Of Severian and Antiochus: their Disagreement from John.
... Severian hearing that Antiochus had collected a fortune by his visit to Constantinople,
determined to follow his example. ... Cf. Bingham, Christ. Antiq. V. 4. 1. ...
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Demonstration v. --Of Wars.
... Demonstration V."Of Wars. 1. This reflection ... beast. For the ten horns were ten
kings  who arose at that time until Antiochus. And he ...
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Relation v. Observations on Certain Points of Spirituality.
... 10. Antiochus was unendurable to himself, and to those who were about him, because
of the stench of his many sins. . 11. ... ii. ch. v. 3. See Foundations, ch. ...
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Appendix v. Rabbinic Theology and Literature
... V. Abh. ... 3. On the 28th King Antiochus was removed from Jerusalem (supposed to refer
to the day of the death of Antiochus, son of Antiochus Epiphanes, in his ...
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Religious and Social State.
... Another religious feature shews itself in v.28, viz. ... ix.17, headed by AV, "Antiochus
promiseth to become a Jew," on which Rawlinson notes, "it is extremely ...
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... The direct reference in v.31 to the pollution of the sanctuary, the temporary ... that
the impious and "contemptible" monarch is none other than Antiochus Epiphanes ...
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... Footnotes:  There is an allusion to the profanation of Antiochus, which is
described Psalm 79.Vide 1 Macc. c. vii. v. 17, and Psalm 79:1, 2, 3. "O God! ...
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... many antichrists; whereby we know that it is the last time" (v.18 ... The first school
of interpreters referred to above, have lighted upon Antiochus Epiphanes as ...
Basil: Letters and Select Works
... Letter IV. To Olympius. Letter V. To Nectarius. Letter VI. To the wife of Nectarius. ...
Letter CXLVI. To Antiochus. Letter CXLVII. To Aburgius. Letter CXLVIII. ...
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Of the Sixth Seal.
... the Lord Jehovah, who made heaven and earth, against whom, though Antiochus might
magnify ... v.23, the names of hills and mountains for the temples of idols. ...
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International Standard Bible EncyclopediaAntiochus V
(Eupator, "Nobleborn"): Son and successor to Antiochus Epiphanes, ascended the throne as a mere boy (163-161 B.C.) under the guardianship of Lysias, who led an expedition to the relief of Jerusalem, which had been besieged by Judas Maccabeus (1 Maccabees 6:18-30; Ant, XII, ix, 4), who was defeated (1 Maccabees 6:42). Antiochus then besieged Jerusalem. Peace was finally concluded on the condition that the Jews should not be compelled to change any of their national customs (1 Maccabees 6:55-60; Ant, XII, ix, 7). Philip, the king's foster-brother (2 Maccabees 9:29), was defeated at Antioch, but soon afterward Lysias and Antiochus were themselves defeated by Demetrius Soter, son of Seleucus Philopator (1 Maccabees 7:4; 2 Maccabees 14:2; Ant, XII, x, 1; Polyb. xxxi0.19; Livy Epit. 46).
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