Gerrenians
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GERRENIANS

ge-re'-ni-anz (heos ton Gerrenon): The name indicates the southern limit of the territory assigned by Antiochus Eupator to the government of Judas Maccabeus when he "left Hegemonides governor from Ptolemais even unto the Gerrenians" (2 Maccabees 13:24, the King James Version "Gerrhenians"). It is not easy to say exactly who the Gerrenians were. They were wrongly associated by Grotius with the town Gerrha, and are with more probability connected with the ancient city of Gerar, Southeast of Gaza. One manuscript reads Gerarenon, which could easily be corrupted into Gerrenon, and would place the government of Hegemonides between Ptolemais and Gerar.

J. Hutchison

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Gerrenians
... Int. Standard Bible Encyclopedia GERRENIANS. ge-re ... Version "Gerrhenians").
It is not easy to say exactly who the Gerrenians were. ...
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Hegemonides
... heg-e-mon'-i-dez, hej-e-mo-ni'-dez (Hegemonides): The Syrian officer placed in command
of the district extending from Ptolemais to the Gerrenians (2 Maccabees ...
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