2 edition of Studies in the coinage of Antiochus IV of Syria. found in the catalog.
Studies in the coinage of Antiochus IV of Syria.
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Daniel , describing the persecution of the Jews under Antiochus IV, relates to in that Antiochus is a type of the Antichrist who is to come. Just as Antiochus persecuted the Jews and magnified himself as God, so will the Antichrist. THE REIGN OF THE SELEUCUS/ANTIOCHUS KINGS This is a chart of one of Alexander the Great's generals and his lineage. It is the line of Greek kings who reigned over the area from India to the Egyptain border. I've supplied the ki ng ' s title, his given family name, and the.
("the Illustrious"): King of Syria reigned from B.C. died He was a son of Antiochus the Great, and, after the murder of his brother Seleucus, took possession of the Syrian throne which rightly belonged to his nephew Demetrius. This Antiochus is styled in rabbinical sources, "the wicked." Abundant information is extant concerning the. Abudarham, a Spanish teacher of the fourteenth century, traces the hafṭarah back to the time of the persecution under Antiochus IV., Epiphanes ( B.C.), when, owing to the prohibition resemblance to each other in their content, as is the case with those for most feast-days, those for the four Sabbaths before the Feast of Passover, etc.
Studies Coinage of Antiochus IV Of Syria by Otto Morkholm. $ $ shipping. Watch. Antiochus III BC ancient Greek Seleucid Coin apollo tripod Greek VG treasure. $ Composition: Bronze. Free shipping. Year: BC. or Best Offer. Watch. Syria Commangene Antiochus IV A.D., AE 25, gr. $ Below is E.R. Bevan’s account of the campaign of Antiochus IV in Egypt ANTIOCHUS IV AND THE CONQUEST OF EGYPT Bevan, Edwyn Robert, THE HOUSE OF SELEUCUS, Vol II Edward Arnold, London.
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A Posthumous Issue of Antiochus IV of Syria OTTO M0RKHOLM [plate 9] Dedicated to the memory of Colin Kraay Through the appearance of a new Seleucid bronze coin (described below) an old numismatic puzzle can now be solved.
The puzzle concerns a bronze coin in the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, of the following description: Obv. Studies in the Coinage of Antiochus IV of Syria Paperback – 1 Jan. by Otto Morkholm (Author)Author: Otto Morkholm.
Antiochus himself retired first to Sparta and then to Rome, where he passed the remainder of his life with his sons Epiphanes and Callinicus and was treated with great respect. Among the grandchildren of Antiochus and Iotapa was the prominent Athenian citizen Philopappos who lived in Greece between the 1st and 2nd centuries.
CoinagePredecessor: Antiochus III. BRONZE COINS OF ANTIOCHUS IV OF MALLUS1 Arthur Houghton It is a particular pleasure to revisit in this note the mint ofMallus in Cilicia Pedias, which was the subject ofthis author's first article in honor ofLeo Mildenberg some ten years ago.
Since that early article on Mallus' coinage, which listed a single tetradrachm ofDemetrius I as this city's first Seleucid issue, several bronze units. Desecration of the Temple: In B.C., Antiochus IV "Epiphanes," following a humiliating defeat against the Egyptian forces of the Ptolemies in Egypt, reacted against Jewish unrest and invaded the temple precinct, installing a statute of Zeus and sacrificing a pig on the altar.
Antiochus IV Epiphanes, (Greek: “God Manifest”) Seleucid king of the Hellenistic Syrian kingdom who reigned from to bc. As a ruler he was best known for his encouragement of Greek culture and institutions.
His attempts to suppress Judaism brought on the Wars of the Maccabees. Antiochus IV Epiphanes Coin. Antiochus IV ( BC), was the 8th ruler of the Seleucid empire.
He gave himself the surname "Epiphanes" which means "the visible god" (that he and Jupiter were identical). He acted as though he really were Jupiter and the people called him "Epimanes" meaning "the madman".
Antiochus’ personal piety alone in an insufficient explanation for the Zeus-Nike images placed upon Seleucid coinage issued during his reign. It was a multifaceted piece of propaganda. The Emperor Antiochus was a divine or semi-divine being. The new view, casts Antiochus IV as a type of the Antichrist in versesand then suddenly as a type of the Antichrist’s greatest enemy in verses This view also takes the flow of the entire chapter, wherein the King of the North and the King of the South are historical enemies, in versesand suddenly casts them as allies in.
The war between Antiochus III and the Romans had been decided in Asia Minor and it was in Asia Minor, almost exclusively, that territory changed hands.
The territories Eumenes and Rhodes received were unequivocally a gift, which implied an expectation that both powers would act as guarantors of the new order and that both would prevent any.
Antiochus IV Epiphanes was the son of Antiochus III and he ruled the Seleucid Empire from B.C. to B.C. which is where he appears on the World History Timeline. His birth name was Mithridates, but he changed his name to Antiochus III Epiphanes once he took over the throne.
The aim of the paper is to analyse the king Antiochus IV Epiphanes actions in Jerusalem and his supposed involvement in the Jewish State. The widespread opinion about irrational aspects of the.
By this time, there was an open struggle in Jerusalem between those who favored and those who opposed the Hellenists. Tensions became especially critical after Antiochus IV came to the throne in BCE. Antiochus took advantage of the turmoil and added to his coffers by selling the office of High Priest to the highest bidder.
Entry for 'Antiochus iv., Epiphanes' - The Jewish Encyclopedia - One of 8 Bible encyclopedias freely available, this encyclopedia is a descriptive record of the history, religion and customs of.
Antiochus IV Epiphanes, Seleukid kingdom, BC. AR Drachm. Ekbatana mint. Diademed head right / BAσIλEωσ ANTIOXOY, Apollo seated left on omphalos, nude but for slight drapery on right thigh, holding arrow in right hand, left hand resting on bow; δI.
In BCE, Syria rose in revolt against the hated regime of Demetrius II (see Part III, above). His wife, Cleopatra Thea, put a young son on the throne, seeking popular favor. The identity of the child and his fate are disputed; Seleucid royals were often named “Antiochus”, Author: Mike Markowitz.
Antiochus IV conspired and killed the minor co-ruler, Antiochus, and proclaimed himself the monarch in BCE. Immediately after Antiochus ascended the throne, the Egyptians loyal to King Ptolemy VI Philometor wanted to reannex Coele-Syria.Antiochus Epiphanes was a Greek tryant of the 2nd century B.C.
He was a vicious enemy of the Jewish people, outlawing Judaism and descrating the sacred Hebrew temple.
In an amazing display of prophetic revelation, Daniel the prophet, several centuries earlier, had detailed some of the exploits of this political monster. Jason Jackson discusses some of Daniel's stunning predictions in this.Book 1 / Chapter 1; Share Tweet Save.
Chapter 2 1. AT the same time that Antiochus, who was called Epiphanes, had a quarrel with the sixth Ptolemy about his right to the whole country of Syria, a great sedition fell among the men of power in Judea, and they had a contention about obtaining the government; while each of those that were of.