Was King Herod married before he married Herodias?
Yes, Herod Antipas B.C. 4 - A.D. 39 was first married to the daughter of Aretas, an Arabian king of Petraea. Antipas was intrigued with Herodias, the wife of his half-brother, Philip I. Antipas and Herodias eloped and wed even though each were still married to their spouses.
King Herod, his brother's wife Herodias, and her daughter were involved in John the Baptist's death. Herodias' daughter performed a sensual dance to please King Herod, and he promised her anything that she wanted. She asked her mother what she should request, and Herodias told her daughter to ask for John the Baptist's head on a platter. Because King Herod gave his word, he was forced to give the daughter what she asked for, and… Read More
Herod's new wife that was his sister in law, Herodias' daughter (traditionally named Salome) danced before the king and his guests.
In the New Testament, Herodias had married Philip, the brother of King Herod Antipas. John the Baptist preached against this marriage which was incestuous according to Old Testament Law. Herod had John imprisoned but was afraid to execute the popular prophet. Herodias was furious that John had publicly condemned her and she "held it against him and wanted to kill him" (Mark 16:19). Her chance came when Herodias's daughter danced at a feast Herod gave… Read More
This Herod was Herod Antipas, younger son of Herod the Great. Not a king, he was Tetrarch of Gallilee following his father's death. The daughter of Herodias danced in his court on the occasion of his birthday. Although she is not named, she is usually assumed to have been Salome. As a reward for her dancing, Herod promised her whatever she wished. Prompted by her mother, she asked for the head of John the Baptist… Read More
King Herod Antipas. But despite common thinking, it was his wife, "Herodias" who despised John. But the King respected John as a person and holy man, and would not harm him. Herodias used her daughter, Salome, to dance seductively for John, which raised in him an unnatural lust for Salome. Herodias told the King that John had sinned, and was not worth saving. Herod agreed, and had John executed.
The wife of Herod the Great is not mentioned in the Bible. He is reported outside of the Bible to have had a number of wives. The wife of Herod Antipas was Herodias.
No. Solomon became king in 971 B.C. but the first king Herod started to be king in 46 B.C.
King Herod never had a wife named Cleopatra.
Early in his reign, Herod Antipas married Phasaelis, daughter of King Aretas IV of Nabatea. In 34 CE, he divorced her in order to marry Herodias, who had also divorced Antipas' brother, Philip, in order to marry him. It was this last marriage that led to the arrest and execution of John the Baptist, a strident critic of the affair.
Salome was the one who asked of King Herod the head of John the Baptist. Salome had pleased Herod by dancing before him and Herod asked her to choose a reward, even if it be have his kingdom. Salome consulted with her mother, Herodias, with whom Herod was having an affair. Angered by John's public condemnation of this adulterous affair, Herodias told Salome to ask for John's head. You can read this account in the… Read More
King Herod was the KING of Judea. At the time of Herod, Judea was not a Roman province but an independent allied kingdom, with the king (Herod) installed by Rome. King Herod was the KING of Judea. At the time of Herod, Judea was not a Roman province but an independent allied kingdom, with the king (Herod) installed by Rome. King Herod was the KING of Judea. At the time of Herod, Judea was not… Read More
No. Herod lived and died hundreds of years before Islam came into being.
Yesking Herod had married his brothers wife , and as John spoke out against it John was beheaded.
The cast of Salome - 2004 includes: Ato Essandoh as King Herod Melissa Riker as Salome Laura Schlachtmeyer as Queen Herodias
Philip was the son of the Jewish king Herod the Great and his wife Cleopatra of Jerusalem. He was married to his relative Salome.
Answer Herod Antipas had John the Baptist arrested and executed because of his public condemnation of Antipas' marriage in 34 CE to Herodias, who had been his brother's wife.
Herod was the king of Judea.
King Herod Antipas
King Herod was born in 73 BCE
Archelaus, Herod Antipas and Herod Phillip I
Herod the Great was king when Jesus was born.
