Judæa

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Judæa

  1. Archaic spelling of Judea.
    • 1829, Algernon Herbert, Nimrod, page 10–11:
      If we consider his immense reputation for Hebrew learning, the atrocity of his character, and the strange machinations he set on foot, we may not unreasonably conjecture that the apocrypha of the School of Auditors were a fraud organized by Rabbi Akiba, the standard‐bearer of the anti‐Christ Bar‐Cochab in that fatal war which destroyed 50 cities, 980 villages, and 580000 souls, in Judæa.