Trouvé 156 Résultats pour: John

  • About then, Mattathias son of John, son of Simeon, a priest of the line of Joarib, left Jerusalem and settled in Modein. (1 Maccabees 2, 1)




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

  • Having chosen Eupolemus son of John, of the family of Accos, and Jason son of Eleazar, Judas sent them to Rome to make a treaty of friendship and alliance with these people, (1 Maccabees 8, 17)

  • The sons of Amrai, however, those of Medeba, intercepted them, captured John and everything he had and made off with their prize. (1 Maccabees 9, 36)

  • Remembering the bloody end of their brother John, they went up and hid under cover of the mountain. (1 Maccabees 9, 38)

  • Since his son John had come to manhood, Simon appointed him general-in-chief, with his residence in Gezer. (1 Maccabees 13, 53)

  • John then went up from Gezer and reported to his father Simon what Cendebaeus was busy doing. (1 Maccabees 16, 1)




  • At this, Simon summoned his two elder sons, Judas and John, and said to them, 'My brothers and I, and my father's House, have fought the enemies of Israel from our youth until today, and many a time we have been successful in rescuing Israel. (1 Maccabees 16, 2)

  • John drew up facing them, he and his army and, seeing that the men were afraid to cross the stream-bed, crossed over first himself. When his men saw this, they too crossed after him. (1 Maccabees 16, 6)

  • Then it was that Judas, John's brother, was wounded, but John pursued them until Cendebaeus reached Kedron, which he had rebuilt. (1 Maccabees 16, 9)

  • Their flight took them as far as the towers in the countryside of Azotus, and John burnt these down. The enemy losses amounted to ten thousand men; John returned safely to Judaea. (1 Maccabees 16, 10)

  • He also sent people to Gezer to murder John, and sent written orders to the military commanders to come to him so that he could give them silver, gold and presents; (1 Maccabees 16, 19)




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