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A pian, ambassador for the Alexandriaas to Cains, Antiguities, 18 815,
Apollo's tennple at Gaza, Antiquities, 13 133 3.
Apollo's temple in the palace at Rome, War, 1 266.
Apollodotus, captain of the Gazeans, Antiquities, 13 13 3 3, killed ib.
Apollonius, son of Alexander, Antiquities, 13 9 23.
Apollonius Daus, governor of Coelosyria, Antiquities, 13 5 3. challe uges

Jonathan to an engagement, and is defeated ib.
Apollonius, governor of Samaria, Antiquities, 12 5 53 c. 7 s. 1,
Aponins, Antiquities, 19 4 5 4.'
Apophis, king of Egypt against Apion, 1 8. 14 6.
Apsalom, War, 2 1796.
Apsan, or Ibzan, judge after Jeptha, Antiquities, 5 7 13, 14 3
Aquila, the murderer of Caius, Antiquities, 19 1 1 14 4.
Arabians circumcise their children when thirteen years old, Antiquities, I

12 2 1. ten towns taken from thèin by Alexander, king of the Jews, 141

4 3. Ethiopians are their neighbours, 953 3. Arabia horders on Judea, Antiquities, 14 1 4 3 Petra the king's residence

ib. Zabdiel their lord, c. 4 s.8. Arabians are defeated, 1555 3. their women are great poisoners, 17 41 4. Arain, Antiquities, 1 641. Aran, or flaran, the father of Lot, Antiquities, 1 6 51, Arascha, or Nisroch, a temple Antiquities, 101 53. Arases, or Rezin, king of the Syrians, Antiquities, 9-12. 1 3. Aranna, or Oronna the Jebusite, Antiquities, 7 13 4 2. his threshing-floor, ib.

the place where Isaac was to have been sacrificed, and where the temple was afterwards built, ib. Archelaus, king of Cappadocia, comes to Herod, Antiquities, 16 8 6 4. c.

10 s. 7 War, 1 25 1, &c. 6. goes with him to Antioch, ib. reconciles Herod to

his son Alexander, and to his brother Pheroras, ib. War, 1 35 3, 4 6. Archelaus, son of Herod the Great, Antiquities, 17 1 34 c. 4 s. 3 War, 1 28 46. c. 31 s. 1. is made ethnarch, Antiquities, 17 11 4 4. War, 27 3 6. marries Glaphyra, Antiquities, 17 13 1 4 War, 274 6. is proclaimed king after Herod's death, Antiquities, 17 8 2 4 War, 1 33 9 6. his speech to the people, Antiquities, 17 8 4 4 War, 2 11 6. he endeavours to appease the people, Antiquities. 17 9 1, &c. 4. goes to Rome, s. 3 War, 22 i 6. is ac. cused there by the deputies of the people, Antiquities, 17 11 2 4 War, 26 1, &c. 6. is banished to Vienna in Gall, c. 7 s. 3. his dreams and Glaphyra's,

Antiquities, 17 13 3, 44 War, 273, 46. Archelaus, son of Chelcias, Antiquities, 19 9 1 5. Archelaus, son of Magadatus, War, 6 4 2 7. Aremmantus, Antiquities, 10 8 2 3. Aretas, king of the Arabians, Antiquities, 13 13 3 3. and 3 3. and 14 1 4 3.

and 16 10 9 4 War, 1 6 2 6 c. 29 s. 36. makes an expedition against Aristobulus, Antiquities, 14 2 1 3. succeeds Obodas, 16 4 4 3. affords succours to Hyrcanus, War, 1 6 2 6. impeaches Sylleus, jointly with Antipater, before

Cãesar, Antiquities, 17 3 2 4. Aretas, king of Cuelosyria, makes an expedition into Judea, Antiquities, 18

15 3 3. Aretas of Petra, Antiquities, 17 10 9 4. and 17 5 1 4. Arioch, captain of Nebuchadnezzar's life-guard, Antiquities, 10 10 33. Arion, a treasurer of Alexandria, Antiquities, 12 47, 8c.3. Aristras, or Aristaeus, one of Ptolemy Philadelphus's life-guard, Antiquities,

