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returns to him, ib.; his expedition to 54, 96, 113.
564; and to those of Cyrene, 564. in note; king of Syria, 430; his letter
462 ; dies of a quartan ague, 464; ii.
temple, ib.; grants privileges to the
Jews, ib.; the Pamphylian sea gives
way to his army, i. 77; his arms and
fights with Benhadad, 298; pardons i. 419.
lampsio, ii. 51.
Fadus, ii. 113, 256 ; is made procu.
Egypt, 264; chief commander
of the Roman army, ii. 366, 427.
quered and dies, i. 452,
evil counsel, 240; hangs himself, 241. holds the administration after his
death, i. 465; dies, 467; her eulo
Alexandra, daughter of Hyrcanus, writes
a letter to Cleopatra, i. 513, sende
to Antonius, ib.; is feignedly recun.
ciled to Herod 514; is suspected by
Herod, 515; prepares to fly into Amram, Moses's father, i. 63
is killed by Herod's order, 532. Ananias made high priest, ii. 113,258,
Salampsio, ii. 51; is married to Timius to Rome, ii. 115; slain together with
his brother, 275
signed to the Jews, i. 478; the Jews Ananias, the son of Masambalus, ii. 408
Ananus, senior, made high priest, ii
Ananus, junior, made high priest, i
121, 143, 337; his speech to the peo-
James, 122; deprived of the high
ing made of unhewn stone, ii. 488. Ananus, the son of Seth, made high
i. 378; his edict against the Jews, ib.; Ananus, governor of the temple, ii. 115
383; he is himself hanged, 382. Andronicus, i. 433.
Angels of God become familiar with
women, i. 16.
Anileus, ii. 67 ; killed by the Babylo.
on Jehoash, and is beaten, 322 ; mur. Annibal put to death by Fadus for a
mutiny ii. 105.
Annius (Lucius) takes Gerasa, ii. 35%.
zekiah, i. 335; ambassadors slain by Annius Rufus, ii. 42.
Anteius killed, ii. 84.
cedemonians, i. 440; sent by the Jews Antigonus, son of Aristobulus, i. 459,
477 ; impeaches Hyrcanus and Anti-
pater, 480 ; ii. 483 ; conquered by
Herod, i. 494; invades Judea, 497 ;
re-established, 500; ii, 192; cuts off
Hyrcanus's ears, and causes the death
mar, i. 235; is slạin by Absalom's self, i. 509; ij, 200; sent in fetters
to Marcus Antonius, ii. 201; the first
and Gad, and the half tribe of Ma. Romans, i. 511.
Antigonus, son of Hyrcanus I. made
rod... 534 ; apothor at Jericho, i. 23. .. 452; beloved by his brother, 154,
dren, 479; his valour, 480; advises
the Jews made citizens thereof by protection of Aretas, ii. 175; makes
Seleucus, i. 400; is burnt, ii. 447. his son Phasaelus governor of Jeru.
endeavours to deserve Cæsar's fa.
96, 101, 103, 457; Commagena and and made citizen of Rome, i. 480;
part of Cilicia granted him, 96. ü. 183; his defence against Antigo-
nus, ib.; ii. 183; made governor
put to death by Seleucus, i. 460. Antipater, son of Phasaelus and Sa.
tion against the Jews, i. 463 ; ii. 173. Antipater, son of Salome, impeaches
in favour of the Jews, 401, 402; his Antipater, son of Herod, i. 494 ; sent
daughter Cleopatra to Ptolemy, 403. threa, i.556; his subulty,565; reigns
to Egypt, i. 409; takes Jerusalem, by every body, ib.; attempts his fa-
bunal, 13, 231; his plea 14; is put
dea, i. 420; fights with Judas, ib.; 235.
i. 421 ; breaks it, ib.; is killed, 422. Antonia, Claudius's daughter by Petina.
Antonia, Claudius's mother, lends mo-
Jerusalem, i. 448; raises the siege, Titus, ii. 415, et seq.
Sardians, in favour of the Jews, i. 489.
monly called The God, i. 400; Antony, a captain, or eenturion, ii. 294.
to Hyrcanus, 495; to the Tyrians,
makes Phasaelus and Herod te.
i. 452; makes war with Trypho, 447. to be put to death, ib.; confers sig.
is tetrarch of Galilee, 22; goes to at Athens, 505; his luxury, 513.
what was given him by Cæsar, 245. Apachmas, king of Egypt, ü. 479.
Apion, ambassador, ii. 86.
i. 469; sent Ambassador to Aretna, 460; killed ibe
Apollonius, i. 451.
Aristobulus, son of Hyrcanus L., the
lover of the Greeks, 456.
an enterprising man, i. 465; com
plains of the Pharisees, ib.; 16
proaches his mother, 465; endea
vours to take possession of the king
dom, ib.; fights with his elder bro.
thirteen, i, 29; twelve towns taken sends a golden vine to Pompey, i
from them by Alexander, i. 469. 471; is, with his children, brought
the king's residence, ib. ; Zabdiel escapes, but is retaken and sent back
Aristobulus, son of Herod the Great, i.
542; marries Berenice, 551 ; put in
prison, 576; accused by his father
and condemned, 579; strangled, 581;
threshing.floor, i. 251; the place Aristobulus, son of Herod, king of
amne, ii. 52,
to Herod, i. 571, ii. 217; goes with high priest by Herod, i.514; drowned
Aristobulus, son of Aristobulus and Be.
7,12, 244, 229; made ethnarch, 34; Aristocracy the best form of govern-
ken by the Philistines, 177; restored
Ark of Noah, where it rested, i. 17
469, 577 ; ii. 175, 226; expedition Armais, king of Egyyt, ii. 480.
Arphaxad, i. 23.
Arsaces, king, i. 442, 450.
Artabanus, king of Media, ii. 43
Artabanus, king of the l'arthians, ü. 4
08; flies to Izates, 109; kindly re- Azarias, one of Daniels companions,
Azarias, a commander, is defeated by
present to Cleopatra by Antonius, ii. Azizus, ü. 116; is circumcised, and
marries Drusilla, ib.; dies, 118.
the Jews, 378; contradicted, 383. plagued, i. 178; taken by Jonathan,
BAAL, ii. 485; god of the Tyrians, i
Baalis, king, i. 348.
Baaras, a place, and plant, ü. 454.
Baba's children preserved, i. 533; af
terwards killed, 534.
Babylon, derived from Babel, i. 20;
nezzar's buildings at Babylon, i. 254;
its walls not built by Semiramis, but
built by Nobonnidus of brick and
bitumen, ib.; ils pensile gardens
erected by Nebuchadnezzar', 481;
an object of worship among the Jews, Balak, king of Moab, i. 121.
Baladan, king of Babylon, i. 335.
his ass speaks, 122.
first men lived near a thousand Balm, or Balsam, near Jericho, i. 473,
Egypt, and thence into Greece, 24. Baltasar (Belshazzar, or Naboandel, or
354; his terrible vision, and its in
Balthasar [Belteshazzar,] Daniel's
name, i. 350.
Barachias, i. 327.
dea, ii. 31 ; is conquered, ih. Barbarians, their riches formeriy con.
sisted in cattle, i. 69.
letter to Herod, 579; holds a coun. Baris, built by Daniel, i. 357.
Bazan, or Baasha, king at Israel, alaya
Nadab in 290