Alexandra - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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lexander Jannaeus; his widow Alexandra takes over as queen of Judaea.
Alexandra appoints her elder son Hyrcanus to be high priest.
nfluence during the reign of Alexandra, despite the opposition of her
Aristobulus leads a rebellion against his mother Alexandra.
Alexandra's autocratic style makes her unpopular with her subjects.
The death of Alexandra, queen of the Jews; she appoints her elder son
the son of Alexander and Alexandra Salina, and appointed
ter him, his widow Alexandra, also called Sallina, [was
king was Salinai and his wife Alexandra. After him, there
176.1 * .  Alexandra became queen of the Jews, for
Hyrcanus, the sons of Alexandra, fought against each
the Greeks, was called Alexandra, let his brethren out
[16.] &  So Alexandra, when she had taken the fortr
age fitter for it." So Alexandra, not knowing what to
this is the conclusion of the affairs of Alexandra.
ted the affairs of queen Alexandra, and her death, in the
and permitted his wife Alexandra to appoint him that sho
nder left the kingdom to Alexandra his wife, and depended
Joseph:BJ_* 01.111-119 *
urately.  Now Alexandra hearkened to them to an extra
- daughter of Aristobulus II, king of the Jews
which, whose name was Alexandra, Philippion fell in lov
ried her, whose name was Alexandra; on the account of whic
- daughter of Hyrcanus II, king of the Jews
ius visits Judaea, and meets Alexandra, the mother-in-law of Herodes.
Alexandra complains to Cleopatra about the behaviour of Herodes.
high priest Aristobulus, the son of Alexandra, is killed by Herodes.
brother was seized; and Alexandra, the shrewdest woman
- the title of a poem by the Greek poet Lycophron
Lycoph_, the "Alexandra" of Lycophron.
Lycophron, who wrote the Alexandra There is an epigram att
- in documents
ations to Aia and Eutychia and Alexandra. Xanthilla sa
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