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Saul, a ring leader of the robbers, an, Sellum, or Shallum, antiq. xi. ix, 1.
tiq. xx. ix. 4. vol. 2.

vol, 1.
Scauras, prelident of Syria, War, i. vi. Sern, or Shem, antiq. i is. I, vol. 1.

3, &c. vol. 3. c. vii. lect. 7, and his posterity, c. vi fect. 4..
c. viit, fe&t. 1, he recurns into Syria, Semegar, or Samgar, antiq. x. viii...
antiq. xis. ii. j. vol. 2, he railes vol. i.
the fiege of Jerusalem, ib. his expe- Senei, or Shimci, the son of Gera, an.

dition into Arabia, c. v, lect. a. tiq. vii. ix. 4. vol. i. c. xi. fect.
Scopas, general of Prolemy's army, de. 2. and c. xv. lect. 1. he is put to

feated by Antiochus the Great, antiq. death by Solomon, viii, i. 3. vol. 1.
xü, iji. 1, vol. 2.

Semelius, antiq. xi, ii. 2. vol. 1.
Sea ; the seventy interpreters wash their Sempronius (Caius) fon of Caius, antig.

hands in the sea, before they begin xiii. ix. 2. vol. 2.
their translation, antiq. xii, ii, i2, Senabar, or Shemebar, antis. i. ix, 1.
vol. 2.

vol, i.
Sea divided for the Israelites, antiq. ii. Sennacherib makes war on Hezekia,
xvi. 1. vol. 1.

antiq. x. i. I. vol. 1. his death,
Seba, antiq, i, vi, 2. vol. 1.

feet 5.
Sebas, the lon of Ilus, antig, vii. xii. Senate of Rome's decree concerning the
4. vol, 1.

Jews, antiq. xi. x, 6. vol. 2, they
Sects of the Jews, antiq. xiii. v, 9. renew their league with the Jews,

vol. 2, and xviii, i, 2, &c, vol. 2. xiv. viii. 5. vol. 2, another decree
Life, fect. 2. vol. 2. War, ii. viii. 2, of theirs concerning the Jews, c.
&c yol. 3.

10. fect, ig.
Sedecias, or Zedekiah, a false prophet, Sepphoris bumt, antiq. xvii. x. 9.
antiq. viii. xv, 4 vol. 1.

vol. 2. taken by Jolephus, Life, feat.
Sedecias, or Zedekiah, king of Judea, 67. vol. 2.

antiq. x, vii, 1, &c, vol 1. revolts Sariah, high priest, antiq. X. vii, 5,
from the Babyloniens, lect. calls 6, vol i.
for Jeremiah's advice, sect. 6. is car. Serebæus, antiq. xi, iii, 10. vol. 1.
ried captive to Babylon, c. viji, sect. Seron, general of the army of Cælosy-
2, his death, sect. 7.

ria, antiq. xii. vii. I. vol. 2.
Sedition among the priefts, antiq. xx. Serpent deprived both of speech and

viii, 8. vol. 2, ledition of Corah and feet, antiq.i. i. 4 vol. i.
his followers, iv, ii, 1, &c. vol. i. Serug, antiq. i. vi. 5. col. 1.
of the Israelites, antiq. iii. xiv. 3. Servilius (Publius his letter to the
vol. 1. is quelled by Joshua, lect.4. Mil fians in favor of the Jews, an
fedition at Celarea between the Jews tiq. xiv. x. 21. vol. 2.

and Syrians, xx. viii. 7. vol. 2. Silac. See Shack.
Sejanus put to death, antiq. xviii. vi, Seth son of Adam, antiq. iii. 3. vol.
6. vol. 2.

1. his posterity's pillars in the land
Seisan, the scribe, antiq. vii. v. 4. of Siriad, ib.
vol. 1.

Sethon, king of Egypt, againft apier,
Selene, queen of Syria, otherwise call i, fect. 26. vol. 3.

ed Cleopatra, antiq. xiii. xvi. 4. Sethosis, or Seloftris, king of Egypt,
vol. 2.

against Apion, i le&. 15.vo!, 3.
Seleucus possesses Syria after the death Seventh day. See Sabbath.

of Alexander the Great, antiq xii. i. Seventytwo interpreters sent by Eles-
vol, 2. he is called Nicator (the con. zar, the high priest, with the books
querer)c, iii. sect. 1. his bounty to of the law, antiq. xii, ii. 1o. vol. .
ward the Jews, ib.

their arrival at Alexandria, ib, they
Seleucus Soter, or Philopator, son of bring with them the law written up-

Antiochus the Great, antiq xii. iv, on parchment in golden letters, ib.
10. vol. 2.

they wash in the fra before they falt
Seleucus, son of Antiochus Grypus, to their work, le&. 12. they finish

antiq. xiii. xiii. 4. vol. 2, his death, the translation in leventytwo dayı,

Sella, or Zillah, Lamech's wife, antiq. Sextus Cæsar, president of Syria, as-
i, ii, 2. vol. a.

tiq. xiv, ix. 2, 4. vo!, 2. War, i.

