Appendix iv. An Abstract of Jewish History from the Reign of ...
... object of contention between the rulers of Egypt and Syria, Palestine ultimately
passed from Egyptian to Syrian domination during the reign of Seleucus IV. ...
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In Judæa and through Samaria - a Sketch of Samaritan History and ...
... a season of quiet under Egyptian rule, till the reign of Antiochus (III.) the Great,
when it again passed temporarily, and under his successor, Seleucus IV. ...
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Index i. Of Subjects
... Seleucus I.((Nicator) grants the Jews of Asia Minor citizenship, i.71. Seleucus
IV. (Philopator) conquers Samaria, i.397. Sephiroth. See Kabbalah. ...
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Life and Writings of Sulpitius Severus.
... Chapter IV. But in Judæa, over which, as we have related above� ... Chapter XVIII. For,
first of all, under king Seleucus, the son of Antiochus the great� ...
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Death of the Tyrants Magnentius and Silvanus the Apostate. ...
... Book IV. ... But he was pursued by the troops of Constantius, and being overtaken at
a spot called Mount Seleucus, he escaped alone from the encounter, and fled to ...
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Introduction to the Homilies on S. Ignatius and S. Babylas.
... The house of Seleucus Nicator, founder of the Syrian monarchy was said to have struck
his hoof upon one of the arrows dropped by Apollo in the hurry of his ... iv. ...
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Diversity of Dreams and visions Epicurus Thought Lightly of Them ...
... Euphorion has publicly recorded as a fact, that, previous to giving birth to Seleucus,
his mother Laodice foresaw that he was destined for the empire of ... iv. ...
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Narrative Concerning the Prince of the Edessenes.
... IV. ... of the one hundred and seventeenth Olympiad (or, according to the Armenian, to
the third year of the same Olympiad), the time when Seleucus Nicanor began ...
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The Seven Ecumenical Councils
... The great Synod has stringently forbidden any bishop, presbyter� Canon IV. ... Canon
IV. Concerning those who have been forced to sacrifice, and who� ...
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Book 13 Footnotes
... one hundred and seventy years of the Assyrians mean no more, as Josephus explains
himself here, than from the sara of Seleucus, which as ... ch.3. sect.1; B. IV. ...
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Smith's Bible DictionarySeleucus Iv
(Philopator), son of Antiochus the Great, whom he succeeded B.C. 187 "king of Asia," 2 Macc. 3:3, that is, of the provinces included in the Syrian monarchy, according to the title claimed by the Seleucidae, even when they had lost their footing in Asia Minor. He took part in the disastrous battle of Magnesia, B.C. 190, and three years afterward, on the death of his father, ascended the throne. He was murdered B.C. 175 after a reign of twelve years, by Heliodorus, one of his own courtiers. (Daniel 11:20) His son Demetrius I. (Soter) whom he had sent while still a boy, as hostage to Rome, after a series of romantic adventures, gained the crown in 162 B.C. 1 Macc. 7:1; 2 Macc. 14:1. The general policy of Seleucus toward the Jews, like that of his father, 2 Macc. 3:2,3, was conciliatory, and he undertook a large share of expenses of the temple service. 2 Macc. 3:3,6.
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