What does Herod Agrippa I mean in the Bible?

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Easton's Bible Dictionary - Herod Agrippa i.
Son of Aristobulus and Bernice, and grandson of Herod the Great. He was made tetrarch of the provinces formerly held by Lysanias II., and ultimately possessed the entire kingdom of his grandfather, Herod the Great, with the title of king. He put the apostle James the elder to death, and cast Peter into prison (Luke 3:1 ; Acts 12:1-19 ). On the second day of a festival held in honour of the emperor Claudius, he appeared in the great theatre of Caesarea. "The king came in clothed in magnificent robes, of which silver was the costly brilliant material. It was early in the day, and the sun's rays fell on the king, so that the eyes of the beholders were dazzled with the brightness which surrounded him. Voices here and there from the crowd exclaimed that it was the apparition of something divine. And when he spoke and made an oration to them, they gave a shout, saying, 'It is the voice of a god, and not of a man.' But in the midst of this idolatrous ostentation an angel of God suddenly smote him. He was carried out of the theatre a dying man." He died (A.D. 44) of the same loathsome malady which slew his grandfather (Acts 12:21-23 ), in the fifty-fourth year of his age, having reigned four years as tetrarch and three as king over the whole of Palestine. After his death his kingdom came under the control of the prefect of Syria, and Palestine was now fully incorporated with the empire.
Morrish Bible Dictionary - Herod Agrippa i
Grandson of Herod the Great, and son of Aristobulus and Berenice. He was appointed by the emperor Caligula to the government of Ituraea and Abilene, with the title of king. Eventually he had the government of Judaea and Samaria given to him by Claudius. He was an observer of the law of Moses, and added to the extent of Jerusalem by a wall on the north of the city. It was he who put to death James the son of Zebedee to please the Jews, and imprisoned Peter, who was miraculously delivered. His miserable end is recorded in Acts 12 .
1910 New Catholic Dictionary - Herod Agrippa i
Grandson of Herod the Great After being a prisoner in Rome under Tiberius, was restored to his throne by Caius, 37. He imprisoned Saint Peter and beheaded Saint James, and died in 44, eaten up by worms.

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Blastus - Chamberlain of Herod Agrippa i: Acts 12:20
Blas'Tus - (sprout ), the chamberlain of Herod Agrippa i
Blastus - Chamberlain to king Herod Agrippa i
Herod - See: ...
Herod the Great
Herod Archelaus
Herod Antipas
Herod Agrippa I the Great
Herod Agrippa II
Herod Agrippa ii - Son of Herod Agrippa i the Great
Blastus - ” Official under Herod Agrippa i (A
Drusilla - Daughter of Herod Agrippa i: and Cypros, and sister of Agrippa II
Drusilla - Third and youngest daughter of Herod Agrippa i
Berni'ce, - (bringing victory ), the eldest daughter of Herod Agrippa i
Abilene - 37 Abilene came under the administrative control of Herod Agrippa i
Drusilla - The fair but loose daughter of Herod Agrippa i and Cypros (Acts 12); sister of Herod Agrippa iI; married to Azizus, king of Emesa, on his becoming a Jew; seduced by Felix, procurator of Judea, through Simon the Cyprian sorcerer (Josephus, Bernice - The eldest daughter of Herod Agrippa i. , and sister to Herod Agrippa iI
Drusilla - She was the youngest daughter of Herod Agrippa i
Herod Arippa ii. - The son of Herod Agrippa i
Claudius - Herod Agrippa i: used his influence in favour of Claudius being chosen as emperor, and in return for these efforts the emperor added to Agrippa's territories Judaea, Samaria, and some parts of Lebanon
Berenice - Oldest daughter of Herod Agrippa i (Acts 12:1)
Drusilla - Acts 24:24 The young daughter of Herod Agrippa i
Drusilla - She was the youngest daughter of Herod Agrippa i
Tetrarch - Caligula annexed the three tetrarchies to the kingdom of Herod Agrippa i, whom he honoured with the title "king" (Acts 12)
Herodias - A granddaughter of Herod the Great and Mariamne, daughter of Aristobulus, and sister of Herod Agrippa i
Bernice - (buhr ni' cih; gift ) The companion of Herod Agrippa iI (Acts 25:13 ). She was the daughter of Herod Agrippa i, born probably about A
Chamberlain - Herod Agrippa i
Caesarea - Herod Agrippa i
Trachonitis - 33, and the emperor Caligula bestowed the province of Trachonitis upon Herod Agrippa i. Later it was part of the dominions of Herod Agrippa iI
Drusilla - The youngest daughter of Herod Agrippa i, and sister of the younger Agrippa and Bernice, celebrated for her beauty and infamous for her licentiousness
Moladah - Moladah is perhaps identical to the Edomite village of Malathah which served as a retreat for Herod Agrippa i
Blastus - Blastus, a chamberlain of Herod Agrippa i
Felix - The wife of Felix was Drusilla, a daughter of Herod Agrippa i
fe'Lix - The wife of Felix was Drusilla, daughter of Herod Agrippa i
Worm, - The death of Herod Agrippa i, was caused by worms
Theatre - In the theater Herod Agrippa i (Acts 12:21-23; Josephus, Claudius - 41) mainly through the influence of Herod Agrippa i (Josephus, James, Son of Zebedee - James was killed by Herod Agrippa i
Drusilla - (Acts 24:24)...
