Aristobulus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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I - king of Judaea, 104-103 B.C.
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Judaea, and the accession of Aristobulus, who assumes the title of
Aristobulus conquers the Itureans.
Aristobulus kills his mother and his brother Antigonus.
The death of Aristobulus, and the accession of Alexander Jannaeus.
452'A] [Ol. 176.2] Aristobulus became the 20th high priest
for 27 years. 20. Aristobulus, who was the first to take
high priest for 27 years. 20. Aristobulus was high priest
Hyrcanus for 26 years Aristobulus for 1 year Jannaeus
Jews for 26 years. After him, Aristobulus [was leader]
the son of Jonathan Then Aristobulus the son of John He
169.1 * .  Aristobulus [became king] of the Jews,
his sons Antigonus and Aristobulus over the siege; which
tance, but was beaten by Aristobulus; and when he was purs
Joseph:AJ_* 13.301-304 *
was dead, the eldest son Aristobulus, intending to change
his brother.  Aristobulus yielded to these imputation
of his brother, came to Aristobulus armed, as he used to
isorder.  But Aristobulus repented immediately of thi
the blood on that place, Aristobulus heard it, and inquire
Joseph:AJ_* 13.320-323 *
als." [12.] &  When Aristobulus was dead, his wife
eaving the succession to Judas, who was also called Aristo
wall, and set his sons, Aristobulus and Antigonus, over
ation, but was beaten by Aristobulus and Antigonus; and
Joseph:BJ_* 01.70-75 *
ther, the elder of them, Aristobulus, changed the governme
der.  Hereupon Aristobulus repented of the great crime
II - king of Judaea, 67-63 B.C.
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reign of Alexandra, despite the opposition of her son Aristobulus.
Aristobulus leads a rebellion against his mother Alexandra.
Aristobulus deposes Hyrcanus, and sets himself up as king of Judaea.
Aretas invades Judaea and defeats Aristobulus.
Aristobulus is besieged in the temple at Jerusalem, and Onias is ston
Scaurus offers support to Aristobulus, who defeats Hyrcanus.
ceives envoys from the Syrians, Egyptians and Aristobulus of Judaea.
Pompeius receives envoys from Hyrcanus and Aristobulus at Damascus.
Judaea; Hyrcanus submits to him, but Aristobulus remains defiant.
Pompeius stays near Jericho, and puts Aristobulus under arrest.
Roman control over Judaea, and takes away Aristobulus as a prisoner.
olt by Alexander, the son of Aristobulus; Marcus Antonius displays
Aristobulus escapes from Rome and returns to Judaea.
The Romans defeat and capture Aristobulus at Machaerus.
efeats Alexander, the son of Aristobulus, in a battle near Mount Tabo
Caesar releases Aristobulus, a Jewish prince, and sends him to Syria.
Aristobulus is killed by poisoning.
Alexander, the son of Aristobulus, is executed by Scipio, but his bro
Herodes defeats Antigonus, the son of Aristobulus.
it. He led back Aristobulus and his children as captive
ia, he was approached by Aristobulus the king of the Jews
king of the Iberians, Aristobulus king of the Jews, and
for 9 years. And after her, Aristobulus and Hyrcanus
est, for 34 years. Aristobulus and Hyrcanus, the sons of
two sons, Hyrcanus and Aristobulus, but committed the
ame into the palace, and Aristobulus with them, for he see
into tears. But Aristobulus chiefly made manifest what
also, she sent her son Aristobulus with an army to Damas
a dangerous distemper, Aristobulus resolved to attempt
Joseph:AJ_* 13.425-428 *
the queen perceived that Aristobulus was fled; and for som
Joseph:AJ_* 14.4-8 *
at Rome; when presently Aristobulus began to make war aga
Joseph:AJ_* 14.11-14 *
spicious of the power of Aristobulus, and was afraid of
an expedition against Aristobulus with an army of fifty
manner make imprecations on Aristobulus and those of
While the priests and Aristobulus were besieged, it hap
Joseph:AJ_* 14.30-37 *
came to him, both from Aristobulus and Hyrcanus, and bot
Joseph:AJ_* 14.41-49 *
governors Hyrcanus and Aristobulus, who were at differen
Joseph:AJ_* 14.52-58 *
