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War, 1 28 1 6. his various adventures, Antiq. 18 5 5. &c. 4. is mapacled
and'imprisoned, c. 6s 6. his future liberty and happiness foretold, s. 7.
is released, and made lord of two tetrarchies, with the title of king, s,
10. gives Cains a sun'ptious entertainment at Rome, c. 18 s. 7 is sent by
tlie senate to Claudius, 1941, 2 5. his advice to Claudius, ib. &c. is sen
tack to the kingdom, c. 6 s, J. Claudins bestows on him almost all the
clominious of his grandfather, c. 5 s. 1. his eulogium, c. 7 8.3. his bounty
towards those of Berytus, s. 5. he treats several kings splendidly, c 8 s. 1.
entertains Cæsarea with shews, and appears bimself upon a stage in a
magnificent dress, and is applauded as a god, s. 2. dies soon after an un-

Natural death, ib. his death and children, War. 2 11 5,6 6.
Agrippa, his son by Cypros, War, 2 11 6 6. did not immediately succeed in

his father's kingdom, Antiq. 19 9 2 5. Claudius gave him that of ninele
Herod [of Chalcis,] 20 5 2 5. War, 2 12 1 '6. to which he added the
tetrarchies of Philip aud Lysanjas, c.75, 1. hc is hurt by a sling stone, at
the siege of Gamala, 4 1 3 5. his letters to Josephus, Life s. 64.4 his fa:
mous speech to the Jews, to dissuade them from a war with the Romans,

War, 2 16. 4,5 6,
Agrippa, sou of Felix and Drusilla, Antiq. 20 7 2 5..
Agrippa Foutcius slajn, War, 7 437.
Ahab, king of Israel, Antig. 8 13 1 2. is reproved by Elijah, s. 8, fights

with Benhadad, and beats hiin, c. 14 s. 1, &c. pardons bim, s. 4. is after;

wards himself killed by the Syrians, c. 15 s. 5. his sons, 90 63.
Ahaz, king of Judah, 9 12 2 3.
Ahaziah, his son, Antiq. 8 15 6 2. and 9 2 2 c. 6 s. 32,
Abaziah, king of Judah, Antiq. 9 63 3.
Ahijah, the prophet, Antiq. 877 2. his prophecy, 10 4 43,
Ahikam, Antiq. 10 9 1 3.
A himaaz, the son of Zudok, Antiq. 8 9 2. c. 10 s. 4, 5. high-priest, 10

8 6 3.
Abimelech, or Achimelech the priest, or high-priest, slain by the order of

Saul, Antiq. 6 13 4, &c. 2.
Ahitib, Antiq. 813 2.
A hitophel, or Achitophel, Antiq. 79 2 2. gives evil counsel, s. 6. hangs

hiniself, s. 8.
Ai besieged, Antiq. 5 1 12 2 taken, s. 16.
Aizel, or Uzal, Antiq. 1 6 41.
Alans, War, 7 7 47.
Albinus, procurator of Judea, Antiq. 20 9 1 5.
Alcimus, or Jacimus, the wicked high-priest, Antiq. 12 9 7 3. calumniates

Jurlas before Demetrius, c. 108, 1. dies, s. 6,
Alcyon, a physician, Antiq. 19 1 205.
Alexander Lýsinachus the alabarch, Antiq. 18 5. 3 4. and 19 5 1 5 and

20 5 2 5.
Alexander, the son of Alexander, by Glaphyra, War, 1 28 1 6.
Alexander, the son of Antiochus Epiphanes, Antiq. 13 2 1 4. sirnamed Ba-
"las, ib. in note, king of Syria, s. 2. his letter to Jonathan, ib. engages in

a battle with Demetrius, s. 4. demands Ptolemy Philometor's daughter in
marriage, c. 4 s. 1. is killed in Arabia, and his head sent to Ptole-

my, s. 8.
Alexander and Aristobulus, Herod's sons, put in prison, Antiq. 16 10 5 4,

strangled by their father's order, c. 100 is. 6 War, 1 27 6 6.
Alexander. the son of Aristobulus. Antia. 14 4 5 4.

