Maccabees   - in ancient sources @

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  Maccabees   - a Jewish family, who led the revolt against the Seleucid kings
Wikipedia entry
  + Maccabaean , Maccabean
166/5 the pagan sacrifices at Modin: beginning of the Maccabaean revolt.
    Within translations:
Malal_206 the Jews along with the Maccabees back to Antioch, where
MegTaan_2 nks that it dates to the Maccabean period, when the Jewish
Porph:Fr_57 ounts the history of the Maccabees, in which he says that
Porph:Fr_49a God and the wars of the Maccabees are said to have taken

  Maccabees 2   - two books, which contain the history of the Maccabees
Wikipedia entry
124/6 in Egypt, preserved at the start of the second book of Maccabees.
    Within translations:
ChronPasc_432 [events of] the first book of Maccabees took place. [Ol.
ChronPasc_440 related in the history of the Maccabees. [Ol. 154.4] When
ChronPasc_441 The second book of Maccabees contains the events which too
Euseb]:Chron_127 [are related] in the books of Maccabees. These books tell
Euseb]:Chron_129 unt of the book of Maccabees ends in the reign of Simon;
ExcBarb_35B described in the book of Maccabees took place at Jerusalem
ExcBarb_46A as is related in the book of Maccabees. Antiochus Eupato
Hieron:Chron_king bed in the third book of Maccabees took place under this
Hieron:Chron_1704 Ar.] The Hebrew books of Maccabees date the rule of the
Hieron:Chron_1829 Ar.] The second book of Maccabees describes events which
Hieron:Chron_1833 ["as is related in the book of Maccabees" - Ar.]. 149.4
Hieron:Chron_1884 "second" - Ar.] book of Maccabees contains [or "ends with
Porph:Fr_58b to Josephus and the book of Maccabees. [58c] [12'12]
Porph:Fr_58c lausible, if the book of Maccabees said that the temple

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