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Aretas

(âr`ĭtəs, –tăs), dynastic name of the Nabataean kings of Petra. The best-known Aretas was Aretas IV, 9 B.C.–A.D. 49, ruler of S Palestine, most of Jordan, N Arabia, and Damascus. His daughter was married to HerodHerod,
dynasty reigning in Palestine at the time of Jesus. As a dynasty the Herods depended largely on the power of Rome. They are usually blamed for the state of virtual anarchy in Palestine at the beginning of the Christian era.

Antipater (fl. c.65 B.C.
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 Antipas, who put her away in favor of Herodias. Aretas attacked (A.D. 36) Antipas and defeated him, but Rome took Antipas' part. Tiberius' death (A.D. 37) saved Aretas from the Roman army.
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Meanwhile, Antipas--Herod's son via another wife known as Malthace the Samaritan--had been in a long-standing marriage with the daughter of Aretas IV, king of Nabataea.
Sin embargo, no es un nombre que hallemos solo en la obra de Juan Damasceno, sino que ya podemos leerlo en la Guerra Persa de Procopio de Cesarea, quien se refiere al sacrificio ritual del hijo del filarca ghassani Aretas -de religion cristiana y aliado del Imperio- a manos de su enemigo, el sarraceno pagano Alamundaros, ante esta diosa (25), convirtiendose en un dato fiable ya que este historiador de la epoca de Justiniano (527-565) fue testigo directo de los acontecimientos protagonizados por los Banu Ghassan y los beduinos que se movian en torno al limes.
Simplicio intenta este proceso, que adopta una forma distinta de las que efectuan Olimpiodoro, Elias y Aretas.
In 1935, Aretas Sanders published "A Guide to Bird Songs.
Abgar fought against Herod Antipas as an ally of Aretas, and both Pilate and Herod were hostile to Abgar and tried to discredit him before the Romans (Moses PH 2, 39).
En otro caso, Timoteo previene a Saulo, aun suponiendolo ya al tanto, con una aclaracion util no a su amigo sino a nosotros, quienes asi conoceremos la circunstancia politica de Damasco: "Aqui no tienen jurisdiccion ni el Sanedrin ni el propio Agripa, tampoco Cayo: la ciudad es territorio de Aretas, el rey nabateo.
Las arracadas y pendientes amorcillados servirian a los miticos moros como aretas para la nariz (Alvarez Pena 2007: 230).
Nabataea reached the peak of its prosperity under King Aretas IV (9 BC -- 40 AD).
Forty feet high and said to be the mausoleum of the Nabataean King Aretas IV (9BC-40AD), it is also the subject of one of the famous lithographs by Scots artist David Roberts in 1839.
of North Carolina, Chapel Hill; Frank Aretas Haskell, The Battle of Gettysburg (Boston: Commandery of the State of Massachusetts, Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States, 1908), 80.
5, para armonizar el genitivo '[TEXTO IRREPRODUCIBLE EN ASCII] Andres de Cesarea y Aretas introdujeron el pronombre relativo [TEXTO IRREPRODUCIBLE EN ASCII].