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Of Latin origin; the praetorium or governor's courtroom (sometimes including the
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When Jesus to the Judgment Hall
... CHRISTMAS When Jesus to the judgment hall. 6,6,8,6,8,8. I. When Jesus to the judgment
hall. By cruel men was led,. He wore a purple robe of scorn,. ...
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In Pilate's Judgment Hall
... The DESIRE of AGES Chapter 77 In Pilate's Judgment Hall. ... In the judgment hall of
Pilate, the Roman governor, Christ stands bound as a prisoner. ...
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John Chapter xviii. 28-32.
... 2. "And it was morning; and they themselves," that is, those who brought Jesus,
"went not into the judgment hall," to wit, into that part of the house which ...
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Christ Before Pilate.
... Hence, early upon that Friday morning, the great dignitaries of Israel were assembled
before the hated judgment hall of Pilate, a building they could not enter ...
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Further, the Martyrdom of Barsamya, the Bishop of the Blessed City ...
... the day after Lysinus,  the judge of the country, had heard the case of Sharbil
the priest; as the judge was sitting in his judgment-hall, the Sharirs of ...
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Art Thou a King?
... ART THOU A KING? 'Then led they Jesus from Caiaphas unto the hall of judgment: and
it was early; and they themselves went not into the judgment hall, lest they ...
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Antony, However, According to his Custom, Returned Alone to his ...
... And he was very zealous in the judgment hall to stir up to readiness those who were
summoned when in their contest, while those who were being martyred he ...
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Of the Absence of any Discrepancies in the Accounts which the ...
... He proceeds thus: "And they themselves went not into the judgment-hall, lest
they should be defiled; but that they might eat the passover. ...
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A Homily on Guria and Shamuna, Composed by Mar Jacob.
... With guilelessness and yet with wisdom stood they in the judgment-hall,. ... Nor guileless
only: for in the judgment-hall with the wisdom of serpents too. ...
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"The Lord is Risen"
... In this glorified Being they beheld the prisoner whom they had seen in the judgment
hall, the one for whom they had plaited a crown of thorns. ...
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International Standard Bible EncyclopediaJudgment Hall
juj'-ment hol (to praitorion, "Then led they Jesus.... unto the hall of judgment.... and they themselves went not into the judgment hall" (John 18:28 the King James Version); "Then Pilate entered into the judgment hall again" (John 18:33 the King James Version); "(Pilate) went again into the judgment hall" (John 19:9); "He commanded him to be kept in Herod's judgment hall" (Acts 23:35)):
"Judgment hall" is one of the ways in which the King James Version translates praitorion, which it elsewhere renders "Praetorium" (Mark 15:16); "the common hall" (Matthew 27:27). In this passage the English Revised Version renders it "palace"; in John 18:33; John 19:9 Acts 23:35, "palace" is also given by the English Revised Version; in Philippians 1:13, the King James Version renders, "palace," while the Revised Version (British and American) gives "the praetorian guard." Praitorion accordingly is translated in all these ways, "Praetorium," "the common hall," "the judgment hall," "the palace," "the praetorian guard." In the passages In the Gospels, the American Standard Revised Version renders uniformly "Praetorium."
The word originally meant the headquarters in the Roman camp, the space where the general's tent stood, with the camp altar; the tent of the commander-in-chief. It next came to mean the military council, meeting in the general's tent. Then it came to be applied to the palace in which the Roman governor or procurator of a province resided. In Jerusalem it was the magnificent palace which Herod the Great had built for himself, and which the Roman procurators seem to have occupied when they came from Caesarea to Jerusalem to transact public business.
Praitorion in Philippians 1:13 has been variously rendered, "the camp of the praetorian soldiers," "the praetorian guard," etc. For what is now believed to be its true meaning, see PRAETORIUM.
Smith's Bible DictionaryJudgment Hall
The word praetorium is so translated five times in the Authorized Version of the New Testament, and in those five passages it denotes two different places.
- In (John 18:28,33; 19:9) it is the residence which Pilate occupied when he visited Jerusalem. The site of Pilate's praetorium in Jerusalem has given rise to much dispute, some supposing it to be the palace of King Herod, others the tower of Antonia; but it was probably the latter, which was then and long afterward the citadel of Jerusalem.
- In (Acts 23:35) Herod's judgment hall or praetorium in Caesarea was doubtless a part of that magnificent range of buildings the erection of which by King Herod is described in Josephus. The word "palace," or "Caesar's court." in the Authorized Version of (Philemon 1:13) is a translation of the same word praetorium. It may here have denoted the quarter of that detachment of the praetorian guards which was in immediate attendance upon the emperor, and had barracks in Mount Palatine at Rome.
Judgment: According to Opportunity and Works
Judgment: The General
The Judgment of Christians, by the Gospel
The Judgment of Heathen, by the Law of Conscience
The Judgment of Jews, by the Law of Moses
The Judgment: A Day Appointed For
The Judgment: A First Principle of the Gospel
The Judgment: Called The: Day of Destruction
The Judgment: Called The: Day of Judgment and Perdition of Ungodly Men
The Judgment: Called The: Day of Wrath
The Judgment: Called The: Judgment of the Great Day
The Judgment: Called The: Revelation of the Righteous Judgment of God
The Judgment: Christ Will Acknowledge Saints At
The Judgment: Devils Shall be Condemned At
The Judgment: Final Punishment of the Wicked Will Succeed
The Judgment: Neglected Advantages Increase Condemnation At
The Judgment: None, by Nature Can Stand In
The Judgment: Perfect Love Will Give Boldness In
The Judgment: Predicted in the Old Testament
The Judgment: Saints Shall be Rewarded At
The Judgment: Saints Shall Sit With Christ In
The Judgment: Saints Shall, Through Christ, be Enabled to Stand In
The Judgment: Shall be Administered by Christ
The Judgment: Shall be Held Upon: All Men
The Judgment: Shall be Held Upon: All Nations
The Judgment: Shall be Held Upon: Quick and Dead
The Judgment: Shall be Held Upon: Small and Great
The Judgment: Shall be Held Upon: The Righteous and Wicked
The Judgment: Shall be in Righteousness
The Judgment: Shall be of All: Actions
The Judgment: Shall be of All: Thoughts
The Judgment: Shall be of All: Words
The Judgment: Shall Take Place at the Coming of Christ
The Judgment: The Books Shall be Opened At
The Judgment: The Certainty of, a Motive to Faith
The Judgment: The Certainty of, a Motive to Holiness
The Judgment: The Certainty of, a Motive to Prayer and Watchfulness
The Judgment: The Certainty of, a Motive to Repentance
The Judgment: The Wicked Dread
The Judgment: The Wicked Shall be Condemned In
The Judgment: The Word of Christ Shall be a Witness Against the Wicked In
The Judgment: Time of, Unknown to Us
The Judgment: Warn the Wicked of
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