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  Archelaus
Archelaus, ethnarch of Judea, was the son of Herod the Great and Malthace[?] and brother of Herod Antipas[?].
Archelaus was deposed in the year 7 and banished to Vienne in France.
Archelaus is mentioned in the Gospel of Matthew 2:22, and the parable of the pounds in the Gospel of Luke 19:11-27 probably refers to his journey to Rome.
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 Dictionary of Greek and Roman Biography and Mythology, page 264 (v. 1)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
Archelaus is the union of the two : he was the last recognized leader of the former (succeeding Diogenes of Apollonia in that character), and added to the physical system of his teacher, Anaxagoras, some attempts at moral speculation.
Of the other doctrines of Archelaus we need only mention, that he asserted the earth to have the form of an egg, the sun being the largest of the stars ; and that he correctly accounted for speech by the motion of the air.
The style of the bas- relief, which is little, if at all, inferior to the best remains of Grecian art, confirms the supposition that Archelaus was the son of Apollonius of Rhodes [apollonius], and that he flourished in the first century of the Christian aera.
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 Archelaus Greek Philosopher   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
Archelaus was by birth an Athenian, and the son of Apollodorus.
It may be added that this twofold relation of Archelaus to his predecessors makes it very credible that, as Aetius tells us, he believed in innumerable worlds; both Anaxagoras and the older Ionians upheld that doctrine.
The cosmology of Archelaus, like that of Diogenes, has all the characteristics of the age to which it belonged -- an age of reaction, eclecticism, and investigation of detail.
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 The Handbook of Biblical Numismatics
Archelaus was appointed ethnarch ("Ruler of the Nation") over Judaea, Idumaea (the original homeland of his family), and Samaria.
But when he heard that Archelaus did reign in Judaea in the room of his father Herod, he was afraid to go thither notwithstanding, being warned by God in a dream, he turned aside into the parts of Galilee...
The most common coins of Herod Archelaus (4 BCE - 6 CE) are small prutahs featuring a bunch of grapes and a crested helmet with his name and title spelled out in Greek (#30), and a ship's prow and wreath with his name and title abbreviated.
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 King Herod Archelaus
Herod Archelaus was born in 23 BCE as the son of king Herod and his wife Malthace; he was full brother of Herod Antipas and a half brother of Philip.
Archelaus' troops were unable to cope with them, and the Roman governor of Syria, Publius Quinctilius Varus, had to intervene.
Herod Archelaus ruled so badly that the Jews and Samarians unitedly appealed to Rome to request that he should be deposed.
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 Joseph and Mary return to Nazareth. HR 9 Oct 2001
Archelaus had been raised and educated in Rome, in a private house, by a Jew, in contrast to his Hasmonean stepbrothers, who also received a Roman education in Rome, but in the imperial palace.
Augustus confirmed Archelaus as the ruler, or ethnarch, of Judea, Idumea and Samaria, but he withheld the title of "king", or basileus, until Archelaus would prove worthy of the same by quelling the rebellion, as his father Herod had conquered his own Kingdom.
Archelaus was granted permission to retire to his father's estates in what is today's Cote Azure of France, where he died as he had started, a private citizen of Rome.
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 ARCHELAUS OF ATHENS   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
ARCHELAUS OF ATHENS (’Αρχελαος)—the last representative of the Ionian school of philosophy of nature, a representative of its period of decline of eclecticism; b.
Archelaus came from Athens or Miletus and was the son of Apollodorus or, according to others, the son of Midon.
Archelaus was the first to incorporate some of the accomplishments of the physicists into ethics, in particular the discovery of the subjectivity sensory experiences and their extension to the area of moral convictions (Guthrie).
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 Uprisings after Herod
The kingship (of Judea and Samaria) was granted to Archelaus.
Archelaus was afraid that something terrible would develop from their desperation.
But when Archelaus sailed off to Rome and Varus [governor of Syria, 6-4 BCE] went to take care of Antioch, Sabinus [procurator of Syria] advanced on Jerusalem and took the king's [Herod's] possessions...
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 ARCHELAUS - LoveToKnow Article on ARCHELAUS   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
He was defeated by Aulus Lbinius and slain (55).
In 41 B.C. (according to others, 34), he was made king pa Cappadocia by Mark Antony, whom, however, he deserted fri ~er the battle of Actium.
Archelaus was said to have been the author L a geographical work, and to have written treatises On Stones Pr d Rivers.
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 History of the Macedonian People from Ancient times to the Present - Part IV, by Risto Stefov
Due to political and social changes in Thessaly, Archelaus was given the opportunity to intervene on behalf of the ruling faction for which he was awarded Larisan citizenship and the lands of Perrhaebia, an important strategic location to the west of Olympus which connects Macedonia to Thessaly.
