Letter Lxii. --To John and Antiochus.
... Chapter II. Letter LXII."To John and Antiochus. Athanasius to John and Antiochus,
our beloved sons and fellow-presbyters in the Lord, greeting. ...
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On Daniel. Ii. The Interpretation by Hippolytus, (Bishop) of Rome ...
...  1 Macc. ii. 33. ... x. He pretended to be the son of Antiochus Epiphanes, and
even gained a decree of the senate of Rome in his favour as such. ...
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... BOOK II. ... to pretend that, "the Jews placed an ass's head in their holy place;" and
he affirms that this was discovered when Antiochus Epiphanes spoiled our ...
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The Epistle of Paul the Apostle to the Ephesians
... It was probably founded about BC250 by Antiochus II. Theos, and named after
his wife Laodike. It was distant eleven miles from Colossae. ...
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For, First of All, under King Seleucus, the Son of Antiochus the ...
... Book II. Chapter XVIII. For, first of all, under king Seleucus, the son
of Antiochus the great� For, first of all, under king ...
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They Say that Antiochus of Cyzicum Took from Its Shrine a Statue ...
... They say that Antiochus of Cyzicum took from its shrine a statue of Jupiter made
of gold ten  cubits high, and set up in its place one ... ip 160; also ii. ...
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... Hosea ii.19 ... The words of 2 Maccabees v.17, which say that Antiochus Epiphanes had
power to overthrow the Temple, "because of the multitude of sins," are quoted ...
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But that the Order of the Dates May be Correctly Preserved...
... Book II. ... But that the order of the dates may be correctly preserved, and that it
may appear more clearly who this Antiochus was, we shall enumerate both the ...
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Dialogue ii. --The Unconfounded.
... Book V. Dialogue II."The Unconfounded. Eranistes and Orthodoxus.
Eran."I am come as I promised. 'Tis yours to adopt one of two ...
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... CHAP. I. AND II. The prophet begins with the words: "Hear ... the promise in
chap. ii.12, 13, is supposed to have taken place. It is not ...
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International Standard Bible EncyclopediaAntiochus Ii
Surnamed Theos (Theos, "god"): Son and successor of Antiochus (261-246 B.C.). He made a successful war on Ptolemy Philadelphus of Egypt, but was obliged to buy peace in 250 by divorcing his wife, Laodice, and by marrying Ptolemy's daughter, Berenice. After the death of Ptolemy, "the king of the south" (Daniel 11:6) 248 B.C., he recalled Laodice and named her eldest son (Seleucus Kallinikos) as his successor to the throne; but Laodice (probably because she feared a second repudiation) had Berenice, her child, and Antiochus all murdered (246 B.C.). The Milesians gave him the surname of Theos in gratitude for his liberating them from the tyranny of Timarchus. (See Arrian, I, 17, 10, and 18, 2; Josephus, Ant, XII, iii, 2; Dittenberger, Sylloge Inscr. Graec, 166-71.)
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