12 4 3. against Apion, 2 s. 2, 4 6. Aristobulus, son of Hyrcanus 1. Antiquities, 13 10 23. the first high-priest whe

assumed the title of king to the Jews, c. 11 s. 1. called Philellen, or lover of

the Greeks, s. 3. Aristobulus, son of Alexander Janneus, an enterprising and bold man, Anti

quities, 13 16 1 3. complains of the Pharisees, s. 2. reproaches his mother

Alexandra, s. 3. endeavours to take possession of the kingdom during his
inother's life, s. 5. fights with his elder brother Hyrcanus for the crown, 14
1 2 3. brings him to an accommodation, ib. War, 1616. sends a golden
vine to Pompey, Antiquities, 14 3 1 3. is, with his children, brought captive
to Rome by Pompey, c. 4 s. 5 escapes out of prison, but is retaken and sent
Lack again to Rome, by Gabinius, c. 6 s. 1 War, 1776. c. 8 s. 6. his firm-
ness in adversity, Antiquities, 14 6 1 3. is poisoned by the partisans of

Pompey, c. 7.3. 4. his children, ib.
Aristobulus, son of Herod the Great, Antiquities, 15 10 1 4. marries Berenice,

Salome's daughter, 16 1 2 3. is put in prison, c. 10 s. 5. is accused by his
father in an assembly at Berytus, and condemned, c. 11 s. 2. is strangled, 6.

6 War, 1 27 6 6. his children, Antiquities, 17 1 2 4 War, 1 28 1 6.
Aristolulus, son of Hercd, king of Chalcis, Antiquities, 20 8 4 5. War, 7 g

17.
Aristobulus, son of Joseph and Mariamne, Antiquities, 18 5 4 5.
Aristobulus, son of Aristobulus, and brother to the famous Mariamne a beau-

tiful youth, is made high-priest by Herod, Antiquities, 1531, 3 4. is drown-

ed by the secret order of the same Herod, ib. War, 1 222 6.
Aristobulus, son of Aristobulus and Berenice, and grandson of Herod the

Great, Antiquities, 18 5 4 5.
Aristocracy the best form of government, Antiquities, 4 8 17 1.
Aristocracy instituted in Judea by Gabinius, War, 1 8 5 6.
Arithmetic and astronomy came from Chaldea to Egypt, and thence into

Greece, Antiquities, 1 8 2 1.
Arius, king of the Lacedemonians, sends a letter to On as the high-priest, An-

tiquities, 12 4 10 3 c. 5 s. 8.
Ark of God, its description, Antiquities, 3 6 5 1. taken by the Philistines, 6 1

12. restored to the Israelites, s. 2, &c. carried to Jerusalem, and lodged in
· the house of Obed-Edom, after it had been with Aminadab, Antiquities,

742 2.
Ark of Noah, where it rested, Antiquities, 1 36 1. mentioned by all barbarian

historians, ib. its remains long preserved, 20 2 3 5.
Armais king of Egypt, against Apion, 1 s. 15 6.
Armenia conquered by Antonius, Antiquities, 15 4 3 3 Cotys king of the

Lesser Armenia, Antiquities, 19 8 1 5.*
Arinesses, king of Egypt, against Apion, 1 s. 15 6.
Armory of David in the temple, Antiquities, 9 7 2 3,
Aropheus or Amariah, Antiquities, 8*13 2.
Arphaxed, Antiquities, 16 4 1.
Aruntius (Euaristus,) Antiquities, 19 1 18 5.
Aruntius (Paulus) Antiquities, 19 1 14 5.
Arsaces, king of the Parthians, Antiquities, 13 5 11 3 c. 8 s. 4.
Artabanus, king of Media, Antiquities, 18 2 4 5.
Artabanus king of the Parthians, Antiquities, 18 4 4,5 5 c. 9 s. 3, 4. he flies

to Izates, 20 3 1 5. is kindly received by him, and restored to his kingdom,

s. 1, 2. dies, s. 3.
Artabazes or Artavasdes, son of Tigranes, is given as a present to Cleopatra

by Antonius, War, 1 18 5 6.
Artaxerxes, king of the Persians, Antiquities, 11 6 1 3. his edict against the -

