HIEU201Lecture16

HIEU201Lecture16 - HIEU 201 Oct 1st, 2008 Rome V: Imperial...

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HIEU 201 Oct 1 st , 2008 Rome V: Imperial Administration Its Failure Judea, Third Century Principate 1. Provincial Administration a. See Handout b. Growth of provinces: growth from 13 at the beginning of Augustus’s reign to 28 under Augustus, 45 under Hadrian – greater need to divide things up c. “Romanization”? East – no difference, as tax were paid, just to different ruler vs. West – incorporated cities would have more of a standing with Rome as allied force d. Growth of civitates in West 2. Judea: A Failure of Imperial Policy a. Flavius Josephus (37-93 AD) a.i. Jewish Antiquities a.ii. Jewish War – to make Rome look reasonable; resolve the most of Jewish elite heiarchy a.iii. Corrupt; Misguided bands of b. Background to the revolt b.i. 64 BC: Pompey – grew client kings b.ii. Herod the Great b.ii.1. Rebuilt the temple in Jerusalem b.ii.2. Caesarea as capital, stimulated trade throughout the region b.ii.3. Death at 4BC left a power vacuum, question of who would inherit the kings
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