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What little is known about her life and background comes mostly from the early historian Flavius Josephus , who detailed a history of the Jewish people and wrote an account of the Jewish Rebellion of She is also mentioned in the Acts of the Apostles However, it is for her tumultuous love life that she is primarily known from the Renaissance.
Her reputation was based on the bias of the Romans to the Eastern princesses, like Cleopatra or later Zenobia. After a number of failed marriages throughout the 40s, she spent much of the remainder of her life at the court of her brother Herod Agrippa II, amidst rumors the two were carrying on an incestuous relationship. However, her unpopularity among the Romans compelled Titus to dismiss her on his accession as emperor in When he died two years later, she disappeared from the historical record.
Her elder brother was Agrippa II b. Josephus records three short-lived marriages in Berenice's life, the first which took place sometime between 41 and 43, to Marcus Julius Alexander , brother of Tiberius Julius Alexander and son of Alexander the Alabarch of Alexandria.
Josephus was not the only ancient writer to suggest incestuous relations between Berenice and Agrippa. Juvenal , in his sixth satire , outright claims that they were lovers.
Popular rumors may also have been fueled by the fact that Agrippa himself never married during his lifetime. Like her brother, Berenice was a client ruler of the parts of the Roman Empire that lie in the present-day Israel. The Acts of the Apostles records that during this time, Paul the Apostle appeared before their court at Caesarea. During his administration, the Jews were systematically discriminated against in favour of the Greek population of the region.