Then another cart came by at the same pace, but the occupant of the throne was not old like the others, but a man stalwart and robust, and of a forbidding countenance, who as he came up said in a voice far hoarser and more devilish, "I am the enchanter Archelaus
, the mortal enemy of Amadis of Gaul and all his kindred," and then passed on.
Decamnichus also was the chief cause of the conspiracy against Archelaus
, for he urged others on: the occasion of his resentment was his having delivered him to Euripides the poet to be scourged; for Euripides was greatly offended with him for having said something of the foulness of his breath.
Synopsis: "Above The Surface" by the team of Rachel Archelaus
and Scott Keeney is a basically an illustrated fairytale of two characters reflecting off each other to find out who they really are.
Mithridates son, Aristion, Archelaus
, bearing crownes
They included Archelaus
, who was subsequently deposed because he was so cruel and tyrannical, (64) and Antipas, who put John the Baptist to death (65) and before whom Jesus stood trial (66) before he was crucified and killed.
Joseph, upon the advice of an angel of the Lord, protected Mary and their child Jesus from the threat of King Herod and subsequently, from Archelaus
This census took place after Herod's son Archelaus
was deposed in 6 CE, ten years after Herod's death.
After the death of Herod and Archelaus
, "the authority again increased, the internal government of the country being largely in its hands.
"Exactly the same gag," Beard tells us, is attributed by Plutarch to Archelaus
, a Macedonian king in the fifth century BCE.
On return, Joseph discovered that Archelaus
reigned in his father Herod's place.
In regard to other Jewish sources from the time period, Josephus tells us that two of King Herod's sons, Archelaus
and Herod Antipas, had more than one marriage at a time.