Greek3079. Lusias -- Lysias, a Roman ... Lysias
, a Roman. Part of Speech: Noun, Masculine Transliteration: Lusias Phonetic
Spelling: (loo-see'-as) Short Definition: Claudius Lysias
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2804. Klaudios -- Claudius, the name of an Emperor, also an army ...
... Definition: (a) Claudius, the fourth of the Roman Emperors, Tiberius Claudius Caesar
Augustus Germanicus, who ruled AD 41-54, (b) Claudius Lysias, a tribune at ...
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The Trial at Caesarea
... conviction. Claudius Lysias, in his letter to Felix, had borne a similar
testimony in regard to Paul's conduct. Moreover, Felix ...
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... Claudius Lysias writes to the governor of Judaea that Paul was accused by his
fellow-citizens, not of crimes deserving punishment, but on some controversial ...
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... He remembered the purpose of the similar request preferred before Claudius Lysias,
and perceived that his only safety was in frustrating their present attempt. ...
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Paul a Prisoner
... "As they went about to kill him, tidings came unto the chief captain of the band,
that all Jerusalem was in an uproar." Claudius Lysias well knew the turbulent ...
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Paul in the Temple
... enclosure. Tidings 'came up' to the officer in command, Claudius Lysias
by name (Acts 23:26), that all Jerusalem was in confusion. ...
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... governor. (25) And he wrote a letter in this form: (26) Claudius Lysias
to the most excellent governor Felix, greeting. (27) This ...
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Paul's Missionary Labors.
... Trophimus; dragged him out of the sanctuary, lest they should defile it with blood,
and would undoubtedly have killed him had not Claudius Lysias, the Roman ...
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Paul's Epistles; his Collection for the Poor Saints at Jerusalem ...
... The chief captain, whose name was Claudius Lysias, [134:4] at once "took soldiers
and centurions," and running down to the rioters, arrived in time to prevent ...
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... The answer to his prayers was about to be realized, and the promise made him by
night in the prison of Claudius Lysias that he should yet testify of Jesus in ...
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Luke's Attitude Towards the Roman World
... be, that a Roman citizen necessarily had a Roman name, that Paul could not have
revealed himself to the magistrates at Philippi or to Claudius Lysias, and that ...
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Smith's Bible DictionaryLysias Claudius
a chief captain of the band, that is, tribune of the Roman cohort who rescued St. Paul from the hands of the infuriated mob at Jerusalem, and sent him under a guard to Felix, the governor or proconsul of Caesarea. (Acts 21:31) seq.; Acts 23:26; 24:7 (A.D. 55.)
Lysias: Chief Captain of Roman Troops in Jerusalem
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