Modin - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a village north-west of Jerusalem; the home of the Maccabees
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upts the pagan sacrifices at Modin: beginning of the Maccabaean revol
night attack by Judas on the Syrian camp near Modin.
from Jerusalem and settled in Modein. He had five sons,
the tomb of their fathers at Modein, 20 and wept for him
his brother, and buried him in Modein, the city of his fat
and camped for the night in Modein. Early in the morni
alth, he pitched his camp near Modein. 15 He gave his men
ficers at the village of Modin, and defended his country's
Mattathias, who dwelt at Modin, the son of John, the son
the king were come to Modin, that they might compel the
rward, and was buried at Modin; all the people making grea
ied it to the village of Modin, where their father had bee
them in their own city Modin; and all the people made
ived in a village called Modin, armed himself, together
ias, from the village of Modin, who rebelled against the
that in the village of Modin, which was the home of Matt
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