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  Tryphon   (Diodotus Tryphon) - king of Syria, 142-138 B.C.
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  + Diodotus , Trypho
145/27 Diodotus, called Tryphon, sets up Antiochus VI as a rival king
144/3 Tryphon honours Jonathan.
144/10 Tryphon captures Antioch.
143/13 Tryphon lures Jonathan to Ptolemais and captures him.
143/17 Tryphon invades Judaea, and attempts to extort a ransom from Simon.
142/2 Tryphon kills Jonathan the high priest.
141/4 The soldiers of Tryphon are drowned by a tidal wave.
141/9 Tryphon puts Antiochus VI to death.
138/3 Tryphon sends a statue of victory to Rome.
138/9 Antiochus drives out Tryphon, who takes refuge in Dora.
138/25 Tryphon sacks Berytus.
138/26 General comments on Tryphon's revolt, and its effect Syrian kingdom
138/27 Tryphon escapes from Dora, but is killed at Apameia.
    Within translations:
Athen_08.333 fish [ Fr_29 ]:- "When Tryphon of Apameia, who seized
Diod_33.3 nment of Antioch to Hierax and Diodotus. [4] &   Now tha
Diod_33.28 Syria, Diodotus called Tryphon killed Antiochus son of
Diod_33.4a certain Diodotus, called Tryphon, who had a high reputatio
Diod_33.28a Arsaces. [28a] & Tryphon, who had risen from being a pri
Hieron:Chron_1876 876] [1878 in Ar.] Tryphon ["treacherously" - Ar.] killed
Hieron:Chron_1877 ears. [not in Ar.] Tryphon killed Antiochus, the son of Ale
Hieron:Chron_1879 Jews, for 8 years. Tryphon tried to seize control of Syria
Joseph:AJ_13.131 tus, and was also called Tryphon, took notice the ill-will
Joseph:AJ_13.143 he had done, if Tryphon had not hindered him, and diver
Joseph:AJ_13.147 mbassadors to him and to Tryphon, and professed himself
Joseph:AJ_13.186 would make war against Tryphon, and eject him out of Syr
Joseph:AJ_13.187 & [187] Now when Tryphon knew what had befallen Demetriu
Joseph:AJ_* 13.191-193 * ement, but believed that Tryphon gave him this advice out
Joseph:AJ_13.196 titute of a governor and Tryphon himself got an army toget
Joseph:AJ_13.197 ore resolute in opposing Tryphon when he should come again
Joseph:AJ_* 13.202-209 * deliver up the city to Tryphon; but he himself staid to
Joseph:AJ_* 13.218-224 * carried into captivity, Tryphon his governor destroyed
Joseph:AJ_20.239 eacherous contrivance of Tryphon, as we have related some
Joseph:BJ_* 01.49-51 * ity; [49] for the tyrant Tryphon, who was guardian to Anti
Just_36.1 of these proceedings, Trypho, in Syria, who had exerted
Just_38.9 him the throne of Syria, which Trypho had usurped in his
Just_39.1 under the leadership of Trypho, and from detestation of
Porph:Fr_48 Jews prefer this to mean Tryphon, a contemptible man and
Poseidon_29 then_8.333'b-d & Part of Tryphon's army is drowned, while

  Tryphon 2   (Salvius Tryphon) - leader of slave revolt in Sicily, 104-102 B.C.
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  + Salvius
104/4 The slaves defeat a Roman army, and appoint Salvius as their leader.
104/12 ising, and joins up with Salvius, who assumes the title of Tryphon
103/4 The praetor Lucullus defeats Tryphon, but makes no further progress
102/11 The death of Tryphon; Athenion takes over as leader of the slaves,
    Within translations:
Diod_36.4 they chose a king called Salvius, who was reputed to be
Diod_36.7 persons. [7] & Salvius likewise, who had besieged Morg
Diod_36.9 In the meantime Tryphon died, and Athenion succeeded

  Tryphon 3   - a Greek grammarian, 1st century B.C.
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Athen_04.174 wife Thais. But Tryphon, in the third book of his treat
Athen_06.255 by Dionysius the son of Tryphon, in the tenth book of his
Tzetz:ProlCom_ poets. Didymus, Tryphon, Apollonius, Herodianus, and

  Tryphon 4   - a jester at the court of Ptolemy Epiphanes
Joseph:AJ_12.212 full with them, [212] Tryphon, who was the king's jeste
Joseph:AJ_12.213 king laughing at what Tryphon said, and asking of Hyrca

  Tryphon 5   of Philadelphia - victor in the stadion race at the Olympic games, 67 A.D.
Euseb]:Chron_215 eld two years later, and Tryphon of Philadelphia won the

  Tryphon   - in documents
89/26a GIS_188 & 189, an obeisance to Isis performed by Tryphon at Philae.
    Within translations:
CIL_1.2693 Antiochus, freedman of Marcus Tryphon, slave of Ma
OGIS_188 (? 89)   nd their children; I Tryphon, his fellow-ephebe and
OGIS_189 (? 89)   I Tryphon, the colleague of Kastor,
Syll_322 Minnion Nikophon son of Tryphon - Olympic victor and

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