Jericho - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a city in Judaea
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Pompeius stays near Jericho, and puts Aristobulus under arrest.
onus defeats and kills Joseph, the brother of Herodes, near Jericho.
Herodes defeats the army of Antigonus at Jericho.
lls had been demolished; Jericho, and Emmaus, and Bethhoro
the fortresses that was above Jericho, which was called
battle with Hyrcanus at Jericho, many of his soldiers des
had pitched his camp at Jericho, (where the palm tree gro
Amathus, the fourth at Jericho, and the fifth at Sepphor
Joseph:AJ_* 14.408-411 *
all other provisions, to Jericho, that those might be no
these he went hastily to Jericho, in :order to reap the
king march hastily to Jericho, intending to avenge hims
in to him many out of Jericho and Judaea, near to which
as he was swimming at Jericho, as we have already relat
the fortresses that were about Jericho, which was called
about the kingdom, near Jericho, the greatest part desert
which he was informed about Jericho. Now here is the
to Amathus, a fourth to Jericho, and to the fifth divisio
Joseph:BJ_* 01.299-302 *
wine, and oil, and cattle to Jericho.  When Antigon
ved, and marched towards Jericho with five cohorts, which
this he marched through Jericho, as making what haste he
every day, both out of Jericho and the other parts of
ntation of palm trees at Jericho, where also grows the bal
erected other places at Jericho also, between the citadel
citadel that lay above Jericho, and was a very strong
lley that leads northward from Jericho, and named it Phasa
ild was sent by night to Jericho, and was there submerged
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