court Poet MP (72 - c.130)

Julia Balbilla (Greek: η Ιουλία Βαλβίλλα, 72 – after 130) was a noble Roman woman and a p...

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Gaius Julius Antiochus Epiphanes Philopappos, Prince of Commagene MP (65 - d.)

Gaius Julius Antiochus Epiphanes Philopappos or Philopappus, (Greek: ὁ Γαίος Ιούλιος Αντ...

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Naevius Sutorius Macro, Praetorian Prefect (-21 - 38)

Quintus Naevius Cordus Sutorius Macro (21 BC - 38 AD) was a prefect of the Praetorian Guard, from 31 until 38, serving under the Roman Emperors Tiberius and Caligula. Upon falling out of favour, he com...

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Aka of Media Atropatene MP (deceased)

Aka II of Commagene, also known as Aka II (Greek: η Άκα) was a Princess from the Kingdom of Commagene, who lived between the 1st century BC and 1st century. She was of Armen...

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Tiberius Claudius Thrasyllus MP (c.-30 - 36)

Thrasyllus of Mendes, whose full name was Tiberius Claudius Thrasyllus (flourished late 1st century BCE & 1st century, died 36 CE, Greek: Τιβέριος...

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Caligula, Roman Emperor MP (12 - 41)

CALIGULA(Latin: Gaius Julius Caesar Augustus Germanicus;[1] 31 August 12 AD – 24 January 41 AD), also known as Gaius, was Roman Emperor from 37 AD to 41 AD. Caligula was a member of the house of...

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Tiberius Claudius Balbillus MP (c.5 - c.70)

Tiberius Claudius Balbillus or Balbilus, also known as ‘Balbillus the Wise‘ (Greek: Τιβερίος Κλαύ;...

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Gaius Julius Archelaus Antiochus Epiphanes MP (38 - 92)

Gaius Julius Archelaus Antiochus Epiphanes, also known as Julius Archelaus Epiphanes; Epiphanes; Gaius Julius Antiochus Epiphanes or simply known as Gaius (Greek: ο Γαί...

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Titus, Roman Emperor MP (39 - 81)

Consort to (about 62) Wives Marcia Furnilla (64) Offspring Julia Flavia Dynasty Flavian dynasty Father Vespasian Mother Domitilla --- Ancestry of Titus Herself 1. Titus Father 2. Emperor Vespa...

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Berenicianus Chalcis of Judea (c.45 - d.)

[Berenicianus's mother] "Berenice was probably born in Rome to Agrippa and Cyprus, before her father became king in 36 C.E. Thus she was Herod the Great’s great-granddaughter. After her father&#...

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Philon Philo of Alexandria MP (-20 - 50)

Philon (20 BCE – 50 ACE), known also as Philo of Alexandria (gr. Φίλων ὁ Ἀλεξανδρεύ...

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N.N. 1st wife of Pheroras, Hasmonean Princess (deceased)

Pheroras (Φερώρας; Pherṓras). Youngest son of Antipater [4], born c. 68 BC probably in Marissa (Idumaea), died c. 5 BC. His first marriage was to...

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NN 2nd wife of Phereros, a 'slave-girl' (deceased)

Pheroras’s Wife. This woman, who is one of the few Herodian women who remain nameless, was apparently an important character in Herod’s court, and was made of a different cloth altogether...

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Hyrcanus II Hasmonean Dynasty, High Priest & King MP (c.-100 - -30)

HYRCANUS II (d. 30 BCE), king of Judea from 67 to 63 BCE, the son of Salome Alexandra and Alexander Jannaeus. In 76 bc he was appointed high priest by his mother, then ruler of Judea, and after her dea...

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Alexandra II (bat Hyrcanus) Hasmonean MP (c.-63 - c.-28)

Alexandra (d. 26 B.C.E.). We know more about this woman, as well as her name, because she lived much of her life in the Herodian court. Nicolaus of Damascus, Herod’s court historian, who usual...

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Cypros - Kypros - Kufra of Nabatea- Arabia (-100 - -43)

Cyprus (I). Herod’s father, Antipater the Idumean, was the son of forced converts who became Jews during the reign of John Hyrcanus (135–104 C.E.). His acceptance of Judaism seemed to hav...

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NN son of Herod the Great & Mariamne I (deceased)

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Augustus Caesar, 'Octavian' MP (-63 - 14)

His other Profile (as adopted son of Julius Caesar) see: Augustus ------------------------------------------------------- Links from wikipedia Augustus 1st Emperor of the Roman Empire Fathe...

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