A History of New Testament Times in Palestine, 175 B.C.-70 A.D

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INDEX
Abomination of desolation, 18
Agrippa I, 148, 151; sketch of early life, 183; appointed king, 184; services to the Jews, 185; attitude toward Judaism, 186; ambitions, 186, 187; Hellenism of, 187; death of, 187
Agrippa II, 187, 188, 191, 196, 197
Albinus, procurator, 195
Alcimus, high priest, 32, 33, 34, 37, 38
Alexander, procurator, 190
Alexander, son of Aristobulus II, 100
Alexander, son of Herod I, 127
Alexander Balas, 39, 40, 41, 42
Alexander Jannæus, succeeds Aristobulus I, 76; wars of conquest, 78, 82; civil wars, 79 f.; victory of, 81; death of, 83; results of his reign, 83
Alexander of Macedonia, 1, 2; policy of, 2
Alexander Zabinas, 62
Alexandra, succeeds Alexander Jannæus, 86; Pharisees under, 87; prosperity under, 88; death of, 90; mother of Mariamme, 117, 121
Alexandria, Jews in, 9, 157; temple at, 40; hopes as to John Hyrcanus, 71; disorders in, 185, 198
Ananias, high priest, 197
Ananus, high priest, 195
Antigonus, son of John Hyrcanus, 76; son of Aristobulus II, 103, 106, 113
Antiochus III, 6
Antiochus IV, Epiphanes, accession of, 8; taxes under, 14; in Egypt, 15, 17; policy of, 16; persecution under, 15, 17; goes to Persia, 25; death of, 30
Antiochus V, 30
Antiochus VI, 44
Antiochus VII, 56, 59
Antiochus VIII, Grypos, 62
Antipas, see Herod Antipas
Antipater, ambassador to Rome, 44
Antipater of Idumea, and Hyrcanus II, 91 f.; rise of, 100; relations with Pompey, 101; with Julius Cæsar, 101 f.; with Cassius, 105; assassinated, 106
Antipater, son of Herod I, 127, 128
Antony, 107, 119
Apollonius, 24; governor, 42
Arabia, subject to Herod I, 119; war with Herod Antipas, 154
Archelaus of Cappadocia, 127
Archelaus, son of Herod I, 129; reign of, 130 f.; character of, 133; deposed, 134
Aristobulus I, 75, 76
Aristobulus II, 91, 92; revolts, 94; made prisoner and deposed by Pompey, 95
Aristobulus, brother-in-law of Herod I, 117, 118
Aristobulus, brother of Agrippa I, 184
Aristobulus, son of Herod I, 127
Augustus, 120, 124, 128, 131, 132

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