Ananelus   - in ancient sources @

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  Ananelus   - high priest of the Jews, 37-30 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
ChronPasc_468   summoned a certain Ananelus from Babylon, and appointed
Hieron:Chron_1983   rodes summoned a certain Ananelus from Babylon and set him
Joseph:AJ_15.22   Babylon, whose name was Ananelus, and bestowed the high
Joseph:AJ_15.34   that he formerly set up Ananelus, because Aristobulus was then so
Joseph:AJ_15.39   the high priesthood away from Ananelus, who, as we said before,
Joseph:AJ_15.56   year only; which high priesthood Ananelus now recovered again.

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