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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon. Amazon Music Stream millions of songs. East Dane Designer Men’s Fashion. A Study in Political Relations 2nd ed. Cumanus’ time in office was marked by disputes between his troops and the Jewish population. Trouble started while Jewish pilgrims were gathered in Jerusalem for the Passover feast.
Alexa Actionable Analytics for the Web. Learn more about Amazon Prime. Get to Know Us. Amazon Rapids Fun stories for kids on the go. If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? Meanwhile, two separate embassies had been dispatched to Tyre to appeal to Ummidius Caius Quadratuswho as legate of Syria had some authority over the lower-ranking procurator of Iudaea.
Troops sent by Cumanus to arrest the leading men of the nearby villages began plundering the area. Amazon Renewed Refurbished products with a warranty.
A Galilean embassy asked Cumanus to investigate but received little attention; Josephus alleges that he had been bribed by the Samaritans to turn a blind eye. Perhaps after hearing a case against Cumanus in Iudaea,  Quadratus sent him, along with several Jewish and Samaritan leaders including the High Priest Ananiasto plead their cases in Rome before the Emperor Claudius.
At the hearing, several of Claudius’ influential freedmen officials took the side of Cumanus. Cumanus led most of his troops against the militants, killing many and taking others prisoner, and the Jewish leaders from Jerusalem were subsequently able to calm most of the others, but a state of guerrilla warfare persisted. Share your thoughts with other customers. Following an investigation by the governor of SyriaGaius Ummidius Durmius QuadratusCumanus was sent to Rome for a hearing before the Emperor Claudiuswho held him responsible for the violence and sentenced him to exile.
One, from the Samaritans, protested the Jewish attacks on Samaritan villages. The Jewish counter-embassy held the Samaritans responsible for the violence and accused Cumanus of siding with them.
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Under Alexander, the province of Iudaea had enjoyed a period of relative peace, but that proved to be transient, as Cumanus’ governorship was marked by a series of serious public disturbances. This conflict has led historians to take a number of positions on political arrangements in the province. Ventidius Cumanus failed to respond to an anti-Jewish murder in Samaritan territory which led to the violent conflict between Jews and Samaritans.
Dr disagreement between the surviving sources, the Jewish historian Josephus and the Roman Tacitusmakes it unclear whether his authority was over some or all of the province. ComiXology Thousands of Digital Comics. Some have argued that Josephus’ greater knowledge of Jewish affairs justifies favouring his account.
Read more Read less. Further unrest was triggered when an Imperial slave named Stephanus was robbed while travelling near Beth-horon. Procurator of Iudaea 48— c. Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime.
Be the first to review this item Would you like to tell us about a lower price? Aberbach believes that there was a division of power, but that Tacitus reversed the governors’ areas of authority and that Cumanus actually governed the south and Felix the north; this fits better with Josephus, who describes Cumanus as active in Jerusalem and nearby. Josephus, the main source for Cumanus’ career, presents him as governing the whole of Iudaea until 52, when he was succeeded by Marcus Antonius Felix.
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Cumanus, following the precedent set by earlier governors, assembled a detachment of Roman soldiers on the roof of the Temple portico to maintain order among the crowds, but one caused chaos by exposing himself to the Jews in the courtyard while calling out insults.