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  • He had five sons: John, known as Gaddi, (1 Maccabees 2, 2)

  • So Judas sent Eupolemus the son of John, and Jason the son of Eleazar to Rome, entrusting them with the mission to make a covenant of friendship with the Romans. (1 Maccabees 8, 17)

  • Jonathan had sent his brother John, representative of the people, to ask their friends the Nabatean to store for them their large amount of baggage. (1 Maccabees 9, 35)

  • But the tribe of Yambri and the people of Medeba captured John and took all he had with him, then departed with the booty. (1 Maccabees 9, 36)

  • Both remembered the murder of their brother John, so they went up and hid under cover of the mountain. (1 Maccabees 9, 38)

  • John, son of Simon, had come to manhood, so his father appointed him general in command of all the troops, and John lived in Gazara. (1 Maccabees 13, 53)

  • At that time, John went up from Gazara to relate to his father what Cendebeus was doing. (1 Maccabees 16, 1)

  • So, Simon called his two elder sons, John and Judas, and said to them: "I and my brothers and the family of my father have fought the enemies of Israel from our youth until today. And many times, we were able to liberate Israel. (1 Maccabees 16, 2)

  • and John with his troops drew up against the enemies. His troops were afraid to cross the stream, so he crossed over first. On seeing this, his men crossed after him. (1 Maccabees 16, 6)

  • Judas, the brother of John, fell wounded, but John pursued the enemies until Cendebeus reached Kedron which he had fortified. (1 Maccabees 16, 9)

  • The enemy fled as far as the towers in the fields of Azotus, but John burned these down. About two thousand of the enemy perished. And after this, John returned safely to Judea. (1 Maccabees 16, 10)

  • He also sent other men to Gazara in order to kill John, and asked the commanders of the Jewish troops in a letter to defect to him, promising them silver, gold and gifts. (1 Maccabees 16, 19)

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