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Mariamne (daughter of Herod Agrippa)

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Mariamne (born 34 or 35) was a daughter of King Herod Agrippa I and Cypros.

She was betrothed by her father to Julius Archelaus, son of Chelcias (maybe Hilkiya in Hebrew who was a friend and an officer at the court),[1] but this marriage had not yet been enacted upon her father's death. Her brother Agrippa II enacted the marriage once he had been made tetrarch in around 49/50. From this marriage was derived a daughter, whose name was Berenice. Around 65 she left her husband and married Demetrius of Alexandria who was its Alabarch and had a son from him named Agrippinus.[2]


  1. ^ Antiquities of the Jews by Josephus Flavius, Book XIX chap.8 and 9
  2. ^ Ciecieląg Jerzy, Polityczne dziedzictwo Heroda Wielkiego. Palestyna w epoce rzymsko-herodiańskiej, Kraków 2002, s. 75-77, 140.