Jews, s. 6. contradicted, s. 12.
Artaxias, king of Armenia, Antiquities, 15 5 3 4..
Artorius cunningly saves his own life, War, 6 3 2 7.
Arucas, Antiquities, 1 62 1.
Arudeus, Antiquities, 16 2 1.
Asa, king of Jerusalem, Antiquities, 8 12 1 2. makes an alliance with the king

of Damascus, s. 4.
Asael killed by Abner, Antiquities, 7.1 3 2.
Agamoneus, Antiquities, 12 6 1 3,
Asamoneans, the end of their reign, Antiquities, 14 16:43

Ascalonites, punished for their stubbornness, Antiquities, 12 4 5 3.
Asermoth or Hazarmaveth, Antiquities, 16 14 1. .
Aserymus king of the Tyrians, against Apion, 1 s. 18 6.
Ashdod or Azotus, taken by Jonathan, Antiquities, 13 4 4 3. its inhabitants

plagued on account of the ark of God, 6 1 1 2.
Ashkenaz, Antiquities, 161 1.
Ashpenaz, an eunuch, Antiquities, 10 10 2 3.
Ashur, Antiquities, 1 6 41.
Asia, its convention at Ancya, Antiquities, 16 6 2 4. Valerius proconsul of

Asia, 19 1 20 4. Five hundred towns of Asia, War, 2 16 46.
Asineus and Anileus, two brethren, Antiquities, 18 9 1, &c. 5.
Asocheus or Shishak, king of Egypt, War, 6 10 7.
Asprenas, Antiquitics, 191 13 5. cut in pieces, s. 15.
Assemblies forbidden to all at Rome but to the Jews only, by Julius Cæsar,

Antiquities, 14 10 3 3.
Ass's head falsely reported by Apion as an object of worship among the Jews

against Apion, 2 s 7 6.
Assis, king of Egypt, against Apion, I s. 14 6.
Assyrian empire overthrown, Antiquities. 10 2 2 3.
Astartes' temple, Antiquities, 6 143 2. against Apion, 1 g. 18 6.
Astartus, king of the Tyrians, against Apion, 1 s. 186.
Astronomy; for its improvement, the first men lived near a thousand years

Antiquities, 13 2 1. came out of Chaldea into Egypt, and thence into
Greece, 1 721.
Asylun or right of sanctuary, belonging to some towns in Judea, Antiquities,

441.
Athenians decree honours to Hyrcanus, Antiquities, 14 8.5 3.
Athenio, Antiquities, 12 4 3 3.
Athenio, a general of Cleopatra, War, 1 19 2 6. his perfidiousness, Antiqui.

ties, 15 5 1 4.
Athronges, a shepherd, crowns himself king of Judea, Antiquities, 17 10 7 4

War, 243 6. is conquered, with his brethren, ib.
Atratinus, Herod's advocate, Antiquities, 14 14 4 3.
Augustus' arrival in Syria, Antiquities, 15 10 3 4. his letter to Herod, 16 11

1 4. holds a council about the affairs of Judea, 17 9 54. his edict and letter
in favour of the Jews, 16 5 1, &c. 4 is angry with Herod, c. 9 s. 3. is recon-
ciled to him by the means of Nicolaus of Damascus, c. 10 s. 8. divides
Herod's dominions, War, 2 6 3 6. his death, Antiquities, 18 3 2 5. War, *

91 6.
Axioramus, high-priest, Antiquities, 10 8 6 3.
Azariah, the prophet, Antiquities, 8 12 2 2.
Azarias, high-priest, Antiquities, 10 7 6 3.
Azarias, one of David's companions, Antiquities, 10 10 1 3.
Azarias, a commander under Jud is, is defeated by Gorgias at Jamnia, Antio

quities, 12 8 6 3.
Azau or Hazo, Antiquities, 16 55 4.
Azizus, king of Emesa, Antiquities, 20 7 1 5. is circumcised, and marries

Drusilla the sister of Agrippa junior, ib. dies, c. 8 9. 4.
Azotus, or Ashdod, its inhabitants plagued on account of the ark of God, An-

tiquities, 6 11 2. taken by Jonathan, 134 4 3.
Azricam, Antiquities, 9 12 1 3.

B
Baal, king of the Tyrians, against Apion, 6 s. 21 1.
Baal, god of the Tyrians, Antiquitics, 9 6 6 3.
Baalis, king of the Ammonites, Antiquities, 10 9 2 3 3.
Baanah, the son of Rimmon, Antiqu tics, 8 2 1 2.
Baaras, a place, and a plant there growing, War, 7 63 7.
Baasha, king of Israel, Antiquities, 8 12 3 2. kills Nadab his predecessor, C:

116. 4. dien, c. 12, s. 4.

