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Agrippa I

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Agrippa I: (c. 10 BCE-44 CE) Grandson of Herod. He was appointed by the Roman Emperor to rule over Judea and was pious and kind to his subjects. During his reign, the Jews began to prosper and live comfortably. The Sages of the time accorded him great respect. He died suddenly at the games in Cæsarea in 44 CE.
c. 41 CE
Agrippa I, appointed by the Roman Emperor to rule over Judea, was pious and kind to his subjects. During his reign, the Jews began to prosper and live comfortably. The Sages of the time accorded him great respect. Agrippa I started construction to repair,...
Jewish society was splintered by groups that hated each other -- and even fought among themselves.
A biblical history of the Jews
Destruction of the Second Temple
This class continues to describe the reign of the Herodian kings and the events leading to the fall of the Holy Temple to the Roman Emperor, Titus.
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