People/Characters: John Hyrcanus I

Works (8)

The Apocrypha by Edgar J. Goodspeed
From Ezra to the Last of the Maccabees (Foundations of Post-Biblical Judaism) by E. J. Bickerman
The Hellenistic age : political history of Jewish Palestine from 332 B.C.E. to 67 B.C.E. by Abraham Schalit
II Maccabees : a new translation with introduction and commentary by Jonathan A. Goldstein
Jewish Antiquities, Books 12-14 by Josephus
I Maccabees : a new translation, with introduction and commentary by Jonathan A. Goldstein
The rise and fall of the Judaean state; a political, social and religious history of the Second Commonwealth by Solomon Zeitlin
Who Killed Jesus?: Exposing the Roots of Anti-Semitism in the Gospel Story of the Death of Jesus by John Dominic Crossan

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John Hyrcanus I (died 104 B.C.E.). The third High Priest of the Hasmonean family, and the second of the independent Maccabean princes. He was the son of Simon, the brother of Judas Maccabaeus. When Simon was murdered in 134, Hyrcanus, his only surviving son, became ruler of the Jews. Early in his career, he had some trouble with the Seleucids, but soon re-established his independence. When he died in 104, his son Aristobulus (I) succeeded to a strong and independent theocratic state.

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