Mattathias   - in ancient sources @

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  Mattathias   - Jewish patriot, the father of the Judas Maccabaeus
Wikipedia entry
  + Matthias
166/5 Mattathias disrupts the pagan sacrifices at Modin: beginning of the
166/11 Mattathias escapes with others into the wilderness, and instructs his
166/15 Mattathias and his supporters carry out attacks on hellenizing Jews.
165/4 The death of Mattathias; his dying address to his sons.
    Within translations:
ChronPasc_440 Maccabaeus, the son of Mattathias, became the first lead
ChronSynt_91 2nd year of the high priest Mattathias, after lasting
ChronSynt_95 other Onias for 19 years Mattathias for 3 years Judas Macc
Euseb]:Chron_123 oms. At that time, Mattathias the son of Asamonaeus, who
Euseb]:Chron_127 eign of Antiochus, Mattathias the son of Asamonaeus [p129]
Hieron:Chron_1848 emselves. But then Mattathias the son of Asamonaeus, who
Hieron:Chron_1853 Maccabaeus, the son of Mattathias and leader of the Jews
Joseph:AJ_* 12.265-270 * was one whose name was Mattathias, who dwelt at Modin,
Joseph:AJ_12.275 ped joined themselves to Mattathias, and appointed him to
Joseph:AJ_12.278 ath days. [278] So Mattathias got a great army about him,
Joseph:AJ_12.285 their power." [285] When Mattathias had thus discoursed
Joseph:AJ_12.305 as guides, the son of Mattathias perceived it, and reso
Joseph:AJ_12.433 commands of their father Mattathias; and had undergone all
Joseph:AJ_13.161 with him, and with them Mattathias, the son of Absalom,
Joseph:BJ_01.36 [36] Accordingly Matthias, the son of Asamonaeus, one
Porph:Fr_52 little help" refers to Mattathias, from the village of
Porph:Fr_54 which was the home of Mattathias and his sons, the gene
Porph:Fr_57 nto the wilderness, with Mattathias and Judas Maccabaeus

  Mattathias 2   - one of the Jews who translated the bible into Greek, 3rd century B.C.
Aristeas_47 Judas, Simon, Samuel, Adaeus, Mattathias, Eschlemias. Of

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