The History of the Prophetic Sermons, Epistles, and Apocalypses
... VII THE HISTORY OF THE PROPHETIC SERMONS, EPISTLES, AND APOCALYPSES. ... came to the
Jews as a result of the relentless persecutions of Antiochus Epiphanes, between ...
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In Judæa and through Samaria - a Sketch of Samaritan History and ...
... CHAPTER VII. ... After that it enjoyed a season of quiet under Egyptian rule, till the
reign of Antiochus (III.) the Great, when it again passed temporarily, and ...
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Two Famous Versions of the Scriptures
... CHAPTER VII TWO FAMOUS VERSIONS OF THE SCRIPTURES. ... About a hundred years before the
days of Antiochus (of whom we read in our last chapter) a company of Jews ...
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... horn" of viii.9 is the same as the little horn of vii.8, 20 ... of the temple, the abolition
of the sacrifice"is an undisguised allusion to Antiochus Epiphanes in ...
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Basil: Letters and Select Works
... Letter VI. To the wife of Nectarius. Letter VII. To Gregory my friend. Letter VIII. ...
Letter CXLVI. To Antiochus. Letter CXLVII. To Aburgius. Letter CXLVIII. ...
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That it was Before Predicted that the World Would Hold us in ...
... suffer these things."  Assuredly his faith was sincere and his virtue sound,
and abundantly pure, not to have regarded king Antiochus, but God the ... vii. ...
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Life and Writings of Sulpitius Severus.
... Chapter VII. Those, therefore, who were possessed of power along with him� ... For, first
of all, under king Seleucus, the son of Antiochus the great� ...
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Apion Book 2 Footnotes
... to have described the famous profanation of the Jewish temple by Antiochus Epiphanes,
should ... hundred in the Greek, contrary to the twenty in the War, B. VII. ...
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What Charge David Gave Tohis Son Solomon at the Approach of his ...
... BOOK VII. ... at by what I shall now say; for a thousand and three hundred years afterward
Hyrcanus the high priest, when he was besieged by Antiochus, that was ...
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The Ecclesiastical History of Theodoret
... V. Festal. VI. Festal. VII. To Theonilla. VIII. To Eugraphia. ... To Protogenes The Præfect.
XCV. To the Præfect Antiochus. XCVI. To Nomus the Patrician. XCVII. ...
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International Standard Bible EncyclopediaAntiochus Vii
(Surnamed Sidetes, Sidetes, after Sida in Pamphylia, where he was educated): Younger son of Demetrius Soter and brother of Demetrius Nicator, whose wife, Cleopatra, he married when Demetrius was taken prisoner by the Parthians. Antiochus overthrew the usurper, Tryphon, and ascended the throne himself and reigned from 139 to 130 B.C. He defeated John Maccabeus and besieged Jerusalem (Ant., XIII, viii, 2), but concluded a favorable peace (Ant., XIII, viii, 3) from fear of Rome. Later he waged war with the Parthians and was slain in battle (1 Maccabees 15:2-9, 28-31).
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