10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «PRAETORIUM»
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in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to praetorium
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Caesarea Maritima: A Retrospective After Two Millennia
Back in Caesarea, the praetorium continued in use until Byzantine times: in a
Samaritan revolt in 555 C.E., the governor of the province, Stephanos, was killed
in his own praetorium, and his possessions in the building were pillaged.10 The
Avnēr Rabbān, Kenneth G. Holum, 1996
Herod's Judaea: A Mediterranean State in the Classical World
117-122. See also Netzer, "Promontory Palace", pp. 201-207. See also Nielsen,
Hellenistic Palaces, pp. 183-185, fig. 95. 184 On the upper wing of Herod's
palace at Caesarea Maritima see B. Burrell, "Palace to Praetorium: The
Legions and Veterans: Roman Army Papers 1971-2000
The adjective praetoria derives from the noun praetor, probably reflecting the
time when this was the standard title of the supreme Roman magistracy ('); hence
also the noun praetorium (4). In a Roman camp, the praetorium was the tent ...
Roman Legionary Fortresses 27 BC-AD 378
The same layout was retained in the fortress, where the praetorium was normally
sited beside, or more commonly behind, the principia. The fortress of Inchtuthil
was abandoned before construction work had begun on the praetorium, but the ...
Paths of the Messiah and Sites of the Early Church from ...
In the revised edition of his important book about the archaeology of the New
Testament, J. Finegan1 supports my location for the Praetorium of the Gospels in
the Hasmonean palace.2 R. Jaeckle also agrees with this thesis and, as I do,
Bargil Pixner, Rainer Riesner, 2010
Paul, Apostle of the Heart Set Free
In Philippians 1 : 13 he says that it has become known throughout the whole
praetorium that his imprisonment is for Christ's sake. He was certainly kept under
guard in the praetorium at Caesarea, and this might be the praetorium which he ...
Frederick Fyvie Bruce, 2000
Archaeology in Confrontation: Aspects of Roman Military ...
The praetorium was divided into four compartments, of which the western seems
to have had a formal-public function. The central atrium was surrounded by
offices, administrative spaces and a reception hall. This part was separated by a
Frank Vermeulen, Kathy Sas, Wouter Dhaeze, 2004
St. Paul's Epistle to the Philippians: A Revised Text with ...
If St Paul seeing a new face among his guards asked how he came to be there,
the answer would be ' I have been promoted to the praetorium' ; if he enquired
after an old face which he missed, he might be told ' He has been discharged
Joseph Barber Lightfoot, 1873
Commentary on the Gospel of John
LECTUrE 5 28 Then they led Jesus from the house of Caiaphas to the praetorium
[to Caiaphas, to the praetorium]. It was early. They themselves did not enter the
praetorium, so that they might not be defiled, but might eat the Passover.
Saint Thomas (Aquinas), Fabian Richard Larcher, 2010
(B) “The term 'praetorium' denotes the headquarters of a Roman military governor
[as the governor of Judea was]. In a Roman camp, the praetorium was the
commander's headquarters in the center of the camp. The Roman governor of
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «PRAETORIUM»
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Disability pride parade attracts hundreds
Groups that performed in the plaza during the festivities included flutist Jose Perugachi, the Praetorium Signing Church, the Momenta Dance ... «Windy City Times, Jul 15»
In first, imperial Roman legionary camp uncovered near Megiddo
This month's excavations at Legio have also yielded remains of some of the camp's main streets and a large building — possibly a praetorium, ... «The Times of Israel, Jul 15»
River cruises take in France, Russia, Germany, Austria and Serbia
... various remnants of the Roman colony Germania Inferior, circa 50AD, including the ruins of the governor's palace, or Praetorium, beneath the ... «The Australian, Jun 15»
Euronext Paris moves to La Défense business district
Anthony Attia, Chairman and CEO of Euronext Paris, said: “We are very proud to open our new premises at Praetorium, where we will be ... «The FINANCIAL, Jun 15»
Archaeology: New excavations of Sofia's Sveta Nedelya Square to …
The building may have been the praetorium, the main building of the ruler of Serdica. Another hypothesis is that it may have been the palace of ... «The Sofia Globe, Jun 15»
Journalism Tackles 'The Problem With Good Friday,' and an …
... unclean and would have required the seven-day purification ritual: "Then they led Jesus from Caiaphas into the Praetorium [Pilate's palace], ... «Huffington Post, May 15»
Archaeologists Return to Dig Key Area Near Temple Mount
It is set near a number of significant places in the history of this ancient city, such as the Praetorium where Jesus was tried before Pontius Pilate; ... «Popular Archaeology, Apr 15»
Passion Plays and Oratorios, 'Christ Killers,' and the Magic Trick of …
... into the Praetorium [Pilate's palace], and it was early; and they themselves did not enter into the Praetorium so that they would not be defiled, ... «Huffington Post, Apr 15»
Following Jesus' steps: Are millions of Christians on the Via …
... monumental edifice which can be identified as the compound of Herod the Great and subsequently the praetorium where Pontius Pilate sat.”. «PBS NewsHour, Apr 15»
8 sets of unusual stairs that dare you to 'step' up to the challenge
According to Kenneth Nowell, author of “Rome and the Vatican: Guide 4 Pilgrims,” the 28 steps at the Scala Sancta led to the praetorium of ... «Fox News, Apr 15»