Judaean


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Judaean

(dʒuːˈdɪən) or

Judean

adj
1. (Placename) of or relating to Judaea, the S division of ancient Palestine, or its inhabitants
2. (Peoples) of or relating to Judaea, the S division of ancient Palestine, or its inhabitants
n
(Peoples) a native or inhabitant of Judaea
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The excavation, which began in 2015 at the site of Khirbet a-Ra i in the Judaean foothills - between Kiryat Gat and Lachish.
English bass Alastair Miles portrayed Paulin, a confidant to Titus, with cruelty and self-interest as he tries to convince Titus to repudiate the Judaean queen.
The road trip through largely arid desert landscapes and landlocked bodies of water took me from Tel Aviv, on the eastern coast of the Mediterranean Sea, to the 3,000-year-old Jerusalem that sits on a hill in the Judaean plateau.
It is in the Judaean desert where the Devil mocked and tempted Christ to test not only his humanity, but more importantly his divinity.
NGM 4 (669) has four (possibly Judaean) spearmen (the two on the sides are fragmentary) carrying large convex shields.
Surprisingly a Person of Deep Reflection on the Judaean Hills standing in court before the highest authority in the land said something similar "For this was I born, and for this came I into the world, to bear witness to the truth" (Jn 18:37).
It symbolises the days which lead up to Jesus Christ's crucifixion and subsequent resurrection, when Christ spent 40 days and nights alone in the Judaean Desert being tempted by Satan.
This symbol of the ancient kingdom of Israel in the Judaean desert is a natural fortress.
That frieze depicts the spoils of the Judaean War taken as booty by Titus from the destroyed Second Temple in 70 C.E.
(6) The searches are performed throughout Israel, including in the following areas: Judaean Mountains, Shfela, Northern Negev, Judean Desert, Jordan Valley, Beth Shean Valley, Jezreel Valley, (7) the areas near Jerusalem, (8) the Israeli coastal plain, the Upper Galilee, the Lower Galilee, and the Hula Valley.
Israeli feminist historian Tal Ilan assesses that his writings "are replete with passages that place women precisely in a position to negatively influence political events through their intrigue, cunning, jealousy and capacity to bring shame through sexual misconduct." Ilan specifies further that these instances are concentrated in the texts that are devoted to the history of the Hasmonaean and Herodian dynasties, "a period for which Josephus is principally dependent on Nicolaus of Damascus." (12) Thus, it is very possible that a multi-layer bias towards royal Judaean women was at play, comprising both Josephus and Nicolaus.