The Early Christian Church - Vol. 1

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CHAPTER 10
THE MARTYRDOMS

The events of A.D. 62, p.187. Annas the high priest, p.188. Josephus and the Christ, p.189. The Martyrdom of James, A.D. 62, p.190. The persecution in Rome, A.D. 64, p.191. The evidence of Tacitus, p.193. The two apostles, the evidence of Clement, p.195. The movements of Paul, the evidence of II Timothy, p.196. Paul in Rome, p.198. Peter in Rome, the evidence of his Epistle, p.200. The martyrdom of Peter, p.202. The Beliar Apocalypse, p.203.


LIST OF HIGH PRIESTS IN JERUSALEM after the death of Herod, 4 B.C.
Annas I (Ananus) appointed by the procurator Quirinus; deposed by the
next procurator Gratus; but he and his dynasty continued to have great
power.
Gratus appointed in quick succession
Ishmael, son of Fabi,
Eleazar, son of Annas,
Simon, son of Camithus,
Joseph called Caiaphas, a son-in-law of Annas.
Caiaphas was the high priest under Pontius Pilate, who condemned Jesus in
29 or 30. He was deposed by Vitellius in 37, who appointed in his place
Jonathan, son of Annas, who was deposed in favour of his brother,
Theophilus, son of Annas, who was deposed by King Agrippa I
and succeeded by
Simon called Cantheras,
Matthiasson of Annas,
Elionaeus son of Cantheras,
Joseph, son of Cainus, appointed by Herod Agrippa II,
Ananias, son of Nebedaeus, who presided at the trial of Paul about
A.D. 55; he was killed by the Zealots A.D. 66. He was the father of
Eleazar: see p. 226.
Jonathan (restored), who was killed at the instigation of the procurator
Felix,
Ishmael son of Fabi, who was detained in Rome as a hostage, and
beheaded after the fall of Jerusalem,
Joseph called Cabi, son of Simon.

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