Archelaus chose Pella to be his principle city because it gave him easy access to the many waterways which would provide him passage to a wider area than just the central Macedonian plain.
Archelaus was accidentally shot during a hunting accident in 399 BC and died of his wounds.
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 Proof Jesus was Born Near 1 BC   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
When Herod Archelaus inherited his kingdom, the kingdom was NOT split up yet, it was still as it was when it was being ruled by Herod the Great, nothing had changed other than Herod the Great had died.
His son Herod Archelaus inhereted the kingdom, intact, but with his brothers as lesser tetrarchs where Archelaus was basically the ruler of it all...
Archelaus lost the kingdom he'd inherited from his father Herod the Great, and got only a portion of the kingdom afterwards to rule as one of the three tetrarchs or joint rulers of the land.
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 ARCHELAUS OF MILETUS - LoveToKnow Article on ARCHELAUS OF MILETUS   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
Some argue that this is probably only di i attempt to connect Socrates with the lonian school; others A.g.
There is similar in iference of opinion as regards the statement that Archelaus re rmulated certain ethical doctrines.
In general, he followed in saxagoras, but in his cosmology he went back to the earlier be nians.
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 Appian's Roman History: The Mithridatic Wars
Archelaus was hedged in by rocks which, in a battle, would not allow his whole army to act in concert, as he could not bring them together by reason of the unevenness of the ground; and if they were routed their flight would be impeded by the rocks.
Archelaus did not dream of coming to an engagement at that time, for which reason he had been careless in choosing the place for his camp.
But Sulla moved to their aid with a large body of horse and Archelaus, feeling sure that it was Sulla who was approaching, for he saw the standards of the commander-in-chief, and a greater cloud of dust arising, released his grasp and began to resume his first position.
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 Sulla’s Offensive
Defended by Archelaus, the plan was nearly a disaster, as the walled port was in excellent defensive position with access to reinforcement by sea.
Archelaus joined this new army, and took over command upon the death of the commander of the force from Macedonia.
Archelaus, meanwhile, was given time to gather strength and recruit a new army on the island of Euboea.
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 The Roman Governors - by Paul L. Maier
Archelaus, they continued, had inaugurated his reign by slaughtering 3,000 Jews in the temple precincts to prove he was not a bastard son of Herod.
Archelaus also ruled with such cruelty that in the tenth year of his reign, both the Jews and the Samaritans accused him before Caesar.
He told Archelaus that the oxen signified suffering; the ears the number of years in his reign, which was now at an end.
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 Ante-Nicene Fathers, Vol. VI   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
Archelaus proceeded: If these, then, are the fruits, that is to say, the wicked deeds of men, it will follow that the men themselves will hold the place of the root and of the tree; for you have declared that they, produce fruits of this nature.
Archelaus said: If it is at all possible for one or another, or several, as you admit, not to sin, it is also possible for all to do the same; for they are all of one parent, and are all men of one lump.
Archelaus said: Surely when a full account of the devil has once been presented, and the dispensation set forth, any one now, with an ordinarily vigorous understanding, might simply, by turning the matter carefully over in his own mind, get an idea of who this is that is here called the father of the devil.
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 Archelaus Hammond II   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
PERSONAL DATA: Archelaus Hammond was a Planter from Massachusetts who settled in Nova Scotia in 1761 after the French and Indian War.
Upon their arrival they expropriated his lands, and Archelaus moved first to Jemseg, and then further upriver to Kingsclear, York Cty, where he and two sons obtained some 872 acres on three lots.
The town of Hammondville was established and the Hammond Cemetery located a mile to the south on One of the former Hammond land grants.
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 Archelaus biography .ms   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
He received the kingdom of Judea by the last will of his father, though a previous will had bequeathed it to his brother Antipas.
This violation of the Mosaic law and his continued cruelty roused the Jews, who complained to Augustus.
Archelaus was deposed in the year 6 and banished to Vienne in France.
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 # 1502 Captain ARCHELAUS TREFETHEN, Jr. / Captain GEORGE E. BRUCE TREFETHEN
ARCHELAUS F. BRUCE"] TREFETHEN (Henry6, John5, Henry4-3, Foster2, Henry1) was born in Kittery, c1812.
Archelaus F. Trefethen was taxed for property on Partridge Street in Portsmouth in 1838.
Archelaus F. Trefethen was a packet-master, resident on Water Street, in 1839, but he was G. Trefethen, master of the schooner Eurotas, by October 1850, and George E. Trefethen, master mariner, resident on Water Street, in 1851.
