Herodian Empire After Herod the Great - Drive Thru History
Following the death of Herod the Great in 4 BC, the Herodian Empire was divided among his heirs. Herod had changed his will many times due to his paranoia and the murder of some of his sons. During his fatal illness in 4 BC, he had another change of heart about his successor and revised his will one last time to appoint his eldest surviving son, Herod Archaelaus, as king of Judaea. His younger surviving son, Herod Antipas, would rule Galilee under a lesser title.
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