King of the Jews
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King of the Jews or King of the Judeans may refer to:
Ruler of historic kingdoms and client states:
- Kingdom of Israel (c.1050 – 722 BCE)
- Kingdom of Judah (c.931 – 586 BCE)
- Hasmonean dynasty (140 – 37 BCE)
- Herodian Dynasty (37 BCE – 92 CE)
- Mocking epithet applied to Peter of Castile (1334–1369) by Henry of Trastamara
- In the antisemitic forgery The Protocols of the Elders of Zion, the future figurehead envisaged by the Elders.
- King of the Jews, play by Grand Duke Konstantin Konstantinovich of Russia
- King of the Jews, book by Waverley Root
- King of the Jews, 1979 novel by Leslie Epstein
- King of the Jews (Nick Tosches book), 2005 book by Nick Tosches
- "The King of the Jews", incidental music by Alexander Glazunov for the play by the Grand Duke Konstantin Konstantinovich of Russia
- "King of the Jews", a track on the 1973 Christian Rock album What a Day by Phil Keaggy
- "Tiny, King of the Jews", a track on the 1987 noise rock album Songs About Fucking by Big Black.
- "King of the Jews", a track on the 1992 doom metal album Fall Babylon Fall by Veni Domine.
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