X. 7, &c. vol. 3. he is Rain by Ce 2. he becomes troublesome to the

cilius Baffus, c, xi, fect, i, .: king, ib. he is killed, c, viii. sect. 3.
Shadrach, antiq. x, X, 1, vol. 1. Silas, a Babylonian, War, ii. xix. 2.
Shallum, antiq, ix. xi. 1. vol. 1. vol. 3. and iii. ii. 1. vol. 3.
Shalmanczer. See Salmanaffar. - Silo, the Roman captain, antiq. xiv.
Shamgar, son of Anath, fucceeds Ehud . xv.

1 5 . vol. 2.
Las judge, antiq. v. iv. 3. vol. . Slo, or Shiloh, a town where the tabu
Sharezer, antiq. x. i. §. vol. 1,

crnacle was fixed, antiq v. i. 19.
Sheba, antiq. i. vi. a. vol. 1. , ?, 20. vol. I.
Shechem, the place of Joshua's habita- Silva (Flavius) governor of Judea,
tion, antiq. v. i. 19, 28.

War, vii, viii. 1, vol 3. he besieges
Shechemites meet Alexander the Great, Massada, sect. 2, 5.

antiq. xi, viii. 6. vol. 1. their kind. Silver of little value in the days of
red with Raguel, Moles's father in · Solomon, antiq. viii. vii, 2. vol. l.
law, vi. vii. 3. vol. 1.

Simeon, son of Gamaliel, War, iv. iii.
Sheckel, a coin equal to four Attic 9. vol. 3..

drachmæ, antiq. iii viii. 2. vol. I, Simon, fon of Bothus, made high
Shem, antiq, i. iv. 1, vol. 1, his pole priest, antiq, xv. ix. 3. pol. 2. his
cerity, c. vi, sect 4.

daughter married to Herod, ib, he is
Shemeber, king of Zeboim, antiq. i. ix. deprived, xvii. iv 2. vol. %.
1. vol. t..

Simon, son of Camithi, made high
Shield covered the left eye in war, an pricft, antiq. xviii, ii, 2 vol. 2,
tiq. vi. v. 1. vol. 1.

Simon, son of Boethus, surnamed Cann
Shield, a token of a league between the theras, madę high pricft, antiq, XIX.

Jews and Romans, antig. xiv, viii. Vi. 2. vol. 2. he is deprived, lect. 4.
: S. vol. 2.

Simon lon of Cathias, War, iy, iv. 2,
Shimei, son of Gera, antiq. vii, ix. 4 vol. 3.

vol. 1. c. xi, fect2. and c. xvi. fec. Simon the Just, Eleazar's brother, high

1. put o death by Solomon, viii. 1. priest, antiq. xii, ii. 4. vol. 2. c. iva
Ships sent to Pontus and Thrace un- Simon, son of Onias, the high priek,

der Ahaziah, son of Abab, antiq. ix. dies, antiq. xii, iv, 10. vol. 2.
i, 4. vol. 1.

Simon the Effen, a prophet, antiq.
Silhack, or Sefac, king of Egypt, an xvii, xiii 3. vol. 2

tiq. vii. v. 3. vol. 1. and viii. vii. Simon, son of Gicras, War, ii. xix, 2.
8. vol. 1. c. x, fect 3.

vol. 3. and iv. ix. 3. vol. 3 fights
Sibas, or Zibah, antiq. vii, v. 5. vol. i. with the-Zelotes, iv. ix 5. vol. 3.

c. ix. fe&t. 3. Saul's freed man, c. conquers Idumea, fact. 7, is made a
xi. fe&t. 3.

prisoner, and reserved for the tri-
Sibbechai, the Hittite, antiq. vii. xii. "umph, War, vii. 2, vol. 3. is put to
: %, vol. 1,

death at the triumph, c. v, le&. 6.
Sicarii, or banditti, flee to Alexandria, Simon, brother of Judas and Jonathan