1 87 6. tranbles
Syria, Antiq. 14 6 23. makes war upon the Romans, War, 1 856. is cop-
quered by Gabinus, ib. killed by Pompey's order, Antiq. 14 7 4 3 War,

1 9 2 6.°
Alexander Janneus siicceeds his brother Aristobulus, War, 1 41 6 a se-

dition raised against him, Antių. 13 14 3. &c. 3. his expedition against

Ptolemais, c. 12 s. 2. he is called Thracidas, for his barbarons craclis, e, 14 s. 2. dies of a quartan ague, after thiee years sickness, c. 15 s. 5 War, 148.6 his sons Ilyrcanus and Aristobalus, Antiq. 13 16 1 4 Wars 151 6. Alexander the great succeeds bis father Pbilip, Antiq. 11 8 I 3 conqners

Darius, s. 3. pursues his victories through Asia. ib. &c. sends a letter to the high priest at Jerusalem, ib. goes bimself to Jerusalem, s. 5. his dream, ib. he adores the name of God op the high-priest's forhead, ib. e!lfers the temple, ib.grants privileges to the Jews, ih. the Pamphylian sea gives way to his arn:y, Antig 2 16 5 Ibis arms and armonr kept in the tem

ple of Diaya, at Flyinais, 129 13. his empire divided after his death, c. 1, Alexander, soir of l'hasaelus and Salampsio, Antiq. 18 5 4 5. Alexander Tiberims) succeeds Caspius Fadns as procurator of Judea. Antiq. 20 5 2 5. War, 2 11 6 6. is made procurator of Egypt, 2 15 1 6. é. 18 s. 7 is made chief commander of the Roman ariny ander Vespasian, 4 30 6 6. and 6 436. Alexander Zebiva, king of Syria, is conquered by Antiochus Grypus and

dies, Antiq. 13 9 3 3. Alexandria, Alexander Janneus' widow, holds the administration after his

death, Antiq 13 16 1 3. falls sick and dies, s. :, 6. her eulogium, ib. Alexandra, danghter of Hyrcanus, wife of Alexander, the son of Aris-,

tabulus, Hyrcanus' brother, and mother of another Aristobulus and Ma riamne, Antiq. 15 25 4. writes' a letter to Cleopatra, ib. spods the pictures of her son and daughter to Antonius, by the advice of Dellius, s.6. is feignedly reconciled to Herod, s. 7. is suspected by Herod, c. 3 s. 2. prepares to fly into Egypt, ib. bemoans the death of Aristobulns, s. 4 acquaints Cleopatra with the snares of Herod, and the death of her son, ez $. is put into prison, s. 9. her indecent bebaviour towards her daughter

Mariamne, c. 7 8.4. is killed by Herod's order, s. 8. Alexandra, daughter of Phasaelus and Salampsió, Antig. 18 5 4 5. is mar:

ried to Timius Cyprius, ih. Alexandria's causeway to the isle Pharos' sever forlongs long, Antiq. 122

12 3. a great part of that city assigned to the Jews, 14 723. the Jewis

declared its citizens, on a brazen pillar, by Julins Cæsar, c. 10 s. 1, 2 Alexas, Salome's husband, Antiq. 17 1 1 4. War, 1 28 6 6. Alexas Sricias, Alexas' son, Antiq. 18 5 4 5. Alisphragmuthosis, or Palispbragmuthorsis, king of Egypt, Against Apióir,

I s. 146. Aliturus, a Jew, Life, s. 3 4. Alliance between Ptolemy and Antinchas, Antiq. 12 4 1 3. Altar of incense, Antiq. 3 6 81. of burnt-offering made of unhewn stote

War, 556 6. Against Apion, 1 s. 22 6. Amedátha, or llammadetba, 'Antiquities, 11 6 5, 12 8. Amalekites attack the Israelites, Antiguities, 3 2 1 1. are conqnered and

plundered, s. 4,5 Aman, or Maman, the enemy of the Jews, Antiquities, 11 6 5 3. his edict against the Jews, s. 6. orders a gallows to be erected for Mordecai, s. 10. is obliged to honour Mordecai, ib. his malicious design laid before the king, s. 11, his edict countermanded, s. 12. he is himself hanged on

the gallows, s. 13. Amarinus, or Omri, king of the Israelites, Antiquities, 8 12 52. Amasa, general of the army, Antiquities, 7 101 2. and 11 1. the son of Je.

ther, c. 15 s. I killed by Joal, ib. c. 11's. 7. Amasias or Amaziah, king of Judah, Antiquities 9 8 4 3. c. 9 s. 1. makes

war on Jehoash king of Israel s. 3. is beaten ib. and murdered in a con

spiracy, ib. A masius, 'or Maasci:h, ling Ahaz's son, slaiu in battle, Antiquities, $

