Salome   - in ancient sources @

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  Salome   - the sister of Herodes, king of Judaea
Wikipedia entry
34/5 Herodes kills Joseph, the husband of Salome.
34/16 Costobarus marries Salome, and is made governor of Idumaea by Herodes
    Within translations:
Hieron:Chron_2014   husband of his sister Salome, and after he gave her in
Joseph:AJ_14.121   heroras; and a daughter, named Salome. [122] This Antipate
Joseph:AJ_15.80   Judaea, when both his sister Salome and his mother informed him
Joseph:AJ_15.81   of Alexandra's intentions. [81] Salome also added somewhat further
Joseph:AJ_15.184   Cypros, and his sister [ Salome ], and the whole family
Joseph:AJ_15.223   manner, the king's sister Salome, observing that he was
Joseph:AJ_15.231   to the kingdom: [231] but Salome and her party laboured hard
Joseph:AJ_15.254   and gave him his sister Salome to wife; and this was
Joseph:AJ_15.259   some time afterwards, when Salome happened to quarrel with
Joseph:BJ_1.181   had a daughter whose name was Salome. Now as he made hims
Joseph:BJ_1.441   to Joseph, his sister Salome's husband, as to one who

Joseph:BJ_1.443   to Joseph, his sister Salome's husband, as to one who
Joseph:BJ_1.443   which time his sister Salome took the opportunity also
Joseph:BJ_1.534   his sons was given by Salome. For Aristobulus, wishing to involve
Joseph:BJ_1.538   relatives and friends, including Salome and Pheroras, and after
Joseph:BJ_1.545   be true that Pheroras and Salome, whom you have so often
Joseph:BJ_1.553   his marriage with Bernice, Salome's daughter, Aristobulus had three,
Joseph:BJ_1.566-571 *   occasion may be gauged from Salome's ill success in a similar
Joseph:BJ_1.641-646 *   had also plotted against Salome. For a domestic of
Joseph:BJ_1.644   those concocted to injure Salome, a suspicion crossed the
Joseph:BJ_1.646   money, honouring his sister Salome with the most magnificent
Joseph:BJ_1.660   He then summoned his sister Salome and her husband Alexas and
Joseph:BJ_1.666   had learnt of his decease, Salome left the palace with her

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