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Aristobulus (1 Occurrence)

Romans 16:10 Greet Apelles, the approved in Christ. Greet those who are of the household of Aristobulus. (WEB KJV WEY ASV BBE DBY WBS YLT NAS NIV)

Aristobulus (1 Occurrence)
... A Roman mentioned in Paul's Epistle to the Romans (16:10), whose "household"
is saluated. Int. Standard Bible Encyclopedia. ARISTOBULUS. ...
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Herodias (7 Occurrences)
... Easton's Bible Dictionary (Matthew 14:3-11; Mark 6:17-28; Luke 3:19), the
daughter of Aristobulus and Bernice. While residing at ...
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... Knowing his family, Hyrcanus had nominated his wife to the supreme power, while
Aristobulus, his oldest son, was to take the high-priesthood. ...
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Aretas (1 Occurrence)
... He participated with Hyrcanus in the war for the Jewish throne against his brother
Aristobulus, but the allies were completely defeated at Papyron, by ...
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Aristobu'lus (1 Occurrence)
... << Aristobulus, Aristobu'lus. Arithmetic >>. ... Romans 16:10 salute Apelles, the approved
in Christ; salute those of the 'household' of Aristobulus; (See RSV). ...
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... TRADITIONAL ORIGIN 1. Letter of Aristeas 2. Evidence of Aristobulus and Philo 3.
Later Accretions 4. Criticism of the Aristeas Story 5. Date 6. Credibility IV. ...
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Herod (45 Occurrences)
... Easton's Bible Dictionary Herod Agrippa I. Son of Aristobulus and Bernice,
and grandson of Herod the Great. He was made tetrarch ...
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Sadducees (14 Occurrences)
... In the conflict between her two sons, John Hyrcanus II and Aristobulus II, the
Sadducees took the side of Aristobulus, the younger and abler brother. ...
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Caesar's (10 Occurrences)
... 7. Aristobulus and Narcissus: Ramsay (St. Paul the Traveler, etc., 353),
speaking of Lightfoot's conjectures, already referred to ...
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... The people were torn by bitter partisan controversies and a civil war was waged,
a generation later, by two grandsons of John Hyrcanus, Hyrcanus and Aristobulus...
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711. Aristoboulos -- "best-counseling," Aristobulus, a Christian ...
... << 710, 711. Aristoboulos. 712 >>. "best-counseling," Aristobulus, a Christian at
Rome. Part of Speech: Noun, Masculine Transliteration: Aristoboulos Phonetic ...
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2266. Herodias -- Herodias, granddaughter of Herod the Great
... Herodias Phonetic Spelling: (hay-ro-dee-as') Short Definition: Herodias Definition:
Herodias (died after AD 40), daughter of Aristobulus and granddaughter of ...
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Hitchcock's Bible Names

a good counselor

Smith's Bible Dictionary

(the best counsellor), a resident at Rome, some of whose household are greeted in (Romans 16:10) Tradition makes him one of the 70 disciples and reports that he preached the gospel in Britain.

International Standard Bible Encyclopedia

ar-is-to-bu'-lus (Aristoboulos, "best counselor"):

(1) Son of the Maccabean, John Hyrcanus, who assumed the power and also the title of king after his father's death (105 B.C.) and associated with him, as co-regent, his brother Antigonus (Ant., XIII, xi), though by the will of his father the government was entrusted to his mother. Three other brothers and his mother he cast into prison, where they died of starvation. He murdered Antigonus, and died conscience-stricken himself in 104 B.C. See MACCABEES.

(2) Aristobulus, nephew of the former, dethroned his mother, Alexandra (69 B.C.), and forced his brother Hyrcanus to renounce the crown and mitre in his favor. In 64 Pompey came to Palestine and supported the cause of Hyrcanus. See HYRCANUS. Aristobulus was defeated and taken prisoner, and Hyrcanus was appointed ethnarch in 63 B.C. Aristobulus and his two daughters were taken to Rome, where he graced the triumph of Pompey. The father escaped later (56 B.C.) and appeared in Palestine again as a claimant to the throne. Many followers flocked to his standard, but he was finally defeated, severely wounded and taken prisoner a second time and with his son, Antigonus, again taken to Rome. Julius Caesar not only restored him to freedom (49 B.C.), but also gave him two legions to recover Judea, and to work in his interest against Pompey. But Quintus Metellus Scipio, who had just received Syria as a province, had Aristobulus poisoned as he was on his way to Palestine.CR

(3) Grandson of the preceding, and the last of the Maccabean family. See ASMONEANS.

(4) The Jewish teacher of Ptol. VII (2 Maccabees 1:10).

(5) An inhabitant of Rome, certain of whose household are saluted by Paul (Romans 16:10). He was probably a grandson of Herod and brother of Herod Agrippa, a man of great wealth, and intimate with the emperor Claudius. Lightfoot (Philippians, 172) suggests that "the household of Aristobulus" were his slaves, and that upon his death they had kept together and had become the property of the emperor either by purchase or as a legacy, in which event, however, they might, still retain the name of their former master. Among these were Christians to whom Paul sends greeting.

M. O. Evans

Easton's Bible Dictionary
A Roman mentioned in Paul's Epistle to the Romans (16:10), whose "household" is saluated.

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