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  • He left Lysias, a nobleman of royal blood, in charge of the king's affairs from the Euphrates River to the frontier of Egypt, (1 Maccabees 3, 32)

  • Lysias was to send an army against them to crush and destroy the power of Israel and the remnant of Jerusalem and efface their memory from the land. (1 Maccabees 3, 35)

  • Lysias chose Ptolemy, son of Dorymenes, and Nicanor and Gorgias, capable men among the King's Friends, (1 Maccabees 3, 38)

  • But those of the foreigners who had escaped went and told Lysias all that had occurred. (1 Maccabees 4, 26)

  • Then they engaged in battle, and about five thousand of Lysias' men fell in hand-to-hand fighting. (1 Maccabees 4, 34)

  • When Lysias saw his ranks beginning to give way, and the increased boldness of Judas, whose men were ready either to live or to die bravely, he withdrew to Antioch and began to recruit mercenaries so as to return to Judea with greater numbers. (1 Maccabees 4, 35)

  • that Lysias had gone at first with a strong army and been driven back by the Israelites; that they had grown strong by reason of the arms, men, and abundant possessions taken from the armies they had destroyed; (1 Maccabees 6, 6)

  • When Lysias learned that the king was dead, he set up the king's son Antiochus, whom he had reared as a child, to be king in his place; and he gave him the title Eupator. (1 Maccabees 6, 17)

  • Lysias heard that Philip, whom King Antiochus, before his death, had appointed to train his son Antiochus to be king, (1 Maccabees 6, 55)

  • As he was preparing to enter the royal palace of his ancestors, the soldiers seized Antiochus and Lysias to bring them to him. (1 Maccabees 7, 2)

  • When Eupator succeeded to the kingdom, he put a certain Lysias in charge of the government as commander-in-chief of Coelesyria and Phoenicia. (2 Maccabees 10, 11)

  • Very soon afterward, Lysias, guardian and kinsman of the king and head of the government, being greatly displeased at what had happened, (2 Maccabees 11, 1)

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