Cumanus Ventidius

Cumanus Ventidius, procurator of Judaea immediately next to Alexander (a short time after Fadus), and partly in conjunction with Felix (q.v.), B.C. 4953; under his administration the commotions broke out that led eventually to the final war with the Romans (Josephus, Ant. 20:5, 2 and 3; 6, 1-3; War, 2:12, 1- 7).

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