War, vii. x. 1, vol. 1. caunot be the Maccabees, beats the enemy in

forced to own Cæsar for their lord, Galilee, antiq. xii. viii 2. vol. 2.
» ibid,

is made captain of the Jews, c. X.
Sichon, or Sihon, king of the Amo. sect. 6. he makes a speech to them,

rites, conquered, antiq. iv, v. 1, xiii, vi. 3. vol. 2. is made their
: &c. vol. I.

prince, feet, 3, 4 is made high priest,
Sidon, antiq. i. vi. 2. vol. 1

fect 6 War, 1. ii. 2. vol. 3. is ille
Signs appraring before the destruction e d by Ptolemy his son in law, fect. 3.

of Jerusalem, War, vi, v 3. vol. 3. Simon, foa of Arinus, War, v. vi. i.
Silanus, president of Siria, antiq.

vol; 3.
: xviii, ii, 4. vol. 2.

Simon, son of Dofitheus, antiq. xiii. ,
Silas, governor of Tiberias, Life, fect. ix, 2. vol. 2.
17,53. vol. 2..

Simon, captain of the Idumeans at Je.
Silas, tyrant of Lyfias, antio, xiv. iii. rufalemn, War, iv. iv. 4. vol. 3.
2. vol. 2

Simon, a liteguard mart to Jolephus,
Silas, an attendant on king Agrippa se. Life, fect. 28. vol. 2.

nior in his adversitics, antig. xviii, Simon' of Jerusalem, antig, xix, vij. the
vi. 7. vol. 2. and xix, vii, 1. vol. vol. 2.

5. vol. 1.

lect. 1.

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fect. 4.

Simon, a magician, antiq. ak. vii, 2. solve them all, ib. be fortifies Jers
vol., 2,

falem, and builds several towns, cu
Simon, a Pharisee. Life, scat. 38 vol 2.. vi. le&t. 1. lays a lax on the se-
Simon Psellus, Josephus's grandfather, maining Canaanites, lect. 3. fits oat
Life, Ica. 1. vol. 2.

a fleet, fect. 4. his great riches, c.
Simon, a lervant of Herod, allumes vii. ica, 2. bis immoderate love of

the crown, antiq, xvii. x. 6, vol. 2. women, ice, s his death, le&t. 8.
Simon, son of Saul, Wai, ii. xviii. 4. Solymz, or Salem, the old name of
vol. 3. ·

Jeru!alem, antiq. vii. iii. 2. vol. 1.
Simon persuades the people to exclude Sopronius, or Zephaniah, the second

Agrippa from the temple, antiq. xix. priest, antiq. x. viii, s. vol. i.
vii, 4 vol. 3.

Sosibius of Tarentum, antiq, xü. ii. 2.
Simonides Agrippa, Josephus's son, vol. 2.
Life, fed, 76, vol. a.

Sofius, a Roman captain in judea, antiq.
Siphar, the Ammonite, antiq. vii. ix. xiv. xv, 9. vol. 2. c. xvi. sect. 1.
8. vol. 1.

joins with Herod againt Antigonus,
Sitera oppreffes the Israelites, antiq. v. ib. War, i. xvii, 2. vol. 3. be
v. 1. vol. 1. is killed by jael, takes Antigonus prisoner, and car.

sies bim to Anthony, antiq. xiv.
Sifones, antig, xi. i, 3. vol. 1. gover. xvi. 4. vol. 2. War, i. xviii. 2. 3.
nor of Syria and Phenica, c. iv. lect. vol. 3.

Souls of heroes, Nain in war, suppola
Slaughter, the greatest that ever was ed to pe placed among the stars, Wary.

in one battle, antiq. viii. xi. 3. vi. i. 5. vol. 3.
vol. 1..

Speech of Herod to his army, antig,
Sodomites and their associates, con. xv. v. 3. vol. 2. to the people, c.

quered by the Allyrians, antiq. i, ix. xi. fe&t. 1. speech of Moses to Corah
vol. 1.

and the people, iv. ii. 4, &c. vol. 1,
Sodomises so wicked, that they are to the people before his death, c, vui.

burnt with fire from heaven, antiq. , feat. i.
i, xi, vol. I.

Spies, sent by Moses to view the land of
Sohemus, letrarch, antiq. xvii. iii. 2. Canaan, antig. iii. xiv. 1, &c. vet,
vol. 2, Lile, sect, Il. vol. 2.

