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Archelaus (4), son of Herod (1) and Augustan ethnarch

Archelaus (4), following the will left by his father Herod (1), was appointed by Augustus ethnarch of the southern part of Herod's kingdom—Judaea, Samaria, and Idumaea. Archelaus married (scandalously) Glaphyra, daughter of Archelaus (5) of Cappadocia, previously the wife of his own half-brother, as well as of King Juba (2) of Mauretania. In response to delegations of both Jews and Samaritans, in ce 6, Augustus banished Archelaus to Vienna (mod. Vienne) and put his territory under direct Roman rule.

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