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Kingdom of Judea (WIP)

Post by House of Judah on Wed Dec 23, 2015 7:54 pm

The Kingdom of Judea is a theocratic absolute hereditary monarchy in the Holy Land and is led by Yitzchak I.  It is the latest of several independent Jewish states that emerged after a Jewish revolt against various foreign rulers.  The realm has existed continuously for 96 years since a revolt led by Yehudah ben Gideon, the founder of the line and noble house that rules in the state.  The House of Judah rules the realm from Jerusalem.

The only exception to King of Judeans near universal rule is the Duchy of Cyprus, the Doux of which is a vassal of the King and exercises a great deal of independent rule.



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Light Blue: Weak Claim
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HISTORY (WIP)

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GOVERNMENT

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OVERVIEW

The Kingdom of Judea is ruled by the King of Judeans, currently Yitzchak I (Yitzchak ben Benyamin ben Yehudah).  Since the Judea is an absolute monarchy, the King of Judeans is generally free to rule in any manner he pleases, creating and abolishing laws at his own discretion.  Despite this, part of the King’s authority is derived from religious justifications and thus he is constrained by the legal codes found within the Hebrew bible, the Tanakh.



ROYAL SUCCESSION

Royal succession laws follow agnatic-cognatic primogeniture succession.  Although each living son of the father, upon his death, is entitled to a share of the inheritance, the majority of the castles and estates belonging to the House of Judah are considered property of the Crown, and are thus inherited in their entirety by the King’s senior heir.  Seniority in the line of succession is determined by gender and order of birth.  The first born son is first in the line of succession, and is followed by the senior heir of the first born son and so on.  If there is no son, the the first born daughter and her heir takes precedence, and if there are no children then the father and his next heir (i.e. brothers and sisters of the King) takes precedence.  Consider this example.  According to this tree, the line of succession would be as follows:

  1. A
  2. AB
  3. ABA
  4. AA
  5. AAA
  6. C
  7. CA
  8. B
  9. BA
  10. D
  11. DA
  12. 1
  13. 1B
  14. 1BA
  15. 1A
  16. 1AA

Note that the existence of other male heirs does not supplant the seniority of the eldest male-descendant line, so granddaughter of the crown AA is fourth in the line of succession over her uncle C who is sixth.  Children of the King are included in the line of succession, whether legitimate or not, unless they are born to a slave or a non-jewess.  An apostate is not automatically excluded from the succession, but may still be excluded or prevented from inherriting anyways.  The current line of succession is as follows:

  1. Benyamin ben Yitzchak (1st Son)
  2. Ari ben Yitzchak (2nd Son)
  3. Eliezer ben Yitazchak (3rd Son)
  4. Aaron ben Yitzchak (Fourth Son)
  5. Shmuel ben Yitzchak (Fifth Son)
  6. Sarah bat Yitzchak (1st Daughter)
  7. Yael bat Yitzchak (2nd Daughter)
  8. Tzofia bat Yitzchak (3rd Daughter)
  9. Asher ben Benyamin (3rd Brother*)
  10. Shimon ben Benyamin (4th Brother*)
  11. Elisheva bat Benyamin (1st Sister)
  12. Ayla bat Benyamin (2nd Sister)

*Yitzchak I is the second son of Benyamin ben Yehudah ben Yehudah, and as such is the “2nd Brother”



SMALL COUNCIL

The King is assisted in his rule by his ministers and closest advisors who make up the Small Council (HaKnesset Katan).  Membership of the Small Council varies but typically includes the Chancellor, Marshall, Chief Steward, High Constable, Kohen Gadol, Chief of the Rabbinic Council and the King’s spymaster.  In recent years, the Bishop of Jerusalem and the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem have been made members of the Small Council to act as advocates for their respective religious communities as well as to advise the King on the sentiments and probable responses to proposed new laws of those same communities.

