son of the foregoing, was born at Rome, A.D. 27. He was the brother of Bernice and Drusilla. The Emperor Claudius (A.D. 48) invested him with the office of superintendent of the Temple of Jerusalem, and made him governor (A.D. 50) of Chalcis. He was afterwards raised to the rank of king, and made governor over the tetrarchy of Philip and Lysanias (Acts 25:13; 26:2, 7). It was before him that Paul delivered (A.D. 59) his speech recorded in Acts 26. His private life was very profligate. He died (the last of his race) at Rome, at the age of about seventy years, A.D. 100.
a.d. 16?–59? mother of the Roman emperor Nero and sister of Caligula. Historical Examples Here agrippina waited in fear and agitation the return of her messenger. Historic Tales, Volume 11 (of 15) Charles Morris To love like this was of the gods, and he had never loved anything so but agrippina. The Art of Disappearing […]
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a.d. 16?–59? mother of the Roman emperor Nero and sister of Caligula.
tourism in which tourists take part in farm or village activities, as animal and crop care, cooking and cleaning, handicrafts, and entertainments. noun tourism in which customers stay in accommodation on working farms and may have the opportunity to help with farm work
one of the Gigantes. a centaur who attacked Hercules. a son of Circe and Odysseus. the father of Thersites.