List of Kings of Judea

This page lists rulers of Judea and other related Jewish Kingdoms from the Maccabean Rebellion to the final Roman annexations.

Hasmonean Rebel Leaders (167–153 BC)

*Judas Maccabeus 167–160 BC
*Jonathan Maccabaeus 160–153 BC

Hasmonean High Priests and Kings (153–37 BC)

*Jonathan Maccabaeus 153–142 BC
*Simon Maccabaeus 142–134 BC
*John Hyrcanus I 134–104 BC
*Aristobulus I (also King) 104–103 BC
*Alexander Jannaeus (also King) 103–76 BC
*Alexandra Salome (Queen) 76–67 BC
*John Hyrcanus II (High Priest only) 76–66 BC
*Aristobulus II 66–63 BC
*John Hyrcanus II (High Priest only) 63–40 BC
*Antigonus 40–37 BC

Herodian Dynasty (60 BC–AD 100)

*Antipater the Idumaean (Governor of Judaea) 60–43 BC
*Herod (Governor of Galilee) 47–40 BC
*Phasael (Governor of Jerusalem) 47–40 BC
*Herod the Great, "King of the Jews", elected by Roman Senate, 37–4 BC
*Herod Archelaus (Ethnarch of Judaea) 4 BC–AD 6
*Herod Antipas (Tetrarch of Galilee) 4 BC–AD 39
*Herod Philip I (Tetrarch of Batanaea) 4 BC–AD 34
*Herod Philip II (Tetrarch of Ituraea and Trachonitis) 4 BC-AD 34
*Herod Agrippa I
**Tetrarch of Batanaea 37–41
**Tetrarch of Galilee 40–41
**King 41–44
*Herod Agrippa II, Tetrarch of Chalcis 50–52, then Tetrarch of Batanaea) AD 50–100


=The Administration of Judaea (AD 6–135)=

*Tax Revolt of the Zealots 6


=Roman Prefects=

*Coponius 6–9
*Marcus Ambivulus 9–12
*Annius Rufus 12–15
*Valerius Gratus 15–26
*Pontius Pilate 26–36
*Marcellus 36–37
*Marullus 37–41


=Roman Procurators=

*Cuspius Fadus 44–46
*Tiberius Julius Alexander 46–48
*Ventidius Cumanus 48–52
*Marcus Antonius Felix 52–60
*Porcius Festus 60–62
*Lucceius Albinus 62–64
*Gessius Florus 64–66
*Marcus Antonius Julianus 66-70 (dates uncertain)


=Roman Legates=

*Sextus Vettulenus Cerialis 70-71
*Lucilius Bassus 71-72
*Lucius Flavius Silva 72-81
*M. Salvidenus c.80
*Cnaeus Pinarius Aemilius Cicatricula Pompeius Longinus c.86
*Sextus Hermetidius Campanus c.93
*Lucius Vibullius Hipparchus Tiberius Claudius Atticus Herodes Marathonios c.99/100-102/103
*Gaius Julius Quadratus Bassus 102/103-104/105
*Quintus Roscius Coelius Murena Silius Decianus Vibullius Pius Iulius Eurycles Herculanus Pompeius Falco 105-107
*Tiberianus c.114
*Lusius Quietus 117
*Lucius Cossonius Gallus 120
*Quintus Tineius Rufus c.132
*Gaius Quinctius Certus Publius Marcellus c.133
*Sextus Julius Severus c.135


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