Judaea (governors)

Judaea: small province of the Roman empire, more or less equivalent to modern Israel and the Palestinian territories. This part of the Roman empire is exceptionally well-known because we have sources written by the native population.

ROMAN EMPERORS PREFECTS
Augustus (27 BCE - 14 CE) Coponius (6-9)
  M. Ambibulus (9-12)
  Annius Rufus (12-15)
Tiberius (14-37) Valerius Gratus (15-26)
  Pontius Pilate (26-36)
  Marcellus (36-37)
Caligula (37-41) Marullus (37-41)
RULE OF KING HEROD AGRIPPA (41-44)
ROMAN EMPERORS PROCURATORS
Claudius(41-54) C. Cuspius Fadus (44-46)
  Tib. Julius Alexander (46-48)
  P. Ventidius Cumanus (48-52)
  M. Antonius Felix (52-58)
Nero (54-68) Porcius Festus (58-60)
  Lucceius Albinus (60-64)
  Gessius Florus (64-66)
  M. Antonius Julianus (66-70)
FIRST WAR AGAINST THE ROMANS (66-70)
ROMAN EMPERORS PROCURATORS
Vespasian (69-79) S. Vettulenus Cerialis (70-71)
  S. Lucilius Bassus (71-73/74)
Titus (79-81) L. Flavius Silva (73/74-81)
Domitian (81-96) Cn. Pompeius Longinus (c.86)
Nerva (96-98) S. Hermetidius Campanus (c.93)
Trajan (98-117) Atticus (c.100)
  C. Julius Quadratus Bassus (103-105)
  Q. Roscius Coelius Pompeius Falco (105-107)
  Tiberianus (c.114)
SECOND WAR AGAINST THE ROMANS (115-117)
ROMAN EMPERORS PROCURATORS
Trajan (98-117) Lusius Quietus (116-117)
Hadrian (117-138) Cosonius Gallus (until 123)
  Gargilius Antiquus
  Quintus Tineius Rufus (c.132)
  C.Q. Certus Publius Marcellus
THIRD WAR AGAINST THE ROMANS (132-136)