Josephus and the Jews: The Religion and History of the Jews as Explained by Flavius Josephus

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INDEX
AARON, 47, App. A
Abraham, 234
Acra, the, 103et Passim
Actium, battle of, 132
Acts of the Apostles, xii, 169
Addai, 82
Adiabene, 81.
Adriatic, 6
Agrippa I, Herod, 148et Passim death of, 271
Agrippa II, Herod, 5
speech of, 183
Akiba, 86
Albinus, 169
Alcimus, 107
Alexander Balas, 111, App. C
Alexander the Great, 51
Alexander Jannaeus, 118
Alexander, son of Aristobulus, 126
Alexander, son of Herod, 135
Alexandra, wife of Jannaeus, 118
Alexandra, mother of Mariamne, 134
Alexandria, riots at, 151, 186
Alituris, 7
Ananias, Jewish missionary, 81
Ananus, 267
Anilaeus, 175et Passim
Annas, 267, App. A
Anthronges, 157
Antigonus, son of Aristobulus, 126
Antioch, 221
Antiochus III (the Great), 99
Antiochus IV (Epiphanes), 19, 99, App. C
Antiochus V ( Eupator), 105
Antiochus VII ( Sidetes), 113, App. C
Antiochus, traitor Jew, 221
Antipas, Herod, 144
Antipater, father of Herod, 127
Antipater, son of Herod, 135
Antipater, son of Salome, 142
Antiquities, the, 19, 232et Passim
Antonia fortress, 206
Apollonius Molon, 28
Apollonius, Syrian general, 102
Aqueduct, Pilate's, 163
Archaeology, meaning of, 19, 248
Archelaus, 141
Aretas, 147
Aristeas, letter of, 54
Aristobulus I, King, 117
Aristobulus II, 122
Aristobulus, High Priest, 134
Aristotle, 24
Artabanus III, King of Parthia, 176
Artaxerxes, 50
Asinaeus, 175et Passim
Askelon, 97
Asmonaeans 121et Passim
Asphar, 111
Assidaeans, 101
Atonement, Day of, App. A
Augustus, 141
Avaris, 23
BABYLON, 178
Babylonia, records of, 23
Bacchides, 107
Bagoses, 50
Ballistae, 208
Bannus, 6
Baptist, John the, 268
Barcochba, 86
Barzapharnes, 130
Bathzacharias, battle at, 105
Beginnings of Christianity, 126, 201
Berenice, 183
Berodach-Baladan, 242
Berosus, 23
Berytus, 153
Bethhoron, battles at, 102, 187
Bethzur, 103
Bosora, 104
Brigandage, 181
Britain, 184
British India, administrator, 163
Bfichler, 98
Burkitt, Professor, App. B
Bury, J. B., Professor (the late),

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