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  • ...th his Arab-Edomite blood and his Hellenistic tendencies. His father was [[Antipater the Idumaean]] and his mother was Cypros, an Arab princess from Petra in [[ ...ater in turn appointed Herod governor of the [[Galilee]] at the age of 25. Antipater was murdered by poison in 43 <small>B.C.E.</small>, and this event may have
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  • at:48 text:Pompey murdered (48 B.C.E.); Hyrcanus and~[[Antipater]] aid [[Julius Caesar]] at Alexandria ...d [[Ethnarch]], although effective power was in the hands of his adviser [[Antipater the Idumaean]].
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  • ...emosthenes took his own life, in order to avoid being arrested by Archias, Antipater's confidante. ...a.org/sol-bin/search.pl?login=guest&enlogin=guest&db=REAL&field=adlerhw_gr&searchstr=Iota,620 Isaeus]. ''stoa.org''. </ref> According to Sir Richard C. Jebb,
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  • ...o had been forcibly converted to Judaism under John Hyrcanus.</ref> Later, Antipater's sons governed the northern and southern districts of the former territory *[http://jewishencyclopedia.com/view.jsp?artid=252&letter=P&search=Pharisees Jewish Encyclopedia: Pharisees]. ''jewishencyclopedia.com''.
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  • ...as considered to be such an aesthetic triumph that the ancient historian [[Antipater of Sidon]] identified it as one of his [[Seven Wonders of the Ancient World ... building next to the site of the mausoleum one finds a different story. Research done by [[Archaeology|archaeologists]] in the 1960s shows that long before
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