12 I 3.

Ainasias, or Maaseiah, governor of the city, Antiquities 1041 3.
Amathius, Antiquities, 16 2 1.
Anibassadors sent with presents to Hezekiah, Antiquities, 10 2 2 3. ambas.

sadors of the Jews slain hy the Arabs, 15 52 4. this a violation of the law
of nations, s. 3 c. 7 s. 9. ambassadors had a right to sit among the Ro.
man senators in the theatre, 14 10 6 3.
Ambassage sent by Jonathan to the Lacedemonians, Antiquities, 13 583,

sent by the Jews to Rome, 12 10 6 3.
Ambition and avarice causes of many mischiefs, Antiquities, 715 2.
Amhivins (Marcus) procurator of Judea, Antiquities, 17 2 24.
Amenophis, king of Egypt, against Apion, 1 s. 15, 26, 32, 6.
Amesses, queen of Egypt, against Apion, 1 s. 15 6.
Aminadab, Antiquities, 6 1 4 2. and 11 413.
Ammonius, Antiquities, 13 4 6 3, killed, ib.
Amnon, David's son, Antiquities, 73 3 2. falls in love with his sister Ta-

mar, c. 8 s. 1. is slain by Absalom's order, s. 2. *
Amorites given to the tribes of Reuben and Gad, and the half tribe of Man

nasseh, Antiquities, 4731.
Amphitheatre built at Jerusalem, and another in the adjoining plain, by

Herod the Great, Antiquities, 15 8 1 4. another at Jericho, 17 8 2 4.'
Amran, Moses' fatirer, Antiquities, 2 931.
Amram, Antiquities, 20 115.
Ampbraphel, 'Antiguities, 1 9 1.
Amital, or Hamutal, Antiquities, 10 5 2 3.
Anacbaris, or Rabsaris, a general of Sennacherib, Antiquities, 101 13..
Ananelus made high-priest, Antiquities 15 2 44. deprived of it, c. 3 s. 1,

restored to it, s.3.
Ananias, son of Nebedeus, made high-priest, Antiquities, 20 5 25. War, 2

12 7. c. 17 s. 2. his son Aneniis, c. 12 s.6. both sent in fetters to Rome,
Antiquities, 20 6 2 5. slain, together with his brother Ezekias, War,

2 17 9 7.
Ananias, (different from the former), Antiquities, 11 4 9 3. son of Onias,

13 10 43 c. 13 $. 2.
Ananias, the son of Masambalus, bigh-priest, War, 5 13 17.
Apanus, senior, made high-priest Antiquities, 20 9 15. bis eulogium,

War, '4376.'
Ananus junior, the son of Ananus made high-priest, Antiquities, 20 9 15.

Life, s.38 4. War, 4 3 9 6. his speech to the people, s. 10, accused of the
murder of James the Bishop, Antiquities, 20 91 6. deprived of the higher

priesthood, ib. his death, War, 4 5 2 6.
Ananus, (or Annas) son of Seth, made high-priest, Antiquities, 18 2 1 5,

deposed, s. 2.
Ananus, son of Bamadus, one of Simon's life guard, War, 5 131 7. Aies to

Titus, 64 27.
Ananus, governor of the temple, Antiquities, 20 6 2 5.
Ananus, son of Jonathan, War, 2 19 5 5.
Anchus, or Achisha king of Gath, 6 14 1 2.
Andreas, captain of Philadelphus' life-ruard. Antiau
----.. . panu on Iniladelphus' life-guard, Antiquities, 12 2 2. 3. 43
Andrornachus expelled the court of Ilerod, Antiquities 16 8 3 4.
Andronicns, son of Messalamus, Antiquities, 13 34 3.
Aner, Abraham's confederate, Antiquities, 1 10 2 1.,
Azaguio Ial, or forcible pressure taken off the Jews by Demetrius, A.

tiquities, 13 2 3 3.
Angels of God become familiar with women, Antiquities, 1 311.
Anileus, Antiquities, 1891, 4,5 5. killed by the Babylonians, s. 7.
Anna, or Hannah the wife of Elcanah, 5 10 2 1.
Annibas, pat to death by Fadus, for a motivy, Antiquities, 29.1 1.3.

