Antipas I of Judaea, Governor of Idumaea
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Antipater the Idumaean
(-43 B.C.)

 

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Princess Cypros of Nabataea

Antipater the Idumaean

  • Born: Idumaea
  • Died: 43 B.C.

   General Notes:

procurator of Judea

Antipater became a powerful official under the later Hasmonean kings and subsequently became a client of the Roman general Pompey the Great when Pompey conquered Judea in the name of Roman Republic.

When Julius Caesar defeated Pompey, Antipater aided Caesar in Alexandria, and was made chief minister of Judea, with the right to collect taxes. Antipater eventually made his sons Phasael and Herod the Governors of Jerusalem and Galilee respectively. After the assassination of Caesar, Antipater was forced to side with Gaius Cassius Longinus against Marc Antony. The pro-Roman politics of Antipater led to his increasing unpopularity among the devout, non-Hellenized Jews, and he was poisoned.

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   Marriage Information:

Antipater married Princess Cypros of Nabataea. (Princess Cypros of Nabataea died in 43 B.C..)


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