Baba's children preserved by Costobarus, Antiquities, 15 7 10 4. afterwards

killed by Herod, ib.
Babylon, derived from Babel, (con 'usion of languages) Antiquities, 14 31,

taken by Cyrus under the reign of Baltazar, 10 11 4 3. the great number of
Jews who lived there, 15 2 24. and 18 9 1 5. Nebuchadnezzar's building
at Babylon, 10 11 1 3. its walls not built by Semiramis, but by Nebuchad.
nezzar, according to tre testimony of Berosis, against Apion, 1 s. 19, 20 6.
its walls curiously built by Nabonnidus of brick and bitumen, according to
the same Bero

rosus, ib. its pensile gardens erected by Nebuchadnezzar in iini-
tation of the mountains of Media, ib. Antiquities, 10 6 13.
Bacchides, Antiquities, 12 10 23 c. 11 s. 1 he attacks the Jews, 13 1 2, 3 3.

he rages against them, and is slain, 11 2,3 1.
Badezorus, king of the Tyrians, against Apion, 1 s. 18 6.
Badus or bath, a Jewish measure, Antiquities, 7 29 2.
Bagoas, an eunuch, Antiquities, 17 24 4.
Bagoses, an enemy of the Jews, Antiquities, 11 7 1 3. .
Balak, king of Moab, Antiquities, 46 2, &c. 1.
Baladan, king of Babylon, Antiquities, 10 2 2 3.
Balaam, the prophet, Antiquities, 4 62, &c. 1. his ass speaks, ib.
Balatorus, king of the 'Tyrians, against Apion, 1 s. 18 6.
Baleazarus, king of the Iyrians, against Apion, 1 s. 21 6.
Ballas or Bera, king of Sodom, Antiquities, 1911.
Balm, or balsam, near Jericho, Antiquities, 1441 3 and 154 2 War, 1666.
Baltasar, (Belshazzar, or Naboandel, or Nabonadius,] king of Babylon, Anti-

quities, 10 11 2 3. his terrible vision, and its interpretation, ib. his death, ib.
Balthasar, (Belteshazzar,) Daniel's name, Antiquities, 10 10 1 3.
Banacates, Antiquities, 8 23 2.
Banus, an hermit, Josephus' master, Life, s. 2 4.
Barachias, Antiquities, 9 12 2 3.
Baruk, escited by Deborah, encounters Sisera, Antiquities, 55 2, &c. 1.
Barbarians, their riches formerly consisted in cattle, Antiquities, 2 11 2 1.
Bardanes, king of the Parthians, Antiquities, 20 3 3 5. he is slain, ib.
Baris, a tower built at Ecbatana by Daniel, Antiquities, 10 11 7 3.
Barnabazus, Antiquities, 11 6 43.
Barsas, king of Gomorrha, Antiquities, 1 91 1.
Baruch, well skilled in the Hebrew tongue, and left with Jeremiah the prophet

in Judea, at the Babylonian captivity, Antiquities, 10 9 1, 2 3.
Barzaphernes, governor in Parthia, War, 1 131 5.
Barzillai, Antiquities, 798 2.
Basau or Baasha, king of Israel, Antiquities, 8 12 3 2 slays Nadab his prea

decessor, c. 11 s. 4.
Basima or Basmath, Solomon's daughter, Antiquities, 82 3 2.
Baskets carried upon the head, An.iquities 2 531.
Bassus (Ventidius.) See Ventidius.
Bassus Cecilius,) 'murderer of Sextus Cæsar, Antiquities, 14 11 1 3. War,

1 10 10 6.
Bassus (Lucilius,) is sent with an army into Judea; he besieges and takes

Macherus, War, 771-67.
Baths, hot baths at Callirrhoe beyond Jordan, Antiquities, 17 6 5 4.
Pathsheba, Antiquities, 7 7 1, 2, 4 2.
Bath or Badus, a Jewish measure, Antiquities, 82 92.
Bathylus, War, 131 1 6.
Bathylus, Antipater's freed-man, Antiquities, 17 4 3 4.
Battering-ran, its description, War, 37 19 6.
Battle at Taricheae upon the lake of Gennesareth, War, 3 10 1 6.
Beeltethmus, Antiquities, 11 2 2 3.
Bela or Zoar, the king of it, Antiquities 1 10 1 1.
Belsbazzar, (ur Baltasar, or Naboandel, or Nabonadius,) king of Babylony

ary 3 10 1 6.

