Herod Agrippa I

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Herod Agrippa I

10 bc--44 ad, king of Judaea (41--44), grandson of Herod (the Great). A friend of Caligula and Claudius, he imprisoned Saint Peter and executed Saint James

Herod Agrippa I

was eaten by worms for playing god. [N.T.: Acts 12:23]
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The 16th-century publication 'On the Nobility And Pre-eminence of Women' by Henricus Cornelius Agrippa is possibly the only similar book that pre-dates 'Womans Worth', according to the Manchester Evening News.
Agrippa is a soldier but he has a good mate called Octavianus, and you can see where this is going.
Agrippa is portrayed as a prime-time baddie, while Octavianus is a thinker first, fighter 20th.