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A martyr mentioned in the letter to the church in Pergamum in Revelation (Rev 2:13). This “faithful witness” was one of the church’s early martyrs (before ad 100).
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ANTIPAS (PERSON) [Gk Antipas (Ἀντιπας)]. An abbreviated form of the name Antipatros (Antipater).1. A martyr of the Church in Pergamum, described as Christ’s faithful witness (Rev 2:13); the same description is given to Christ himself (Rev 1:5). Legend among later hagiographers (e.g., Simon Metaphrastes
Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
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Tyndale Bible Dictionary
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The Wycliffe Bible Encyclopedia
ANTIPAS. A contraction of Antipater.1. While this was the name of the father of Herod the Great (Jos. Ant. xiv. 1.3–4), it was best known as the name of one of the several sons of Herod the Great. He was the son of the Herod and Malthace, and the brother of Archelaus (Mt 2:22) and Philip, known as Herod
The New Bible Dictionary, Third Edition
Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
Antipas (Gk. Antipás)1. Herod Antipas, son of Herod the Great and Malthace. He was the tetrarch of Galilee who had John the Baptist imprisoned and beheaded (Matt. 14:1–11 = Mark 6:14–28) and who mocked Jesus at his trial (Luke 23:7–11).See Herod (Family) 11.2. A Christian at Pergamum who was martyred
Eerdmans Bible Dictionary
Antipas [ănˊtə pəs] (Gk. Antipas, abbreviation of Antipatros “instead of his father”).
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