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Tetrarch

Volume 2 of The Well of Echoes

by Ian Irvine

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Published by Penguin in Camberwell, Victoria .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fiction,
  • Juvenile fiction,
  • Geomancy,
  • Aliens,
  • Extortion

  • Edition Notes

    StatementIan Irvine
    SeriesThe well of echoes trilogy -- 2
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[690] pages :
    Number of Pages690
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26456127M
    ISBN 100140292330
    ISBN 109780140292336
    OCLC/WorldCa223439924


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LYSANIAS. li-sa'-ni-as (Lusanias): Mentioned in Luke as tetrarch of Abilene in the 15th year of the reign of Tiberius Caesar, and thus fixing the date of the preaching of John the Baptist in the wilderness at about 26 or 28 A.D. A Lysanias is mentioned by Josephus as having ruled over Chalcis and Abilene, and as having been slain by Mark Antony at the instigation of Cleopatra.

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TETRARCH tĕt’ rärk (τετράρχης, τετραάρχης from τετρα- four, and ἀρχή, G, rule, so ruler of a fourth part).The title given to Herod Antipas, ruler of Galilee and Perea (Matt ; Luke ; ; Acts ).Originally the term was used for a ruler of the fourth of a region.

Eventually, the literal sense faded out, and the word came to be used as the title of. The title tetrarch originally meant ruler of a fourth part of a region but came to be used of any minor ruler.

This is the Herod of Jesus’ public ministry. He imprisoned and eventually executed John the Baptist when John spoke out against his marriage to Herodias, his brother Philip’s ex-wife (Luke –20 ; Mark –29).

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Herod Antipas ruled Galilee in Jesus’ time. He succeeded his father, Herod the Great, and served as tetrarch (appointed by the emperor Augustus to rule over one quarter of his father’s kingdom) from 4 B.C. until 39 A.D., almost exactly the lifetime of Jesus.KJV Dictionary Definition: tetrarch tetrarch.

TE'TRARCH, n. Gr. four, and rule. A Roman governor of the fourth part of a province; a subordinate prince. In time, this word came to denote any petty king or sovereign.

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