The same fate threatened Herod Antipas, if he was not able to bring peace into his province. Therefore he appointed Jesus governor.
3. In 20 CE Tiberias was founded; the first coins of Tiberias were from that year. The newly founded city, an example for a new society, became the new capital of Galilee.
4. In about 32 CE Herod Antipas married his niece Herodias, Josephus, Ant. 18, 5, 1. A short time later, in about 33 CE, Jesus was dismissed as governor, Mk 3, 6, and went into exile to Tyre, Mark 7, 24.
5. In 34 CE the tetrarch Philip died, Josephus, Ant. 18, 4, 6.
6. In 35 CE the citizens of Caesarea Philippi, encouraged by the Parthian successes in the Armenian crisis, elected Jesus, who came back from exile, as tetrarch and the successor to Philip (Mark 8,29. Later Peter, as church leader, had to confirm this election).
7. In 36 CE Jesus was crucified by Pilate at Gerizim in Samaria, Josephus, Ant. 18, 4, 1.