Greek2453. Ioudaios -- Jewish, a Jew, Judea ...
Word Origin from Ioudas Definition Jewish, a Jew, Judea
NASB Word Usage Jew (21),
Jewess (1), Jewish (8), Jews (163), Judea
(46). Jewess, of Judaea
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2449. Ioudaia -- Judaea.
... Ioudaia Phonetic Spelling: (ee-oo-dah'-yah) Short Definition: Judea Definition:
Judea, a Roman province, capital Jerusalem. Word Origin see Ioudaios. Judaea. ...
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Strong's Hebrew3061. Yehud -- the S. kingdom, named for one of the twelve tribes...
Jewry, Judah, Judea
. (Aramaic) contracted from a form corresponding to Yhuwdah;
properly, Judah, hence, Judaea
-- Jewry, Judah, Judea
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Chronology of the Apostolic Age.
... Revolt of "Judas of Galilee." Coponius Procurator of Judaea. Marcus Ambivius Procurator. ...
Maryllus appointed Hipparch. Herod Agrippa I King of Judea and Samaria. ...
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The Roman Power.
... Thus Judea, by her own fault, fell under the dominion of the fourth power ... the Parthians,
the descendants of the old Persians, and bursting into Judaea when the ...
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... law sitting by, which were come out of every town of Galilee, and Judea and Jerusalem ...
Men had come to Capernaum from every town in Galilee, and Judaea, and from ...
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... saying ye yourselves know, which was published throughout all Judaea, beginning
from ... secretly, in a corner, but being proclaimed throughout all Judea; and how ...
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The Birth of John Foretold. Chs. 1:5-25
... 5 There was in the days of Herod, king of Judaea, a certain priest named ... Zacharias"
and his wife Elisabeth, who lived in the hill country of Judea, south of ...
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The Preaching of John. Ch. 3:1-20
... of the reign of Tiberius Caesar, Pontius Pilate being governor of Judaea, and Herod ...
Tiberius Caesar; he next names Pilate, the governor of Judea who attained ...
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The House of Zacharias.
... History of the Baptist"God's Hidden Ones"The Hill Country of Judea"A Childless ... of
hills, which is the beginning of "the hill country of Judaea" (Luke 1:39 ...
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... that the first propagators of Christianity at Jerusalem and in Judea, under the ... vetus
et contans opinio, esse in fatis, ut eo tempore Judaea profecti rerum ...
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Chronology of the Life of Christ.
... of Tiberius Caesar, Pontius Pilate being governor (hegemoneuontos) of Judaea, and
Herod ... meant to say that there was no previous enrolment in Judea, or, more ...
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Fathers and Children'
... remember that Malachi says, that the hearts of the parents in Judea needed turning ...
great and terrible day of the Lord come; and that nation, like Judaea of old ...
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Smith's Bible DictionaryJudaea or Judea
(from Judah), a territorial division which succeeded to the overthrow of the ancient landmarks of the tribes of Israel and Judah in their respective captivities. The word first occurs (Daniel 5:13) Authorized Version "Jewry," and the first mention of the "province of Judea" is in the book of Ezra, (Ezra 5:8) It is alluded to in (Nehemiah 11:3) (Authorized Version "Judah"). In the apocryphal books the word "province" is dropped, and throughout them and the New Testament the expressions are "the land of Judea," "Judea." In a wide and more improper sense, the term Judea was sometimes extended to the whole country of the Canaanites, its ancient inhabitants; and even in the Gospels we read of the coasts of Judea "beyond Jordan." (Matthew 19:1; Mark 10:1) Judea was, in strict language, the name of the third district, west of the Jordan and south of Samaria. It was made a portion of the Roman province of Syria upon the deposition of Archelaus, the ethnarch of Judea, in A.D. 6, and was governed by a procurator, who was subject to the governor of Syria.
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