  • Chancellor of Judea
    Current Holder: Benyamin ben Yitzchak ben Yehudah
    The Chancellor of Judea is the most powerful of the King’s ministers.  He is the King’s right hand, overseeing all other ministers, as well as being intimately involved in the administration and foreign affairs of the Kingdom.  The Chancellor is particularly concerned with the legal code and overseeing the magistrates and governors appointed by the King.  The Chancellor is the the King’s second on the Small Council and is the designated regent if the King is abroad or otherwise indisposed.  Because of this authority, the office is frequently conferred on the person first in the line of succession once they are deemed responsible and mature enough for the post so as to help make the vassal’s and subjects of the King accustomed to being led by the heir.

    • Keeper of the King’s Seal
      Current Holder: Benyamin ben Yitzchak ben Yehudah
      The Keeper of the King’s Seal is a title closely associated with the Chancellor of Judea.  Before an edict can become law, the King must affix his seal to it, making the Keeper a very prestigious title.  The title Keeper of the King’s Seal is frequently also held by the Chancellor of Judea.  This is not always the case, however.  When a Chancellor is considered young or inexperienced, a more experienced person may be given the title Keeper of the King’s Seal to allow him to act as an advisor and tutor for the Chancellor.  This is particularly common if upon his ascension, the King’s heir is too young to assume the title of Chancellor.  Another would be given the title and, once the heir has come of age, he would be made the Chancellor while the previous holder of the title would still retain the title Keeper of the King’s seal.


  • Marshall of Judea
    Current Holder: Ari ben Yitzchak ben Yehudah
    The Marshall of Judea is the King’s senior military commander besides himself.  He is responsible for organizing the defenses of Kingdom, including the construction and maintenance of fortifications and ensuring the required levies are prepared to be raised when needed.  He advises the King on matters of war.  The Marshall’s role also encompasses law enforcement.  Local garrison commanders will be assigned as sheriffs to uphold the King’s law.
  • Chief Steward of Judea
    Current Holder: Avishai ben Adi
    The Chief Steward of Judea is a royal minister primarily concerned with the finances of the Kingdom.  He is charged with maintaining accounts of the Royal Treasury, collecting taxes, and distributing funds as the King directs.  The Chief Steward also advises the King on matters of trade and infrastructure, as well as any matter that might be involved in the economics of the Kingdom.
  • King’s Spymaster
    Current Holder: Barak ben Boaz
    The Spymaster isn’t, properly speaking, an actual royal minister.  Still, the Spymaster is one of the most important advisers to the King.  The Spymaster is charged with managing the various agents of espionage in the King’s employ.  Although primarily concerned with internal and external threats to the King and Kingdom, the Spymaster is expected to also devote their resources to gaining intelligence on and influencing international trade and politics to the benefit of the King.  If the King ever feels the need to subtly aid someone in making an earlier appointment with the Archangel Samael or sabotage the workings of another, he will turn to the Spymaster to accomplish the task.
  • Kohen Gadol
    Current Holder: Eliezer ben Eliyahu
    The Kohen Gadol is the High Priest of the Jewish faith and the leader of the Kohanistic faction of Judaism.  He holds all the rights and responsibilities of the biblical high priests and must be able to draw their genealogy back to Aaron, the first Kohen Gadol.  His primary duties are to oversee the Temple in Jerusalem and to maintain the schedule of ritual sacrifices.  He can also be called upon to provide opinions on Jewish law, particularly those related to ritual and sacrifice.  The Kohen Gadol is one of two advisers on Jewish religious codes found in the Tanakh, the Hebrew Bible, and typically takes a more literalist stance on laws from scripture, focusing on the letter of the law.
  • Chief Rabbi of Judea (Chief of the Rabbinic Council)
    Current Holder: Amnon ben Amos
    The Chief Rabbi is the head of the Rabbinic Council and the leader of the Rabbinic faction of Judaism.  Unlike the Kohen Gadol, whose right to leadership is based on his direct descendance from Aaron, the Chief Rabbi is a scholar who is recognized by the rest of the Rabbinic community as being the foremost expert on scripture and religious legal codes.  This recognition is as often political as it is based on actual expertise.  Despite this, the Chief Rabbi is still rightly regarded as a particular expert on the legal codes from liturgical sources, including the interpretive aspects related to Talmud.  The Chief Rabbi is one of two advisers on Jewish religious codes found in the Tanakh, the Hebrew Bible, and typically takes a more interpretive stance on laws from scripture, focusing on the intent of the law.
  • Bishop of Jerusalem
    Current Holder: Cardinal Saul of Jerusalem
    The Bishop of Jerusalem is the spiritual leader of the Christian faith within the Kingdom of Judea.  Along with his responsibilities of ministry to his flock and subservience to the Pope, the Bishop of Jerusalem is called upon to be the principal representative of Christians in Judea to the King.  The Bishop is tasked with advising the King on potential conflicts of Christian law with his own laws and keeping him informed of the goings on in the Christian community.  The Bishop of Jerusalem is also charged with the maintenance of the properties of the Latin Church within Judea. The Bishop of Jerusalem remains the representatives of Christians in the Small Council despite the schism between Rome and Constantinople.
  • Grand Mufti of Jerusalem
    Current Holder: Abd Al-Malik Alim Ibn Abd Al-Rashid Ibn Abd Al-Wali al-Abd Allah
    The Grand Mufti of Jerusalem is the religious head of Sunni Islam within Judea.  While also being responsible for providing guidance on matters of faith to the Sunni community in Judea, he is also tasked with advising the King on matters related to the Muslim subjects of Judea.  Although there are similar leaders of other Muslim communities within Judea, the vast majority of Judean Muslims are Sunni and as such their leaders have not been invited to the Small Council.




