Places Study on Hall of Judgment

Places Study on Hall of Judgment

John 18: Then led they Jesus from Caiaphas unto the hall of judgment: and it was early; and they themselves went not into the judgment hall, lest they should be defiled; but that they might eat the passover.

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Judgment, Judgment Hall - * For Hall of Judgment, JUDGMENT HALL, see HALL
Moot-House - ) A hall for public meetings; a Hall of Judgment
Hall - ... 2: πραιτώριον (Strong's #4232 — Noun Neuter — praitorion — prahee-to'-ree-on ) is translated "common hall" in Matthew 27:27 , AV (RV, "palace"); "Praetorium" in Mark 15:16 ; "Hall of Judgment" or "judgment hall" in John 18:28,33 ; 19:9 ; Acts 23:35 (RV, "palace," in each place); "praetorian guard," Philippians 1:13 (AV, "palace")
Hall - The Hall of the Throne or Hall of Judgment (1 Kings 7:7 ; KJV porch) was the throne room where legal decisions were rendered
Palace - ; John 18:28 (twice), AV, "the Hall of Judgment;" and "judgment hall," marg
Palace - Apart from this palace, but attached, as Josephus tells us, to the Hall of Judgment, was the palace of Pharaoh's daughter-too proud and important a personage to be grouped with the ladies of the harem, and requiring a residence of her own
House - He "turned and looked" on Peter as he stood by the fire in the court, (Luke 22:56,61 ; John 18:24 ) whilst he himself was in the "Hall of Judgment
Solomon - He built a magnificent palace, which took a further thirteen years (1 Kings 7:1; 1 Kings 9:10), a military headquarters called the House of the Forest of Lebanon (1 Kings 7:2; 1 Kings 10:17), an auditorium called the Hall of Pillars (1 Kings 7:6), a central law court called the Hall of Judgment (1 Kings 7:7) and a separate palace for his Egyptian queen (1 Kings 7:8)
Solomon - " In front of this "house" was another building, which was called the Porch of Pillars, and in front of this again was the "Hall of Judgment," or Throne-room (1 Kings 7:7 ; 10:18-20 ; 2 Chronicles 9:17-19 ), "the King's Gate," where he administered justice and gave audience to his people
Dwelling - He "turned and looked" on Peter as he stood by the fire in the court, Luke 22:56; Luke 22:61; whilst he himself was in the "Hall of Judgment
Chrysostom, John, Bishop of Constantinople - The public baths were ransacked; the praetorium was attacked and the mob with difficulty repulsed, the governor saving himself by flight through a back door, and finally the Hall of Judgment was stormed