Simon   - in ancient sources @

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  Simon   I - high priest of the Jews, early 3rd century B.C.
299/5 Simon "the Just" becomes high priest of the Jews.
    Within translations:
ChronPasc_424 itum. [Ol. 119.4] Simon became the 9th high priest, for
ChronPasc_464 Onias, the son of Simon and brother of Eleazar, for 14
ChronPasc_509 high priest for 15 years. 9. Simon was high priest for
ChronSynt_95 years Onias for 21 years Simon for 11 years Eleazar for
ExcBarb_35B high priest at Jerusalem was Simon, and after him anothe
ExcBarb_47A xandria. Then Onias the son of Simon and brother of Eleaza
Hieron:Chron_1717 ars. [1716 in Ar.] Simon the son of Onias, the high priest
Hieron:Chron_1729 zar the brother of Simon took over the supervision of the
Hieron:Chron_1771 Onias, the son of Simon the Just and high priest of the
Joseph:AJ_12.43 high priest was dead, his son Simon became his successor.
Joseph:AJ_12.44 who was called Onias, Simon's brother Eleazar, of whom
Joseph:AJ_12.157 He was the son of Simon, who was called The Just: [158]
Joseph:AJ_12.158 The Just: [158] which Simon was the brother of Eleazar,

  Simon 2   II - high priest of the Jews
  + Simeon
213/8 Simon II becomes high priest of the Jews.
    Within translations:
3Macc_2 the high priest Simon, facing the sanctuary, bending
ChronPasc_429 tius were consuls. Simon became the 12th high priest at
ChronPasc_432 in which he makes mention of Simon. In the year of these
ChronPasc_464 Manasses, for 26 years. 12. Simon was high priest for
ChronPasc_509 high priest for 26 years. 12. Simon was high priest for
ChronSynt_95 Manasses for 26 years Simon for 23 years Onias for 25
ExcBarb_35B high priest at Jerusalem was Simon. At that time, the
ExcBarb_47A Hebrews. Then Onias the son of Simon. At that time Antioch
Hieron:Chron_1785 785] [1786 in Ar.] Simon the son of Onias, the high priest
Hieron:Chron_1809 Onias the son of Simon, the high priest of the Jews, was
Joseph:AJ_12.224 the high priesthood to his son Simeon. [225] And when he
Joseph:AJ_12.229 ders in this war; as did Simon the high priest, by reason
Joseph:AJ_12.238 name also was Onias; for Simon had these three sons, to