When King Herod died, his son Herod Archelaus became the ruler of Judea as well as Samaria and Edom. He ruled from 4 BC to 6 AD. King Herod was also known as Herod the Great.
King Herod died a hideous death, when God struck down King Herod for taking his honor he was eaten by worms.
Simply Herod or Herod the king.
She was married to Chusa, the steward of King Herod. Nothing else is known about her family.
King Herod had John the Baptist executed at the request of his daughter in-law (Matthew 14:1-12). Herodias and and her daughter were probably sick and tired of hearing John the Baptist condemn the sinful and adulterous relationship between Herod and his brother's wife.
King Herod or Herod the Great.
he was married before he was king! when he was 8
King Herod was appointed King of Judea by the Romans in 37 BC.
Salome , to please her mother , asked of King Herod the head of John the Baptist because John had criticized the marriage of Herod and his wife Herodias who then sought revenge upon John through the seductive dance of her daughter Salome who , after being given a promise for anything by Herod , asked for the head of John . ~ (See Mark 6:14-29) .
The ruler was king Herod.
King Herod died, then Joseph , Mary and Jesus returned from Egypt.
King Herod was never a Hebrew. He was a Roman. Also, if you're a Hebrew (or Jew) you can't stop being a Hebrew. It's your ethnicity.
King Herod had heard that another King was born; and since there could only be one king he though Jesus had come to depose him. So he wanted to kill Jesus before Jesus could take the kingdom away from him.
king tut was king for 3 years before he got married
Herod's sons, particularly Antipas, were also at times known as 'Herod', but each only ruled a small part of Herod's original kingdom. Because of his military conquests and to avoid confusion, the elder King Herod is known as King Herod the Great.
Herodias' daughter made the actual demand, but Herodias put her up to it. Mark 6:21-25 - Then an opportune day came when Herod on his birthday gave a feast for his nobles, the high officers, and the chief men of Galilee. And when Herodias' daughter herself came in and danced, and pleased Herod and those who sat with him, the king said to the girl, "Ask me whatever you want, and I will give it… Read More
King Herod the Great died in April, 4 BCE. He died in Jericho.
No. He was the King of Jerusalem.
King Herod wanted the baby Jesus killed as he was afraid of another king.
A companion to and probably in an incestuous relationship to Herod Agrippa II (Acts 25:13); daughter of Herod Agrippa I, born probably around A.D. 28; married first to a person named Marcus, then to her own uncle Herod. Two sons were born from the latter union before Bernice was widowed in A.D. 48. Later she married Polemo, king of Cilicia. The Roman historian Tacitus says she was mistress of the Roman Emperor Titus.
The gospels say that Jesus was born during the reign of King Herod, who died in April 4 BCE. It seems an improbable coincidence if Jesus was born only shortly before the death of Herod, and Matthew implies that the birth must have occurred when Herod was still young enough to be concerned about a challenger for his throne. This would suggest that Jesus was no longer an infant when King Herod died. -- Herod… Read More
in the King James Version, apparently none But "Men of Valor" (31x) and "Man of Valor" (4x) do appear, which could be considered a type of hero. ///////////// I have not done that complete study, but hero appears 54 times within these words that I know of Herod (40) Herodians (3) Herodias (4) Herodias' (2) Herodion (1) Herod's (4) King James Statistics are at the link
The events of Hanukkah occurred some 150 years before his time.
Herod was king..
Herod was ethnically Arab but a practicing Jew.
King Herod, more specifically Herod Antipas (son of Herod the Great), who reigned from 4 BC to 39 AD.
Answer Herod the Great ruled as king in Jerusalem from 37 to 4 BCE.
Because he was afraid one of them was the foretold King of the Jews, and he thought that this king would take over his role as king and depose King Herod.
After Herod's death, his kingdom was divided among three of his sons. Herod Archelaus became king of Judaea Herod Antipas became Tetrarch of Galilee Herod Philip II became tetrarch of territories east of the Jordan