The Divisions of Herods Kingdom
Map of the Divisions of Herods Kingdom After His Death. This
map shows the Tetrarchies and Roman Administration of
Israel. The Kingdom of Herod the Great Divided.
After Herod the Great had died his kingdom was divided among
his three sons, Antipas, Phillip, and Archelaus. Archelaus
inherited Judea, Antipas was given Galilee and Perea
(Transjordan), and Phillip inherited the predominantly
Gentile areas east and north of the Sea of Galilee. Caesar
Augustus quickly removed Archelaus after there were so many
bad reports about him from the Jews.