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Author Jensen, Morten Hørning, 1972- author.

Title Herod Antipas in Galilee : the literary and archaeological sources on the reign of Herod Antipas and its socio-economic impact on Galilee / Morten Hørning Jensen
Edition 2nd ed
Published Tübingen : Mohr Siebeck, 2006
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Description 1 online resource (xiv, 316 pages )
Series Wissenschaftliche Untersuchungen zum Neuen Testament. 2. Reihe ; 215
Wissenschaftliche Untersuchungen zum Neuen Testament. 2. Reihe ; 215.
Contents Cover; Dedication; Preface to the Second Edition; Acknowledgements; Table of Contents; Abbreviations and Preliminary Remarks; Tables and Figures; Part I: Settings; Chapter 1. Approaching Herod Antipas; 1.1 All Roads Lead to Galilee; 1.1.1 Historical Jesus Research; 1.1.2 Four Important Issues; 1.2 Urban-Rural Relations -- Conflict or Harmony?; 1.2.1 Two Pictures of Galilee; 1.2.2 'A Picture of Harmony' -- Reciprocal Urban-Rural Relations; 1.2.3 'A Picture of Conflict' -- Parasitic Urban-Rural Relations; 1.2.4 The Question of Sociological Models; 1.3 Research on Herod Antipas
1.3.1 German Research of the Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Century1.3.2 Popular Scholarly Works; 1.3.3 Recent Research on Antipas; Chapter 2. Procedure of the Investigation; 2.1 Research Area; 2.2 Main Problem; 2.3 Methodology; 2.4 Focus; 2.5 Outline; Part II: Sources; Chapter 3. Herod Antipas and Josephus; 3.1 Introduction; 3.2 Josephus as a Writer of History; 3.2.1 Per Bilde; 3.2.2 James S. McLaren; 3.2.3 Uriel Rappaport; 3.2.4 Steve Mason; 3.2.5 Klaus-Stefan Krieger; 3.2.6 Approaching Josephus; 3.3 The Context; 3.3.1 Antipater, the Founder of the Herodian Dynasty; 3.3.2 Herod the Great
3.3.3 Archelaos3.3.4 The Fourth Philosophy; 3.3.5 Pilate; 3.3.6 Philip the Tetrarch; 3.3.7 Agrippa I; 3.3.8 Life; 3.3.9 Partial Conclusion; 3.4 Herod Antipas in the Writings of Josephus; 3.4.1 Introduction; 3.4.2 Herod Antipas and Rome; 3.4.3 Herod Antipas and the Jewish Nation and Religion; 3.4.4 Partial Conclusion; 3.5 Chapter Conclusions; Chapter 4. Herod Antipas in Other Written Sources; 4.1 Introduction; 4.2 Traditions in Greek and Latin Writings; 4.2.1 The Division of the Kingdom of Herod the Great; 4.2.2 The Downfall of Archelaos; 4.2.3 Pilate's Votive Shields and the Jewish Embassy
4.3 The New Testament4.3.1 Herod Antipas and Jesus in Mark and Matthew; 4.3.2 Antipas and John the Baptist in Mark and Matthew; 4.3.3 Herod Antipas and Luke -- The Trial of Jesus; Luke 3:19-20; Luke 9:7-9; Luke 13:31-33; Luke 23:1-15; Acts 4:27; 4.3.4 Partial Conclusion; 4.4 Chapter Conclusions; Chapter 5. Herod Antipas and the Archaeology of Galilee; 5.1 Introduction; 5.2 Archaeological Theory and Methodology; 5.2.1 Archaeological Methodology; 5.2.2 Archaeological Theory; 5.2.3 Partial Conclusion; 5.3 Tiberias; 5.3.1 The History of Tiberias; 5.3.2 First-Century Tiberias According to Josephus
5.3.3 Archaeological Material from the First CenturyThe Southern Gate and the Cardo; Wall 302, Possibly an Early-first-century Wall; Portions of a Magnificent Marble Floor and Wall Structures; Remnants of the Stadium; Lead Weights and Coins; Future Excavations; 5.3.4 Archaeological Material from Later Periods; 5.3.5 Partial Conclusion; 5.4 Sepphoris; 5.4.1 The History of Sepphoris; 5.4.2 Roman Sepphoris According to Archaeological Material; The Water System; The Western Summit; The Theatre; The Roman Mansion with the Dionysos Mosaic; The Eastern Lower Plateau; 5.4.3 Partial Conclusion
5.5 A Regional Perspective -- Villages of Lower Galilee
Summary HauptbeschreibungIn this excellent, thoroughly-researched and thoughtful study, J. aims to steer a path between these divergent views, and to provide a way out of what has become a scholarly impasse. [.] J.'s study is a model of sober scholarship. [.] this is a fine study that will undoubtedly become the standard discussion of Antipas for some time to come."Helen Bond in Theologische Literaturzeitung 133 (2008), pp. 379-381 "Jensen has written a persuasive and comprehensive study on Antipas and his impact on Galilee. He has given us significant background information to our understandin
Notes Originally presented as the author's thesis (doctoral)--Aarhus Universitet, Aarhus, Denmark, 2005
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 261-285) and indexes
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Subject Herod Antipas, Tetrarch of Galilee.
Herod Antipas, Tetrarch of Galilee.
Jews -- Kings and rulers -- Biography.
Jews -- Kings and rulers.
Galilee (Israel) -- History
Rome -- History -- Empire, 30 B.C.-284 A.D.
Israel -- Galilee.
Rome (Empire)
Genre/Form Biographies.
History.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 316151565X
9783161515651