Silo   - in ancient sources @

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  Silo   (Shiloh) - an ancient city of Israel
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39/9 ius recovers Syria, and puts Silo in charge of the Roman army in Juda
39/12 Herodes re-enters Judaea, and joins Silo outside Jerusalem.
    Within translations:
Eupolemus_2 pitched the holy tabernacle in Silo. And afterwards Samuel
Joseph:AJ_* 14.393-397 * be found out, he left Silo there, with a certain part
Joseph:AJ_14.400 diery also that was with Silo accompanied him all along,
Joseph:AJ_14.403 the Romans, and before Silo also, said that they would
Joseph:AJ_14.406 now it was that Silo discovered that he had taken bribe
Joseph:AJ_14.408 the least pretence to Silo for his departure; for he
Joseph:AJ_14.412 did Antigonus gain of Silo for the bribes he gave him,
Joseph:AJ_* 14.418-421 * ers; [418] at which time Silo came to him, and his command
Joseph:BJ_* 01.289-294 * yet still did he leave Silo with some part of them, lest
Joseph:BJ_* 01.297-299 * here it was that Silo discovered he had taken bribes;
Joseph:BJ_01.302 by bribes obtained of Silo to let a part of his army
Joseph:BJ_01.309 ile Ventidius called for Silo and Herodes to come to the

  Silo 2   (C. Albucius Silo) - a teacher of rhetoric, late 1st century B.C.
Hieron:Chron_2011 in Ar.] Albucius Silo of Novaria, a famous teacher of

Silosee Poppaedius

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