1. by Joshua to Jericho, v, 1. s.
Sohem us, king of Emesa, succeeds his vol. t. they bring back a faithful

brother Azizus, antiq. xx. viit. 4. account, fećt. 2.

vol, 2, War, vii. vä. i. vol. 3. Spoils of barbarians reposited in Here
Sphemus of Iturea, antiq, xv. vi. 5. od's temple, antiq, xv, xi. 3. vol. 2.

vol, %, betrays Herod's secret order Spoils in was to be equally divided
for killing Marianne, c. vii, sect, i. 'between those that fight and those

is put to death by Herod, lect. 4. that guard the baggage, antiq. vi.
Solomon, son of Dayid, antiq vii. iii. xiv. 6. vol. 1.

3. vol. 1. promised to David, c. iv. Stars, supposed to have their virtue from
fect, 4. born, c. vii, fect. 4 anoint. the sun and moon, antiq. ii, ii. 3.
ed and proclaimed king, c. xiv. le&t. vol. I.
5. anointed and proclainned a lec. Stechus, antiq. xvii. vi. 7, vol. 2,
und lime, feet ii. marries Pha- Stephanus, Cæsar's fervant, antiq. xx.
raoh's daughter, antiq, viii. i. 1. de. v. 4. vol. 2. War, ii, xii. 2 vol. 3
termines the cause of two harlots, Sterility of the country is one of the
fect. 2. his power, grandeus and punishments for the king's doing ill,
wisdom, sect. 3. &c. the books he antiq. vii, iv. 4 vol. i.
wrote, feet. S his letter to Hiram Stratton tyrannizes over Berea, antiq.
king of Tyre, lect, 6. he builds the xiii. xiv. 3. vol. 2
temple, feat, 9 and c. ii, his ad. Subjects follow the manners of their
dresses to God and the people after it princes, apsiq, viii. x. 2. vol. 1.
was built, c. iv. fect. 2.&c, he of. Suinober, or Shemeber, king of Zebo.
fers abundance of lacrifices, feat, 4. im, anti , i.ix, 1. vol. i.
he builds himself a royal palace, c. Suppi.cants in Syria'used to come with
v lect. 1. &c. fulves the problems an balier about their heads, antiq
propoled by the king of Tyre, kat. viii, xiv. 4. vol. b.

Dius says, Solomon could not

Str, or Zur, a king of the Midianites, 4 vol. e, like to that at Jerusalemn,
antiq. iv. vii. 1. vol. 1.

* xi. viii. 2. vol. 1.
Sylla, captain of King Agrippa's life. Temple built by Herod near Pancas, in
guard, Life, sect. 71. vol. 2.

honor of Augustus, antiq. xv. x,
Syileus, an Arabian, first minister to 3. vol. 2. War, i, xxi. 3 vol. 36

king Obodas, antiq. xvi. vii, 6. Temple of the golden calf, War, iv. i.
vol. 2, War, i. xxiv. 6. vol. 3. c. 1. vol. 3.
xxyii. fect. 1. he goes to Rome, an. Temples in Egypt, many and different,
tiq. xvi. ix. 2, vol. 2. accules Her antiq. xiii iii. i. vol. 2.
od before Auguftus, lect. 3. de Temples of the 'Canaanites were to be
mands Salome in marriage, c. vii. demolished, antiq. iv, viii. 2. vol. 1,
sect. 6. is refuled, becaufe he would Temples of foreigo nations not to be
not turn Jew, ib. is charged with plundered, nor their donations ta.
several murders, xvii, iii, 2. vol. 2. ken away, antiq. iv. viii. 10. vol. i.
War, i. x. ix. 3. vol. 3. is accused Temple of Hercules, and Astarte at
before Auguitas by Nicolaus of Tyre, antiq, viii. v. 3. vol. 1. ''
Damascus, antiq. xvi. x. 8. vol. 2. Temple of Demus and the graces at A.

receives fentence of death, fect. 9. thens, antiq. xiv. viii. 5. vol. 2. .
Synedrion, or "Sanhedrin. See Sanhe Temple of Belus, at Babylon, antiq. X.

ix. 1. vol. 1.
Syrian commodities, antig. ii. iii. 3. Temple built by Herod at Samaria, an.
· vol. I.

tiq. xv. viii. 5. vol. 2.
Syrians hatred to the Jews, War, i. iv. Temple (Herod's) at Jerusalem describe
3. vol. 3.

ed, antiq. xv. xi. 3. 'S, vol. 2.
A Syrian king of Mesopotamia, antiq. Temple Onion in Egypt, built like
vii. vi. 1, vol. 1.

that at Jerutalem, antiq xii, x. 7.
Tabernacle built, antiq. iii. vi. 1. vol. vol. 2. and wili. iii. 1, 3. vol. 2

1. its description, lect. 2. its purifi. c, x. lect. 4. and xx. X vol. 2.
cation, c. viii. fe&t. 3.

