Greek490. Antiocheia -- Antioch, the name of two cities ...
Word Origin from Antiochos (Antiochus
, the name of a number of Syrian kings) Definition
Antioch, the name of two cities NASB Word Usage Antioch (18). Antioch. ... //strongsnumbers.com/greek2/490.htm - 6k
To the Præfect Antiochus.
... Letters of the Blessed Theodoret, XCV. To the Præfect Antiochus. You have ...
good deeds. Footnotes:  Antiochus was Consul in 431. ...
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... Chapter XX. Antiochus. Antiochus  the bishop, wrote one long 
volume Against avarice and he composed a homily, full of ...
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How, after the Death of Antiochus, Hyrcanus Made an Expedition ...
... CHAPTER 9. How, After The Death Of Antiochus, Hyrcanus Made An Expedition
Against Syria, And Made A League With The Romans. Concerning ...
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Concerning the Calamity that Befell Antiochus, King of Commagene. ...
... CHAPTER 7. Concerning The Calamity That Befell Antiochus, King Of Commagene.
As Also Concerning The Alans And What Great Mischiefs ...
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How Simon Confederated Himself with Antiochus Pius, and Made War ...
... CHAPTER 7. How Simon Confederated Himself With Antiochus Pius, And Made War Against
Trypho, And A Little Afterward, Against Cendebeus, The General Of ...
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How Antiochus, who was Called Dionysus, and after Him Aretas Made ...
... How Antiochus, Who Was Called Dionysus, And After Him Aretas Made Expeditions Into
Judea; As Also How Alexander Took Many Cities And Then Returned To Jerusalem ...
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Letter cxlvi. To Antiochus.
... Letter CXLVI. To Antiochus. I cannot accuse you of carelessness and inattention,
because, when an opportunity of writing occurred, you said nothing. ...
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Letter clxviii. To Antiochus.
... TOU AGIOU BAChILEIOU PERI TOU PNEUMATOCh BIBLION. Letter CLXVIII. To Antiochus.
I mourn for the Church that is deprived of the guidance of such a shepherd. ...
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Letter clviii. To Antiochus.
... BIBLION. Letter CLVIII. To Antiochus. My sins have prevented me from carrying
out the wish to meet you, which I have long entertained. ...
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How Antiochus Made a League with Ptolemy and How Onias Provoked ...
... CHAPTER 4. How Antiochus Made A League With Ptolemy And How Onias Provoked Ptolemy
Euergetes To Anger; And How Joseph Brought All Things Right Again, And ...
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International Standard Bible EncyclopediaAntiochus I
an-ti'-o-kus (Antiochos Soter, "savior"): born 323 B.C.; died 261, son of Seleucus Nicator. He fell in love with his stepmother, Stratonike, and became very ill. His father, when he discovered the cause of his son's illness, gave her to him in 293, and yielded to him the sovereignty over all the countries beyond the Euphrates, as well as the title of king. When Seleucus returned to Macedonia in 281, he was murdered by Ptolemeus Ceraunus. Antiochus thus became ruler of the whole Syrian kingdom. He waged war on Eumenes of Pergamum, but without success. For the victories of his elephant corps over the Gauls, who had settled in Asia Minor, he received the surname of Soter ("Deliverer"). It was in a battle with these inveterate foes of his country that he met his death (261 B.C.). See also SELEUCIDAE.
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