when Pompeius enjoined Aristobulus to deliver up the for
cle and father-in-law to Aristobulus, was taken captive;
the country from giving Aristobulus any assistance in his
usalem were Hyrcanus and Aristobulus, by raising a seditio
ied bound along with him Aristobulus and his children; for
Alexander, the son of Aristobulus, made an incursion
Joseph:AJ_* 14.92-97 *
[6.] &  Now Aristobulus ran away from Rome to Judae
Alexander, the son of Aristobulus, having seized on the
Joseph:AJ_* 14.120-126 *
Pitholaus, who succeeded Aristobulus in his seditious prac
Antigonus, the son of Aristobulus, came at this time
42] He added, that Aristobulus was justly carried away to
Antigonus, the son of Aristobulus, who had already rais
Alexander, the son of Aristobulus, add the granddaughte
Antigonus, the son of Aristobulus; and in order to obta
Alexander, the son of Aristobulus, with her mother, the
randson by his father to Aristobulus, and to Hyrcanus by
Alexander, the son of Aristobulus; for he had betrothed
her death his brother Aristobulus fought against him,
Antigonus, the son of Aristobulus, king;  and when
retained the younger, Aristobulus, with her as a privat
were in danger fled to Aristobulus, who persuaded his
Joseph:BJ_* 01.117-134 *
Alexandra fell sick, and Aristobulus, her younger son, too
Joseph:BJ_* 01.139-143 *
orning to Jerusalem; but Aristobulus was so affrighted at
ountry from fighting for Aristobulus, which they were othe
Now, among the captives, Aristobulus's father-in-law was
his way to Rome, having Aristobulus and his children alon
Alexander, that son of Aristobulus who ran away from Pom
Joseph:BJ_* 01.171-176 *
acy.  Yet did Aristobulus afford another foundation
Joseph:BJ_* 01.180-186 *
seditious followers of Aristobulus; and it was Antipater
Antigonus, the son of Aristobulus, came to Caesar, and
Antigonus, the son of Aristobulus, and principally on
Alexander, the son of Aristobulus, and the granddaughte
Alexander, the son of Aristobulus, to wife, who had bee
Alexander, the son of Aristobulus; on whose account dis
of Thessalonice - corn commissioner at Delos, 3rd century B.C.
in_114, a decree of Delos in honour of Aristobulus of Thessalonice.
of Alexandria - a Jewish philosopher, 2nd century B.C.
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Aristobulus, the Jewish writer and philosopher, is in his prime.
ears. [Ol. 150.3] Aristobulus, the Jewish Peripatetic phi
nia, for 10 years. Aristobulus, the Jewish Peripatetic phi
- son of Amyntas; a Jewish envoy to Pergamum, 2nd century B.C.
of Antipater,  and Aristobulus, the son of Amyntas,
- son of Alexander; appointed high priest by Herodes
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Herodes makes Aristobulus high priest.
The high priest Aristobulus, the son of Alexandra, is killed by Herod
priest to his wife's brother, Aristobulus the son of Hyrc
ds, he replaced him with Aristobulus, the brother of Herod
he gave that dignity to Aristobulus;  for when he
anus, and to her brother Aristobulus; for he had not spare
of Cassandreia; a historian, and companion of Alexander
**[19.]  But Aristobulus of Cassandreia says that
satraps and kings." And Aristobulus of Cassandreia says
menium ninety-six. Aristobulus of Cassandreia is said to
- brother of the philosopher Epicurus
letter to his brother Aristobulus, as being companions
eocles, Chaeredemus, and Aristobulus, who were excited by
ges; one on Perceptions; Aristobulus; an essay on Music;
- a contemporary of the philosopher Chrysippus, 3rd century B.C.
Argument, addressed to Aristobulus; another on the Non-a
- in documents
(c. 305-295) . The oath that Aristoboulos swore: &other gods and
(early 2nd cent.) Dion of Delphi, the son of Aristoboulos, and Ari
gister themselves before Aristobulus at the registrati
(c. 247-240) romnemon: Aetolians: Aristoboulos, Leon, Alexand
(c. 263) the son of Eucheiros Aristoboulos of Chalkedon,
(197-175) Ascheion, the son of Aristoboulos When the archon
(155/4) the son of Epidauros Aristobulos of Halai, the so
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