- King of the Jews
King of the Jews may refer to:
Ruler of historic Jewish kingdoms and client states:
Kingdom of Israel(c.1050 – 722 BCE)
Kingdom of Judah(c.931 – 586 BCE)
Hasmoneandynasty (140 – 37 BCE)
Herodian Dynasty(37 BCE – 92 CE)Others:
* 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.
* Nickname for various
Jewish-American organized crimebosses
* A title of the
** See also
Jewish Messiah claimants
* Among Christians, a title of
*"King of the Jews", play by
Grand Duke Konstantin Konstantinovich of Russia
*"King of the Jews", book by
*"King of the Jews", 1979 novel by
*"King of the Jews", 2005 book by
* "King of the Jews", a track on the 1973 Christian Rock album "
What a Day" by Phil Keaggy
* "King of the Jews", a track on the 1983 Christian Rock album "
Riders in the Sky (album)" by David and the Giants
* "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.
* "King of the Jews", a essay film that screened at "
Sundance Film Festival" in 2000 by " Jay Rosenblatt"
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