Malchus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- tutor of Antiochus VI, king of Syria
Demetrius, and went to Malchus the Arabian, who brought
his father.  Malchus at the first opposed him in thi
- king of the Arabs, 1st century B.C.
rtakings; for he went to Malchus, king of Arabia, whom he
ere came messengers from Malchus to meet him, by whom he
ther.  Though Malchus soon repented of what he had
for he had heard that Malchus repented of the offences
write about these matters to Malchus, who was then ruler of
had received any letters from Malchus? and when he answered that
 for their king, Malchus, sent to him immediately,
ecause he had heard that Malchus repented of his offences
ured to have Herodes and Malchus, the kings of both those
was slain, as well as Malchus the Arabian; for his fea
- a Carthaginian general, 6th century B.C.
sentenced their general Malchus, under whose conduct they
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