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(Diodotus Tryphon) - king of Syria, 142-138 B.C.
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+ Diodotus , Trypho
Diodotus, called Tryphon, sets up Antiochus VI as a rival king
Tryphon honours Jonathan.
Tryphon captures Antioch.
Tryphon lures Jonathan to Ptolemais and captures him.
Tryphon invades Judaea, and attempts to extort a ransom from Simon.
Tryphon kills Jonathan the high priest.
The soldiers of Tryphon are drowned by a tidal wave.
Tryphon puts Antiochus VI to death.
Tryphon sends a statue of victory to Rome.
Antiochus drives out Tryphon, who takes refuge in Dora.
Tryphon sacks Berytus.
General comments on Tryphon's revolt, and its effect Syrian kingdom
Tryphon escapes from Dora, but is killed at Apameia.
fish [ Fr_29 ]:- "When Tryphon of Apameia, who seized
nment of Antioch to Hierax and Diodotus.  & Now tha
Syria, Diodotus called Tryphon killed Antiochus son of
certain Diodotus, called Tryphon, who had a high reputatio
Arsaces. [28a] & Tryphon, who had risen from being a pri
876] [1878 in Ar.] Tryphon ["treacherously" - Ar.] killed
ears. [not in Ar.] Tryphon killed Antiochus, the son of Ale
Jews, for 8 years. Tryphon tried to seize control of Syria
tus, and was also called Tryphon, took notice the ill-will
he had done, if Tryphon had not hindered him, and diver
mbassadors to him and to Tryphon, and professed himself
would make war against Tryphon, and eject him out of Syr
&  Now when Tryphon knew what had befallen Demetriu
Joseph:AJ_* 13.191-193 *
ement, but believed that Tryphon gave him this advice out
titute of a governor and Tryphon himself got an army toget
ore resolute in opposing Tryphon when he should come again
Joseph:AJ_* 13.202-209 *
deliver up the city to Tryphon; but he himself staid to
Joseph:AJ_* 13.218-224 *
carried into captivity, Tryphon his governor destroyed
eacherous contrivance of Tryphon, as we have related some
Joseph:BJ_* 01.49-51 *
ity;  for the tyrant Tryphon, who was guardian to Anti
of these proceedings, Trypho, in Syria, who had exerted
him the throne of Syria, which Trypho had usurped in his
under the leadership of Trypho, and from detestation of
Jews prefer this to mean Tryphon, a contemptible man and
then_8.333'b-d & Part of Tryphon's army is drowned, while
(Salvius Tryphon) - leader of slave revolt in Sicily, 104-102 B.C.
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The slaves defeat a Roman army, and appoint Salvius as their leader.
ising, and joins up with Salvius, who assumes the title of Tryphon
The praetor Lucullus defeats Tryphon, but makes no further progress
The death of Tryphon; Athenion takes over as leader of the slaves,
they chose a king called Salvius, who was reputed to be
persons.  & Salvius likewise, who had besieged Morg
In the meantime Tryphon died, and Athenion succeeded
- a Greek grammarian, 1st century B.C.
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wife Thais. But Tryphon, in the third book of his treat
by Dionysius the son of Tryphon, in the tenth book of his
poets. Didymus, Tryphon, Apollonius, Herodianus, and
- a jester at the court of Ptolemy Epiphanes
full with them,  Tryphon, who was the king's jeste
king laughing at what Tryphon said, and asking of Hyrca
of Philadelphia - victor in the stadion race at the Olympic games, 67 A.D.
eld two years later, and Tryphon of Philadelphia won the
- in documents
GIS_188 & 189, an obeisance to Isis performed by Tryphon at Philae.
Antiochus, freedman of Marcus Tryphon, slave of Ma
(? 89) nd their children; I Tryphon, his fellow-ephebe and
(? 89) I Tryphon, the colleague of Kastor,
Minnion Nikophon son of Tryphon - Olympic victor and
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