Of Severian and Antiochus: their Disagreement from John.
... Book VI. Chapter XI."Of Severian and Antiochus: their Disagreement from
John. The odium against John Chrysostom was considerably ...
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They Say that Antiochus of Cyzicum Took from Its Shrine a Statue ...
... Book VI. 21 They say that Antiochus of Cyzicum took from its shrine a statue
of Jupiter made� They say that Antiochus of Cyzicum ...
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The Attack on the Scriptures
... CHAPTER VI THE ATTACK ON THE SCRIPTURES. [Illustration: (drop cap B) A
Greek Warrior] ... FIG.2."COIN OF ANTIOCHUS, THE WICKED KING. ...
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Severian, Bishop of Gabales, and Antiochus, Bishop of Ptolemais. ...
... It appears that Antiochus was the first to visit Constantinople; he gained great
applause by his discourses, amassed some property, and then returned to ... vi. ...
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Chrysostom as Deacon, Priest and Preacher at Antioch. AD 381-398.
... Chapter VI."Chrysostom as Deacon, Priest and Preacher at Antioch. ... A broad street
of four miles, built by Antiochus Epiphanes, traversed the city from east to ...
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The Suffering Servant --vi
... THE SUFFERING SERVANT"VI. ... Was the nation that bore the yokes of a Ptolemy, an Antiochus,
a Herod, a Caesar, the fulfiller of this dream of world-conquest? ...
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Basil: Letters and Select Works
... To Olympius. Letter V. To Nectarius. Letter VI. To the wife of Nectarius. Letter
VII. ... Letter CXLVI. To Antiochus. Letter CXLVII. To Aburgius. Letter CXLVIII. ...
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... emphasize Daniel's prayer three times a day with his face towards Jerusalem,
vi.10, though ... as we recognize it to be a product of the time of Antiochus Epiphanes ...
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Religious and Social State.
... spontaneous assent of his people, may be noticed in Daniel 3:28-30, vi.25-28 ... ix.17,
headed by AV, "Antiochus promiseth to become a Jew," on which Rawlinson notes ...
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The Later Hebrew Histories.
... CHAPTER VI. ... Their heroic leader, Judas Maccabeus, was urging them on to prodigies
of valor in their conflict with the vile Antiochus; such a ringing manifesto ...
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International Standard Bible EncyclopediaAntiochus Vi
(Surnamed Theos (Theos), or, according to coins, Dionysus Epiphanes): Was the son of Alexander Balas, who claimed to be the son of Antiochus Epiphanes. Alexander left the throne to his son in 146 B.C. The young king retired to Arabia-perhaps through compulsion. The shrewd diplomatist and skillful general, Tryphon, succeeded first in winning over to his side the two leaders of the Jews, Jonathan and Simon, and then, by force of arms, in making the Syrians recognize his protege. As soon as the monarchy had been firmly established, Tryphon unmasked his projects: he had been ambitious only for himself; Antiochus had been only an instrument in his hands. In 143; after a reign of a little more than three years, Antiochus was assassinated by Tryphon, who ascended the throne himself (1 Maccabees 13:31; Ant, XIII, vii, 1; Livy Epit. 55).
J. E. Harry
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