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 (jo͞o-dē′ə, -dā′ə)
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(dʒuːˈdɪə) or


(Placename) the S division of ancient Palestine, succeeding the kingdom of Judah: a Roman province during the time of Christ
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(dʒuˈdi ə)

the S region of ancient Palestine: existed under Persian, Greek, and Roman rule; divided between Israel and Jordan in 1948; occupied by Israel since 1967.
Ju•de′an, adj., n.
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Noun1.Judaea - the southern part of ancient Palestine succeeding the kingdom of JudahJudaea - the southern part of ancient Palestine succeeding the kingdom of Judah; a Roman province at the time of Christ
Canaan, Holy Land, Promised Land, Palestine - an ancient country in southwestern Asia on the east coast of the Mediterranean Sea; a place of pilgrimage for Christianity and Islam and Judaism
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[dʒuːˈdɪə] NJudea f
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nJudäa nt
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Judaea now and all the Promised Land, Reduced a province under Roman yoke, Obeys Tiberius, nor is always ruled With temperate sway: oft have they violated The Temple, oft the Law, with foul affronts, Abominations rather, as did once Antiochus.
He waited for the dark rain clouds to cover the midnight sky, and when everything became tuum like the charcoal and face of that charcoal seller you once admired, Uncle Nichodemus stepped outside with the excuse to Mrs Nichodemus that a certain bra, who was owing him, had come and will be leaving at dawn to Cappadocia, then to Pontus and Pamphylia, then end up at Mesopotamia before making a return journey to Judaea. That would be twenty moons before he returned, and if he wanted his money, it was now, so permission was granted.
Six-year-old Judaea Norlysonn Saladino drowned in the swimming pool at the Club Serene Resort in Barangay Dolores, Taytay, Rizal.
Burgos Streets, a reenactment of Jesus' trial Jesus was staged, complete with actors playing Pontius Pilate, the Roman governor of Judaea, Barrabas, and the crowd.
Queen Berenice of Judaea, the mistress of the late emperor Titus, soon enters the story with her sons one of whom is an assassin, a member of the Sicarii.
In sections on Second Temple literature and history, the Jews and the papyri, and rabbinic literature, they discuss such topics as a new perspective on two Jewish queens in the Second Temple period: Alexandra of Judaea and Helene of Adiabene, the third century BCE: new light on Egyptian Jewish history from the papyri, Babylonia of pure lineage: notes on Babylonian Jewish toponymy, a spindle for Caesar's daughter, and whether parables are interpretation.
ON THE coast of Judaea in 33 CE, Mary of Magdala (Rooney Mara, left) tends the land with her sister Rachel (Ariane Labed) and brothers Daniel (Denis Menochet) and Joseph (Ryan Corr).
ON THE coast of Judaea, in 33CE, Mary of Magdala (Rooney Mara, left) tends the land with her sister Rachel (Ariane Labed) and brothers Daniel (Denis Menochet) and Joseph (Ryan Corr).
Adam Marshak approaches the challenge by examining the multiple images of himself that Herod presented to the world, focusing in particular upon four roles: Herod as rightful successor to the Hasmonean rulers of Judaea; as Hellenistic ruler among the successors of Alexander; as Roman client-king; and as King of the Jews in a wider sense, including the Diaspora.
Several years ago, as a camp director, I was fortunate to have the opportunity to apply for and receive a multiyear grant for Camp Judaea through the generous support of the Foundation for Jewish Camp's (FJC) Ruderman/Alexander Inclusion Initiative.
She liberated the province of Arabia Petraea, before removing the regions of Judaea and Arabia from Roman rule.
Another political agitator in Judaea has been silenced, executed under the reign of Herod Antipas, tetrarch of Galilee.