Annius (Lucius) takes Gerasa, War, 4916.
Annius Minncianus, Antiquities, 19 1 3 5.
Annias Rufus, procurator of Judea, Antiquities 18 2 25.
A doch or Enoch, Antiquities, 1 2 2 1.
Anteins killed, Antiquities, 19 i 155
Antigonus governs Asia after Alexander's death, Antiquities, 12 1 3. his

fleet beaten by Ptolemy, c. 11 s. 19.
Antigonus, son of Aristobulus, Antiquities, 14 4 5 3 c. 6 s. 1. impeaches

Hyrcanus and Antipater, c. 8 s. 4 War, 110 1 1, is conqnered by Herod,
Antiquities, 14 12 1 3. invades Judea, hy the help of the Parthians, c. 13
s. 3 is re-established in the government s. 10 War, 1 13 9 6. cuts off Hyr-
canus' ears, and causes the death of Phasaelus, ib. surrenders himself to
Sosius, Antiquities 14 16 23 War, 1 18 2 6, is sent in fetters to Marcus
Antonius, ib. was the first king whose bead was cut off by the Romans,

Antiquities, 15 1 2 4. reigned before Herod, 17 5 2 4.
Antigonus, son of Hyrcanus I. and brother of king Aristobulus, made com-
mander at the siege of Samaria, Antiquities, 13 10 2 3. is beloved by his

brother, c. 11 s. 1. is watched by the queen, and her favourites, and by

their calumnies slain, s. 2 War, 132, 3, 46.
Antioch is the chief city in Syria, and the third city in the Roman empire,
War, 3 2 4 6. the Jews made citizens thereof by Selenicus Nicator, Anti-

quities, 12 3 1 3. it is burnt down, War, 73 47.
Antiochians rebel against Demetrius, Antiquities, 13 4 7 3, their envy

against the Jews, 12 3 13.
Antiochus, king of 'Commagena, Antiquities, 18 2 5 5. and 19 5 16. c. 8 s.

1 War, 5 11 3 7. and 7 7 1 7. a part of Cilicia, together with Comınagena,

granted him by Claudius, Antiquities 195 15.
Antiochus Cyzicenus, Antiquities, 13 10 1 3, assists the Samaritans, but is

put to flight, s. 2 War, 1 276, is taken prisoner, and put to death by Se-

leucus, Antiquities, 13 13 4 3.
Antiochus Dionysius, fonrth son of Antiochos Grypus, king of Syria, makes

an expedition against the Jews, Antiquities, 13 15 1 3 War, 1 4 76.
Antiochus the Great, Antiquities, 1233 3. his letters in favonr of the Jews,

ib. &c. bis wars with Ptolemy Philopator, and Physcon, ib. marries his

daughter to Cleopatra to Ptolemy, c. 4 s. I.
Antiochus Epiphanes makes an expedition into Egypt, Antiquities, 12 5%

3. takes Jejusalem, and plunders the temple, s. 3. &c, War, 111.&c. 7.
and 6 10 6. goes into Persia, Antiquities, 12 7 23. designs to destroy the
Jews upon his return, ib, his answer to the Samaritans, c. 5 s. 5 his im-
piety, 13 8 2 3. he dies, and leaves the administration to Philip, 19

g 1, 2 3.
Antiochus Eupator, his son, invades Judea, Antiquities, 12 9:43. fights

with Judas, ib. War, 1 15 6. makes peace with the Jews, Antiquities, 12

973. breaks it, ib. is killed by Demetrins, c. 10 s. 1.
Ratiochus Grypus, son of Demetrius Soter, Antiquities, 13 101 3. his death

c. 13 s. 4.
Antiochus Philometer, Antiquities, 13 12 23.
Antiochus Pius, son of Antiochus Cyziceņus, maker war with Seleucus, Alio.

tiquities, 13 13 4 3. is slain in battle, ib.?
Antiochus Eusebius, or Pius, the brother of Demetrius, hesieges Jerusalem,

Antiquities, 13 8 2 3 raises the siege, 8. 4. makes an expedition against

the Parthians, is defeated and killed, ib.
Antiochus, the grandson of Seleucus, and son of Alexander, is commonly

called The Gud, Antiquities, 12 3 2 3. is crowned in his youth, 13 5 3 3,
enters into alliance with Jonathan the bigh-priest, s. 4. is slain by Try.

hon, his tutor, c. 7 8.) War, 1 216.
Antiochus, the brother of Seleucus, slain, in battle, Antiquities, 13 134 3.
Antiochus Soter, brother of Demetrius, father of Grypus, Antiquities, 13

30 1 3, makes war with Trypho, e, 7 s. 2.

