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ACCOS

ak'-os (Hakchos): The grandfather of Eupolemus, whom Judas Maccabeus sent with others to Rome in 161 B.C., to negotiate a "league of amity and confederacy" (1 Maccabees 8:17). The name occurs In the Old Testament as Hakkoz (haqqots), who was a priest in the reign of David (1 Chronicles 24:10).

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Accos
... Int. Standard Bible Encyclopedia ACCOS. ak'-os (Hakchos): The grandfather
of Eupolemus, whom Judas Maccabeus sent with others to ...
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Accordingly (34 Occurrences)

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Eupolemus
... u-pol'-e-mus (Eupolemos): Son of John, the son of Accos = Hakkoz (Akkos; Nehemiah
3:4, 21, etc.); was one of the two deputies sent by Judas Maccabeus (APC 1Mac ...
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Akkos
... AKKOS. ak'-os (Akbos in 1 Esdras 5:38; the King James Version Accos, which see):
The Old Testament equivalent (1 Chronicles 24:10 Ezra 2:61 Nehemiah 3:4, 21) is ...
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Accosted (1 Occurrence)

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