THE GREAT COUNCIL

The Great Council (HaKnesset Gadol) is an assemblage of the nobility, religious leaders and other notables of the Kingdom of Judea.  It serves as an advisory body to the King.  Although it has no legal authority, the Great Council can force the King to expend political capital to force acceptance of a law the Great Council rejects.


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HOUSE OF JUDAH

Post by House of Judah on Wed Dec 23, 2015 7:57 pm

OVERVIEW
The House of Judah (also called the House of ben Yehudah or Bnei Yehudah) is the royal house of Judea.  It was founded by Yehudah ben Menacham, who led a revolt against the Abbasids in 919 CE as a result of growing tensions between Muslim rulers of the Holy Land and Jewish majority.  Historians in the employ of Yehudah ben Menacham confirmed his descent from the Davidic and Hasmonean lines, making clear his and his heirs rightful claims to leadership of the Jews and rulership of the Holy Land.

FAMILY TREE

Code:
Yehudah ben Menachan (deceased)
├Benyamin ben Yehudah (deceased)
│├Yehudah ben Benyamin (deceased)
││├Benyamin ben Yehudah (deceased)
│││├Yehudah ben Benyamin (deceased)
│││├Elisheva bat Benyamin (15)
││││└Adalya ben Elisheva (16)
│││├Ayla bat Benyamin (17)
││││├Levi ben Ayla (18)
││││└Channah bat Ayla (19)
│││├Yitzchak ben Benyamin (♛)
││││├Benyamin ben Yitzchak (1)
││││├Ari ben Yitzchak (2)
││││├Sarah bat Yitzchak (5)
││││├Eliez ben Yitzchak (3)
││││├Yael bat Yitzchak (6)
││││├Tzofia bat Yitzchak (7)
││││└Shmuel ben Yitzchak (4)
│││├Asher ben Benyamin (8)
││││├Kinneret bat Asher (10)
││││├Shachar bat Asher (11)
││││├Yehudit bat Asher (12)
││││└Eldad ben Asher (9)
│││└Shimon ben Benyamin (13)
│││ └Benyamin ben Shimon (14)
││├Penuel ben Yehudah (deceased)
│││├Sagit bat Penuel (20)
││││├Immanuel ben Sagit (21)
││││├Avigayil bat Sagit (23)
││││├Talmai ben Sagit (22)
││││├Rut bat Sagit (24)
││││└Elisheba bat Sagit (25)
│││└Rivkah bat Penuel (26)
│││ ├Miriam bat Rivkah (31)
│││ ├Ora bat Rivkah (32)
│││ ├Hagar bat Rivkah (33)
│││ ├Yehudit bat Rivkah (34)
│││ ├Avraham ben Rivkah (27)
│││ ├Channah bat Rivkah (35)
│││ ├Uriel ben Rivkah (28)
│││ ├Mattityahu ben Rivkah (29)
│││ ├Chava bat Rivkah (36)
│││ └Yonatan ben Rivkah (30)
││├Salome bat Yehudah (84)
│││├Gavriel ben Salome (85)
││││├Ophir ben Gavrie (86)
││││└Yehochanan ben Gavriel (87)
│││├Yochanan ben Salome (88)