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 17 Aristobulus to Archelaus
So Archelaus contradicted them in nothing, since he pretended to do all things so as to get the good-will of the multitude to him, as looking upon that good-will to be a great step towards his preservation of the government.
Then did Archelaus order proclamation to be made to them all, that they should retire to their own homes; so they went away, and left the festival, out of fear of somewhat worse which would follow, although they had been so bold by reason of their want of instruction.
When Archelaus was entered on his ethnarchy, and was come into Judea, he accused Joazar, the son of Boethus, of assisting the seditious, and took away the high priesthood from him, and put Eleazar his brother in his place.
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 archelaus   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
SUBJECT: Information concerning Archelaus Yancey son of Charles is NOT found in most accounts of the Yancey family, so the compiler thought it would be a help to include in this compilation a letter written by Clarence L Yancey to Jean H Walker September 4, 1973.
I think that William D Yancey correctly shows the children of Archelaus, son of Charles, to be as follows: 1.
On August 15, 1784, Archelaus of Louisa County mortgaged to Charles Yancey of Louisa his interest in the estate of his father Archelaus, which establishes this second Archelaus as a son and this rounds out the family.
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 Herod's sons-Jerusalem through Coins
Herod Archelaus was given the areas of Judaea, Samaria and Idumaea to rule.
Herod Archelaus treated his subjects so brutally that he was removed and banished to Vienna in Gaul.
Matthew 2 22 But when he heard that (Herod) Archelaus reigned over Judea in place of his father Herod, he was afraid to go there, and being warned in a dream he withdrew to the district of Galilee.
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 Josephus Flavius: The Jewish Wars. Prophetic Fulfillment of Jewish History | History of Israel | Herod's Temple.
HE IS THERE ACCUSED BEFORE CAESAR BY ARCHELAUS went down now to the sea-side, with his mother and his friends, Poplas, and Ptolemy, and Nicolaus, and left behind him Philip, to be his steward in the palace, and to take care of his domestic affairs.
Salome also, and those with her, put the crimes which they accused Archelaus of in order, and put them into Caesar’s hands; and after they had done that, Archelaus wrote down the reasons of his claim, and, by Ptolemy, sent in his father’s ring, and his father’s accounts.
He also reproached him further, that his mourning for his father was only pretended, while he put on a sad countenance in the day time, but drank to great excess in the night; from which behavior, he said, the late disturbance among the multitude came, while they had an indignation thereat.
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 Archelaus --  Encyclopædia Britannica
Although he acceded to power illegally, Archelaus was a capable and beneficent ruler.
Archelaus seized the throne after murdering his uncle, his cousin, and his half brother, the legitimate heir.
Although Ionia was the original centre of their activity, they differed so greatly from one another in their conclusions that they cannot be said to have represented a specific school of philosophy.
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 Sylla by Plutarch
Archelaus professing his abhorrence of such treason, Sylla proceeded: "So you, Archelaus, a Cappadocian, and slave, or if it so please you friend, to a barbarian king, would not, upon such vast considerations, be guilty of what is dishonourable, and yet dare to talk to me, Roman general and Sylla, of treason?
For Archelaus being taken dangerously ill at Larissa, he stopped the march of the army, and took care of him, as if he had been one of his own captains, or his colleague in command.
The chief cause of this meeting was Fimbria; for he, having assassinated Flaccus, the consul of the contrary faction, and worsted the Mithridatic commanders, was advancing against Mithridates himself, who, fearing this, chose rather to seek the friendship of Sylla.
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 Matthew 2:22 But when he heard that Archelaus was reigning
But when he heard that Archelaus was reigning over Judea in the place of his father, Herod, he was afraid to go there.
But when it came to his ears that Archelaus was ruling over Judaea in the place of his father Herod, he was in fear of going there; and God having given him news of the danger in a dream, he went out of the way into the country parts of Galilee.
But when he heard that Archelaus reigned in Judea in the room of his father Herod, he was afraid to go thither: notwithstanding, being warned by God in a dream, he turned aside into the parts of Galilee:
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 Diogenes Laertius, Life of Anaximenes, from Lives of the Philosophers, translated by C.D. Yonge   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
He was the first person who imported the study of natural philosophy from Ionia to Athens, and he was called the Natural Philosopher, because natural philosophy terminated with him, as Socrates introduced ethical philosophy.
And it seems probable that Archelaus too meddled in some degree with moral philosophy; for in his philosophical speculations he discussed laws and what was honourable and just.
But there were three other people of the name of Archelaus: one, a geographer, who described the countries traversed by Alexander; the second, a man who wrote a poem on objects which have two natures; and the third, an orator, who wrote a book containing the precepts of his art.
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