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Antiochians rebel, ii. 195; their metrius, ji. 218; makes war
envy against the Jews, 143. with Trypho, 211.
iii. 58, 137, 144; iv. 163, 243; thace, iii. 4; is tetrarch of Ga-
to be a king, 32, 344; what
assists the Samaritans, but is Antipas is put in prison and slain,
troubles, ii. 242; sent ambas-
expedition against the Jews, ii. Cyprus, and his children, 257;
his valour, 258; advises Hyr-
letters in favour of the Jews, protection of Aretas, iii. 251;
ter Cleopatra to Ptolemy, 147. vours to deserve Cæsar's fa-
vour, iii. 261; honoured by
piety, 214; he dies, 171. of Judea, ii. 260; iii. 363; poi-
vades Judea, ii. 173; fights Antipater, son of Phasaelus and
breaks it, 175; is killed, ib. peaches Archelaus, iii. 33.
sent to Rome to Cæsar, 370;
Seleucus, ii. 231; is slain, ib. bis subtilty, 383; reigns joint-
sieges Jerusalem, ii. 213; raises by every body, ib.; attempts his
fore Varus's tribunal, 13, 332;
commonly called The God, ii. 19; is put to death, iii. 26,
Petina, iii. 373.
cus, slain in battle, ii. 231. money to Agrippa the elder, iii.
Antonia, called Baris, iii. 251; Aran, or Haran, i. 24.
taken by Titus, iv. 181, et seq. Arasca, or Nisroch, ii. 47.
to the Sardians, in favour of Araunah, or Oronna, the Jebu-
site; his threshing floor, i. 361;
the place where Isaac was to
have been sacrificed, and
vour of the Jews, ji. 269; Archelaus, king of Cappadocia,
the people, 29, 341; endea-
vours to appease the people,
cused there by the deputies of
to Vienne, 355; his dreams and
Glaphyra's, 49, 355.
Archelaus, son of Magadatus, iv.
ment, and is defeated, ib. 230, 243, 401; Hi. 251, 325;
ii. 243; succeeds Obodas, 395;
succours Hyrcanus, iii. 251;
Aretas, king of Celesyria, marches
against Judea, ii. 234.
Arioch, ii. 71.
dren when thirteen, i. 34; Aristobulus, son of Hyrcanus I.;
sumed the title of king, ii. 222;
Petra the king's residence, ib. ; the Greeks, 224.
men great poisoners, iii. 9. ii. 237; complains of the Pha-
risees, ib.; reproaches his mo-
ther, 238; endeavours to take Arphaxad, i. 24.
Pompey, 261; his children, ib. dicted, 118
Great, ii. 349; marries Bere- Artorius saves his life, iv. 194.
Aruntius (Paulus), iii. 115.
king of Damascus, 419.
Asamoneus, ii. 160.
made high priest by Herod, ii. reigo, ii. 303.
pathan, ii. 150; its inhabitants
Ashpenaz, a eunuch, ii. 70.
vernment, i. 185; instituted in 379; Valerius proconsul of, iii.
Judea by Gabinius, iii. 259. 121.
Asineus and Anelius, iii. 93.
Rome but to the Jews, ii. 269.
124; taken by the Philistines, Apion as an object of worship
Assyrian empire overthrown, ii.
16; mentioned by all barba- Astarte's temple, i. 309; iv. 280.
the first men lived near a thou-
years, i. 18; came out of
. 317; Cotys king of the into Greece, 25.
Lesser Armenia, iii. 144. Asylum, right of, belonging to
Athenians decree honours to Hyr- Badus, or Bath, i. 380.
Bagoses, ii. 121.
Balak, king of Moab, i. 166.
iii. 290; perfidious, ii. 322. Balaam, the prophet, i. 166, et
Judea, iii. 40; is conquered, ib. Ballas, king of Sodom, i. 27.
Balm, or Balsam, near Jericho, ii.
351; bis letter to Herod, 403; Baltasar [Belshazzar, or Naboan-
Barachias, ii. 37.
consisted in cattle, i. 91.
ed by Gorgias, ii, 170. Baris, built by Daniel, ii. 81.
and marries Drusilla, ib.; dies, Baruch, left with Jeremiah the
prophet in Judea, ii. 66.
ants plagued, i. 251; taken by Barzislai, i. 346, 352.
Basan, or Baasha, king of Israel,
418; slays Nadab, 417.
Bassus (Cecilius), murderer of
Bassus (Lucilius), sent with an
cherus, iv. 238, et seq.
337; afterwards killed, 338. Bathyllus, iii. 329.
20; taken by Cyrus, ii. 79; Battle at Taricheæ, iv. 45.
buchadnezzar, 283; ii. 76. Belus, the Babylonian god, ii. 76;
Benaiah, a man of valour, i. 355;
ans, ii. 21.
son of Jehoiada, 328; made the same title given him by
Buckle, or button, sent to Jona-
ria, ii. 194; and by Demetrius,
428; the second time, ii. 11; Burrhus, iii. 171.
falls sick, and is smothered, 15.
and at last cut off, i. 223; Egypt, ii. 258; his decrees in
favour of the Jews, 266; he is
iii. 70; is married to Herod, Cæsarea built by Herod, ii. 347.
Cæsarean games instituted, ii.
finishing of Cæsarea Augusta,
marries Polemon, iii. 166; 126.
Cain murders Abel, i. 11; his
land of Nod, 12.
364; puts Tiberius to death,
81; his behaviour, 86; orders
tween Herod and his sons was temple, 87; gratifies Agrippa,
and forbids its erection, 92;
bis letter to Petronius, ib.;
calls himself the brother of
377; twenty-two most sacred Petronius retarded till he was
dead, 93, 367; his character,
Calt (golden) near Daphne or
one that refused to marry her, Callimander, ii. 219.
Callinicus, iv. 244.
Callistus, iii. 111.
Cambyses succeeds Cyrus, ii. 87;
Balas gave to Jonathan, ii. 186; Assyrians, iv. 168.