  Simon 3   Maccabaeus - leader of the Jews, 142-135 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
  + Simeon
163/18 Simon invades Galilee.
144/4 Simon captures Bethsur.
143/16 Simon becomes the leader of the Jews.
143/17 Tryphon invades Judaea, and attempts to extort a ransom from Simon.
142/4 Simon wins fresh concessions from Demetrius, and the Jews are in effe
142/10 Simon renews the alliance with Sparta and Rome.
141/2 Simon captures Gazara and the citadel of Jerusalem.
140/10 The Jews set up an inscription in honour of Simon.
138/24 Antiochus sends Athenobius to demand concessions from Simon.
134/1 The reign of Simon brings peace and prosperity to Judaea.
134/2 Murder of Simon and accession of John Hyrcanus.
    Within translations:
1Macc_2 John surnamed Gaddi, Simon called Thassi, Judas call
1Macc_5 17 Then Judas said to Simon his brother, "Choose your
1Macc_* 9-16 * Then Jonathan and Simon took Judas their brother and buri
2Macc_8 inted his brothers also, Simon and Joseph and Jonathan,
2Macc_10 ege, 19 Maccabaeus left Simon and Joseph, and also Zaccha
2Macc_14 Dessaū. 17 Simon, the brother of Judas, had encoun
ChronPasc_448 448'A] [Ol. 167.3] Simon, the brother of Jonathan Maccabae
ChronPasc_464 for 17 years. 18. Simon, the brother of Jonathan, for 18
ChronPasc_509 for 17 years. 18. Simon the brother of Jonathan was high
ChronSynt_95 ars Jonathan for 9 years Simon for 22 years Hyrcanus for
Euseb]:Chron_129 r]; and after him, his brother Simon [was leader]. The acc
ExcBarb_36A high priests in Jerusalem were Simon for 8 years and John
ExcBarb_47A brother of Judas Then Simon the brother of Jonathan The
Hieron:Chron_1876 was succeeded by his brother Simon. 160th OLYMPIAD [=140
Hieron:Chron_1879 160.3 * . [1879] Simon [became] leader of the Jews, for
Hieron:Chron_1881 ssies which were sent by Simon, the high priest and leader
Hieron:Chron_1883 883] [1886 in Ar.] Simon the high priest of the Jews was
Hieron:Chron_1885 forcing the high priest Simon to come to terms, he return
Joseph:AJ_12.266 was called Gaddis, and Simon, who was called Matthes,
Joseph:AJ_12.283 you then esteem Simon as your father, because he is a
Joseph:AJ_12.332 equired, gave order that Simon his brother should take thr
Joseph:AJ_12.334 [334] Accordingly, Simon went into Galilee, and fought the
Joseph:AJ_12.350 at the same time when Simon was in Galilee, fighting
Joseph:AJ_12.419 riest of the nation, and Simon his brother was general of
Joseph:AJ_12.432 fled. [432] But Simon and Jonathan, Judas's brethren,
Joseph:AJ_13.8 than, nor to his brother Simon; but when these two were
Joseph:AJ_13.18 than, and to his brother Simon, and told them that the son
Joseph:AJ_13.19 es: [19] so Jonathan and Simon thinking this appeared to
Joseph:AJ_13.22 red. [22] However, Simon and Jonathan returned to the lake
Joseph:AJ_13.28 hile he left his brother Simon in the city to fight with
Joseph:AJ_13.29 [29] His brother Simon knew also of this his falling upo
Joseph:AJ_13.91 haste, with his brother Simon, and came to Joppa, and pit
Joseph:AJ_13.95 forces to his brother Simon, and ordered him to attack
Joseph:AJ_13.97 ning till late at night, Simon perceived their weariness,
Joseph:AJ_13.146 appointed his brother Simon to be the general over the
Joseph:AJ_13.154 meet them, having left Simon in Judaea, [155] who raised
Joseph:AJ_13.156 ated. [156] But as Simon was raising banks, and bringing
Joseph:AJ_* 13.180-183 * same time it was that Simon his brother went over all
Joseph:AJ_13.197 ts. [197] But when Simon saw that the people of Jerusalem
Joseph:AJ_* 13.201-207 * [201] By this speech of Simon he inspired the multitude
Joseph:AJ_* 13.210-217 * ch. [210] However, Simon sent some to the city Basca to
Joseph:AJ_* 13.223-226 * ent ambassadors to Simon the Jewish high priest, about a
Joseph:AJ_13.236 asy at the miseries that Simon had brought upon him, he
Joseph:AJ_20.239 have related some where, Simon his brother took the high
Joseph:BJ_* 01.49-51 * afterward driven away by Simon, who was Jonathan's brother
Joseph:BJ_01.54 leucus]. [54] This Simon also had a plot laid against him,
Joseph:BJ_01.61 hat he had suffered from Simon, that he made an expedition

  Simon 4   - an enemy of the high priest Onias III
175/7 Onias visits Seleucus to seek his support against his rival Simon.
    Within translations:
2Macc_3 But a man named Simon, of the tribe of Benjamin, who
2Macc_4 The previously mentioned Simon, who had informed about the
4Macc_4 these things, he praised Simon for his service to the king
ChronPasc_436 owry. [Ol. 148.4] Simon, the supervisor of the temple at
Hieron:Chron_1833 833] [1830 in Ar.] Simon, who was in charge of the temple

  Simon 5   - one of the Jews who translated the bible into Greek, 3rd century B.C.
Aristeas_47 cond tribe, Judas, Simon, Samuel, Adaeus, Mattathias, Esch
Aristeas_49 Jacob, Jesus, [49] Sabbataeus, Simon, Levi. Of the sixth

  Simon 6   - son of Dositheus; a Jewish ambassador, 2nd century B.C.
Joseph:AJ_13.260 the people of the Jews Simon, the son of Dositheus, and

  Simon 7   - son of Boethus; Jewish high priest from 23 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
Joseph:AJ_15.320   [320]   There was one Simon, a citizen of Jerusalem, the

  Simon 8   - a courtesan, 3rd century B.C.
Callim:Epigr_39 gifts to Aphrodite did Simŏn, the light o' love,

  Simon   - in documents
Crinag_6.261 & { G-P 5 } & Son of Simon, since this is your birthda
Lucill_11.115 blinds men, but call on Simon and you will see what a god
Nicarch_9.330 t-footed Pan, whom Simon put up by the clear waters of the
OGIS_59 (163)   ios son of Koiranos   Simon son of Alki... Mou
OGIS_771 (196/5)   hmonon], the son of Simon, [and the other president
Syll_322 rypylos Histiaios son of Simon Timesianax son of Prota
Syll_542 (228/7-212/1)   thetes: Agathokles of . . . Simon of . . . Herakle
Syll_619 (after 188)   nomachos son of Simon Ainesios son of Anaxikrates T
THI_124 (c. 216)   m from Leukas - and Simon of Phokrea, the son of Eu

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