Temple of Diana, at Elemais, antiq. xii.
Feast of Tabernacles, a great festival of 'jx, . vol. 2, of Dagon at Ashdod,

the Jews, antiq. viii, iv. i. vol, . or Azotus, xiii, iv 4. vol. 3. of A.
and" xv. iii. 3 vol 2, celebraied in pollo at Gaza, c. xiii. lect. 3.
warsby the leave of king Antiochus, Temple of Jerusalem, rebuilt by Zoro.
xiii. viii. 2. vol. 2, celebrated for babel, antiq. xi. i. vol. i. c. iv.
fourteen days upon the dedication of feet 5. &c. xx, x. vol. 2. the Jews
Solomon's temple, viii, iv. 5 vol. hindered in buiiding it, xi, ii. vol.
1. Jews then carry boughs with fruit, 1. they go on by order of Darius,
whereby Alexander the high priel! c. iv, lečt , &c. it is finished in
was pelted, riii. xiii. 5. vol. 2. seven years, lect. 7. lixty cubits low-
Jews 'then fixed tabernacles in the er han Solomon's temple, XV. mi.
temple, War, vi. v. 3. vol. 3. it is 1. vol. 2. it is plundered by Antio.
celeb ated after the Babylonian cap. chus, Epiphanes, xii, vy. vol. 2.
tivity, antiq. xi, iv. 1, vol. 1. c. v. taken by Pompey, and its moft bo.
fect. 5.

ly place seen by him, but without
Tabie (of lhew bread) golden, made by detriment thereto, xiv. v. 4. vol.

Prolemy, antiq. xii ii. 7, &c, vol. 2. War, i; vii, 6. vol. 3. new built

2. with his cups and vials, feet, 9. by Herod, antiq. xv. xi. 3. Vol. 2.
Delphic table, antiq. iii. vi. 7. vol. 1. burnt by Titos, War, vi iv. 3, &c
Table ia the court of the pricils, antiq. vol. 3. Titus goes into the mot how
iii. vi 2. vol. 1.

ly place, feet. 7.
Tachas, an iq. i. vi. 5. vol. 1.

Temple of Solomon described, antia.
Tanganas, antiq. xi, iv. 9. vol. 1. viii. iii. 2, &c. vol 1. dedicated
Tartan, a captain of the Allyrians, antiq: by Solomon, fr&t. 4. foreigners
X. 1. i. vol. 1.

could go but to a certain partition
Tears, natural signs of great joy or for. wall in Herod's temple, xv. xi. s.

row, antiq. xii. ii. 10. vol. 2. vol. 2. womea excluded the two
Teba, antiq. i. vi. 5. vol. 1

innor cours, ib. open to S-maritans
Temple built upon Mount Gerrizim, and other natious for prayer, xi. iv.
antig x. viii. 7. vol. 1. and xiii. iii. 3. vol. 1. David's armory in the

temple, ix, vii, 2. vol. 1. tax out
of the temple treasure remitted by Thumofis, or Tethmosis, king of E.
Demetrius, xiii. ii. 3. vol. e. Dan- .gypt, against Apion, i. sect. 14, 15.
iel's prophecy of Antiochus's prof. 26. vol. 3.
anation of the temple fulfilled, xii, Thrygammes, or Togarmah, antiq. i.
vii. 6. vol. 2,

vi. i. vol...
Tephetus of Garsis, War, v. xi, 5 Tiberius Alexander, procurator of jus
vol. 3.

dea, antiq. xx. v. 2. vol. 2,
Terah, Abraham's father, antiq. i. vi. Tiberius Alexander, governor of Ale
1.5.' yol, 1. "

: exandria, War, ii. xxii, 7. vol. 3.
Teribinth, for turpentine tree, near He and v. i, 6, vol. 3. he brings Egypt
i bron, supposed as old as the world, over to Vespasian, iv. x. 6, vol. 3.
War, iv. ix. 7. vol. 3.