││││├Salome bat Yochanan (93)
││││├Orel ben Yochanan (89)
││││├Elazar ben Yochanan (90)
││││├Miriam bat Yochanan (94)
││││├Itai ben Yochanan (91)
││││├Basmat bat Yochanan (95)
││││└Gavriel ben Yochanan (92)
│││├Elisheva bat Salome (9)
││││├Gavriel ben Elisheva (100)
││││├Bityah bat Elisheva (106)
││││├Mattityahu ben Elisheva (101)
││││├Mikhael ben Elisheva (102)
││││├Yosef ben Elisheva (103)
││││├Yeshayahu ben Elisheva (104)
││││├Yaakov ben Elisheva (105)
││││├Yehudit bat Elisheva (107)
││││├Orpah bat Elisheva (108)
││││├Channah bat Elisheva (109)
││││└Atarah bat Elisheva (110)
│││├Anath ben Salome (96)
││││├Pyrrhos ben Anath (97)
││││└Mnason ben Anath (98)
│││└Sagit bat Salome (111)
│││ ├Yosef ben Sagit (112)
│││ ├Mikhael ben Sagit (113)
│││ ├Yochanan ben Sagit (114)
│││ ├Akiba ben Sagit (115)
│││ ├Kenan ben Sagit (116)
│││ ├Margalit bat Sagit (119)
│││ ├Miriam bat Sagit (120)
│││ ├Shelomoh ben Sagit (117)
│││ └Uriah ben Sagit (118)
││└Shelomoh ben Yehudah (37)
││ ├Ofnat bat Shelomoh (54)
││ ├Michaela bat Shelomoh (55)
││ │├Nira bat Michaela (61)
││ │├Raanan ben Michaela (56)
││ │├Tira bat Michaela (62)
││ │├Gadit bat Michaela (63)
││ │├Gilit bat Michaela (64)
││ │├Yonina bat Michaela (65)
││ │├David ben Michaela (57)
││ │├Yosef ben Michaela (58)
││ │├Miriam bat Michaela (66)
││ │├Yochanan ben Michaela (59)
││ │└Samuel ben Michaela (60)
││ ├Zalmen ben Shelomoh (38)
││ │├Shira bat Zalmen (44)
││ │├Livyah bat Zalmen (45)
││ │├Zehira bat Zalmen (46)
││ │├Yidel ben Zalmen (39)
││ │├Pirchit bat Zalmen (47)
││ │├Gidon ben Zalmen (40)
││ │├Shimon ben Zalmen (41)
││ │├Nitzchiya bat Zalmen (48)
││ │├Yoval ben Zalmen (42)
││ │└Yiskah bat Zalmen (43)
││ ├Uzziah ben Shelomoh (49)
││ │├Dovit ben Uzziah (50)
││ │├Amnon ben Uzziah (51)
││ │├Atalyah bat Uzziah (53)
││ │└Hadar ben Uzziah (52)
││ ├Margalit bat Shelomoh (67)
││ │├Zahara bat Margalit (73)
││ │├Ari ben Margalit (68)
││ │├Sara bat Margalit (74)
││ │├Hadasa bat Margalit (75)
││ │├Yerusha ben Margalit (69)
││ │├Amarya ben Margalit (70)
││ │├Shira bat Margalit (76)
││ │├Zakai ben Margalit (71)
││ │└Elifaz ben Margalit (72)
││ ├Sirel bat Shelomoh (77)
││ │├Achiya ben Sirel (78)
││ │├Aharon ben Sirel (79)
││ │├Sivan ben Sirel (80)
││ │├Zevul ben Sirel (81)
││ │├Tzuriel ben Sirel (82)
││ │└Katriel ben Shirel (83)
││ └Malachi ben Shelomoh (missing)
..
..
..
Name (Place in Succession)

