CLASS 22 NOTES

CLASS 22 NOTES - CLASS 22 NOTES 11/11/08 6 A.D.: Herod...

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CLASS 22 NOTES 11/11/08 6 A.D.: Herod Archelaus was deposed and replaced by a prefect or procurator Caesarea Maritima became the military headquarters and administrative capital for the Romans No major concentration of roman troops was stationed in the region Only one cohort was stationed in Jerusalem The Romans now appointed the High Priests Pontius Pilate (26-36 AD) was the 5th prefect o Stubborn o Conduct – robbery, bribery, execution, cruel, incompetent Pilate’s predecessors had stationed troops in Jerusalem with undecorated standards Pilate sent troops with effigies of emperor at night When confronted, withdrew Jesus’ death at hand of Pilate: suppression of a potentially threatening situation Pilate’s removal from office: a large group of armed Samaritans followed their leader to Mount Gerizem expecting to find sacred tabernacle treasures Ordered troops to block Battle, Pilate executed leader and most influential Samaritans
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