The youngest of the three daughters of Herod Agrippa i
Mark, John - He was the son of Mary in whose home the Jerusalem believers met to pray when Peter was imprisoned by Herod Agrippa i (Acts 12:12 )
Caesarea - This city was the capital of Judea during the reign of Herod the Great and of Herod Agrippa i
Abilene - 37, some ten years later, the tetrarchy of Lysanias was bestowed by Caligula on Herod Agrippa i
Worm - The expression ‘ eaten of worms ,’ used ( Acts 12:23 ) in describing the death of Herod Agrippa i
Caesarea - Here on a "set day," when games were celebrated in the theatre in honour of the emperor Claudius, Herod Agrippa i
Herod - Herod Agrippa i. Herod Agrippa iI. was the son of Herod Agrippa i
Berenice, Bernice - (Acts 25:13; Acts 25:23; Acts 26:30)...
Berenice, eldest daughter of Herod Agrippa i. Berenice then joined her brother, who was to be known later as Herod Agrippa ii
James - Shortly before the passover, in the year 44, he was put to death by Herod Agrippa i
James - (Acts 1:13 ) Shortly before the day of the Passover, in the year 44, he was put to death by Herod Agrippa i
James - 44), by order of King Herod Agrippa i of Judea, was part of a larger persecution in which Peter was arrested (Acts 12:1-3 )
Caesarea - Herod Agrippa i died there (Acts 12:19-23)
Caesarea - Here Herod Agrippa i
Caesarea - After the banishment of Herod’s successor Archelaus, Cæsarea became the official residence of the Roman procurators of Palestine (broken only by the brief interval during which it was under the independent rule of Herod Agrippa i. On the recall of Felix, Nero sent Porcius Festus, who tried Paul ( Acts 25:9 ) and also allowed him to state his case before Herod Agrippa iI
Felix - For the intrigue by which he possessed himself of the youngest daughter of Herod Agrippa i
Herod - HEROD AGRIPPA MINOR or II, Acts 25:1-26:32 , was the son of Herod Agrippa i, and was educated at Rome, under the care of the emperor Claudius
Caesarea - Herod Agrippa i had a residence there and died there (Acts 12:19-23 )
Famine - The date of the Judaea n famine may be approximately determined by Herod Agrippa i
Jews in the New Testament - King Herod Agrippa i arrested Peter and killed the Apostle James, believing this would please the Jews (1618398726_38 )
Herod - Herod Agrippa i. Herod Agrippa iI. Son of Herod Agrippa i and Cypros, grandniece of Herod the Great
Hebrews - Herod Agrippa i executed James and had Peter imprisoned about A
James - James was called upon to ‘drink the cup’ of suffering (Mark 10:38-39) first of all the Apostolic band, being beheaded by Herod Agrippa i
Herod - In Herod Agrippa i
James - 44 Herod Agrippa i, a pliant politician but strict Jew, "very ambitious to oblige the people, exactly careful in the observance of the laws
Galilee - 39, Herod Agrippa i
Political Conditions - 39 he was banished by Caligula to Lyons, and his territories were added to the kingdom of Herod Agrippa i
Diseases - King Herod Agrippa i died of some kind of parasitic disease (Acts 12:21-23 )
Roman Law in the nt - ’ Of the former class we notice the dominions of Herod the Great and of his grandson Herod Agrippa i. Herod Agrippa iI
Peter - ) The Jews' spite at the admission of the Gentiles moved Herod Agrippa i to kill James and imprison Peter for death
Dates - The death of Herod Agrippa i
Peter - Later we learn of his arrest and imprisonment by Herod Agrippa i
Passover - The uncertainties, however, are narrowed down to the limits of a very few years, and careful calculation has shown that Herod Agrippa i