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Audience Hall
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Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
Audience Hall
Audience HallA room (Gk. akroatḗrion, “place of hearing”) in Herod Agrippa’s praetorium at Caesarea where criminal cases were decided. It was here that Paul faced not only Festus the Roman procurator and his five tribunes but also King Agrippa and Bernice, after having appealed to Caesar (Acts 25:23).
Eerdmans Bible Dictionary
Audience Hall
Audience Hall (Gk. akroatḗrion “place of hearing”; so KJV). A room (NEB “audience-chamber”) in Herod Agrippa’s praetorium at Caesarea where criminal cases were decided. It was here that Paul faced not only Festus the Roman procurator and his five tribunes but also King Agrippa and Bernice, after