Judas of Galilee
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Archelaus's Ethnarchy is Reduced into a [Roman] Province. The ...
... CHAPTER 8. Archelaus's Ethnarchy Is Reduced Into A [Roman] Province. The
Sedition Of Judas Of Galilee. The Three Sects. 1. And now ...
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The Time of his Appearance among Men.
... at that time, of which also Luke, among our writers, has made mention in the Acts,
in the following words: "After this man rose up Judas of Galilee in the days ...
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How Judas Subdued the Nations Round About; and How Simon Beat the ...
... Judas left generals [of the rest of his forces] at the same time when Simon was
in Galilee, fighting against the people of Ptolemais, and Judas himself, and ...
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Concerning Theudas and the Sons of Judas the Galilean; as Also ...
... And besides this, the sons of Judas of Galilee were now slain; I mean of that Judas
who caused the people to revolt, when Cyrenius came to take an account of ...
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The Last Events in Galilee - the Tribute-Money, the Dispute by the ...
... we know to have been inflicted by Augustus, was actually practised by the Romans
in Galilee on some of the leaders of the insurrection under Judas of Galilee. ...
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... {14}. After the death of Herod the Great the Romans made a census of his country,
and a certain Judas of Galilee endeavoured to raise an active rebellion. ...
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The Wars of the Jews or History of the Destruction of Jerusalem
... CHAPTER 8. Archelaus's Ethnarchy Is Reduced Into A [Roman] Province. The Sedition
Of Judas Of Galilee. The Three Sects. CHAPTER 9. The Death Of Salome. ...
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The Ministry in Galilee --Its Aim and Method
... The province which provided a following to Judas of Galilee a generation earlier
than the public ministry of Jesus, and which under John of Gischala furnished ...
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... 221. Judah, [229]169, [230]171, [231]175, [232]182, [233]187. Judas Maccabæus,
[234]77. Judas of Galilee, [235]119. Jude, quotation ...
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Landmarks in the History of Early Christianity
... 92, 120, 122, 124, 125, 129, 130 Joppa, 59, 86 Josephus, 14 Judaea, 13 Judaism,
40, 80, 87, 90 Judaistic controversy, 60 Judas of Galilee, 14, 31 Judgement, the ...
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International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
Judas of Galilee


(ho Galilaios): Mentioned in Acts 5:37 as the leader of an insurrection occasioned by the census of Quirinius in 7 A.D. (see QUIRINIUS). He, and those who obeyed him, it is said, perished in that revolt. Josephus also repeatedly mentions Judas by this same name, "the Galilean," and speaks of his revolt (Ant., XVIII, i, 6; XX, v, 2; BJ, II, viii, 1; xviii, 8; VII, viii, 1), but in Ant, XVIII, i, names him a Gaulonite, of the city of Gamala. As Gamala was in Gaulonitis, not far from the eastern shore of the Sea of Galilee, it may be regarded as belonging to that province. The party of Judas seems to have been identified with the Zealots.

James Oar

Smith's Bible Dictionary
Judas of Galilee

the leader of a popular revolt "in the days of the taxing" (i.e. the census, under the prefecture of P. Sulp. Quirinus, A.D. 6, A.U.C. 759), referred to by Gamaliel in his speech before the Sanhedrin. (Acts 5:37) According to Josephus, Judas was a Gaulonite of the city of Gamala, probably taking his name of Galilean from his insurrection having had its rise in Galilee. The Gaulonites, as his followers were called, may be regarded as the doctrinal ancestors of the Zealots and Sicarii of later days.



Judas (Jude): A Disciple Who Hosted Paul

Judas (Jude): An Apostle, Probably Identical With Lebbaeus, or Thaddaeus

Judas (Jude): of Galilee, Who Stirred up a Sedition Among the Jews Soon After the Birth of Jesus

Judas (Jude): One of the Physical Half-Brothers of Jesus

Judas (Jude): Surnamed "Barsabas": A Christian Sent to Antioch of Syria With Paul and Barnabas

Judas (Jude): Surnamed "Iscariot" by his Bargaining to Betray Jesus for a Sum of Money

Judas (Jude): Surnamed "Iscariot" by his Protest Against the Breaking of the Container of Ointment

Judas (Jude): Surnamed "Iscariot": Betrays the Lord Jesus

Judas (Jude): Surnamed "Iscariot": Chosen As an Apostle

Judas (Jude): Surnamed "Iscariot": Hangs Himself

Judas (Jude): Surnamed "Iscariot": His Apostasy

Judas (Jude): Surnamed "Iscariot": Prophecies Concerning

Judas (Jude): Surnamed "Iscariot": Returns the Money to the Rulers of the Jews

Judas (Jude): Surnamed "Iscariot": The Treasurer of the Disciples

Judas (Jude): The Brother of James and Probably the Writer of the Epistle of Jude

Judas Barsabbas

Judas Iscariot

Judas Maccabaeus

Judas of Damascus

Judas of Galilee

Judas of James

Mortification: Judas Iscariot

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