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Herod the Great Family Tree

Herod the Great Family Tree

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(The numbers in the parenthesis on pages 1-5 refer to the same numbers in the parenthesis on the chart): (4) Herod the

Great a) b) c) d) e) f) (Mt. 2:1,3,7,12,13,15,16,19,22; Lk. 1:5; Acts 23:35)

He lived 69 B.C. – 0. In 36 B.C., he was appointed king of Judea by the Roman Senate. He was married 10 times He was the father of Herod Philip I, Herod Antipas, Archelaus, and Philip II. He was the grandfather of Herod Agrippa I, Herodias, and Salome. He was the great-grandfather of Herod Agrippa II, Bernice, and Drusilla. (Mt. 14:3; Mk. 6:17; Lk. 3:19)

(14) Herod Philip I

a) The son of Herod the Great. b) He married his half-niece, Herodias. They had Salome. c) Herodias left Herod Philip I, her husband and her half-uncle, and married his half-brother who is also her halfuncle, Herod Antipas. d) He was the half-brother of Herod Antipas, Archelaus, and Philip II. (15) Herod Antipas (Mt. 14:1,3,4; Mk. 6:14,16,17,18,20,21,22; 8:15; Lk. 3:1,19; 8:3; 9:7,9; 13:31; 23:7,8,11,12,15 Acts 4:27; 13:1) a) b) c) d) e) f) The son of Herod the Great. He lived 17 B.C.-43 A.D. He had John the Baptist killed He married Herodias, his half-niece, who was also the wife of his half-brother, Herod Philip I. He was the brother of Archelaus. He was the half-brother of Herod Philip I and Philip II. (Mt. 2:22)

(16) Archelaus a) b) c) d) e)

The son of Herod the Great He lived 18 B.C.-22 A.D. He was the successor to Herod the Great in Judea. He was the brother of Herod Antipas. He was the half-brother of Herod Philip I and Philip II. (Lk. 3:1)

(19) Philip II

a) The son of Herod the Great. b) He married Salome, his half-niece. c) He died in 38 A.D. He was the half-brother of Herod Philip I, Herod Antipas, and Archelas. (27) Herod Agrippa I a) b) c) d) e) f) (Acts 12:1,6,11,19,20,21)

The grandson of Herod the Great. He lived 6 B.C.-48 A.D. He was the brother of Herodias. He was the cousin of Salome. His son was Herod Agrippa II. His daughters were Bernice and Drusilla.

Drusilla’s second marriage was to Felix. His sisters were Bernice and Drusilla. b) She married Herod Philip I. e) Her sister was Drusilla. the tetrarch of Trachonitis. the king of Chalcis.9. 6:22 “the d. 25:14) a) The Roman procurator of Judea who married Drusilla.25. His father was Herod Agrippa I. .27.D. 6:17. 14:5 “the d.27.32) (36) Herod Agrippa II a) b) c) d) He lived 31-104 A. 3:19) a) The granddaughter of Herod the Great. Her brother was Herod Agrippa II. the king of Emesa. Lk. c) Bernice’s second marriage was to Polenon. 26:30) (38) Bernice a) The great-granddaughter of Herod the Great. Salome was the daughter of Herodias by Herodias’ first husband.. 14:3. her half-uncle.(28) Herodias (Mt.28) The granddaughter of Herod the Great. Herod Agrippa II. Salome’s first marriage was to Philip II.6. the Roman procurator of Judea. She afterwards became the mistress of Vespasian and of his son. of the said Herodias”.28. (31) Salome a) b) c) d) e) (Mt. her half-second cousin. her half-uncle.2.24. the King of Chalcis.22. e) She was both the mother of and cousin of Salome. but she soon left him and returned to her brother. who was also her half-uncle. Mk. her husband and her half-uncle. c) She left Herod Philip I.24. The great-grandson of Herod the Great. d) Her brother was Herod Agrippa Ii. Herod Antipas.23. d) She was sister of Herod Agrippa I. (40) Drusilla a) b) c) d) e) (Acts 24:24) The great-granddaughter of Herod the Great. b) Bernice’s first marriage was to Herod.8. 24:3. the king of Cilicia. Salome’s second marriage was to Aristobulus.23.24. (47) Felix (Acts 23:24. Herodias was both her mother and her cousin. Drusilla’s first marriage was to Aziz.25.23. of Herodias”.19. (Acts 25:13. she lived under great suspicion with her brother. Her sister was Bernice.22.26. Mk. (Acts 25:13. After his death in 48 A. Titus.22. 7.11.19. Herod Philip I.26.D. They had Salome.26. and married his half-brother. her uncle. 26:1.7.

  died 4 BC) (4) == Mariamne II (d. King of Emesa. (21) Salome d.   == Antipater Herod the  Great (born  73 or 74 BC. king of  Cilicia Drusilla d. (40)   == Gaius Julius  Azizus.   == Antonius Felix  (47). Herodes (42) Aristobulus  (34)   == Salome (31) Berenicianus Agrippa (43) Aristobulus (44) == Mariamne I  (grandd. king of  Chalcis. of Aretas   == Herodias (28) Herod Archelaus  (16) ‐ Ethnarch Olympias d. (37) Berenice d.   == Phasael II Agrippa (45) Cypros (13) d. (17) Alexander (29) Tigranes (30) Tigranes (41) Alexander (46) == Malthace (a  Samaritan) Salome d. the procurator  of Judaea Herodias d. Of  Hyrcanus) Alexander (11)   == Glaphyra d. (22)  == Pallas  == Phaidra  == Elpis  == A cousin (name  unknown)  == A niece (name  unknown) . (39)   == Gaius Julius  Archelaus Antiochus  Epiphanes Drusus d. (38)  == Herod (25). (28) Drusilla and her son Agrippa  died in the eruption of Pompeii. means "daughter" 4) The names that are BOLD RED are those people who are  mentioned in the New Testament Scriptures  == Cleopatra of  Jerusalem  Herodes (18) Herod Philip II (19) ‐  Tetrarch == Salome  (31) Phasael (20) Roxanne d.   == Polamo. (31) 1) The equils signs (==) indicates "married to" 2) The straight line downward means "child" or "children" 3) The d.  of High‐Priest  Simon) Herod II Boethus  (Philip) (14)   == Herodias (28) Herod Antipas (15) ‐  Tetrarch   == d.== Doris Antipater III (9) Aristobulus IV (10)   == Berenice (24) Herodes (25)    == Mariamne (32)  == Berenice (38) Hyrcanus Aristobulus Minor (26)  == Iotapa Iotapa d. (35) who  was deaf and mute Agrippa II (36) Mariamne d. King  Archelaus Agrippa I (King Herod)  (27)  == Cypros (33) Salampsio (12) d.

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