COAT OF ARMS
The arms of the family depict a lion (the traditional emblem of Judah) carrying a harp (which appeared on the arms of King David) and wearing a crown.  The official blazon is
Azure, a lion with coronet rampant holding a harp Or.  Around all a wreath of olive branches Or.
Any member of the house may bear the arms, though the head of the house may forbid a member at his own discretion.  Many members of the family eventually develop their own arms which frequently contain the lion and harp, however before they do most will use the arms of their father modified with a cadency.  For sons, this cadency most often is accomplished by the addition of the emblem of one of Twelve Tribes of Israel at the top of the arms.  The order is according to the order of the sons of Jacob, though his fourth son (Judah) is skipped as most of the arms already contain a lion of Judah.  Cadency is typically according to this progression for the sons:

  1. a mandrake root
  2. a castle
  3. a representation of the Urim weTummim (priestly breast plate)
  4. a crescent over a sun in his splendour
  5. a ship
  6. a snake
  7. a tent
  8. a deer
  9. an olive tree
  10. an ox and an oryx
  11. a wolf

There are other symbols that might be substituted or portions of the full emblem that may be used (for example, an antler may be substituted for a full deer for the eighth son).  There is not set pattern of cadency for daughters but frequent charges include bees, pomegranates, heifers, and tambourines.


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RELIGION (WIP)

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OVERVIEW
The Judaism is the state religion of the Kingdom of Judea and the overwhelming majority of Judeans are adherents of that faith.  The importance of Jerusalem and other locations within the Holy Land to various other faiths has resulted in the presence of several other faiths within the kingdom.  Yitzchak I has an official policy of tolerance for the other faiths, allowing their pilgrims and merchants to freely access his lands.

JUDAISM
Judaism is the oldest Abrahamic faith in existence and is the dominant faith in Judea.  The holiest text of the faith is the Torah, also known as the Five Books of Moses, which is itself part of a larger body of text called the Tanakh.  These texts are supplemented by further texts of interpretation and study (such as the Talmud, which has partial recognition as a source of religious authority), which are often called Oral or Living Torah.  Within the Torah are 613 commandments which Jews are required to uphold, including the offering of sacrifices at the Temple in Jerusalem, the holiest site in Judaism.  The most important of these are the first ten.  Like the larger Abrahamic faiths, Judaism is separated into different sects, although vast majority of Jews are followers of the mainline faith.  The mainline faith is further subdivided into two major movements: the Kohanist Movement and the Rabbinic Movement.

For almost nine hundred years, many of the commandments were impossible to fulfil due to the destruction of the Second Temple by the Romans.  This remained case until the completion of Third Temple by Yehudah II (Yehudah ben Benyamin ben Yehudah), the grandfather of Yitzchak I.  The completion of the Third Temple resulted in the resurrection of the Kohanim and the sacrificial cult.

KOHANISTIC JUDAISM
Kohanistic Judaism takes it name from the kohanim (priests), who kohanists view as still being the primary stewards of the Jewish faith and the legitimate interpreters of scriptures.  Because the responsibilities of the kohanim are tied to the Temple in Jerusalem, kohanists view the rabbis as fulfilling the role of religious and spiritual guidance outside Jerusalem, but that they should still be guided by the kohanim in Jerusalem.

The kohanists recognize the Kohen Gadol, the High Priest, to be the overall head of the Jewish faith.  Succession of the Kohen Gadol is hereditary and descended from Aaron, the brother of Moses and first Kohen Gadol.  The kohanists recognize the validity of Oral Torah, though they believe that in modern times the kohanim are the primary adjudicators of the tradition.

Kohanism enjoys strong support from the King of Judeans, and the majority of the upper classes favor the movement to emulate and curry favor with the Crown.  Proximity to the Temple and the kohanim that operate it further strengthens the movement in the core regions around Jerusalem.