Tiberias the emperor, antiq, xviii, ii.
Terertius, or Turnus Rufus, War, vii. . 4. vol. 2. War, ii. ix, , 5, vol 3.
ii. vol. 3.

his dılatory proceedings, antiq. xviii.
Tercíh, antiq. xi. vi. 4. vol. 1.

vi 5. vol. 2. his fill in astrology,
Teridatıs, or Tiridates, king of Arme. feat. 9. his prognostic of a fucceflor,

via, antiq. xx. iii. 3. vol. 2, War, ib, his death, ib.
vii, vii, 7. vol. 3.

Tibni, antiq. viii, xii. 5. vol. 1.
Tero, an old soldier, antiq. xvi, ix. 4. Tidal, antiq. i. ix. vol. 1.

&c.vol. 2, War, i. xxvii. 4,&c.vol. Tiglathpileler, king of Allyria, antiq.
3 charged with to calon by Trypho, ; ix. xi. 1. vol. 1. :
Herod's barber, left. S.

Tigranes, king of Armenia, antiq.xiii.
Tethmofis, or Thumolis, king of Egypt, . xvi. 4 vol. 2. and xv. iv. g. vol,
" against Apion, i xiv, 15.26, vol. 3. 2, and xviii. v. 4 vol. 2. War, i
Tetrarchies, antiq. xiii, iv. 9. vol. 2. v. 3. vol. 3. c. xxviji. fect. 1.
Tharmar, David's daughter, antiq. vii. Tigranes, ion of Alexander and Glz.
iii 3. vol. 1.:

phyra, antiq. xviii, v. 4. vol. 2.
Thamar, Absalom's daughter, married Timaus king of Egypt, againt Api-

to Rehoboam, antiq. vii. x, 3. vol.1. on, i, lect, 14. vol. 3.
Thaumatus, antiq. xviii, vi, 6. vol. 8. Timidius, antiq. xix. i. 5. vol. 2.
Theatres erected at Jerusalem by Her. Timius, a Cypriot, antiq. xviii. x. 4.

od, antiq. xv, viii. 1. vol. 2, War, vol. 2.
'i, xxi. 8. vol. 3. at Cefarea, antiq. Timotheus, antiq. xii, viii. 1, 3, vol,
xv. ix. 6, vol. 2.

2. he is put to flight by Judas,
Theft, how punished by the law of scct. 4.

Moles, antig. iv. viii. 27, &c, vol.s. Tiras, antiq. i. vi. e, vol, a,
Themagus, antiq. xi, iii. 5. vol. 1. Tiridates, king of Armenia, antiq, XI.
Theodorus, son of Zeno. antiq. xiii. iii. 3. vol. 2.

xii. 3. vol. 2. War, i, iv, 2. vol. 3. Tithes, and first fruits, given to the
Theodosius, antiq, xiä. iii. 4. vol. 2. : Levites, antiq, iv. iv. 3. vol. 1. their
Theophilus, son of Ananus, deprived tithes or tenth parts given to the

of the high priesthood, antiq. xix. - priest, lect. 4. this law reftored by
vi, 2. vol. 2.

Hezekiah, ix. xiii. 3. vol. 1.
Theophilus, brother of Jonathan, made Titius, president of Syria, aotiq. xvi.
high priest, antiq. xviii. v. 3. viii. 6, vol. 2.
vol. 2. 1

Titus Cæfar, son of Vespasian, fent to
Thermus, a Roman ambaffador, ac Alexandria, War, iii. i. 3. fol, si

gainst Apion, ii, lect, 5. vol. 3 he brings a greai number of uoopa
Thermula, Phraataces's concubine, and to Vespa Gan, c. iv, le&t. 2, his piety
* then wife, antiq. xviii, ii. 4. vol. 2. towards his father, c. vii. ka, 23.
Theudas, an impostor, antiq. xx. v, he and Vespasian take Jotapata, le&t.
I. vol, 2.

31. his mildness to Jolephus, c, viii.
Theudion, brother of Doris, Antipa sect. 8, 9, be is sent against Taricher,

ler's.mother, antiq. xvii, iv, 2. c. x. teat, 1. bis valor in this expe.
vol. 2.

dition, lect. 3. his speech to his lola
Thober, or Tubai-cain, antiq. i.ii, I. diers, lect. 4. be takes Tarichez, lett.
vol. 1.

5. he is sent to Rome, with king A-
Tholomy, son of Sobemus, antią, xis. grippa, to compliment Galba, iv. ix.
viii, 1. vol. a.

2. vol. 3. the order of his anay, v.

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