Antipas, Herod's sop by Malthace, a Samaritan, Antiquities, 17 1 3 4 War,

1 28 4 5. is tetrarch of Galilee, c. 8 s. 1 c. 9 s. 4 and 1 33 7 5. goes to
Rome to get to be a king, Antiquities, 17 9 4 4 War, 22 3 6. what was left
him by llerod, Antiquities, 17'8 1 4. what was given him by Cæsar, c.

11 s. 4. once declared king by Herod, War, 1 327 8.
Antipas, one of the royal lineage, is put in prison and slain, War, 4 3 .

4, 5 6.
Antipater, the Idumean, Herod's father, called Autipas, excites troubles,

Antiyuities. 14 1 33.is sent ambassador to Aretas, by Scauris, c. 5 s. 1
his wife Cyprus, the Arabian, and his children, c. 75. his valour, c. 8 s.
1, he advises Hyrcanus to put himself under the protection of A retas,
War, 1 6 26. makes his son Phasaelus governor of Jerusalem, and Herod
of Galilee, Antiquities, 14 9 23 War, 1 10 4 6. endeavours to deserve
Cæsar's favour, c. 8 s. 1 and 1936. is hononred by Cæsar, and made citi-
zen of Rome, Antiquities, 14 8 33 War, 1 9 56. his defence against An-
tigonus, Antiquities, 14 8 4 3 War, 1 10 2 6. is made governor of Judeau,
Antiquities, 14 8 53 War, 1 16 3 6. is greatly esteemed among the

Jews, Antiquities, 14 9 23, is poisoned, c. Il s. 4 War, 1 11 4 6.
Antipater, son of Phasaelus and Salampsio, grandson of Herod the Greaty

Antiquities, 185 4 5.
Antipater, son of Salome, impeaches Archelaus before Cæsar, Antiquities.

1895 6.
Antipater, son of Herod, Antiquities, 14 12 1 3. is sent to Rome to Casar,

14 3 3 3 War, 1 29 2 6. c 31 s. 2. while he is there, he, by letters, set his
father against his brethren, Antiquities, 16 4 1 4. War, 1 23 1 6. c. 24 s.
]. his subtilty, Antiquities, 16 7 2 4. is' recalled by Herod, c. 3 s. 3 and
175 1 4. he reigns jointly with his father, c. 1 s. 1, is hated by every
body, after the slaughter of his brethren, ib. attempts his father's life, ,
is concerned for himself, ib. War, 1 31 3 6. appears before Varus’ tribunal,
Antiquities, 196 34 War, 1 32 '1 5. his plea for himself, ib. is put jų
iruns, Antiquities, 17 5 74 War 1 325 6. is put to death, Antiquities;

17 7 4 War, 1 33 76. .
Antipater, a Samaritan, Antiquities, 17 4 2 4 War, 1 305 6
Antipater, Herod's sister's son, Antiquities, 17 1 3 4.
- Antipatris, taken by Vespasian, War, 4816.
Antiphilus, Antiquities, 17 4 24 War, 130 5 6. bis letter to Antipater

Herod's son, Antiquities, 17 5 7 4.
Antonia. Clandins' daughter by Petina. War, 2 12 8 6.
Antonia, Claudius' another, and Drasus' wife, lends money to Agrippa the

elder, Antiquities, 18 6'4 5. her eulogium, s. 6.
Antonia, the tower, called Baris before, War, 1 3 3 6. is taken by Titus, 6

7, &c. 7.
Antony, a oaptain, War, 3 2 1, &c. 6.
Antony, a centurion, c. 7 s. 35.
Antony, (Mark,) his valour, Antiquities, 14 5 3 3 War, 1846. bis and Dola-

bella's decree in favour of the Jews, Antiquities, 14 10 9, &c. 3. he march-
es into Asia, after Cassius' defeat, c. r2 s. 2. his letter tó Hyreanus, s. 3 to
the Tyrians, s. 4. he falls in love with Cleopatra, c. 13 s. 1. makes Phasae.
lus and Herod tetrarchs, ib. orders their accusers to be put to death, s. 2.
confers signal favours on Herod, c. 14 8.4, 5. sojourns at Athens, C 15 S.

5 War, 1 16 4 6. his luxury, Antiquities, TÓ 2 6 3.
Antonius (Lucius,) Mark Antony's son, sends a letter to the Sardians, in fā.

vour of the Jews, Antiquities, 14 10 17 3.
Antonius Prinius, War, 4'11 26.
Anubis, a god, Antiquities 18 3 4.5
Apachnas, king of Egypt, against Apion, 1 g. 14 6.'
Apame Darius concubiué, Antiquities, 11 353

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