Alexandreium   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Alexandreium   - a fortress in Judaea
Joseph:AJ_13.417 all but Hyrcania, and Alexandreium, and Machaerus, wher
Joseph:AJ_14.49 top of a mountain called Alexandreium, whither Aristobulus
Joseph:AJ_14.83 horsemen, and fortified Alexandreium, a fortress near to
Joseph:AJ_14.86 time Gabinius came to Alexandreium, and invited those
Joseph:AJ_14.89 country, he returned to Alexandreium; and when he urged
Joseph:AJ_14.92 about the rebuilding of Alexandreium, which had been newl
Joseph:AJ_14.419 her, and ordered him to repair Alexandreium also. Accordin
Joseph:BJ_01.134 Aristobulus was fled to Alexandreium, which is a strong
Joseph:BJ_* 01.161-164 * lls about proper places; Alexandreium, and Hyrcanium, and
Joseph:BJ_01.167 these cities, he returned to Alexandreium, and pressed
Joseph:BJ_01.171 and when he had taken Alexandreium in the first place,
Joseph:BJ_01.308 to build a wall about Alexandreium; who took care of


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