. Antiquities, 10 11 23, his terrible vision, and its interpretation, io. His

death, ib.
Belteshazzar, Daniel's name, An'iquities, 10 10 13.
Belus, the god of the Tyrians, Antiquities, 8 13 1 2.
Belus, the god of the Babylonians, Antiquities, 10 11 1 3 his temple there, ib.
Benaiah, a priest by birth, a man of valour, Antiquities, 7 12 4 2, son of Je-

hoida, c. 5 s. 4 made commander of some troops of Solomon, 8 1 4 2, son

of Achilus, c. 2 s. 3.
Beneficence, its commendation and reward, Antiquities, 6 14 4 2.
Benhadad, (or the son of Hadad,) king of Syria, besieges Samaria the first

time, Antiquities, 8 14 1, &c. 2, the second time, 9 433, falls sick, and

is smothered by Hazael, s. 6.
Benjamnites are attacked for their enormous crime at Gibea, and at last terri

bly defeated and cut off, Antiquities, 5 2 8—112 their tribe restored, s. 12.
Beon, Against Apion, 1 s. 14 6.
Berenice, daughter of Agrippa senior, Antiquities, 13 5 4 5, she is married

to Herod, Agrippas's brother, 19 5 2 5.
Berenice, Agrippa's mother, dies, Antiquities, 18 6 15.
Berenice, Archelaus' and Mariamne's daughter, Antiquities, 20 71 5.
Berenice, the widow of Herod, marries Poleinon, Antiquities, 20 7 3 5,

leaves him, ib.
Perenice, Salome's daughter, Aristobulus' wife, Antiquities, 16 12 4. ,
Berenice, Azrippa sen.or's daughter, and junior's sister, in danger of her

life, War, 2 15 16.
Bernici nus, Herod of Chalcis's son by Berenice, his brother Agrippa's daugh-

ter, War, 2 11 6 6.
Berytus, where the cause between Herod and his sons was debated in a coun.

cil or court, Antiquities, 16 11 2, &c. 4 Romans living at Berytus, 16 10 8

4.
Lethuel, Antiquities, 165 1.
Bezaleel and Aholiah; sacred architects, Antiquities, 3 6 11.
Pigthan, Antiquities, 11 6 4 3.
Birth-day of Ptolemy's son kept by the Syrians, Antiquities, 124 73. presents

made thereupon, s. 9.
Bobelo, Antiquities, 11 4 9 3.
Becchoris, king of Egypt, against Apion, 1 g. 34 6.
Book of the law found, Antiquities, 10 4 2 3. :
Books composed by Solomon, Antiquities, 8 2 5 2. twenty-two most sacred

books among the Jews, against Apion, 1 s. 86.
Booz, or Elimelech's family, Antiquities, 5 9 2 1. his kindness towards Ruth,

ib. he marries her, 8. 4."
Brazen vessels more valuable than gold, Antiquities, 11 52 3.
Bride, how she was to part fro:n one that refused to inarry her, according to

the law of Moses, Antiquities, 5 9 4 2.
Britons, War, 6 6 27.
Britannicus, son of Claudius by Messalina, War, 2 12 8 6.
Brocchus, a tribune, Antiquities, 19 3 4 5.
Brother, a title which Alexander Balas gave to Jonathan the high priest, Ano

tiquities, 13 2 2 3. the same title was also given him by Demetrius Soter, C.

4 s. 9.
Buckle or button, (a golden one), sent to Jonathan by Alexander king of Syria,

Antiquities, 13 4 4 3. and by Dernetrius, c. 5 s. 4.
Bukki, son of Abishua, high-priest, Antiquities, 8 1 32.
Burthus, Nero's Greek secretary, Antiquities, 28 89 5.
Buz, Nahor's son, Antiquities, 16 5 1.
Cecilius Bassus, the murderer of Sextus Cæsar, Antiquities, 14 9 13 War, 1

10 10 6.
Cestuna, War, 4 11 3 6 sent to Vespasian, ito

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