From Joshua to Caiaphas: High Priests after the Exile

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Index of Ancient People
Aaron, 26, 27n87, 33–34, 45–46, 52, 84, 149–50, 154, 228, 266, 296, 302, 337, 369n346, 427n90
Abiathar, 265
Abraham, 125–26, 130, 134–36
Abtalion, 145
Acrotatus, 133
Agrippa I, 434n104, 435, 437, 439–43, 447, 448, 452, 470n199, 478
Agrippa II, 443n126, 452, 456, 460, 463, 465, 466, 470–77, 482–85
Albinus, 458, 459, 476, 482, 483
Akimus, 48, 145, 152, 216, 226–45, 251–52, 256n51, 258, 279
Alexander Son of Aristobulus II, 347, 348–50, 362, 365, 386
Alexander the Great, 9, 43, 49, 61, 64–81, 83–84, 86, 88, 93, 96n114, 97–98, 113, 115, 117–18, 123, 128, 134, 139–40, 145–46, 148–49, 151–52, 160, 427
Alexander Balas, 244, 247, 252–56, 258–62, 266, 270
Alexander Jannaeus, 145, 267n81, 299–304, 312n199, 314–15, 318–37, 341n261, 360n322, 375, 394, 399, 401, 403n20, 417, 485
Alexander Zebinas, 292n140, 294–95
Alexandra, 371–72, 374–75, 378, 394, 398–404
Alexandra (see Salome Alexandra)
Ananel, 394–400, 402, 405–406, 408, 451, 489n232
Anani, 56
Ananias, 438n115, 472, 473, 475
Ananias Son of Nedebaeus, 417, 439n116, 453n157, 455–63, 465, 471, 482–83
Ananus, 418, 428, 438, 447, 455nI62, 459n173
Ananus Son of Ananus, 422, 430n94, 476–82, 484
Ananus Son of Seth (see Ananus}, 420–24
Andromachus, 78
Andronicus, 196, 204–206, 208, 211
Annas (see Ananus)
Antigonus (Mattityah), 296, 307, 312, 315–17, 348, 349n288, 353–54, 356n306, 365, 367–69, 374, 378n363, 385–94, 398, 404n22, 408n34
Antigonus Gonatas, 132–34, 163
Antiochus (prince), 206
Antiochus 1, 164
Antiochus III (the Great), 49, 113, 128–29, 139, 142, 144–46, 149–51, 153, 169, 173–76, 183, 185–89, 200, 202
Antiochus IV (Epiphanes), 113, 146, 148, 173–74, 182, 188–89, 192, 197–216, 218–24, 226–27, 230, 232, 252, 273, 288, 290n134, 302, 326, 340, 470n199
Antiochus V (Eupator), 152, 223–27, 229, 232–33, 236–37, 243, 253, 263n69, 288n130
Antiochus VI, 262–63, 271–72
Antiochus VII (Sidetes), 283, 285–86, 288–93, 333
Antiochus VIII (Grypus), 292n140, 295–96, 323–24, 326
Antiochus IX (Cyzicenus), 294–96
Antipater, 340–43, 347–54, 356–59, 361–65, 368n343, 373, 385–86, 397n9, 408–409, 414
Antony (see Mark Antony)
Apollonius (of Tarsus?), 193–195
Apollonius (Mysian?), 212
Archelaus, 414–16, 418–20
Archidamus, 131, 135

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From Joshua to Caiaphas: High Priests after the Exile
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface vii
  • Abbreviations xiii
  • 1 - Beginnings 1
  • 2 - The High Priests of the Persian Period 43
  • 3 - The High Priests in the Early Hellenistic Period 112
  • 4 - The Hasmonean High Priests (152-37 Bce) 240
  • 5 - The High Priests in the Herodian Age (37 Bce to 70 Ce) 394
  • The High Priests of the Second Temple 491
  • Bibliography 494
  • Index of Ancient People 523
  • Index of Ancient Sources 528
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