Silo - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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(Shiloh) - an ancient city of Israel
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ius recovers Syria, and puts Silo in charge of the Roman army in Juda
Herodes re-enters Judaea, and joins Silo outside Jerusalem.
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
diery also that was with Silo accompanied him all along,
the Romans, and before Silo also, said that they would
now it was that Silo discovered that he had taken bribe
the least pretence to Silo for his departure; for he
did Antigonus gain of Silo for the bribes he gave him,
Joseph:AJ_* 14.418-421 *
ers;  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;
by bribes obtained of Silo to let a part of his army
ile Ventidius called for Silo and Herodes to come to the
(C. Albucius Silo) - a teacher of rhetoric, late 1st century B.C.
in Ar.] Albucius Silo of Novaria, a famous teacher of
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