Relating to or associated with people living in the territory of the southern kingdom of Judah during the divided monarchy, or what later became the larger province of Judah under imperial control. According to the Bible, the area originally received its name as the tribal territory allotted to Judah, the fourth son of Jacob.
An island in the Nile River that housed a Judean military garrison in the Persian period.
A broad, diverse group of nations ruled by the government of a single nation.
A number of troops stationed in a particular location.
The religion and culture of Jews. It emerged as the descendant of ancient Israelite Religion, and is characterized by monotheism and an adherence to the laws present in the Written Torah (the Bible) and the Oral Torah (Talmudic/Rabbinic tradition).
A hypothetical source of sayings about Jesus conceived to explain common materials in Matthew and Luke.