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The surname given to Antiochus V, who succeeded his father Antiochus IV Epiphanes as Seleucid king in 163 bc (1 Macc 6:17). The name means “having a noble father.”
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Eupator ūʹpə-tor [Gk. Eupatōr—‘of noble father’]. The name given to Antiochus V (1 Macc. 3:32; 6:17). Epiphanes had appointed his friend and foster brother Philip as his son’s guardian; but in Philip’s absence Lysias continued his duty as guardian, set the king upon the throne, and named him Eupator
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EUPATOR, ūʹpa-tor (Εὐπάτωρ, Eupátuōr, “of noble father”): The name given to Antiochus V who had succeeded his father Antiochus IV (Epiphanes), 164 BC, while still a child under the guardianship of Lysias (1 Macc 3:32; 6:17). In the absence of Philip, a friend and foster-brother of the child’s father,
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