Pheroras   - in ancient sources @

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  Pheroras   - son of Antipater, and brother of Herodes
Wikipedia entry
Joseph:AJ_14.121   rds made king, and Joseph, and Pheroras; and a daughter,
Joseph:AJ_14.419   care of that matter to Pheroras, his youngest brother,
Joseph:AJ_14.450   Joseph's head, although Pheroras his brother would have
Joseph:AJ_14.464   slain, and sent it to Pheroras, as a punishment of what
Joseph:AJ_15.184   of everything to his brother Pheroras, and placed his mother Cypros,
Joseph:AJ_15.362   a tetrarchy for his brother Pheroras, while he himself bestowed upon
Joseph:BJ_1.181   esides these, Joseph and Pheroras; and he had a daughter
Joseph:BJ_1.308   to his youngest brother Pheroras, to take care of a good
Joseph:BJ_1.325   ad, although his brother Pheroras would have given fifty
Joseph:BJ_1.342   sent it to his brother Pheroras, by way of punishment
Joseph:BJ_1.538   and friends, including Salome and Pheroras, and after these all the
Joseph:BJ_1.545   if it be true that Pheroras and Salome, whom you have
Joseph:BJ_1.554-601 *   to ingratiate himself with Pheroras by presents and other
Joseph:BJ_1.609   announcing the death of Pheroras and had displayed the
Joseph:BJ_1.638   indignation on the subject of Pheroras, at the idea of Antipater

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