RABBINIC JUDAISM
Rabbinic Judaism, unlike Kohanistic Judaism, view the rabbis as the proper leaders of the Jewish faith while the kohanim should keep their focus on maintenance of the of the Temple and the schedule of sacrifices.  For centuries after the destruction of the Second Temple, the Jewish people turned to the rabbis for religious and spiritual guidance.  The tradition of Oral Torah was developed by the rabbis and continues to hold a strong influence on Judaism.

Rabbinic Judaism recognizes no real overall head of the Jewish faith, however the Chief Rabbi of Judea (who heads the Rabbinic Council of Judea) is regarded as the most learned and wisest of all Jewish religious leaders.  The Rabbinic Council of Judea is itself made up of the Chief Rabbis of the more localized rabbinic councils (e.g. Rabbinic Council of Jerusalem, Rabbinic Council of Jaffa, etc.), who in turn choose their own leader.

Rabbinic Judaism recieves the majority of its support from the lower classes of Judea, particularly in the northern portion of the country.

KARAITE JUDAISM
Karaite Judaism is considered a heretical teaching within the mainstream Jewish community.  Similarly to Kohanistic Judaism, Karaites believe that the Kohen Gadol should be the religious head of Judaism, but differ from the Kohanists in that they reject the tradition of Oral Torah.  The rejection of the laws that many other Jews believe in firmly has made the Karaites outcasts from the majority of Judean society.  Karaites are forbidden access to the Temple in Jerusalem, and the majority live in insular communities away from major cities, though many live in ghettos around cities like Jerusalem, Jaffa and Ascalon.

SAMARITANISM
Samaritanism is a religion closely related to Judaism, however there are a number of differences.  Key among them is the belief that Mount Gerizim, and not the Temple Mount, is the holiest place on earth, as detailed in the Samaritan Torah (the Memer Markah) which is written in the Samaritan language.  The majority of Samaritans live in the city of Nablus.

During the reign of Benyamin ben Yehudah ben Menacham (Benyamin I), the Samaritans revolted against Benyamin’s rule due to his policy of repression of non-Jewish religions.  The Samaritans were defeated, expelled from Nablus, and forbidden access to Mount Gerizim.  This policy was reversed by Yehudah ben Benyamin ben Yehudah (Yehudah II) during his time as Regent for his father when the Samaritan Kohen Gadol came to him and begged for the restriction on his people to be lifted.


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NOTABLE PERSONS

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Name
House
Titles and Roles
Faith
At Court
Yitzchak I (Yitzchak ben Benyamin)ben YehudahKing of Judeans, Lord of Jerusalem and all IsraelJewish
Chava bat EliezerQueen Consort of JudeaJewish
Benyamin ben Yitzchak (Beni)ben YehudahCrown Prince of Judea, Chancellor of JudeaJewish
Ari ben Yitzchakben YehudahPrince of Judea, Marshal of JudeaJewish
Sarah bat Yitzchakben YehudahPrincess of JudeaJewish
Eliezer ben Yitzchakben YehudahPrince of JudeaJewish
Yael bat Yitzchakben YehudahPrincess of JudeaJewish
Tzofia bat Yitzchakben YehudahPrincess of JudeaJewish
Aaron ben Yitzchakben YehudahPrince of JudeaJewish
Eliezer ben EliyahuKohen Gadol (High Priest)Jewish
Amnon ben AmosChief Rabbi of Judea, Chief of the Rabbinic CouncilJewish
Daniel of JerusalemBishop of JerusalemChristian
Abd Al-Malik Alim Ibn Abd Al-Rashid Ibn Abd Al-Walial-Abd AllahGrand Mufti of JerusalemSunni
Avishai ben AdiChief Steward of JudeaJewish
Barak ben BoazKing’s SpymasterJewish
Aloysde NarbonnesCaptain of the Nazorean GuardChristian
Aliénorde NarbonnesCourtier in JerusalemChristian
Yafo (Jaffa)
Anath ben Salomeben YehudahGovernor of Yafo (Jaffa)Jewish
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Mnson ben Anathben YehudahSteward of Yafo (Jaffa)Jewish
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