OTHER WORDS FROM JudaeaJu·dae·an, adjective, noun
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People came out of Judaea; they hastened from the valley of the Jordan; they streamed from the hills.I.N.R.I.|Peter Rosegger
The "little town of Beth-lehem," as it lies among the hills of Judaea, is one of the most famous places in all the world.The Bible Story|Rev. Newton Marshall Hall
He received the kingdom of Judaea by the last will of his father, though a previous will had bequeathed it to his brother Antipas.
The idols, the great plague of Judaea, also received at this great prophet's hand their proper share of ridicule.Hebrew Humor and other Essays|Joseph Chotzner
The limits of Judaea were never very precisely defined and—especially on the northern frontier—varied from time to time.